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Have you got experience working as a Primary Teaching Assistant or are looking for a rewarding job within a local School?

Are you available to work full-time in ? If yes, Teaching Personnel could have the perfect job role for you!

Who are Teaching Personnel?

We are the UK's Largest Education Recruitment Agency, with dedicated Branches supporting local SEN, Primary and Secondary Schools. This is our 21st year of supporting Schools and we are rapidly expanding, with over 10,000 candidates out working each week! With a range of short term, medium and long term positions available, you can have a pick of vacancies! From Day to Day cover, with no planning and marking involved, to Long Term vacancies leading to a permanent contract, Teaching Personnel ensure you are paid fairly according to the job you are doing and on time, each week!

Job Title: Teacher

Teacher Job Purpose:

Creates and delivers engaging lessons to diverse groups of students at all levels. Promotes enthusiasm for learning and for subjects. Adheres to national curriculum standards. Collects and reports on correct and detailed records of student performance. Maintains classroom order.

Teacher Job Duties:

  • Develops lesson plans which meet established school and national curriculum models
  • Adapts and reassesses lesson plans to meet specific student needs, comply with newly implemented guidelines or rules, and to update relevant information and include new developments in education
  • Manages the diverse ability levels of students
  • Adapts curriculum to fit student needs while maintaining overall class progress
  • Possesses and continually develops working knowledge of national curriculum programmes and frameworks
  • Assesses and records student development, while identifying problem areas and areas which need attention and improvement
  • Provides a safe, positive learning environment for students
  • Communicates with any and all other staff members who engage with students
  • Communicates with parents as per school guidelines on a regular basis, including presenting student progress reports and informing parents of requisite student discipline
  • Maintains order and discipline among students while promoting safety and compliance with school rules and guidelines
  • Attends occasional continuing education seminars
  • Attends and takes part in school meetings on curriculum, organisation, and guidelines

Minimum Requirements

- Previous experience working in a similar School setting, or evidence of strong Behaviour Management

- A passion and enthusiasm to see pupils achieve

- Dedication to the needs of all your pupils, working with other staff members to offer emotional and academic support

A Child Only DBS on the Update Service, or one done through Teaching Personnel

Benefits of working with Teaching Personnel

- You will be rewarded for your efforts with competitive and fair rates of pay, from £110 to £140 per day

- Online timesheet approval for Schools, meaning no paper timesheets!

- SMS and E-Mail booking confirmations

- Access to our exclusive CPD Academy, with courses such as Child Psychology and Autism Awareness available online

- Recommend a Friend bonus scheme with £50 for every successful application*

- A dedicated Consultant who will seek out your ideal job role

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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