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Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship.

Wessex Gardens Primary School London

This apprenticeship is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with a kind, caring and enthusiastic personality to work with children in Key Stage 2 aged from 7 to 11 years old. You will need to have GCSEs, or equivalents, in English and maths at grade C (4) or above.

Advanced Teaching assistant Level 3 (A level)

Opportunities from Wessex Gardens Primary School | GetMyFirstJob

  • NAS Reference
    VAC001751057
  • Weekly wage
    £129.00
  • Hours
    30.00 per week
  • Working Week
    Monday – Friday (term-time only), shifts TBC.
  • Date Posted
    12/08/2021
  • Start Date
    04/11/2021

  • Location
    London
  • Expected Duration
    18 months
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
    Teaching assistant
  • Employment Type
    Advanced Level Apprenticeship
  • Employer
    Wessex Gardens Primary School

Description of Opportunity

This apprenticeship is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with a kind, caring and enthusiastic personality to work with children in Key Stage 2 aged from 7 to 11 years old. You will need to have GCSEs, or equivalents, in English and maths at grade C (4) or above.

For more information about this vacancy please contact Sian Hale 0208 518 1344 sianhale@trainingtrust.org.uk - WFCCTT (Ref ID: VAC001751057)

Experience of looking after children Empathy and understanding towards children’s needs Good interpersonal skills. Awareness, understanding and commitment to diversity and equality. Consistent high standards of professionalism The ability to: Work constructively as part of a team, understanding classroom roles and responsibilities and own position within these Act as a role model for the children, and be a positive influence on their behaviour and performance at school Inspire and motivate others Organise and prioritise workload Communicate clearly with active listening skills Write reports Receive and act on information from parents/carers, children and staff (with support initially) Cooperate with and implement new ideas Work under pressure Take responsibility for personal development Multitask and be flexible Use own initiative as appropriate and work flexibly Form and maintain appropriate relationships, and observe professional and personal boundaries with children, parents/carers, colleagues and external agencies Deal with sensitive information in a confidential manner Apply consistent high standards of professionalism Take ownership of studies Some of the above skills you will already have, and others you will develop during the course of the apprenticeship.
GCSE (or equivalent) grade A*- C / 9 - 4 in English and maths GCSE (or equivalent) grade A*- C / 9 - 4 in ICT
Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm is key in supporting all children to progress and achieve their potential Calm, patient, and compassionate Flexible and collaborative approach to work Friendly and cheerful Honest and reliable Punctual and organised Committed to learn Calm and patient Clear communicator with active listening skills Sense of humour Enthusiastic and self-motivated Caring and child centred disposition Confident and mature attitude Reflective and willing to receive constructive feedback Reliable and committed to own development Resilience, patience and positivity Other: Committed to providing a responsive and supportive service to help children achieve their potential in all aspects of their development Willing to constantly seek ways to improve the support provided to children, parents/carers and the school Understanding of, and a genuine commitment to, equal opportunities Ability to adapt to working in another key stage at short notice to meet the needs of the school Empathy with children facing barriers to learning Willing to undertake training including safeguarding and health and safety
You must attend college workshops as timetabled by the training provider; including training on Saturdays You will be required to undertake medical and Disclosure and Barring Scheme (DBS) clearance You must be committed to completing your qualification within the timeframe specified, and be willing to study to complete coursework in your own time
Have a firm commitment to gain the qualification Complete all academic aspects of the apprenticeship Complete activity plan sheets as agreed with your tutor and line manager ensuring they are signed, dated, and evaluated appropriately at each stage of the apprenticeship Keep up to date with all work set by the school / training company / tutor / assessor
We are a happy working community where families, children and staff come from many different backgrounds and cultures.  We are committed to providing the best possible learning environment to ensure that the achievement of every single child matches their potential. All the staff and governors at Wessex Gardens are dedicated and enthusiastic with the needs of the pupils driving every decision.

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