Teaching Assistant Jobs In UK, Enjoy a rewarding education career and have a real impact on children’s and young people’s lives. Join an amazing team creating supportive, nurturing environments where our pupils achieve far more than they ever expected.
As a Teaching Assistant, you will connect directly with the brilliant children and young people we care for, helping to make sure they get the very best from their education. Each individual has a diagnosis of Autism and may have additional needs. They have so much potential, and they will rely on you to guide their learning journeys bespoke to them.
You will help prepare learning materials and run classroom activities, with plenty of hands-on experience and some supervision too. You will take responsibility for their emotional and physical needs, supporting them to develop as individuals and engage with the world.
You will face challenges and overcome them as you flourish and thrive, sharing your skills and learning from others as your career takes you as high as you always dreamed you could go. Every day will be different, but you will have all the support you need, with lots of skills and experience to draw on along with valuable advice and guidance too.
|Hiring Organization||Yiewsley Grange School|
|Post Name||Teaching Assistant|
|Employment Type||Full Time, Part Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||GBP 18734 Per Year|
|Location||Hillingdon, England, United Kingdom UB7 7QP|
Everyone deserves an incredible future!
Become a Teaching Assistant at our school Yiewsley Grange, part of Options Autism, and start working towards yours. At Yiewsley Grange, we provide specialist education for c185 pupils, aged between 3.5 to 19.
Within Yiewsley Grange we deploy a wide range of teaching strategies to engage and develop the progress of learners, who present with a range of learning difficulties and styles. Our students are taught in smaller class sizes and all students work towards an Equals Semi-Formal Curriculum and equivalent qualifications in functional skills.
The site is situated in West Drayton and is commutable from Slough, Windsor, and surrounding areas.
Who we are looking for
You don’t need any experience to join our team. If you come from hospitality, the army, outdoor activity centers, or an office-based job but are eager to help vulnerable children and young people to live happy, fulfilling lives, this is the role for you. We will provide you with full training and development to succeed within your role.
You will be adaptable and ready to work in a variety of classroom roles, both indoors and outside according to individual needs. Taking a responsive and caring approach, you may be running classroom activities, leading outdoor experiences, or supervising children as they explore further afield.
Our schools are built on great teamwork and mutual support. If you enjoy working as part of a dedicated team, sharing knowledge, experience, and learning, simply fill in our safeguarding-compliant application form and a member of our team will be in touch.
Why join Options Autism?
- £18,734 per annum
- 38.5 hours per week
- Term Time Only
Your health and wellbeing are important to us, so you’ll get an exceptional reward package including:
- Life Assurance
- Pension scheme with options to increase your contributions
- “Your Wellbeing Matters” – access to a wide range of first-class mental health support services and physical health checks
And a market-leading benefit offering through our Flexible Benefits Platform, Vista, enables you to choose the package that’s right for you, including:
- A wide range of health, wellbeing, and insurance benefits
- 100’s of discount options valid in the UK and abroad
- Cycle to Work Schemes
- Electric Car Purchase Scheme
- Critical illness cover
And that’s not all, we place the outcomes of the children and vulnerable young adults in our services at the heart of everything we do, so you’ll wake every day in the knowledge that your role will have a significant positive impact on the lives of others.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be subject to a fully enhanced DBS, which must be registered on the update service.