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Apprentice Teaching Assistant
North Lincolnshire Council

Salary: Apprentice £3.50 per hour

Closing Date: Friday, 1 September 2017

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Apprentice Teaching Assistant

Closing date - 01 September 2017
Organisation - St Hugh’s School
Post number - S7019621
Job title - Apprentice Teaching Assistant
Job type - Temporary
Contract end - 12 months
Location - Scunthorpe area
Site name - St Hugh’s School
Street name - Bushfield Road
Town - Scunthorpe
Post Code - DN16 1NB
Salary - Apprentice £3.50 per hour
Hours - 31 hours per week (see description)

The school is currently looking to employ two enthusiastic and professional apprentice teaching assistants to work across the school under the direction of experienced teachers and teaching assistants, starting as soon as possible from September 2017. 

 
Hours of Work: 
31 hours per week 
8.50am – 3.30pm, Monday – Friday (Term time only + 1 school based training day + 8 x 1/2day off site training sessions during the school holidays) 
 
 
Duties will include: 
• Assisting pupils with personal self-care. 
• Assisting with general administration and supporting classroom management, including making learning materials. 
• Assisting in the supervision of pupils at play/leisure breaks and at times of transition between lessons and activities. 
• Helping to promote pupil good behaviour and discipline through positive interactions with the pupils and participating fully in strategies agreed as part of any pupil’s individual behaviour plan, including physical interventions. 
• Helping to implement physical development activities and mobility activities, using mechanical hoists when necessary, and following recognised procedures. 
• Sharing with the teacher and other colleagues issues of concern and positive feedback about the pupil’s welfare and achievements. 
• Under close direction of the teacher or other members of staff participation in delivery of learning activities. 
• Administering medication following clearly defined LA/school procedures and follows basic first aid procedures as necessary. 
• Implementing speech and language development activities. 
• Helping individual pupils or groups of pupils to access the differentiated curriculum, including assisting with the planning and evaluation of learning activities. 
• Contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of individual education plans and individual behaviour plans that are devised by the teacher. 
• Enabling pupils on inclusion programmes to access the differentiated curriculum in the main body of the school or complex need classes including adult services. In school and offsite. 
• Supervising pupils in planned activities in accordance with instructions/directions. 
• Supervising pupils in small group or one to one learning activities in school away from the main teaching area. 
 
Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service. The full version of our Recruitment of ex-offenders and Disclosure and Barring Service procedure can be accessed from our website at www.northlincs.gov.uk/jobsandcareers 
 
Please apply for this job online at www.northlincs.gov.uk/jobsandcareers where you can also find the job description and employee specification. 
 
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect the 
same commitment from all staff and volunteers. 
 
We would like to thank you for your interest in this vacancy. If you are invited for an interview you will be contacted by the school. For feedback on your application, please contact the school directly. 
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Creation Date
14/08/2017

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