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Year 4 teaching assistant

Job description

Teaching Personnel are currently recruiting on behalf of a school based in Southall.

Are you looking to work within an 'outstanding' Ofsted rated school?

Wish to support the learning of a variety of pupils?

Then look no further, a primary school based in Southall are looking to recruit a teaching assistant to support their year 4 class. This is a full time role, looking for an experienced teaching assistant.

The school:

The 'outstanding' school has come a long way from it's opening in 2004, progressing to a recognised outstanding school. It is a school that has evolved and transformed due to the strong management team, working closely with Ofsted, parents and the community. Based in the heart of Southall the school has a strong multicultural and diverse dynamic, enriching the lives of all students by teaching them the importance of acceptance. As an excellent school they are looking for strong members of staff to support the learning of all pupils.

The role:

The role involves working within their year 4 classes, providing a mixture of general classroom support and one to one support to pupils that require additional help. This will involve helping prepare the classroom, organising classroom activities and group work and providing intervention group sessions when necessary. Part of the day will involve providing one to one support to their lower ability students and those with mild special education needs. Students with SEN and lower ability needs will need dedicated one to one support, including helping them understand work and maintain their focus.

Ideal candidate:

  • A valid DBS, or willing to apply for one
  • At least one years classroom based experience
  • Worked with a range of pupils, including different abilities and special educational needs
  • A good knowledge of the national curriculum, enabling them to provide intervention support

If you would be interested in this role please contact Holly on 0208 982 3529 or send your CV

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.

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