Level 3 Teaching Assistant

Recruiter
Monarch Education
Location
Newton Solney
Salary
£55 per day
Posted
07 Sep 2017
Closes
18 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Early Years (EYFS) Level 3 Teaching Assistant needed for a Derby City Primary School

Monarch Education are currently working with a welcoming Primary School in the Central Derby area. The Headteacher is currently looking to recruit an additional Early Years Teaching Assistant to work within the school's EYFS Provision in a full time role.

The candidate must have experience of working within an Early Years school based setting; ready to support pupils as they begin their journey in Education. The role requires the candidate to be based in the Nursery class of the school; you will be confident supporting pupils 1:1 and larger group settings. Confidence and experience working to the EYFS revised framework is essential for this position; you will have the necessary skills to help guide the children towards a successful transition in to the school and though the Early Years. You will assist the Teacher in providing an exciting learning experience through creative continuous provision; with a strong knowledge of the development areas in the framework. As your role will require you to lead small group phonics sessions; an experience and training in Read Write Inc phonics would be of benefit but is not essential as training can be provided.

It is essential that you hold a Level 3 qualification in supporting pupils / Early Years / Childhood studies.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a forward thinking Primary School in Derby. The school was graded as 'Good' with Outstanding features by OFSTED last academic year, and the Senior Leadership team are passionate about achieving success as a whole school. The Early Years provision is well managed by a passionate and creative Early Years Leader and you would be joining a very welcoming team.

If you feel you have the right level of experience for this role and would like to find out more about the position and the school; please contact Robert Hudson on