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DATE ADDED: Thu 12/03/2020

Level 1 Teaching Assistant

York, UK


JOB TYPE: Permanent, FullTime

SALARY: £17,364 - £18,426 pro rata (£2,436 - £2,585 actual salary)

Salary £17,364 - £18,426 pro rata (£2,436 - £2,585 actual salary) 6 hours per week, 45 weeks per year Ebor Academy Trust is a multi-academy trust serving children aged 2 to 16.
It is our aspiration to develop geographical hubs of schools that share our values.
Haxby Road Primary Academy is looking to recruit a Level 1 Teaching Assistant to assist in Cook School, three afternoons per week Monday- Wednesday between 1-3pm.
Within the role you will assist in preparing for lessons and guiding children through the lessons alongside the Cook School Co-ordinator.
Working in partnership with teaching staff in the school, you will undertake work, care and support programmes which enable access to learning for pupils and to assist the teacher in the management of pupils.
We are looking for someone who has experience of working with children in a supportive capacity, coupled with a good knowledge of child development and personal development needs which promote good behaviour and discipline.
You will be resilient in the face of challenging pupil behaviour and will take appropriate action to meet pupil’s needs as they arise, understanding the factors that impact upon childrens’ emotional needs and mental health.
A team player, you will have excellent communication skills for communicating with pupils, teachers, parents and relevant others.
Most importantly you will have a strong passion and resilience to work with children who often have complex needs.
Ideally candidates will have Food Hygiene Level 2, but training can be done in school.
This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a growing Academy Trust which offers excellent, long term career development and to help provide an inclusive environment in which all children are encouraged to become responsible for themselves, their learning and their behaviour.
Our central aim is to enable all children and staff to develop as aspirational learners and leaders who strive to reach their goals and achieve their potential.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.