Developing Your Potential Recruitment is seeking enthusiastic and committed teaching assistants to join us that would welcome the potential opportunity to work in a classroom setting within schools in your area. We are continuously working to build and maintain close partnerships with primary, secondary and SEN schools across the UK. We will canvas CV’s to schools within your area to maximize your chances of gaining supply/voluntary and long term teaching work.
Teaching assistant role and responsibilities:
• Assisting the classroom teacher • Working with small groups and 1:1 support • Supporting literacy and numeracy • Help manage pupil behaviour • Support the development and effectiveness of work teams • Help pupils to access the curriculum • Work with other professionals • Liaise effectively with parents
Applicants that are qualified or have previous experience in a childcare setting are preferred however, we do not discriminate so all applications are welcome and will be considered.
Developing Your Potential Recruitment will review all candidates CV’s as we will aim to help you with any additional help you may require to maximise your employment opportunities.
Developing Your Potential Recruitment is a professional recruitment and training organisation which prides itself in getting all of their candidates to the very highest level. In addition to all of our recruitment services, Developing Your Potential Recruitment also offers ongoing additional support to all of its candidates via the following:
• Your own dedicated consultant • Access to opportunities throughout the UK • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
(* for further information on the additional support we give our candidates please visit our website)
Developing Your Potential Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. You will be required to complete a Disclosure Application Form with a full CRB check (this will cost you £65 if applied through developing your potential recruitment) you must also supply 2 references.
For further information, please visit our website at [contact details removed]
Send us your CV today to apply. Developing Your Potential Recruitment Limited is an employment agency and employment business.
Higher learning Teaching Assistants (HLTA) needed for roles in Berkshire & the surrounding areas.
Are you currently working as a Teaching Assistant and would like more responsibility?
Do you have experience of working with large groups of teenagers such as sports coaching, charity work or drama workshops?
Do you have or are you working towards gaining a Further Education or TEFL qualification and have experience of working with 16-18 year olds but want to work and gain experience within the younger years in secondary and primary schools?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions then 'HLTA' work could be for you!
The Job: Due to high demand for these roles, Randstad Education are currently looking to recruit a number of HLTA's to work in a variety of secondary and primary schools across the Reading/Slough/Maidenhead/Bucks area. Bookings can vary from cover for one lesson to a full day. The job will involve being: Willing and able to supervise classes of 11-18 year olds, using strategies to manage behaviour in line with school policy Comfortable delivering lessons from a range of subjects across the national curriculum set by a qualified teacher, with no planning or marking involved Highly organised and able to communicate effectively Our requirements for this post mean you must: Have experience of working with children Be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check (CRB) and full referencing process Be passionate about working with children Possess the motivation to achieve and add value to the school Be flexible, punctual, professional and approachable
The School: We are proud to support a diverse portfolio of schools with the Berkshire area. These schools range in size, catchment, religious background and ethos. Within these schools our Teachers support pupils of different ability levels, SEN, EAL and from many different home lives, cultures and backgrounds across the years. We understand that very child is different so we carefully match our Teachers with the schools and children to which they work with best.
The Child: We understand that very child is different so we carefully match our Teachers with the schools and children to which they work with best. You will encounter a diverse mix of pupils across our range of Schools. Good behaviour management skills, a passion for teaching and a dynamic and flexible approach will be advantageous for these positions.
In reward for our teachers hard work and commitment we provide competitive rates of pay with no hidden deductions, a refer a friend scheme, teacher of the term awards, access to Randstad Education's online CPD portfolio, long-term and permanent job opportunities, a dedicated consultant with a 24hr on call facility and an honest and trustworthy approach that matches you to the right school.
If you are interested in applying for this position please send us your CV and contact Lilian on [contact details removed] and send your CV to arrange your interview at our Reading office.
