Working within a Secondary school full-time as a Teaching Assistant Supporting pupils with additional learning needs (ALN) Supporting pupils with their numeracy Supporting pupils with their literacy Supporting pupils with their ICT skills Be involved in creating displays and preparing resources Helping children who need extra support to complete tasks Understand the safeguarding and behaviour policy and their role within these policies Working with children aged 11 to 16 years Supporting a teacher in various roles within the classroom Raise self esteem by showing interest in pupils' work. Assist individual children in educational tasks. Provide information for ALN reviews. Ability to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times whilst working in schools To undertake whole class supervision in the absence of the class teacher following pre-determined learning programmes. To record and report attendance at lessons in accordance with school policy. Exam invigilation. Administration support.
Desirable personal qualities:
Any previous experience working with children Any previous experience with Additional Learning Needs Communicational skills relevant to both children and adults Competent skills in numeracy, literacy and ICT Ability to self-manage and organise own time Personal qualities Reliable Smart appearance Professional attitude A level of maturity with working in a school environment will be required Ambitious and hard working Desire to be a positive role model to young people
Four GCSEs grade C or above, including Mathematics and English OR minimum NVQ Level 2 or equivalent OR relevant experience
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Training provider: Achieve More Training Ltd
Training provider course: Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship
About the employer
Alun School Holywell Town Football Club Halkyn Road Holywell Flintshire CH7 1EP
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