John Betts Primary - Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship INSPIRE ATA LIMITED
To support pupils, parents, teachers, and the school to establish a supportive and nurturing learning environment in which children make rapid academic progress and form habits of excellence.
Closing date: 03 Oct 2022
Total hours per week: 33.0
Possible start date
10 Oct 2022
04 Aug 2022
Level 3 (A level)
What will the apprentice be doing?
- Provide support for learning and playtimes
- Feeding back to the teacher/SENCO on progress made
- Promote independent learning
- Encouraging children to take responsibility for their own learning and promoting development of self-esteem
- Delivering interventions and programs for groups and individual children where appropriate.
- Liaise with the SENCO
- Promote inclusion and acceptance of all children in the school, including those with physical, learning and behaviour difficulties
- Work with teachers to assess the needs of individual children
- Work with the SENCO and other teachers to implement SEN Support Plans and develop resources for children who have: English as a second language, speech or language impairments, or behaviours that interfere with learning and/or relationships
- Plan and facilitate group teaching
- Plan and undertake direction for one to one teaching and intervention and maintain records
- Observe, record and feedback information of pupil performance
- Assist in creating materials for curriculum delivery and display boards
- Assist with whole class teaching
- Assist with behaviour management within and outside the classroom.
- Assist pupils' achievement outside of the classroom, e.g., encouraging and facilitating social interaction at playtime.
- Supervise children in playgrounds, lunchrooms, etc.
- Liaise with outside agencies and implement programs, e.g., speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy
- Maintain pupil and family confidentiality
- Attend regular meetings and training, as required
- Request to order resources to aid children learning where
- Run extra-curricular activities and participate in trips and visits.
- Undertake other various responsibilities as directed by the Headteacher and SENCO/Inclusion Manager.
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
Level 3 Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship Standard
This training programme focuses on developing classroom delivery and work within schools.
The Diploma aims to grow your existing skillset in the following key areas:
- Increased mastery of the critical stages of child and adolescent development
- Enhance understanding of the types of influences that can affect this development
- Become fully adept in supporting teachers with the planning of activities, as well as creating own activity plans
- Evaluation of personal performance in relation to supporting literacy, numeracy, and ICT
- Amplify knowledge of safeguarding, and emergency procedures
- Understand legislation with regard to confidentiality, data protection, and information sharing
- All candidates take part in an initial intense training programme at the start of the selection process and will undertake functional skills if needed
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
- Subject to successful completion, business need and budget there maybe progression or permanent employment opportunity
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Desired skills and personal qualities
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About the employer
LET ME PLAY LIMITED
Level 3 (A level)