- Job role
- Teaching assistant
- Working pattern
- Part time
31.25 hrs p/w term time only (39 weeks) 8.30am - 3.00pm (Mon - Fri)
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £18,562 - £19,312
- Actual salary
- £13,467 - £14,011
An opportunity has arisen to join our team of Teaching Assistants, you will be responsible for providing assistance to the Teacher in supporting students one to one or in a small group, across a wide range of activities and learning. This will include supporting the Teacher by undertaking preparation of resources for the lessons/learning, maintenance and/or adaptation of resources, administration and completion of paperwork, contributing to the students’ development including their social and emotional well-being, providing general and specific assistance to students, under the direction and guidance of the teacher or independently in a one-to-one setting.
Working closely with the Teacher and Special Educational Needs Coordinator, you will engage, encourage and support students on an individual or small group basis to understand instructions, complete activities, encouraging and developing independent learning and inclusion of all students to ensure progression and continuity. You will provide positive feedback and praise to students to reinforce and sustain students’ efforts and develop self-reliance and self-esteem, reporting problems to the teacher as appropriate in order that relevant support and guidance can be provided.
You will be a reliable and enthusiastic team player, able to build and develop positive relationships with the students and staff, with a commitment to providing a supportive learning environment.
As part of the University of Chichester Multi-Academy Trust you will have access to additional opportunities and benefits. You will find that each academy has a unique identity, but a shared belief in creating a positive and enriching environment, where all staff feel valued.
Applying for the job
Applicants should complete an Application Form and Equality Monitoring Form which can be downloaded from the school website www.oakmoor.hants.sch.uk or the Trust’s website www.unicat.org.uk/find-job and submit it, so that it is received no later than 9am on Monday 6 December 2021. Completed application forms can be sent to Oakmoor School, Budds Lane, Bordon, GU35 0JB or by email to email@example.com. Further information can be found in the Job Profile within the Recruitment Pack and we encourage you to visit our website. More on how to apply (opens in new tab)
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 666 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About Oakmoor School
Oakmoor School is a brand new, state of the art secondary school situated in a 22 acre tree lined site on the edge of the South Downs National Park.
We are a friendly, vibrant school with high standards and expectations. We pride ourselves on knowing every young person as an individual and challenging each of them to have the highest possible aspirations. The Oakmoor ethos is encapsulated by our motto: Ambition, Courage, Excellence.
Students at Oakmoor display excellent behaviour in lessons and around the school. Teachers plan highly engaging lessons tailored to the needs of our students allowing high levels of progress to be enjoyed. Students benefit from a wealth of extra-curricular activities, including trips and visits to enrich their experience at our school.
We benefit from cutting edge technology throughout the site and the latest specialist equipment for key areas such as science, technology and performing arts. Our main buildings surround a central court yard which includes covered areas for outside dining and seating areas outside of the learning resource centre for reading at break and lunch times.
There is an abundance of green spaces which include several sports pitches, an athletics track, a nurture garden and a forest school area for outside learning and activities. The whole site is bordered by mature trees providing a relaxing and inspirational backdrop to our inspirational learning environment.
We are a very successful school where high levels of respect and conduct prevail. Our success shows that when you couple high quality pastoral care with high standards and expectations, young people are able to flourish and to achieve their very best.