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    Apprentice Teaching Assistant – MANCHESTER ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL – MANCHESTER, M43 6GD

    • Type: Apprenticeship
    • Sector: Education
    • Level: 3
    • Vacancy length: 15 Months

    Company Name: Manchester Road Primary Academy

    Company Address:
    Manchester Road
    M43 6GB

    Closing date: 14 Jan 2022

    Brief overview of the role: To work alongside, and under the direction of class teachers and the inclusion team (including the SENDco) to implement learning activities that will ensure rapid and sustained progress of all children. This will involve delivering learning to specific children and groups and evaluating theimpact of said programmes.

    Apprenticeship summary

    Working week: Shifts to be confirmed

    Total hours per week: 30.00

    Weekly wage: £129.00

    Expected duration: 15 months

    Possible start date: 17 Jan 2022

    Apprenticeship level: 3

    Reference number: VAC001802837

    Positions: 2 available

    About the Employer

    Manchester Road offers a great curriculum, inspired by visits out to fantastic places, and visitors toschool who really motivate the children about different topics. We have a full and varied curriculum,which teaches the children about all areas of life and, as you’ll see from our Facebook and Twitterpages, sport is an important part of our school life. To ensure we stay at the forefront of education,the school is currently investigating and developing the practice of Learning Powers, The Power ofReading and Project Based Learning – all these will enhance our teaching and learning and makebeing at primary school an exciting time.

    Vacancy description

    Brief description of responsibilities

    With support of the teacher, deliver learning and programs of study to groups of children and takeresponsibility of delivering interventions to targeted children/ groups. Take joint responsibility forthe welfare of the children in your care. Have due regard for the schools aims and ethos and promotesuccessfully at all times. To share corporate responsibility for the safeguarding and wellbeing of allpupils within school and respect the equal opportunities policy.

    Duties will include:

    • To report to the teacher regarding the progress of individual children
    • To be aware of the individual learning needs of children in EY and SEN, and to deliver a program ofwork so that they make good progress
    • To have knowledge of factors that inhibits children’s learning and adapts teaching in order toovercome these barriers
    • To prepare resources and tasks so that all children make good progress
    • To keep accurate records which contribute to the teachers assessments of the EY and SEN children
    • To have the school’s ethos at the heart of everything you do
    • To act with mutual respect at all times when interacting with all children and adults within the school
    • To demonstrate consistently, positive attitudes, values and behaviours that are expected of thepupils, in all areas of the school
    • To follow the school’s behaviour policy rigorously and take a positive approach to behaviourmanagement in order to promote good behaviours for learning
    • To have proper and professional regard for the policies and practises in school and maintainexceptionally high standards in their own attendance and punctuality
    • Uphold professional dialogue at all times and seek appropriate places (out of the earshot of children) in which to discuss sensitive issues as not to demoralise

    There are 2 positions available:

    • Working with SEN children
    • Working with EY children

    Requirements and prospects

    Desired skills

    • Ideally you will have previous experience in a similar role
    • Good communication skills, verbally and written

    Personal qualities

    • Friendly and approachable
    • Trustworthy
    • Excellent timekeeping
    • Keen to progress and learn new skills

    Desired qualifications

    • Although no formal qualification are essential a good level of English, maths and ICT would be an advantage due to the nature of the role

    Future prospects

    • This opportunity could lead to further employment and progression within the setting 

    Training provider


    Sally Baldwin

    Training to be provided

    • Level 3 Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship standard
    • Functional Skills if required
    • ERR – employment Rights and Responsibilities
    • PLTS – Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

    Apprenticeship standard: Teaching Assistant

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