Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant- Tameside

Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester
CMM-098764_1591170029
Date Posted:03 Jun 2020
  1. Teaching Assistant
£65.00 - £80.00 per day
  1. Permanent

Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant- Tameside

Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester
Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant- Tameside Primary School September 2020 Start
CMM-098764

Tradewind Manchester are recruiting! Are you an experienced teaching assistant/support worker looking for your next role?

Or perhaps you are a psychology graduate with SEN experience, intent on beginning your teaching/educational Psychology career?

Why not join a passionate and dedicated Primary school and feel the benefit of broadening your SEN experience in order to further your career.

Tradewind Manchester are supporting a Primary school in Ashton, Tameside, which caters for pupils from ages 4 - 11. This inclusive primary school are looking to meet with an experienced behaviour support Teaching Assistant or highly driven graduate to support one their pupils in KS1. Is that you?

Tradewind Manchester are supporting Tameside based Primary school in recruiting a behaviour support Teaching Assistant. This full-time role to start in September 2020 with the opportunity to become permanent staff member for the right candidate. The school would like to recruit a behaviour support assistant, experienced in working with children or adults who have emotional, behavioural and social difficulties - not necessarily within an education setting.

This could be your ideal next role if you are;

-Experienced in supporting children/adult who suffer from emotional, behavioural and social difficulties.
-Graduates looking to broaden their experience further in order to pursue teaching or educational psychology routes.
-Experienced in supporting pupils with Autism - desired.
-Confident in working in an education environment in which behaviour will be challenging on a regular basis.
-Available full time for a permanent role (following an initial temporary period).
-An effective team player.

This role will include;

-Teaching pupils with emotional, behavioural and social difficulties, including pupils with Autism.
-Taking responsibility for the safeguarding of the young people in your care.
-Supporting the school team to provide a safe and nurturing environment for students to learn.
The benefits of working as a Graduate Behaviour Support Assistant at this school include;

-Working in a friendly, supportive team.
-Ongoing professional development and promotion opportunities
-The opportunity to develop your education career within a large network of special needs schools, Including 23 current UK schools, with 4 more set to open in 2020.

About the school

The school is well led. The high aspirations and clear vision of senior leaders and governors have been instrumental in bringing about improvements to teaching and pupils' achievement since the last inspection. Pupils' achievement is good. From their individual starting points, all groups of pupils, including the most able, make at least good progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
Children get off to a good start in the early years provision where they thrive and rapidly develop new skills and knowledge. Teaching is good, this is because teachers and support staff have good professional knowledge. They relate to, and care for, all pupils and their families exceptionally well.

The School's aim is to work in partnership with parents to enable each child to reach its full potential. The staff encourage high expectations and work towards maximum progress for each and every-one of the schools' pupils.

Whilst the school bases its curriculum on the National Curriculum they offer a wide and exciting curriculum which aims to be engaging and stimulating for all our pupils. The headteacher encourages pupils to develop a love of learning, independence and resilience to prepare them for when they move to their next stages of education. The school is accessible via car or bus.

To be considered for this role, you will need;

-Have recent experience supporting children with challenging behaviour.
-A DBS certificate, or be happy to apply for a DBS.
-Be able to provide 2 professional references including one from your latest employer or education institution.
-Full time availability.
-Team Teach training is desirable, not essential as training is available.








By registering with Tradewind Manchester, you will benefit from:

* An honest and friendly team with a wealth of educational experience
* Consultants that will listen to what you want and support you wherever necessary
* Top rates of pay through our attraction of the best education talent
* More training and development than any other agency - which is why we can offer you more certified CPD courses than any other education recruitment agency, 25 to be exact! That's 18 more than out next nearest competitor
* A great referral scheme - recommend a friend and earn a generous reward
* Full interview preparation and assistance - so your fully prepped and confident, increasing your chances of success
* Help with lesson planning - our support doesn't stop once we've secured you a placement
* A straightforward Online Portal for your timesheets and log your availability
* Free social and networking events to get to know your peers and consultants

To be considered for this position, please call the Manchester office on 0161 674 0138, or email chris.morgan@twrecruitment.com

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