Early Years Teaching Assistant

Posted 5 June by Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
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Your new school

This OFSTED rated outstanding school located in Didsbury is seeking their next EYFS teaching assistant to join the team. This school is easily accessible via public transport and also has an excellent reputation. The staff here are extremely welcoming and supportive therefore gives all staff the opportunity to progress further.

Your new role

Joining the reception class as soon as possible on a full time basis, you will be responsible for supporting the teacher in preparing and planning work, interventions with the pupil's on a 1:1 basis and in small groups, and also completing phonics sessions. This role will continue until the end of academic year with the opportunity to continue into further more permanent employment.

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Required skills

  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Phonics
  • Toileting
  • Early Years
  • EBD
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Learning Support Assistant
  • TA
  • HLTA
  • Nursery Practitioner
  • Level 3 Teaching Assistant
  • SEND
  • Read Write Inc
  • Primary School Teaching Assistant
  • SEMH
  • EYTA
  • Early Years Tea

Reference: 52803079

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