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Exciting Opportunity for a Qualified HLTA or Experienced Teaching Assistant!

Are you a dedicated Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) ready to take the next step in your career? Or perhaps you've accumulated substantial experience as a Teaching Assistant and are now eager to step into a role with greater responsibilities? If so, we invite you to read on!

Role Overview:

We're thrilled to collaborate with a fantastic Primary School located in Swindon, seeking a qualified HLTA or an experienced Teaching Assistant looking to advance their career. The school is committed to providing necessary training for candidates to qualify as HLTA for those who do not already hold this certification.

Join us in shaping the educational journey of students across various Primary School age groups, showcasing your adaptability and versatility in supporting learners of different ages and academic levels. Utilize your wealth of experience in providing tailored support to children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), ensuring each student receives personalized attention, patience, and assistance.


  • Collaborate with teachers and other staff members to create inclusive learning environments that meet the needs of all students.
  • Provide tailored support to students with SEND, ensuring they receive personalized attention and assistance to reach their full potential.
  • Assist in the implementation of educational curriculum, integrating key learning objectives, assessment criteria, and innovative instructional methodologies.
  • Support the overall educational development of students across various age groups, fostering a positive and nurturing learning environment.
  • Engage in continuous professional development to stay updated on best practices and strategies for supporting students with diverse learning needs.

If you're passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of students and ready to take on new challenges, we encourage you to apply! Join our team and be part of a dynamic educational community dedicated to empowering students to succeed. Apply now and embark on a rewarding journey in education!

Working with Long-term Teachers:

We are an independent agency working with Nurseries, Primary, Secondary and Special Schools.

LTT was founded with the aim of creating a genuine, transparent and straightforward service to help candidates secure their next role. We place a huge emphasis on delivering an exceptional service where you will be supported, listened to and valued throughout.

Your dedicated consultant will invest time to understand your experience, skill-set and what your ideal role looks like. You will have frequent updates with your progress through compliance, applications for specific roles as well as additional roles which we feel may be of interest to you.

We are proud to have the highest standard of compliance in achieving the REC audited status. Working with us means you will get the very best support and guidance through the clearance process from your own specific point of contact from our in-house compliance team.

In addition to the above we also offer:

  • Guaranteed Pay Plans
  • Agency Worker Regulations
  • Interview preparation advice and support
  • Support and counselling through a confidential helpline
  • 24/7 access to a UK GP, including consultations and prescription delivery
  • Discounts and offers worth hundreds of pounds
  • Statutory employment rights, such as; sick pay, holiday pay, maternity and paternity pay

Reference: 52649037

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