- GMFJ Reference
37.00 per week
- Date Posted
- Start Date
Now Taking Applications
Teaching and Learning
- Employment Type
Intermediate Level 2
ACET Aughton Junior Academy
Description of Opportunity
Aughton Junior Academy, part of Aston Community Education Trust are looking for an apprentice Teaching Assistants to join their team from September 2019. This could be the perfect opportunity for you to start and progress your career as a Teaching Assistant.
You will need to have a passion for working with, and inspiring, primary school children from the ages of 3 through to 11. As an apprentice teaching assistant you will support pupils to reach their full potential through one-to-one work, group work and whole class support.
Your day-to-day duties could include:
- Getting the classroom ready for lessons and clearing away afterwards
- Working with groups of children within lessons
- Listening to children read or reading to them
- Helping children who need extra support
- Helping teachers prepare materials that match development needs
- Supervising group activities, including outings and sports events
- Your role would also involve caring for and supporting children during breaks and lunchtime
For more information about this vacancy please contact Futures Advice Skills and Employment Ltd on 08000 858520 (Ref ID: 115602)
•Good communication skills
•Excellent literacy and numeracy skills
•Good ICT skills
- Educated to GCSE level, A (9) -C (4) grades in maths & English (or equivalent)
Level 2 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools
•Passionate about working with children and supporting learning
•Ambition to work within a school setting and work towards the L2 Supporting Teaching and Learning qualification.
Possible progression to L3 TA role within the school and/or Academy trust
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Apprenticeships give you fantastic experience in the working world and show employers that you can ‘hit the ground running’. Hands-on training gives you a real chance to put your skills into practice and helps you to gain more confidence in a working environment.