Teaching Assistant required to work with small groups of Key Stage 4 Students in an Alternative Provision. With excellent support from leadership, you will be responsible for providing classroom based support to small groups of students who are no longer in mainstream education. A calm and empathetic approach is required, alongside good behaviour management. In this environment you will be working with particularly challenging behaviour, so prior experience within Alternative Provisions or Residential Homes is desired.
As a Teaching Assistant you will be providing both academic and social support to students, with the goal to get them reengaged with education and back into mainstream schools.
Ideally you will be:
- An experienced Teaching Assistant or Learning Mentor
- A confident classroom practitioner able to support lessons in a creative and inspiring manner
- Used to finding creative solutions to overcome barriers to learning
- Encouraging participation in lessons
- Happy to work on a 1-2-1 or small group basis
- Able to provide support to teaching staff across core subjects
- A friendly, professional and dedicated Teaching Assistant
- Able to provide recent, relevant education references
In return you will enjoy:
- A rewarding working environment
- Long-term opportunity
- Plenty of support at school level
- Working as part of a fabulous team
- Being part of something that will enable you to make a real difference.
If this position is of interest to you, then send a copy of your CV to Harry.Chase @theeducationnetwork.co.uk or call us directly for a brief conversation in the first instance - 01214238000.
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