HLTA to Support Years 10 and 11 | Bristol | SEN TA Jobs
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HLTA to Support Years 10 and 11 - Bristol - Role: SEN TA Jobs
Our client is an independent school for students who are at risk of exclusion. They work within the community to provide exceptional play opportunities, positive interventions, education and training.
The school is based in South Bristol.
They are currently seeking a HLTA to support the emotional and academic needs of learners alongside teaching colleagues. The role starts will start ASAP and is permanent. The successful candidate will be offered a pension scheme, travel loans, childcare vouchers and a cycle to work scheme as well as comprehensive training.
The successful candidate will have:
" Experience of working with students with challenging behaviour and or social/emotional needs
" Experience of working as a TA or HLTA (if you do not hold the qualification already, the school will provide opportunities for you to become a fully qualified HLTA
Suitable candidates will be expected to attend interview at the school.
In this role, your primary areas of responsibility will be:
The expectations of a higher level teaching assistant at an Independent School include the following:
" Support with the accrediting of learning by liaising with the class teacher
" To carry out the responsibilities of the role in a way which reflects the school's commitment to safeguarding children in accordance with the Keeping Children Safe in Education Policy
" To deputise for the classroom teacher when required, producing planning documents and ensuring that the highest standards are met in the classroom, following the national standards and therefore effectively supporting learning activities, ensuring effective delivery of curriculum programmes
" To support the teacher to plan, deliver and review learning regularly, ensuring a relevant, innovative and engaging curriculum that meets the needs of the organisation and its learners, under the leadership of the head teacher and deputy head teacher
" Coach and mentor Learning Support Assistants where appropriate
" Support with policy development
" Health and safety risk assessment writing
" Deliver internal training when appropriate
" Actively support learners with special needs being deployed as deemed appropriate by the classroom teacher
" Monitor and review progress of learners and prepare reports as required
" Work with specific individual students with high levels of needs or teach smaller groups
" To support the monitoring of attendance, achievement, punctuality, behaviour and progression, under the guidance of the leadership team
" Ensure that safeguarding and child protection policies are complied with and reported in accordance with agreed criteria and policy, liaising with the designated teacher where appropriate
Key worker Role
" All members of the team take on a key worker role and will be responsible for no more than five learners
" Effectively ensure the exchange of relevant information between providers
" Collate data on academic and social achievements and attend termly pupil progress meetings to discuss student targets set and met
" Support experiences that encourage attachment and engagement, to ease transition points
" Ensure that the health and wellbeing needs of the learner are met
" Ensure consistent and effective communication both internally and at meetings with partner agencies to support referrals, retention and Multi-Agency working, if required
" Ensure that you use our IYSS database, SIMS and other relevant management information systems to support and facilitate the production of statistical information and reports
" Carry out all duties within the spirit and requirements of the school's Equal Opportunities policy and procedures
" actively promote inclusion and diversity, and seeking to challenge and overcome disadvantage and discrimination
" Work with the business services team members who support the school's range of learning programmes and other services
" Carry out any other duties that may be required and are reasonable and commensurate with the role
If you are interested, then please contact Emma Preece at Axcis Education on 0117 373 6127.
Axcis is an equal opportunities employer. The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Emma Preece
TELEPHONE: 0117 373 6127