- Ideal for a Graduate
- Competitive rates of pay
- Immediate/September start
- Opportunity to develop and utilise mentoring skills
- Highly rewarding work with a chance to make a noticeable difference in a young people's lives
Teaching Assistant needed urgently in an exceptional North London Secondary school.
You will need to be able to manage behaviour effectively, multi task, express a proactive attitude and be adaptable for this Teaching Assistant post.
If appointed as a Teaching Assistant you primary responsibility will be to support SEMH pupils.
As a Teaching Assistant at the school, you will be a Mentor to pupils and develop their academic attainment, as well as their general wellbeing.
There will be times where you will be expected to support other groups of pupils in class, work 1:1 with different SEN students and also run intervention sessions too.
A background in Athletics or PE would be advantageous.
Due to the level of consistency and commitment required to effectively support the pupil, this Teaching Assistant role will be full time and long term.
The rates of pay for this Teaching Assistant role will be between £70 to £100 a day depending on the qualifications and experiences of each applicant.
An 'Outstanding' mixed all-through. The school was rated as 'Outstanding' in all areas in 2017.
Support from the parents of pupils confirms the SLT continue to actively improve on the schools successes.
The school operates a 3 year KS3, where all the core National Curriculum subjects are taught.
In KS4, all students do the EBacc core subjects, with the following options: Classics, Performing Arts, Music, Art, DT, Food Tech, PE and Computer Science.
Entry to the schools Sixth Form is dependent on 7 GCSE passes and the intention to achieve 3 or more A Levels.
Comments from Ofsted include but aren't limited to:
- "Teachers have excellent subject knowledge. Their enthusiasm for their subject is infectious, and this motivates pupils to want to achieve well."
- "The school's leaders have created a culture which is firmly underpinned by the school's values: 'Endeavour, enjoy and excel.'"
- "Teaching is very well plannedin order to meet the needs of different pupil groups, including the most able."
- "Pupils have a love of readingand are encouraged to read widely. This has had a positive impact on the quality of their written work and on their ability to communicate clearly in both written and spoken activities."
- "The early years provision offers a calm environmentin which children thrive."
- "Students are happy in the sixth form and feel safe. They told inspectors that they receive excellent support and guidance. They demonstrate positive attitudes towards their studies."
You can apply if you are a recent Graduate or experienced Teaching Assistant.
Applications are also welcome if you are a British trained Teaching Assistant or overseas trained Teaching Assistant.
All applicants must have the following in order to be considered for this position as a Teaching Assistant:
- Right to work in the UK
- Clear and up to date DBS
- UK Bachelor's Degree or an overseas equivalent
- Experience of working as a Teaching Assistant in UK schools
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity in education and training as a Teaching Assistant, then please apply via the link below and send your CV to Rahul at REESON Education as soon as possible.