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We are seeking to appoint a hardworking and friendly Teaching Assistant (SEN-linked to High Needs Funding) to support a group of pupils in Year 2. You will have experience in enabling high quality inclusive provision. You will be skilled in delivering a range of interventions and in working alongside parents and professionals.
This is a term time only contract linked to support for a group of pupils and is a temporary role linked to High Needs Funding.
Hours of work are 8.45am-11.45am supporting the children in the classroom with Midday Supervisor from 11.45am-1pm (for interested candidates)
Previous experience of working with SEN children, particularly those with ASD and ADHD is highly desirable.
Are you passionate about helping young people fulfil their potential? Do you have experience working with children in the primary school? Do you have the ability to inspire children and encourage them to grow independence and self-confidence?
You will need to have a high level of literacy and numeracy and experience of improving outcomes for pupils both academically and emotionally. We are looking for people who are determined to secure the absolute best for each pupil and will work hard to ensure every child achieves everything they are capable of.
We require organised professionals who have:• Good interpersonal skills and an ability to remain calm and patient even when under pressure.• Good standards of English and Maths.• The ability to liaise with staff, parents and professionals offering support and challenge as appropriate.• The ability to work using your own initiative at a highly professional level.• A secure knowledge and understanding of safeguarding.• A thorough understanding of differing needs and vulnerability of children.• You will have experience in enabling high quality inclusive provision. You will be skilled in delivering a range of interventions and in working alongside parents and professionals.
We are a popular, rural village school with 7 classes and a nursery. CGPS formed part of the Pathway Academy Trust in October 2015. TPAT currently has five schools: Meopham Community Academy, Riverview Infants, Riverview Juniors, Wrotham Road and Culverstone Green. This provides opportunities for career progression allowing us to keep the very best staff within the Trust.
We have a brand new school building and school grounds that are beautifully rural and spacious. The children have a school council and their view point is very important to us. We have a supportive Local Governing Body and an active PTA. We are an innovative and creative school with a positive, friendly and motivated staff team. We are committed to CPD. We even have our own school dog! Come and see for yourself!
Please do have a look at our Facebook page and school website.
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