SEN Teaching Assistant/Pupil Support (Five Ways Primary School)
SEN Teaching Assistant/Pupil Support - Level 1 Grade 2
(Temporary contract until 31st August 2020, Term time, part time - 15hrs - 22hrs per week).
Five Ways is a large, three form entry Primary School with approximately 675 pupils on role.
The Governors are seeking to appoint two experienced SEN Teaching Assistants to join our hardworking and enthusiastic team from September 2019.
We have children who have additional education needs and therefore, require 1:1 support. We are looking for caring teaching assistants, preferably with experience of working with children with SEN. The candidates will be able to help children develop their social and communication skills, interact with others and access the curriculum. The right candidates will be able to work alongside an established team, have a good sense of humour, good communication skills, be organised and punctual and be committed to high quality care for the pupils they are working with.
Closing Date: Thursday 20th June 2019 @ 12.00 noon.
Shortlisting: Friday 21st June 2019
Interviews will be held on: Thursday 27th June 2019 .
Should applicants wish to take the opportunity to visit Five Ways Primary they should contact the school office on 01543 278071. Please email application forms to Extendedprovision@fiveways.staffs.sch.uk.
Candidates who are shortlisted will be informed by telephone or e-mail.
Please note that several Teaching Assistant positions are being advertised at Five Ways through wmjobs. Please ensure you state clearly which position you are interested in applying for at the top of your application form. If you wish to apply for more than one position, please complete only one application form and list all of the positions you are interested in at the top. Thank you.
'This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment'.
This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from schools or by visiting www.crb.gov.uk