Interventions Teaching Assistant

Posted 23 April 2024
Salary £100 - £105 per day
Job type Contract
Discipline Primary Education
Contact NameCarly Walters

Job description

Interventions Teaching Assistant


£100-£105 a day

ASAP Start

Long Term Role

Remedy Education are currently in Partnership with a fantastic two-form entry primary school in Lewisham that are eagerly seeking an Interventions Teaching Assistant to join their team ASAP. The role will entail delivering 1:1 interventions with a Year 4 child currently working at KS1 levels, supporting them towards their learning targets and helping to improve attainment. As well as 1:1 interventions, you will also be supporting children across KS2 with group interventions in areas including Literacy and Maths.

To apply to this Intervention Teaching Assistant role you will need the following:

  • Teaching assistant Level 3 qualification or equivalent
  • Experience conducting interventions / providing tutoring sessions
  • Be able to build effective relationships with children

Responsibilities as an Intervention Teaching Assistant:

  • Assisting in the delivery of effective intervention teaching on a one-to-one basis or in small groups.
  • Helping with the planning and delivery of lessons.
  • Supporting pupils in relation to their educational and behavioural development.
  • Encourage children's development and learning
  • Keep accurate reports on children's progress, regularly updating the school SENCO

The Benefits:

  • £320-£350 weekly take home
  • Dedicated consultant
  • 24/7 support
  • Free ongoing CPD training including Safeguarding Training
  • Only Long Term to Permanent Roles

This full-time role is a great opportunity for experienced Teaching Assistants looking for a change of environment and career progression, as well as recent graduates with teaching aspirations looking to gain some classroom-based experience. The school are eager for the successful candidate to start ASAP and trial days are already underway! The position will run until the end of the academic year at a minimum with the potential to become a permanent role for the right candidate.