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Teaching Assistant Level 2

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time - term time plus specified days
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 20/01/2017 23:59
£18,358 - £20,135 Annually
Hours per week:
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
Marchbank Free School
Post Number:

Job details 

Closing date:
20 Jan

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This job is closed for applications.

Further information

Marchbank Free School is part of The Education Village Academy Trust family of schools. Established to cater for primary aged children with Social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties, the free school is situated in a beautiful red brick building in magnificent grounds in Darlington, but serving the North East region.

We are seeking to make the following temporary appointment:

We are looking for a teaching assistant to join our small team.
You must be a qualified and experienced teaching assistant.
You must have a genuine love of working with children, a desire to develop the whole child, a belief in supporting children to access the curriculum so that they can enjoy learning and an understanding of some of the difficulties children with recognised SEMH may have to endure.
You will be emotionally secure, resilient, have a great sense of humour and above all value the importance of working in a team.

The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate:

• How they will assist teachers in the management of the children
• How they are able to ensure the learning environments are equipped and prepared to allow lessons to run smoothly and teaching and learning to be maximised
• The ability to work under the guidance of teaching staff to undertake support programmes to enable all children can access learning
• A clear commitment towards raising standards and demonstrate high expectations to enable all learners to reach their potential;
• Excellent organisation skills with a commitment to professional development;
• A commitment to child protection procedures and policy and an understanding of safeguarding.
• Some knowledge and understanding of the SEMH student population, the difficulties they may face and how to help them achieve in school.

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