SEN Teaching Assistant - Nethergate Academy

The Supply Register
Nottingham,Nottinghamshire,United Kingdom
£75 - £80 Per Day
21 Sep 2022 03:34
14 Oct 2022 23:59
Job Level
Learner Support / Teaching Assistant
Contract Type
Full Time

SEN Teaching Assistant - Nethergate Academy

Role: SEN Teaching Assistant

School: Nethergate Academy

Trust: Greenwood Academies Trust

Day to day supply work, short term, long term, bank staff

Pay: £70 -£80 per day

Contract Type: Supply

Start Date: ASAP

The Supply Register are proud to be working as a manged serviced provider working exclusively with Trusts in Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire to provide Secondary Teaching Assistants.

We are delighted to be working alongisde Greenwood Academies Trust in recruiting for an SEN Teaching Assistant role within Nethergate Academy.

Are you an SEN Teaching Assistant. If so, please see below for exciting new opportunities working in schools through the Award-Winning Recruitment Service Provider of the Year 2021 at the Education Investor Awards.

What is an SEN Teaching Assistant?

A teaching assistant provides support to teachers in the classroom. This may include working directly with teachers to plan lessons or mark work, or it may be working one-on-one with students to assist with their learning.

What are the responsibilities of an SEN Teaching Assistant?

  • Preparing the classroom for lessons and tidying it up afterwards
  • Assisting with lesson plans
  • Supporting children across the curriculum
  • Providing extra assistance to children with special needs
  • Recording and reporting a student's progress to the teacher
  • Marking work
  • Motivating and encouraging students
  • Supervising students during school trips or activities
  • Attending meetings
  • Looking after children who are unwell or upset
  • Looking after children's physical, social and emotional welfare
  • Creating a stimulating environment
  • adapt support according to needs of children

Higher level teaching assistants may also take additional responsibilities, such as:

  • Teaching classes on their own
  • Covering planned absences
  • Managing other learning support staff

Please note, cover/supply work can be booked in advance or required on a day-to-day basis. Candidates should be willing to be available to pick up work first thing in the morning

Who is suitable for this role -

  • Previous experience in a school setting
  • Previous TA experience
  • Hold or working towards a degree
  • Worked or volunteers In a social club setting working with ages 11-17
  • Someone who wants to make a difference and shape young minds
  • GCSE in Maths and English
  • Ability to manage behaviour and set expectations
  • Establish and maintain a safe and positive learning environment in the lesson you are covering

Essential Requirements:

  • Have a passion for teaching with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring and creative lessons
  • Have and set high expectations of behaviour and learning from the outset of the lesson
  • Supervise and deliver work that has been set
  • Ensure all students are working well on set tasks and assist them where needed and possible
  • Enforce all school policies regarding behaviour, safeguarding and uniform etc
  • Establish and maintain a safe and positive learning environment in the lesson you are covering

Register to work for us in three easy steps -

  1. Apply for the role with a full CV.
  2. Attend a telephone interview to start the compliance process
  3. Attend a video verification and get to know team's video call

The Supply Register is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students, and we expect all applicants to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a Children's barred list check.

You will require an enhanced DBS on the update service for these roles. Or be willing to process a new one which costs £55 - this is essential

If you are interested in this role please contact Lauren Carter at The Supply Register on: