Behavioural Support TA Bury
- Support pupils on a one to one basis in an educational setting to raise attainment
- Competitive rates of pay
- Flexible roles including both part-time and full time positions available
Teaching Personnel currently have a number of job opportunities at one of our client schools in Bury. Our client is an ‘Outstanding’ Roman Catholic primary school that has easy travel routes via the M60 and there are many public transport links. The academy has visionary leadership from the Headteacher, a strong support system for its pupils which enables pupils to achieve far beyond national expectations both academically and with their own personal development.
The school currently has a small number of pupils that require a strong role model to enable them to integrate into school life as well as developing personally to go forward and achieve academically. Therefore, Teaching Personnel are currently seeking support assistants with a background in behaviour support to work on a flexible, one-to-one basis to support pupils in specific subject areas. Roles could also involve liaising with both other members of staff and parents, meaning a forward-thinking and calm approach to the role are imperative. The support department within the school has the potential to increase in size from September, meaning permanent roles could become available for the right candidates.
Teaching Personnel work in partnership with a variety of leading, nationally recognised CPD providers, such as National Association of SEN, National Autistic Society, Rush Miskin, Team Teach, Educare, Creative Education, St Patrick’s RC High School and Leeds Trinity University. These partners deliver an extensive range of career developing opportunities to you.
Accredited Team Teach, Understanding and Supporting Children and Adults on the Autism Spectrum, An Introduction to Special Educational Needs and Disability, Effective Adult Learning Support, Implications for Challenging Behaviour, Meeting the Emotional, Social and Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People, Differentiation, Data Handling, Assessment for Learning, Planning for Progression,