Apprentice Teaching Assistant
Fixed term, 12 month placement starting September 2019
Closing date: Friday 31 May 2019 at 12 noon.
We are looking to appoint highly motivated person who wishes to be trained as an Apprentice Teaching Assistant to work in our school with pupils with Special Educational Needs. Three Ways School is an Academy Trust, operating as a generic Community Special School. Three Ways is divided into 3 departments’ primary, secondary and sixth form, to enable curriculum delivery and expectations that are age appropriate to all pupils.
The school is a Specialist School for Physical and Sensory. It is also a School of Creativity. We offer the full National Curriculum as a basis for curriculum development and add to this a wide range of additional activities for personal and social growth. All pupils are encouraged and supported to access learning and achieve the highest possible standards.
The apprenticeship will be made up of a combination of practical employment experience and following a course of distance learning that will lead on to a nationally recognised qualification. You will learn to work in a school environment supporting the learning and care of students. Observation and assessment by professional teachers and assessors take place throughout the term of the apprenticeship to build up levels of understanding leading toward your qualification.
The post is full-time term-time only including school training days.
The salary is £6,240 pa
Please see job description and person specification for full details of the post requirements and visit our school website for further information about the school.
Application forms are available from the Three Ways School website or by contacting the school office on 01225 838070 (please note, the school is closed for the half term break from Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May).
These posts will require the successful candidates to have an enhanced DBS Check prior to commencement of employment.
We hope to hold interviews on Tuesday 11 June 2019
Three Ways School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We follow safer recruitment practices and appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.