Eligible working families whose children will be aged between 9 and 23 months old on 31 August can now apply to receive 15 hours childcare starting from September 2024.

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Early Years

SEN 1:1 Teaching Assistant - Jordans School - Jordans

SEN 1:1 Teaching Assistant - Jordans School - Jordans


Experience of EYFS
Experience with children who have additional needs
An inclusive approach

Responsibilities/Extra Information:

As a Teaching Assistant with 1:1 Learning Support responsibilities, you will work with the class teacher and special needs co-ordinator to modify plans, learning resources and care to ensure the child you are working with can access the learning and feel they fully belong in the class.

A typical day:

8:30am Discussions with class teacher & time to modify plans and resources
8:45am Meet child at gate, bring in to class and help get settled for the day. Go through a visual timetable to help the child feel prepared.
9:00am Support in lessons
10:30am Own break and time with colleagues
10:45am Support on the playground during pupil break time
11am Support in lessons
12pm Support during lunchtime
12:30pm Own lunchtime
1:00pm Support the transition from end of play to class time
1:10pm Support in lessons
2:30pm Support in assembly
3pm Discussions / feedback time with class teacher / special needs co-ordinator, time to prepare resources/write up notes
3:30pm Finish

We are a team at Jordans and get to know all of the children around the school, you will be included in all the staff meeting minutes and partake in daily catch-ups and regular teaching assistant meetings to ensure your wellbeing is looked after and that we are doing our best for the children.

Contact: Holly Swain 01494 874217

Please send your CV/Application form to: head@jordans.bucks.sch.uk

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