Intervention teaching assistant – Randstad Education – Blackpool

Randstad Education

Do you have a great understanding of the KS1/2 curriculum? Do you have prior experience of supporting pupil development and attainment with Maths and English? Are you familiar with SPAG, writing interventions or arithmetic interventions? Are you motivated by the success and development of pupils? Would a part time role suit you? If so, then you may be the candidate we are looking for?

Our client is a Blackpool (FY1) based Academy with new build facilities, local parking and 360 pupils on roll, their curriculum is tailored to ensure it meets all needs, placing emphasis on growth, possibility and community. This client is situated in central Blackpool and accessible via public transport routes. Our client aims to give all children a wide range of experiences to allow them to flourish throughout school life which includes the development of the key skills and knowledge they need to thrive throughout their educational journey. This is an inclusive and diverse school with a wide range of learning styles, needs and abilities.

Currently they require a Teacher or TA to deliver intervention sessions Monday – Friday 12:30-4 for 12 weeks February – May 2023, potentially until June.

Within these sessions you will need to cover English and maths skills, predominantly for Y6 children at the moment. This will include spelling, Grammar and punctuation with some writing interventions too and some arithmetic interventions also. There will be a mixture of groups of 3 and 1:1 tutoring. Due to the curriculum and subject knowledge required for this role the school is looking for a teacher. The hourly rate is negotiable but down to the decision of the school. Ideally you will need prior intervention/ catch up experience or a proven record of pupil development and attainment.

Key responsibilities:

Completing a start point assessment with the pupils.

Planning and tracking pupil progression.

Using school facilities and resource's with the ability to adapt content for pupils where needed.

Experience with differentiation.

Ability to cater and support a variety of learning styles.

Keeping up-to-date records of student's progression and learning.

Ensuring the safeguarding of all pupil's.

Upholding the School's Ethos and Values.

Benefits of working with Randstad:

Exclusive roles.

DBS and school application support.

A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles

Free career advice.

Online availability with an App-based booking system.

Support to edit and improve your CV.

Online Training.

Covid-19 online awareness training.

Benefit's of the role:

Competitive daily pay rates.

Weekly pay.

Flexible working week.

For the right person, supply cover can provide the opportunity to secure a long term role.

Working in a positive and supportive environment.

Working in a new school with new facilities.

Please note that candidates who do not meet the essential criteria for this role will not be considered

Essential requirements:

Relevant qualifications (PGCE, QTS etc.)

High knowledge of the EYFS/ KS1 national curriculum.

Classroom experience.

Two references from the last 5 years (1 must be a full child-based safeguarding reference)

Desired:

DBS on the update service. Randstad is committed to the safety of young children; therefore all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. If your DBS is not on the update service we can asist you in this.

Please contact Kara via email to discuss opportunities and we can arrange an online meeting to discuss work opportunities and get you ready for work!

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