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Teaching Assistant In Academics,Sheffield, England

Company Description :

Academics was established in 2002 and specialises in providing daily supply, short term, long term and permanent recruitment solutions to schools across the UK. We currently operate across nine UK offices and one office in Australia, employing 75 staff. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Servoca PLC, one of the UK's leading public sector recruitment organisations, and are quoted on the AIM stockmarket.

As a national agency, our consultants have comprehensive head office support but their approach to education recruitment is still very personal. This one to one service is something that will continue throughout both the recruitment process, and any subsequent placement with us. Academic’s consultants understand that a good relationship is the key to a successful working partnership. Based in offices across the UK, from Portsmouth to Newcastle, our consultants herald from a range of personal and work backgrounds. If you’d like to know more about your local team, take a look at our Meet the Teams section.

The majority of our business is working with UK schools and UK based teachers. However, we recognise that in certain areas there is a shortage of good quality teachers in the UK and this is likely to grow. Academics has an International team, including staff in our Melbourne office, recruiting well qualified, good quality teachers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland for work in UK schools.


Jobs Qualification & Responsibilities :




1 Support for Pupils

* To support pupils' development and promote independence in a safe, secure, challenging

environment employing strategies to recognise and reward achievement of self-reliance

* To support the learning of individual and groups of pupils as identified in the weekly

curriculum planning and to act as a role model, setting high expectations

* To focus on individual pupils to ensure their needs are being met within the group
* To work with other staff to develop and implement the IEPs for pupils
* To encourage pupils to interact and work co-operatively with others
* To observe, record and support the development and progress of pupils to identify individual

needs and difficulties and to feed back to pupils in relation to their progress and achievement

* To promote the inclusion and acceptance of all pupils within the classroom
* To meet the physical/medical needs of the pupil according to a pupil's individual care plan

whilst encouraging independence wherever possible. Medical needs include the administration

of medicines by mouth or other medical procedures provided appropriate training has been

given by an appropriate person.

* To participate in pupils' play and extend and stimulate language through conversation

2 Support for Teachers

* To plan with teachers the daily/weekly programme of lessons, activities and events in order to

support pupils and adjust lessons/work plans as appropriate

* Occasional supervision of the class in the course of short term absences of teachers and to

provide cover for PPA time, focusing on maintaining good order and to keep pupils on task

under the guidance of teaching staff and within an agreed system of supervision

* To liaise with other professionals to ensure an appropriate learning environment
* To set out, prepare, use and tidy equipment
* To promote home school partnerships
* To listen, support and discuss issues sensitively with parents and carers under the teacher's

supervision and to participate in feedback sessions/meetings with parents

* To monitor and evaluate pupil's responses to learning activities through observation and

planned recording of achievement against pre-determined learning objectives


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