KS1 Primary Intervention Teacher - Tameside
KS1 Primary Intervention Teacher - Tameside
About the School:
The school is a highly successful two form entry primary school in Tameside catering for children between the ages of three and eleven. The school has a low student population of EAL learners but a higher than average proportion of students requiring additional support.
This is a highly reputable school in Tameside known for good behaviour and high academic outcomes. The school aims to provide children with meaningful opportunities and experiences with enjoyment and participation being central to success. The school's vision is to send all pupils onwards so they become lifelong learners, who are successful, confident and responsible citizens with a desire to positively contribute to society.
About the role:
The successful candidate will have experience teaching in a KS1 setting and have proven success in the planning and delivery of targeted interventions to raise levels of attainment.
With a higher than average percentage of SEND pupils at the school, SEND experience (particularly with autism, ADHD and speech and language impairments) will be hugely advantageous to the role. You will be required to collaborate with class teachers to identify concepts to reteach, utilising a range of strategies to meet the needs of individual learners. You must be confident in implementing activities that cater for visual, audio and kinaesthetic preferences and assess pupil progress reporting back to the class teacher on a daily basis.
As the KS1 intervention teacher, your main responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Collaborating with teachers to identify gaps in learning to inform intervention objectives
Embrace creative approaches to teaching and learning that engage all learners and support meaningful, memorable experiences
Scaffold teaching and learning appropriately but ensure opportunities are provided to meet learning objectives
Use a range of assessment strategies including verbal and written feedback providing pupils with action points to consolidate learning
Consistently refer to individual learning targets and report on pupil progress in relation to meeting these targets
Refer to National Curriculum Standards identifying age related expectations and work to plug in the gaps to meet this level of learning.
This school is well known for being a consistently 'Good' school praised for school-wide good behaviour and academic outcomes. It is clear that the Headteacher is passionate about their role in the school and works alongside a hard-working SLT who collaborate well to achieve desired goals. After visiting this school, it is clear that staff are supportive and encouraging and share resources, advice, learn from each other and positively contribute in their own expert areas. You will benefit from CPD opportunities throughout the year and will be warmly welcomed into the school community and beyond. Strong relationships are formed with local families; the school really values parents as partners in a child's learning process.
If you feel you meet the needs and requirements of this post and are ready to make an outstanding impact as a KS1 intervention teacher, we will welcome an application from you.
Hold QTS Certification
Be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks. Or be happy to undertake a new DBS through us
Provide a CV with at least 10 years employment/education history included
Have at least 2 years experience in a KS1 setting with proven success delivering interventions
Have the legal right to work in the UK
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Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great opportunity as a KS1 Intervention Teacher in Tameside. Or for more information about the role, contact Charlotte on 01616740138 or alternatively email Charlotte.firstname.lastname@example.org
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