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Teaching Assistant for Oxford School!

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Behaviour Support Mentor - Oxford!

Teaching Personnel are looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant or Behaviour Support Mentor for employment in an established primary school in the outskirts of Oxford. The post is to start ASAP, with the possibility of becoming a permanent member of staff!

The school has high numbers of pupils from challenging behaviours such as ADHD, ASC and SEMH. You will work closely with your colleagues to create action plans for students across the Key Stage 3 & 4, taking an active role in implementing a programme that positively encourages pupils to overcome barriers to learning, improve their skills and ultimately raise engagement and attainment in school.

You will have strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate with families, carers and a multidisciplinary team of teaching staff, social workers and educational psychologists. You will need to be organised, patient and confident, with a sound understanding of the key issues currently affecting young people.

Minimal Requirements:

  • A child workforce DBS on the update service, or one completed through Teaching Personnel
  • Have UK QTS or the overseas equivalent and are confident with children with SEN
  • Be approachable and encourage to develop relationships with other staff members and the pupils
  • Previous experience with the SEN students is preferred, but we will consider newly qualified teachers for this role
  • Be able to provide 2 references covering 6 years
  • Ensuring all safety regulations are adhered to

Teaching Personnel will support your applications and our Specialist Recruitment Consultants will place you in the schools best suited for yourself. We provide additional training in order to give you the best career opportunities possible!

To register with Teaching Personnel and apply for the above role, please submit your CV and covering letter

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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