Thames Teachers are supporting a vibrant primary school in Westminster with the recruitment of their newest Teaching Assistant to be based in their EYFS class.
Are you looking for a new opportunity within a growing and highly successful primary school?
Playing a big part in the local community this school encourage positive learning and development throughout school and home life, working with parents and families to achieve both social and academic outcomes for their children.
This is a well-established school in the Westminster borough with a very supportive Headteacher and SENDCO leading the school. Wellbeing and mental health is valued and yoga and mindfulness programs are offered to students and staff.
Do you have experience working with children in an education setting?
Are you a recent graduate seeking a step into the education world?
This engaging primary school are seeking a bright and energetic Teaching Assistant to join their expanding EYFS team. This role will involve supporting the Reception classroom as well as working with small groups and children on a 1:1 basis where extra support is required. You will be using Read Write Inc. Phonics programs therefore experience using this, or other phonics programs will be highly regarded.
With good degree results (2:1 or higher) and/or previous teaching assistant experience within the UK, you will be confident to support children and teachers in a Early Years environment. This is a full time role Monday – Friday, 8:30am until 3:30pm. The school will be conducting interviews for this role as soon as possible, with an immediate start and will run for the remainder of the academic year.
In return Thames Teachers can offer you:
A supportive and encouraging learning environment
A school that will invest in you to develop as a Teaching professional
Some of the best Graduate rates in London
Access to our Community Education Platform www.opogo.com to support your move into Education
Free CPD sessions, every Tuesday, for all Teaching Assistants
Networking and Social events as part of our Opogo Community