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Level 2 Teaching Assistant

City of Wolverhampton Council
£23,114 - £23,893 pro rata
Closing date
17 Jul 2024

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rn0j2wKulPVHDwrtxFiznmrQlMOjvmH9s1ykjg1E.jpgLevel 2 Teaching Assistant 

Grade 3 (Point 4 to 6) £23,114 to £23,893 pro-rata

27.5 hours per week (Term time only), required asap.

Fixed term for 1 year (Possibility to extend dependant on funding)

Reference: L2TA-LOX202407

 We are seeking to point an enthusiastic, hardworking and committed Teaching Assistant to join our team.

As a 1:1 SEN Support Teaching Assistant you will:

  • Providing one to one support for a child with significant additional learning needs
  • Be able to work to support the Teacher in achieving high standards in the classroom.
  • Be able to demonstrate excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Be committed to inclusive practice and believe that every child will succeed.
  • Work effectively as part of the teams with in the school
  • Be driven to have high expectations of yourself and others.

In return we can offer:

  • A lively, enthusiastic and supportive team
  • An energetic mix of pupils who are very proud of Loxdale Primary School
  • Excellent CPD opportunities.

Loxdale Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.  The post required an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and an online search as per our Safer recruitment procedures.

This position is open to internal and external candidates.   Previous applicants should contact the school before applying.

Closing date: 10pm on Wednesday 17th July 2024
Task and Interviews: 22nd July 2024 (Subject to change)

To apply for this position please save your completed application form with a filename that includes your full name and reference number L2TA-LOX202404 and email it to

Application forms are available on the vacancies page of the school website.

Please note, we will only accept applications from candidates who have completed an application form obtained from the school website.  CVs alone and ‘One-Click’ applications via recruitment websites will not be accepted.


Attached documents
Level 2 Teaching Assistant Sept 2024.pdf


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