Teaching Assistant – Level 2, G6 – Designated Pupil Support (32 hours per week)
£20,092 - £22,183 pro rata
Temporary – Maternity Cover
Start date: 7th June 2021 (or as soon as possible)
This temporary maternity contract presents a fantastic opportunity for you to experience our successful and happy village school. We are looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant to cover maternity leave, working on a 1:1 basis with a pupil with an Educational Health and Care Plan. The post is dependent on the designated pupil being on the school’s roll.
Applications from people with experience of supporting children with Special Educational Needs would be most welcome. Experience of working towards targets in an Educational Health and Care Plan would also be beneficial.
We are looking for an individual who:
- Has experience of working with children in EYFS
- Has excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills
- Will be able to work with outside agencies
- Is supportive of our Church School ethos
In return, we can offer:
- An attractive, nurturing and stimulating environment
- Welcoming and helpful colleagues
- A supportive Leadership Team and Governing Body
- A strong partnership with parents and the wider community
Visits to the school and a discussion with the Headteacher are warmly welcomed.
A job description, person specification and application form can be downloaded here. Alternatively please contact the school office on 01733 380280 or email email@example.com.
Please return completed application form and covering letter to Mr Nick Brompton, Headteacher, by 9.00am Tuesday 4th May. Applications may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews will take place during the week beginning 10th May.
Castor CofE Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and all posts are subject to satisfactory references and Enhanced DBS checks. Posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and do require a criminal records check. Applicants must be prepared to disclose any convictions they may have and any orders which have been made against them.