Inclusion Teaching Assistant – Behavioural Support

Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-57762
Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire bd2 UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £300 to £400 per Week

Inclusion Teaching Assistant – Behavioural Support

An incredible provision in Bradford is looking for a caring, compassionate, and dedicated graduate to assist in their alternative provision unit. The role involves supporting the class teacher and other members of the teaching team in providing and promoting an environment suitable for the development of pupils, with the focus of supporting a specific pupils with challenging behaviour during various stages of development in order to help them attain their full potential.

Are you passionate about ensuring that pupil’s personal, social and emotional and learning needs?

Do you have a caring nature, kind personality and experience supporting people with challenging behaviour?

Perhaps you’re interested in pursuing a career Education, working with young people, or in Educational Psychology?

If you have been reading this and thinking ‘this sounds like me’, then don’t hesitate and click ‘apply now’ to begin your Inclusion Teaching Assistant application today!

Inclusion Teaching Assistant – Behavioural Support – The Role:

  • Working in the alternative provision unit – 11-16 years old
  • Plan, deliver and run intervention sessions as an Inclusion Teaching Assistant
  • Tailor and adapt to specific student’s needs
  • Supporting pupils with challenging behaviour
  • Communicate effectively with both staff and parents
  • Immediate start

Inclusion Teaching Assistant – Behavioural Support – Benefits:

  • £300 – £350 weekly term time rate
  • No Supply – Inclusion Teaching Assistant based in one provision for the remainder of the academic year
  • Long-term, full-time role in the same school
  • Build a relationship with your team and students
  • Ideal experience for aspiring teachers/Ed psychologists
  • Interviewing now!

Inclusion Teaching Assistant – Behavioural Support – Person Specification

  • 2:1 or above degree in a core subject or Psychology
  • Strong academic background prior to university
  • Experience working with young people
  • Experience working with people with challenging behaviour
  • Compassionate and caring
  • Passionate about learning & education

If you’re interested in applying for this Graduate Inclusion Teaching Assistant role, please register your interest by clicking ‘apply now’ and sending your CV across to Demi at i-teachers.


Posted On: 13/10/2022
Recruiter: i-teachers

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