Branfil Primary School
Head Teacher: Mrs Natalie Sansom
Telephone: 01708 225186
Reading Intervention Teaching Assistant
Hours: 10 hours per week (2 hours per day, 5 days per week - 1.15 to 3.15pm)/39 weeks per year
Salary: Grade 1/2, point 1. Pro rata salary of £4,744 p.a. (£20,103 p.a. FTE)
Contract: Temporary until 31 August 2020
Start Date: As soon as possible
Working in Years 3-6
As a Reading Intervention Teaching Assistant, you will deliver precision teaching to support children 1 to 1 to develop their reading skills. You will be assigned to a specific year group, delivering the intervention every day for an extended period to a small number of children.
Experience is not essential since training will be provided; we are more interested in recruiting candidates with the right attitude and commitment.
The successful candidate will:
- Have a love of books and reading
- be a proactive, positive role model for pupils
- ideally have some experience of working one to one
- be committed, flexible and reliable
- work well in a team
- have a positive attitude
- be passionate about working with children who find reading challenging
- show empathy
- work under direction whilst also showing initiative, when required.
Please contact the school for further information.
Please apply online.
Closing Date: 24th September 2019 midday
Interview Date: 8th October 2019
We aim to promote and ensure equality of opportunity and equal treatment for all.
Havering Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and as such expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The protection of our students from abuse is the responsibility of all staff within our school, superseding any other considerations.
Havering Schools comply with the Department for Education ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ (September 2018) guidance and all potential employees will undergo vigorous vetting checks to ensure their suitability.
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; the successful applicant will be expected to undertake a satisfactory disclosure. Having a criminal record will not necessarily debar you from obtaining a position with the Council