Teaching Assistant: SEN support
Full-time, term-time only. Grade 4: £18,426 - £18,795 pro rata. 8:45 - 3:30, with a later finish at 4:00 one day a week (29.25 hrs per week, 43.31 paid weeks per year).
Actual salary £12,132 - £12,375
We are looking for a patient, skilled, and hardworking person, to join us as a Teaching Assistant to support children with a high level of special educational needs.
This is a wonderful opportunity to join our exceptional school. Wood Farm is a very successful, diverse primary school in the Headington area of Oxford, with a strong reputation for inclusion: ensuring that children of different abilities and needs can learn successfully together.
The post is specifically created to provide additional support to children with special educational needs and is linked to a particular pupil attending our school, however the post-holder will also provide support to other children within the class. You will ideally have a particular interest, or prior experience in supporting children with special needs.
The ideal candidate will be:
A positive, outgoing and resilient person, who enjoys working in a busy team
- Flexible, and with the patience to adapt to an individual child’s changing needs
- Committed to including all children, and helping every child achieve
- Confident in their own reading, writing and maths, so that they can support children to make great progress
- Hardworking and reliable
In return we can offer the successful candidate a strong and supportive professional team and excellent training and development opportunities.
Visits to the school are strongly recommended: please contact Catherine Routledge, School Business Manager, on 01865 762575 to arrange a visit.
To apply for this post please download and complete an application form. Please forward your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please telephone the school on 01865 762575 for help with submitting an application. Closing date for applications 3rd October 2019 at midday. (Interviews to take place in the week beginning 7th October)