(All applicants must meet Randstad Education's strict recruitment criteria and hold an enhanced DBS)
THE WYE VALLEY SCHOOL New Road, Bourne End, Bucks. SL8 5BW T: [contact details removed] • F: [contact details removed] E: [contact details removed] 11-18 years Co-educational No on roll 750 [contact details removed]
Teaching Assistant Bucks Pay Range 1 ISN 6 – Range 2 ISN 20: £14,641 – £20,189 pa, pro rata (Range depending upon experience) 31 hours per week over 5 days Term-time only, 38 weeks per year
We have a vacancy for a part-time Teaching Assistant to work within a department for pupils with social communication difficulties. You will work in the mainstream classroom with pupils on the Autistic Spectrum as well as supporting them within the ARP (Additionally Resourced Provision).
You will need to be patient, calm and assertive, with good empathy skills. Knowledge of the autistic spectrum is desirable but not essential, as is an ability to understand the KS3 curriculum.
Please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter to Mrs K Thomas – Manager, ARP: [contact details removed]
Closing date: Noon, Wednesday 30 April 2014 Interviews to be held early May 2014
This position is subject to Enhanced DBS (CRB) Disclosure.
Lambrook School Winkfield Row, Nr Ascot, Berkshire RG42 6LU Tel: [contact details removed] IAPS Co-educational Preparatory Boarding & Day School Ages 3-13, with 500 pupils.
We are looking for an outstanding and dynamic EYFS Teaching Assistant for our successful Pre Prep department to join our established team of teachers and teaching assistants. This is a permanent role starting from September 2014. The successful candidate will need to be a good team player, have good interpersonal skills, be qualified to a least NVQ 3 level and have a good working knowledge of an EYFS setting.
Lambrook is a thriving independent day and boarding preparatory school for 500 boys and girls set in a beautiful 45 acre site in Berkshire. The school is a forward-thinking yet traditional school with a strong family ethos and an excellent reputation.
Further details, including an application form and information pack can be obtained from the Head of Pre Prep’s PA on [contact details removed] or by email to [contact details removed] .
Closing date: Friday 25 April 2014 Interviews will take place: w/c 28 April 2014
The school is committed to safeguarding pupils and an Enhanced DBS check will take place prior to appointment
The Job: Are you looking for a support role working in an SEN environment, ideally you will have experience of working with secondary aged pupils, supporting both male and female statemented students. The school setting is part of a wider Academy supporting students across the Milton Keynes area with a handful of pupils attending from neighbouring local authorities. You will be working in a support role to the class teacher, working with small groups and 1:1 intervention when required, supporting with literacy and numeracy as well as topic work.
The School: The Academy was formed almost 2 years ago, it was observed by Ofsted last summer and there are some improvements required, specifically to improve teaching and pupil progress within school, the behaviour of pupils and leadership within school was graded as 'good'. This is a well supported environment and the staff work tirelessly to engage the pupils and enhance their learning, taking in to consideration their individual needs and learning styles.
The Child: This is a fast paced environment, the lively and interactive approach to teaching is fully embraced in this SEN setting and requires a Teaching Assistant who has a confident, calm and empathetic approach with the students. This is a long term supply role, immediate start with opportunities to stay until Easter and possibly beyond.
The Job: An opportunity to join a local Catholic primary school, teaching 3 days a week as part of a job share. The role will be teaching a Year 5 class, there are 28 pupils in the class with a full time teaching assistant in the class to support. Whilst this is not an overly challenging class, a teacher with effective behaviour management skills and an emphasis on positive reinforcement would suit this group of pupils. The focus in the class during the next term will be directed towards maths and numeracy, the whole school are working to increase their progress across the year groups in preparation for SATs in Year 6.
The School: The school is a larger than average primary school the majority of pupils are from ethnic minority groups and speak English as an additional language. The SEN levels within the school are average, however, in some year groups the percentage of SEN and disabilities is high. The last Ofsted inspection graded the school as 'good', they are due for their next Ofsted in the coming term. The school has a close network of parents and helpers within the community, most of which appreciate the values and family ethos the school demonstrates.
The Child: The children in the school progress well and enjoy the learning style, one pupil commented "Brilliant, we really like it here, the teachers are very caring and helpful and they teach you alot in lessons and help you improve your work". Pupil progress is very good in KS1 and good in KS2. The pupils and parents appreciate the excellent relationships with the school.