Teaching Assistant needed in South Lincolnshire

Teaching Assistant needed in South Lincolnshire

Posted 4 days ago

We urgently require a teaching assistant to start work within a primary school in South Lincolnshire.

Simply Education are urgently seeking an experienced Teaching Assistant to work within a Primary school based in Bourne, Lincolnshire. This school provides exceptionally high standard of learning to all of their children within their care. The school has a very collaborative approach, providing an enjoyable environment for all, whilst ensuring the core values and the school ethos is adhered to.

This placement will provide a superb opportunity for someone looking for new and exciting challenge.

The primary duty for the role will be to support teaching staff and to work with other support staff to enhance the development and education of the pupils. You will be working with KS1 year 1 and 2, so experience within a similar environment is essential

You will have the opportunity to have an input into the planning and evaluation of all classroom activities for both individuals and group work. You will also be monitoring pupil progress and reporting their achievements and development to key staff.

What do you need to have?

•    Be engaging, fun and flexible where needed

•    Able to deal with challenging behaviour

•    Have a patient and creative approach

•    Bring new ideas, be adaptable and build excellent working relationships


The key benefits of working with Simply Education are:

•    Your own dedicated Consultant

•    Competitive rates of pay

•    Access to online lesson resourcing

•    FREE CPD courses – completed by ex-senior education professionals

•    In school support from senior leadership professionals

•    Recommend a friend incentive

•    Regular appraisal for long term roles

All successful applicants will be required to attend an interview to undergo relevant safeguarding checks, including a full application form and an enhanced DBS check.

REF: AGL-3391-4121

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