Teaching Assistant
School Improvement Liverpool
18h ago

About the School

Four Oaks is an inclusive primary school, with high aspirations for all. We have happy, extremely well behaved children and supportive, dedicated staff and governors, catering for pupils from 1 to 11 years old.

End of Key Stage tests and Phonics results are excellent and demonstrate the high quality progress made by pupils.

About the Role

  • To fulfil the requirements set out in the latest Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document.
  • To teach and care for the pupils assigned to you as TA, compliant with the requirements of the EYFS National Curriculum, school aims, policies of the governing body and in pursuit of high standards of pupil achievement.
  • To maintain the positive ethos and core values of the school, both inside and outside the classroom.
  • To share in the corporate responsibility for the well-being and positive behaviour of all pupils.
  • Personal Qualities

    Recognised professional qualification Outstanding’ lesson observations feedback Experience of teaching in EYFS A sound understanding of the curriculum, including the new Ofsted Framework.

    A clear understanding of the most effective delivery of learning opportunities in all its aspects : planning, delivery, marking and assessment.

    Create an optimal learning environment Effective behaviour management strategies Ability to liaise positively with parents, carers or guardians and a clear understanding of their roles Well organised with calm authority.

    Warmth, enthusiasm, humour and sensitivity Polite and welcoming manner Smartly dressed and grammatically well spoken Able to maintain complete confidentiality

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