Teaching Assistant

Glendinning Academy, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 4HD

Deadline is tomorrow

  • Start date details

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    25 September 2022 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    14 September 2022

Job details

Key stages

Key stage 2, Key stage 3, Key stage 4

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term (25/07/2023)

Full-time equivalent salary

£19, 454.00 – £20,240.00 pro rata

Pay scale

C12 - C17

Additional allowances

C13 - C17 pro rata

Teaching Assistant job summary

We are looking to appoint an outstanding, dynamic Teaching Assistant. Our ideal candidate will have excellent teamwork and communication skills, boundless patience and resilience and the ability and enthusiasm to make a difference with pupils who have a range of SEND needs. For a full list of duties, please see the job description.

Work with Wave: What’s in it for you?

Pension Scheme

Employee Assistance Programme

Counselling

Occupational Health Services

Professional Development & Training

Salary depending on experience

Cycle to Work Scheme

Tech Scheme

Free Will Writing Benefit

Health & Wellbeing Champion

Company sick pay dependent on service

Free refreshments in workplaces

Wave Trust: What we believe and what we do Who We Are

Wave are an established and successful Multi Academy Trust, comprising of Alternative Provision Academies (APAs), Medical Academies (including Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s child and adolescent mental health unit ‘Sowenna’) all rated Good/Outstanding by OFSTED and 2 Special Academies (including one in pre-opening).

We provide education for vulnerable pupils aged 4 – 19 across Devon, Cornwall and we are expanding to Somerset with our special free school. The Trust has a national reputation for the delivery of outstanding pupil outcomes including enabling pupils to access the most appropriate education setting and transition to employment, training and higher or further education. The Trust educates over 1000 pupils and employs over 350 members of staff.

We Aim To

  • Provide a balanced and broad curriculum that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
  • Give access to the National Curriculum; provide opportunities for external accreditation, and, for those pupils with specific learning difficulties, effective and personalised programmes.
  • Ensure all pupils are supported to develop positive attitudes towards themselves and others. Promoting emotional well-being and self-esteem; helping our pupils to recognise their potential and work positively within their community.
  • We will respect all pupils and encourage them to become active participants in their own learning, develop confidence, independence, self-esteem and express their needs and desires.
  • Seek effective and positive working relationships with pupils’ families, schools and other agencies.
  • Enable effective outcomes for our pupils.

Our Values

Evidence shows that the values we embody empower young people to succeed; these are the values we are looking for when we recruit new staff or work with new stakeholders.

BE POSITIVE

We value positivity, no matter what the circumstances. It is our intention to stay constructive, optimistic and confident both for and with our young people and their families.

HAVE EMPATHY

We are kind, we have empathy. We consider the consequences of our decisions, large and small on those around us.

SHOW RESPECT

We conduct ourselves in ways that earn the trust of those around us. We respect each other and those we work with.

WORK AS ONE TEAM

We depend on teamwork and the relationships we have. When we work together we are stronger. Together we will achieve more.

BE INCLUSIVE

Everybody is treated fairly and equally; no-one is marginalised or left behind. We are inclusive, we embrace the human spirit. We value diversity of people and thought.


Applying for the job

To apply please use our application form available on our website https://www.wavemat.org/vacancies and submit this along with the equal opportunities form here https://www.wavemat.org/vacancies/how-to-apply

For any general questions email recruitment@waveedu.org

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Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

About Glendinning Academy

School type
Free School, ages 7 to 19
School size
89 pupils enrolled
Age range
7 to 19

Glendinning Academy is a 120 place Special School for children aged from 7 to 19 with social interaction and communication needs including those on the Autism Spectrum. The academy opened in 2019 and will have grown to 120 pupils and associated staff by Sep 2022.

Pupils have Education, Health and Care Plans with primary needs of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) or Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN).

Glendinning Academy provides a personalised supportive environment. Pupils have opportunities to use outdoor learning to access the National Curriculum, developing communication, interaction, social and emotional skills. Working in partnership with pupils, and their parents/carers the academy supports pupils academically and in their journey to independence. These partnerships play a vital role in ensuring pupils enjoy, succeed and achieve.

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