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Trainee Teaching Assistant
location
Bishop Auckland
contract type
Full-time
contract term
Day-to-day/short-term supply, Long-term
salary
£416 to £425 per week
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Apply by
10 July 2024
Job start
ASAP

Vision For Education are excited to provide this bespoke and incredible opportunity to support passionate people with getting into the education sector.

About the role

We work alongside our client schools to provide successful Trainee Teaching Assistants with high quality training and paid on the job experience. This programme is aimed towards candidates who do not necessarily have experience of working with children or a childcare/teaching assistant qualification but who are eager to get into the classroom.

About the Programme:

Following a successful interview and pending suitability, safeguarding and identity checks, we will work to secure you a paid placement in a school to further develop your skills. We will help you to develop your identity as an educator and help you to choose your specialist area from EYFS, KS1, KS2 to secondary school and SEND provision.

Prior to starting your placement, you will be required to complete a comprehensive training programme delivered by Vision for Education and school leaders, which will give you the essential skills you need to work as a Teaching Assistant.

Teaching Assistants are instrumental in ensuring the sooth running of any school. The most effective Teaching Assistants have excellent communication skills and have an interest and passion in supporting the day-today needs of all children. They are also able to build relationships with both staff, children and their families.

The role of a teaching assistant varies from each school. You may be working to support the teacher during whole class teaching, running small group interventions to support children or working on a 1:1 basis to ensure the needs of all children are meet and that they can thrive.

We would love to hear from you if the following applies to you!

  • Have a passion for supporting and helping children
  • Be dedicated to improving outcomes for all children
  • Be kind, caring and compassionate
  • Be proactive and a good communicator
  • Be able to work collaboratively in a team
  • Be committed to completing the required training and participating in ongoing CPD.
  • Be willing to pay for an enhanced DBS check and register with the Update Service.
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