Teaching Assistant wanted to work with primary aged children at a Wolverhampton based Alternative Provision. This role is ideal for a Teaching Assistant who has worked with children that have been excluded from mainstream education. Working either on a 1-2-1 or class basis you will be supporting children in lessons and during break time.
This school has good facilities and aims to provide a second chance to children who are not suited to mainstream education. Leadership provide extensive support for Teaching staff and Teaching Assistants. Children require additional support, behaviour management and inspiration to take part in classes.
- Working as a Teaching Assistant for Key Stages 1 & 2
- Providing classroom-based support for the teacher
- Giving children the opportunity to express themselves
- Leading on activities in the classroom
Ideally, you will:
- Have experience working within an Alternative Provision
- Be resilient and determined to make a difference
- Have a good level of behaviour management
- Have an understanding of the KS 1 & 2 curriculum
- Understand the barriers that children face in education
This is a great opportunity for a Teaching Assistant that has worked with challenging behaviour in the past and is looking to continue their positive work. The school is based in Wolverhampton and is an easy commute via car or public transport from surrounding areas. For more information please apply now.
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