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Apprentice Teaching Assistant (Id:98220)

  • Location: Potterspury
  • Salary: 7020
  • Level: 3
26/04/2019 Paragon Skills Potterspury NN127PG

Apprentice Teaching Assistant (Id:98220)

  • Sector: retail
  • Location: Potterspury
  • Salary: 7020
  • Level: 3
Apprentice Teaching Assistant (Id:98220)
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Employer: John Hellins Primary School

Location: Potterspury

Wage: £135.00 Per Week

Hours: 30.00 Per Week

Vacancy Description

An excellent opportunity to get into the world of teaching!

Your role as Apprentice Teaching Assistant will see you: 1. Working in the environment

Providing personal and welfare care.

Assist with the planning, development and implementation

of pupil education / behaviour plans and personal care

programmes both in the classroom and at playtimes to

ensure that the school’s health, safety and

behaviour polices are maintained.

Supporting pupils in the learning environment

Supervise and support pupils in the learning environment

including more in depth support for those with special

needs, to promote independence, inclusion, acceptance and

equality of access to learning opportunities for all pupils

Assist pupils within the class, individually or in small groups

(and sometimes outside the main classroom) in the

completion and adjustment of a wider range of pre-defined

learning, care and support activities to meet the

requirements of pupils and the curriculum (for example

literacy, numeracy, ICT). Provide effective 1:1 support for

pupils with additional needs.

Providing clerical and other support

Provide clerical and other support to meet service delivery

requirements (for example photocopying, typing, filing).

Support teaching staff and pupils on visits, trips and out of

school activities as required and take responsibility for a

group of pupils under the supervision of the teacher to meet

service delivery requirements. Administer routine tests,

invigilate exams and undertake routine marking of pupils’

work to meet requirements of pupils and the curriculum.

Preparing and maintaining the classroom environment and

resources

Create and maintain a purposeful, orderly and supportive

environment in accordance with lesson plans and assist with

the display of pupils’ work to support predefined learning

activities to meet the needs of pupils and the curriculum

Prepare, maintain and use equipment and resources

required to meet lesson plans / learning activities to meet

the needs of pupils and the curriculum.

2. Working with people

Developing the team

Participate in meetings, team development activities and

assist less experienced colleagues when appropriate, to

support the achievement of individual and team

performance and development objectives

Building professional relationships

Build and maintain positive and constructive working

relationships with pupils, parents, carers and colleagues to

maximise pupils’ development and maintain the overall

ethos of the school.

3. Working with resources

Monitoring levels and ordering of resources

Monitor resource levels and contribute to the resource

ordering process to ensure the timely availability of

resources to meet the requirements of the curriculum.

Maintain an awareness of the importance of the appropriate

use of resources to minimise waste and maximise the

effectiveness of financial resources.4. Working with information

Reviewing pupils performance

Monitor, feedback, record and report on pupil progress,

including feedback to pupils, and participate in the

completion of pupil profiles and records of attainment to

maximise pupil development

Qualifications Required

GCSE’s passes are preferred but not essential as Functional Skills in Maths and English will be completed.

Skills Required

  • A good standard of education particularly in English and

Mathematics

  • Knowledge of the legal and organisational requirements for

maintaining the health, safety and security of yourself and

others in the learning environment

  • Knowledge of SEN Code of Practice
  • Knowledge of the EYFS Curriculum
  • Knowledge and understanding of ADHD
  • Knowledge of strategies to recognise and

reward efforts and achievements towards self reliance that

are appropriate to the age and development stage of the

pupils

  • Ability to consistently and effectively implement agreed

behaviour management strategies

  • Ability to use language and other

communication skills that pupils can understand and relate

to

Duration
18 months

Training Provided

PARAGON SKILLS have the ENERGY & EXPERIENCE to give you the EDGE in kick starting your career. Our Learning and Development Coaches will deliver outstanding teaching and learning to help ENERGISE you to complete your apprenticeship training and leave you confident to EXECUTE tasks to the highest standard.

Paragon will provide the training for this apprenticeship within your company’s site therefore there is no need for you to attend an outside training facility at any time.f

On completion of this apprenticeship you will receive:

?Diploma Level 3 in Teaching & Learning

?Functional Skills in Maths, English & ICT Employment (if required)

?Rights & Responsibilities

?Personal Learning & Thinking Skills.

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