Organisation Name: Carlisle Infant School
Phone No: 020 8979 3019
Apprenticeship Pathway: Teaching Assistant Level 3 – Standard
Contacts: Danielle Fawcett, School Business Manager
E-mail: d.fawcett@nullhamptonhill.richmond.sch.uk
Address: Broad Lane, Hampton, Middlesex TW12 3AJ
Employer Description: State Maintained Primary School
Hours of Work: Monday – Friday from 10am to 6pm with 30 minutes for lunch
Annual Holiday Entitlement: term time only plus 2 weeks (40 weeks)
Pay: £181 per week
Position Title: Teaching Assistant Apprentice

Start: September 2022

Job Responsibilities

  • To assist with planning, sourcing, setting up and implementing pupil activities or support programmes
  • Enable access to learning for all pupils
  • Provide general support and supervision offering an appropriate level of support to the class
    teacher/club manager in the management and organisation of resources and the teaching area
  • Support in behaviour management and reinforcing agreed policies and procedures
  • Support in the development of other key skills which aid pupils’ learning experience
  • Help translate tasks at pupil level by restructuring them into achievable steps
  • Take appropriate action related to any pupil concerns, problems or emergencies that occur in
    accordance with the School’s policies and procedures and helping to care for unwell children
  • Providing support in the after school club, 3 hours per day
  • Provide general administrative support e.g. photocopying, filing, laminating, collecting money etc.
  • Provide general organisation support to the school e.g. duties and educational visits

Skills & Abilities required

1. Good IT, Literacy and Numeracy Skills
2. Understanding of relevant policies, codes of practice & awareness of relevant legislation

3. General understanding of national curriculum & other basic learning programmes/strategies
4. Basic understanding of child development & learning & an ability to relate well to children & adults
5. Ability to self-evaluate learning needs and actively seek learning opportunities
6. Ability to use own initiative, be organised and communicate effectively and with enthusiasm
7. Work constructively as part of a team, understanding classroom roles & responsibilities & your own
position within these
8. Able to understand the importance of being punctual & the impact absence has on effectiveness of the