Hill Primary School and Nursery are looking to appoint a dedicated Teaching
Assistant to work within their Special Resource Provision (SRP). The school is committed to providing an inclusive community for all
learners and have a SRP class, in order to fully support children across both
Key Stage 1 & 2 with a diagnosis of Autism and Moderate Learning
This is a
Teaching Assistant role, working 8.30am – 3.30pm with a 30 minute lunch break,
where you will be working within both our SRP class and also supporting
individuals and small groups to access their mainstream provision. We are
really proud of our children and are certain that you would be too.
You will at
times be working in the main school supporting children in class, in small
groups and working 1:1 with children.
You would be joining our friendly, supportive and expert team at Birch
Hill Primary School and Nursery during an exciting time as we become part of
Maiden Erlegh Trust. We are a two-form entry school serving families in the
Birch Hill and Hanworth districts of Bracknell Forest.
The successful candidate will be hard working and committed, and will be
able to inspire, motivate and encourage children at all levels. We are looking
for a team player who can support both the children in their care and the
colleagues with whom they will be working with.
Our school, set in spacious grounds, offers a calm and purposeful
working atmosphere. Our staff are dedicated to do the very best for all our
pupils, regardless of any additional needs or various backgrounds. If you feel
you could join our inspiring workforce, then please apply.
We are looking for
the following skills and qualifications:
- NVQ Level 2 / CACHE Level 2
Certificate or equivalent
- NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in English
- Someone who is passionate about
making a difference and working with children with special needs.
- An experienced Teaching Assistant who
is confident in working with children who have a range of additional needs i.e.
ASD, Speech and language, sensory regulation and cognition and learning.
- Limitless patience and empathy; being
able to communicate clearly and build a trusting relationship with the children
you are supporting.
- Highly organised and adaptable; with
and a commitment to ensuring your actions meet the schools high-standards and
help us meet our strategic goals.
- A team player who has the ability to rise to challenges
successful candidate will be hard working and committed, and will be able to
inspire, motivate and encourage children at all levels.
wellbeing is a key focus of our school, we recognise that the job can be tough
at times, but we also value the rewards it brings. We are looking for a team
player who can support both the children in their care and the colleagues with
whom they will be working with.
feel you have what it takes and are ready to join our passionate team working
here, then we look forward to hearing from you. Please apply now!
more about our school, please visit our website
About the Trust
Maiden Erlegh Trust is committed
to developing a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative community of highly
effective schools that deliver excellent education opportunities for the
children and young people of the communities we serve. Through our work we will ensure that our children are equipped
with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to deal with the demands of an
ever-changing world. The Trust currently comprises eight schools in the
local area, with a variety of settings including primary, secondary, special
and a PRU. As a Trust, we encourage
professional development at all levels through the use of cross Trust networks
to share best practice and ideas. We also actively encourage the
promotion of staff to different roles within the Trust and to different
settings in line with their career aspirations. Click Work @ Maiden Erlegh Trust to find out more information about
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Further information about some of the staff
benefits that Maiden Erlegh Trust offers its employees, can be found on our
Staff Wellbeing is very important to us. As a staff member of Maiden Erlegh Trust
these are just some of the examples of how we show our appreciation to staff.
- We operate a system of ‘ME days’ allowing staff to request an
additional day off per year to attend special events such as children’s sports
days and graduations, family and friends' weddings.
- CPD is available for all staff at all levels.
- Free flu vaccinations are offered to all staff.
- Free eye tests are provided for eligible staff.
- Breakfast and lunch provided for staff regularly, including on many
INSET days and as a thank you throughout the year.
If you believe that
this is an environment where you can thrive, develop and substantially
contribute to an exciting future for our students, then you are encouraged to
explore further by contacting email@example.com for
a more detailed discussion, if required.
We are an equal
opportunities employer and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the
welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced
DBS check and satisfactory references.
If you would like to know more about this role, please contact the school directly.
are advised to apply as early as possible as the Trust reserves the right to
interview and appoint before the closing date.
Erlegh Trust is committed to safeguarding, equality and promoting the welfare
of children and staff. We are also committed to being ambitious for all and
supporting everyone to reach their full potential. All employees of the Trust
are expected to share these commitments. All posts require satisfactory
employment checks and references and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and
Barring Service check. All Leadership roles will require a Section 128 check.
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