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Enhanced Teaching Assistant

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full time - term time plus specified days
Advert Start Date:
28/05/2021
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 14/06/2021 12:00
Salary:
Grade 5 Point 7-12 £20,092 - £22,183, actual salary £18,006 - £19,879
Job Category:
Schools - Support
Vacancy ID:
208394
Employment Location:
County Durham

Job details 

Closing date:
14 Jun


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This job is closed for applications.

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Sedgefield Community College
Hawthorn Road
Sedgefield
TS21 3DD

Enhanced Teaching Assistant
Salary: Grade 5 Point 7-12 £20,092 - £22,183, actual salary £18,006 - £19,879
Permanent
37 hours per week, term time only plus 10 days

The Trustees are seeking to appoint an Enhanced Teaching Assistant for Sedgefield Community College with effect from September 2021.

Would you like to progress your career in a school judged by OFSTED as ‘outstanding’ and named as the North East State Secondary School of the Decade by the Sunday Times, a school where both student achievement and attitudes to learning are amongst the best in the entire North East and Cumbria region? Would you like to develop your practice in a fantastic, recently built school, with its own dedicated Teaching and Learning centre for the sole purpose of promoting excellence in teaching? Would you also like to work in a school that has been designated as one of the twenty-two lead schools in the country in the DfE Behaviour Hubs programme? If the answer to each of these questions is ‘yes’ then Sedgefield Community College could be right for you.

The role of Enhanced Teaching Assistant involves providing effective support to identified individuals and groups of SEN students under the guidance of our SEND Coordinator. This includes working alongside teachers and other professionals helping ensure work programmes are accessible to individuals and that tasks are being completed as intended. In addition, the role requires post holders to take a key role in the delivery of literacy and numeracy developments programmes.

This post may be particularly attractive to those who would like to make a career in teaching and would like to first gain experience in a highly supportive school setting.

Laidlaw Schools Trust is a growing multi academy trust in the North East of England, serving children and families in Sedgefield, the west of Newcastle and in Pennywell, Sunderland. We pride ourselves in being a progressive, inclusive trust that supports every child to develop their talents whatever they may be and to reach their academic potential. It is important that as a learning organisation we adapt and change to the needs of our pupils. We take care to value and develop all colleagues to make sure they can do their very best for children across the Trust’s schools. Our Academies also enjoy strong support from an experienced LST central team, based in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Further details and an application pack can be downloaded from the Careers section on the Laidlaw Schools Trust website http://laidlawschoolstrust.com/careers

If you wish to have an informal discussion about this post, please contact: Penny Walmsley, Headteacher’s P.A. p.walmsley@sedgefield.cc

Please note school is closed from Monday 31st May to Friday 4th June inclusive, emails will be replied to from Monday 7th June 2021.

Closing Date: 12 noon Monday 14th June 2021

Candidates who have not been contacted by Friday 18th June 2021 may assume they have been unsuccessful.

Interviews will take place: week commencing 14th June 2021

Applications should be returned to: personnel@sedgefield.cc

We are an equal opportunities employer strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful applicant will be required to obtain an Enhanced Certificate of Disclosure from the DBS and a range of other recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their commitment to children’s safeguarding.

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