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Teaching Assistant

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time - term time plus specified days
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
19/12/2018 12:00
£21,074 - £23,111 (pro rata)
Hours per week:
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Employment Location:
Kyloe House - Morpeth
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Job details 

Closing date:
19 Dec

Further information

To apply for this job you must be at least 21 years old. The Children’s Homes National Minimum Standards states: “All care staff are at least 18 years old, and staff who are given sole responsibility for children or a management role are at least 21 years old. Within this requirement no person works in a children’s home unless they are at least four years older than the oldest child accommodated.” (Standard 17.11

Kyloe House School is an inspiring learning environment that provides a caring community where everyone is encouraged and supported to achieve their goals. Our young people are keen to learn, and want to achieve their best.
The education provision is based within a secure children’s home in Northumberland. The service provides accommodation for 12 young people who are supported by a highly trained, dedicated team of social care managers, staff and teachers including healthcare practitioners.

As we strengthen our core support team we are looking to appoint a dedicated and caring Higher Level Teaching Assistant. We are looking for an individual who can advance pupils’ learning in a range of classroom settings, including working with individual pupils or groups and whole classes where the assigned teacher is not present. In liaison with the class teacher, activities will involve planning, preparing and delivering lessons as well as monitoring pupils, assessing, recording and reporting on pupils’ achievement, progress and development.
You will need to be highly motivated to the care and outcomes for young people, have experience of working with children to support their learning and ideally will have HLTA status (or be willing to complete within an agreed timescale).

An inclusive school where we collaborate share and support each other to make sure all young people achieve their very best.
Happy, enthusiastic learners who will make you proud to work in education.
A school with exciting and attractive learning environments.
A leadership team who welcome fresh ideas, traditional values and a sense of fun.
Well supported teachers and care staff team who are committed to driving high standards.

Emotional resilience to work with young people in a secure children’s home
Able to meet requirements of CALM

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