Bramley Oak Academy are looking to appoint Teaching Assistants to work within small class teams and the wider school community.
We are a specialist Social, Emotional and Mental Health provision for boys aged 5 - 11. The school is a growing school having recently joined a larger Academy Trust and we are looking for staff to join us this term. The hours for this role are 33 hours per week for 39 weeks per annum.
If you are positive, caring and will champion the needs of the children we are keen to meet you. Although experience in this area would be beneficial, we welcome anyone who is:
• enthusiastic about children, their learning and supporting young people.
• able to work well as a team both in the classroom and across the school.
• able to show confidence and diligence in behaviour management and is resilient
• demonstrates a positive and enthusiastic attitude and the ability to motivate children in their learning.
At Bramley Oak Academy, we have the highest expectations and aspirations for all our students. Our Trust shares our belief that every student should have an equal opportunity to achieve their full potential. We share the drive to ensure that every student’s academic achievements and qualifications matter. We make every effort to ensure that disadvantaged students receive outstanding support and believe that our core principle is to ensure our students make at least good progress as a result of good or outstanding teaching.
We support our staff in their own development through our CPD and training programmes and the role of a Teaching Assistant can be a starting point for progression into teaching and other areas of the school.
Please contact us if you would like to come and visit the school for a tour to learn more about what we do here.
Enhanced DBS, Children’s Barred List and Right to Work in the UK checks are required for this post. Please apply using the application form only, CVs will not be accepted.
Bramley Oak Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applicants from all sectors of the community.