- Class Teaching Assistant
- Year 5
- C of E Primary School
- February 2024 – July 2024 contract
A large, welcoming academy are looking for a full-time class teaching assistant to join their team to support within year 5 for the rest of the academic year
In this role you will be based within a year 5 class in the school. As the Class Teaching Assistant you will provide learning support to pupils working at all levels. Your role will include supporting the teacher with administrative duties, preparing lessons and activities and covering break duties. Throughout the week you will provide support for pupils with special educational needs as required and will lead small groups in reading and maths.
Due to this role starting mid-year, the school are only able to accept applications from experienced teaching assistants who have worked within key stage 2.
This friendly and welcoming Church of England primary school is based in a diverse area of Camden and is committed to supporting children to reach their full potential through an exciting and broad curriculum. The school promotes children’s social, physical and spiritual well-being in a nurturing and supportive environment with an overarching Christian focus. There is an experienced leadership team in place and staff and pupils enjoy a collaborative community atmosphere. With good transport links this is an excellent opportunity to join a caring and supportive school.
If you are an experienced Teaching Assistant with previous experience working in Key stage 2, please apply ASAP with an up-to-date CV outlining your skills and experience.
We have a policy to respond to all applications within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to reply to individual enquiries. If we have not contacted you within this specified time your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Philosophy Education is a Recruitment Business and is advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of its clients.
Contract, Full Time
- Industry Sector Education