Are you a Level 2 or 3 qualified early years assistant? Are you the type of person who can develop a positive and productive relationship with the class Teacher? Are you seeking a TA role in a general capacity to allow you the opportunity to work with the class and support individual development? Finally, do you have an understanding of the EYFS framework? If so then we would love to hear from you!
This academy is an all through primary and secondary academy split between two sites, they support pupils from Reception until Year 11, providing stability, family and community at the centre of their education. All pupils in all phases are encouraged to develop lively and enquiring minds, to be capable of independent thought and to appreciate those areas of knowledge and understanding which will nurture wisdom, enabling them to take responsibility for themselves and their actions. Academic excellence, respect and tolerance for others, resilience, self-discipline and self-confidence form the basis of our school’s philosophy. This school is situated on a main road with accessible parking and public transport routes.
They currently require a EYFS TA to support in their early years and reception class, Monday – Friday 8:30-3:30 term time.
As an EYFS TA you will be expected to Undertake programmes linked to local and national learning strategies e.g. literacy, Letters and sounds, Read Write Inc, numeracy, EYFS and progress and feedback to the teacher. Promoting pupil behaviour and participation will also be required as well as assisting with the development and implementation of Individual Education/Behaviour Plans and Personal Care programmes.
Preparation of resources and activities for whole class, small group and 1:1 support.
Provide feedback to pupils in relation to progress and achievement under guidance of the teacher.
Collaborate with classroom teacher to organise appropriate activities.
Liaise with other professionals such as Teacher’s, TA, specialist support staff.
Work closely with other LSAs and support staff.
Work with classes, small groups and with children on a one to one basis.
Monitor and track the development of the pupil In question and support personal development and confidence.
Experience of working with young people.
Be comfortable and confident in managing challenging behaviours.
Ability to engage with, and build rapport with young people.
Be creative, proactive and flexible in their supporting style.
Have experience with SEN or knowledge learning difficulties.
Public Transport near by.
Competitive daily pay rate.
Support from an exciting network of Primary Schools.
Access to free CPD.
Support from your dedicated consultant who specialises in Primary Education.
CV and application support.
Refer a friend Scheme with a reward of £300 love 3 shop vouchers.
Randstad is committed to the safety of young children; therefore all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.
Apply today to start your career in teaching with the support of Randstad Education and the Primary Schools. We are able to provide you with a network of opportunities in the local Primary Schools and access to CPD events.
Please contact Kara via email to discuss opportunities.
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