Teignmouth Community School
Teaching and Learning Assistant
NJC C (£10,479)
26.6 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum
We are looking for a member of staff to work with a range of students across the school. The post will involve supporting students around the school and in the CAL department. A willingness to work in a range of learning environments is essential. This role will benefit a member of staff who is looking to develop their knowledge and practice within the SEN department.
You will need to be calm, enthusiastic, motivated, an effective communicator and be passionate towards helping young people develop socially, academically and emotionally. You will be encouraged to plan appropriately, log support offered and regularly liaise with key staff to monitor the students’ progress. You may also be expected to be a Key Worker which will include liaising with home and outside agencies and attending relevant meetings. The ability to work effectively as part of the SEN team, and use your initiative, is essential.
Teignmouth Community School is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young adults. If successful, you will undergo a enhanced DBS check.
If you share in our commitment to excellence, we want to hear from you. For information about the school, the Learning Trust and our thriving community, please go to: www.teignmouth.devon.sch.uk
Closing Date for applications: 12 December 2018, 12:00
Teignmouth Learning Trust
Teignmouth Community School is a successful 2-18 academy situated on the South Devon Coast, in the heart of the local community. Judged by Ofsted to be a ‘Good’ school at both Primary and Secondary sites, our Board of Directors are committed to ensuring the school has a clear direction and strategy, and that it is financially viable. In our role as a “critical friend”, we strive to work with the great leaders and teachers here to help the school achieve its aims and deliver the best possible support and outcomes to our students.
We welcome people with the commitment and skills to join our Board, and at this time have vacancies for Non-Staff Directors with general business experience especially, but not exclusively, in the areas of resource and human resource management. The job is a voluntary one, although expenses are available, and it requires attendance at six evening meetings each academic year, with a further 4-5 days’ worth of commitment at times to suit. There is training and support in place, and the role does provide a degree of professional and personal development, as well as a sense of satisfaction.
If you want to help TCS develop as much as we do, please contact the Clerk to Directors at email@example.com for further information.
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