|Teaching Assistants - (2 posts)
Buckinghamshire Pay Range 1B £20,297 - £21,223 FTE depending on experience & qualifications.
30 hours pro rata: £13,956 - £14,593
22 hours pro rata: £10,235- £10,701
30 hours a week or 22 hours a week
|39 weeks per annum (38 term time weeks + 5 INSET days)
|16th February 2024
|March 2024- Pending satisfactory clearance of pre-employment checks
|Trustee Day (one well-being paid day off per year*), Wrap Around Child Care available to staff.
Week commencing 19th February 2024
Interviews may be offered prior to closing date, upon receipt of strong applications. Early applications are encouraged
- Able to demonstrate suitable experience and/or qualifications for working in our Academy.
- Child centred and put children’s best interests at the heart of all that you do.
- Highly motivated in supporting young children to make excellent progress.
- Able to respond appropriately to the wide ranging and sometimes complex needs of the pupils.
- A caring and patient individual.
- A strong team member who can foster positive relationships with pupils, staff parents & carers
- Flexible, adaptable and able to work on your own initiative.
Teaching Assistants, will work alongside teachers to support the educational, social and developmental needs of children. They will help enable children to achieve and be successful. Take ownership of, and support the shared responsibility for, the well-being, education and behaviour of children. As a Teaching Assistant you treat all pupils with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to the professional position. Successful candidates will be positively committed to shaping and changing the lives of children. This role involves being a strong team member and having the ability to work in partnership with all stakeholders.
- Supporting learning in class for small groups and 1 to 1 during and outside of teacher input
- Supporting pupils with additional needs with their specific learning goals, including those with social, emotional and mental health needs
- Helping children to develop both socially, emotionally and academically
- Supporting pupils with their reading, writing and maths.
- Providing verbal feedback to pupils, helping to move their learning on
- Promoting the inclusion of different cultures and life experiences
- Managing behaviour and routines within the academy behaviour policy
- Preparing resources and activities as necessary, supporting the teacher with administrative tasks such as changing reading books.
- Carrying out medical duties (training will be provided)
- Supporting children for part of lunch time
- Contributing to the safeguarding culture of the academy and ensuring children are safe in school
- Contributing to the Chepping View staff team effectively
The post-holder will be expected to carry out the following- please also refer to the attached
An up-to date understanding of the EYFS is very desirable but induction and training will be provided including First Aid and Child Protection.
This Job Description describes in general terms the normal duties which the post holder will be expected to undertake. However, the job or duties described may vary or be amended from time to time without changing the level of responsibility associated with the post.
The post-holder will be expected to carry out the following- please also refer to the attached Job Description:
- Teaching and learning
- Working collaboratively
- Health and welfare of children
- Break and lunchtime duties
Please refer to the attached document
To discuss the role further or to arrange a visit please contact our Co- Principal via email: email@example.com or telephone 01494 535 564
Application and Selection Process:
As part of the application process we invite applicants to complete the mynewterm application form, referring to the job description and person specification detailed above.
In compliance with Safer Recruitment guidelines, CV’s cannot be accepted and you will need to complete an online application form to be considered for this position
Deadline: 16th February 2024 12:00 pm
Interviews may be offered prior to the closing date, upon receipt of an exceptionally strong application.
For more information about our Academy please visit our website: https://www.cheppingviewprimaryacademy.org/Office/Job-Vacancies/
Candidates will be notified if they have been successful. Interviews may be offered prior to then, upon receipt of an exceptionally strong application.
Chepping View Primary Academy and the Inspiring Future’s Partnership Trust are committed to safeguarding children, promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Online searches will be completed prior to shortlisting and an enhanced DBS and qualifications check will be carried out upon appointment of all successful candidates
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