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Nursery Assistant -Early Years Educator Apprentice Level 2 - Mickley School

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
10/05/2018
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 22/05/2018 10:28
Salary:
£3.70 per hour (National Apprentice minimum wage)
Job Category:
Schools - Support
Vacancy ID:
175209
Employment Location:
Mickley First School, Stocksfield

Job details 

Closing date:
22 May


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This job is closed for applications.

Further information

To support and assist teachers as part of a professional team to contribute to raising standards of pupil’s achievement and to undertake a range of learning activities under the profession, direction and supervision of qualified teachers and /or senior colleagues, in line with school’s policies and procedures.
Support for the Teacher

Assisting in the preparation and reproduction of learning materials and the management of resources.
Assisting in the deployment and setting up of equipment and resources and making them ready for use in order to organise the teaching environment.
Overseeing the care and cleanliness of the teaching environment, equipment, apparatus and materials.
Assisting in the preparation of display materials and the copying and duplication of teaching materials.
Supporting teaching staff or senior colleagues with routine administration ie. filing reports, distributing leaflets and reports.
Contributing to the assessment of pupils' progress and development as directed by the teacher through observations, basic record-keeping and discussion with the teacher (for example contributing evidence to the planning and production of observations).
Support for the Pupil

Supervising the use of equipment as required to maintain pupils' needs, and support their participation in learning tasks and activities.
Assisting in ensuring that the length of time spent on tasks and activities is consistent with the individual pupil's needs and according to instructions.
Assisting pupils to carry out programmes set by teaching staff.
Assisting individual pupils or small groups of pupils in classroom activities under the specific direction of the teacher and/or other support staff.
Supporting all pupils included in a mainstream setting, support base, home base or special school, or any other learning environment as appropriate.
Maintaining awareness of pupils' needs and targets.
Assisting with distressed children under the general direction of teaching staff or other members of the support staff.
Assisting in the provision of activities for the fullest development of the pupils which may involve work outside the school base and in the local community.
Undertaking duties in connection with personal hygiene and welfare of pupils as directed by the teaching staff.
Having and applying a higher level of understanding of SEN, as determined by the SEN Code of Practice.
Support for the School

Assisting in maintaining a safe environment for pupils and staff.
Accompanying teachers and classes on educational visits as required.
Assisting in the supervision of pupils during the day and in the playgrounds/school grounds as required.
Assisting in ensuring that pupils adhere to the behaviour policy of the school and providing feedback to teaching staff and senior colleagues on the effectiveness of strategies used.
Contributing to preparing reports on pupils as appropriate.
Liaising with parents and other parties as required.
Contributing to the whole School’s Self Evaluation process.
General Requirements

Attending and participating in training and development activities as required.
Participating in professional development and review.
Attending meetings, liaising and communicating with colleagues in the school, outside agencies and other relevant bodies.
Being an effective role model for the standards of behaviour expected of pupils.
Having due regard to confidentiality, child protection procedures, health and safety, other statutory requirements and the policies of the governing body and the local education authority.

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