Possible Start Date:
Monday - Friday: 8.45am - 3.15pm.
Education and early years
The successful candidate will work under the direct supervision of a teacher, supported by other classroom support colleagues, to provide support for teaching, learning and associated activities. This will include supporting individuals and providing general support for whole class learning activities or supporting small groups of pupils.
- To provide agreed support to the teacher in the delivery of planned whole class learning activities
- To work under the direct supervision of a teacher to carry out planned learning activities with individual pupils or small groups, providing feedback on their engagement in activities and their achievement of the desired learning objectives
- To help prepare, monitor and maintain a safe and secure learning environment in line with the teacher’s lesson plans
- To observe and feed back to the teacher on pupil performance and behaviour, taking action as appropriate in line with relevant school policies
- To support the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of pupils, including contributing ideas and suggestions to support planning, to meet their development needs
- To interact with and respond positively to children, young people and adults
- To develop positive relationships with colleagues, providing consistent and effective support and working constructively as a member of the school staff team
- To support pupils to improve their numeracy and literacy skills through focussed learning activities and more generally across the curriculum
- To prepare and utilise ICT resources to support pupils learning
- To prepare and support the use of learning materials and create visual displays, in accordance with the requirements of the teacher, in order to facilitate a relevant physical learning environment
- To provide care and encouragement to children and young people with disabilities or special educational needs, supporting them to participate in activities and liaising, if required, with parents / carers / other professionals as appropriate
- To encourage participation in structured and unstructured learning activities, including play (timetabled and during breaks if required). (Primary and Special schools)
- To undertake midday supervision duties
- To support, as appropriate, in instances where pupils are unwell whilst at the school / college
DESIRED SKILLS & PERSONAL Qualities:
- Communication skills
- Attention to detail
- Organisation skills
- Customer care skills
- Problem solving skills
- Presentation skills
- Team working
- Non judgemental
Things to considerAdditional training to take place at Loughborough College to develop knowledge, skills, and behaviours to accordance to this Apprenticeship. Please ensure you are able to travel before applying. Loughborough College reserves the right to withdraw this vacancy before the end date, following consultation with the employer.
Blaby Stokes Primary School
We are a vibrant school full of life and laughter, where children are at the heart of everything we do. We are incredibly proud of our school and everything it has to offer, including: - Large airy classrooms and spacious grounds - Focus on wellbeing and health - Strong community and active PTA - Academically strong with a varied curriculum - PE coach and specialist music teachers - Extracurricular activities and holiday club We cater for children between 4 and 11 years old. Each year we admit up to 60 children into our Foundation Stage, most of whom come from our immediate catchment area, although some do travel further. Our highly committed staff at Blaby Stokes CE Primary School create an environment where children are encouraged to embrace our values: Respect, Success and Kindness. And by the time they leave Year 6, and move onto Secondary school, we have seen them develop into confident and committed learners ready to embrace the next stage of their education and development.
Tuesday 6th, June 2023APPLY FOR THIS APPRENTICESHIP