Early Years Teaching Assistant

  • Organisation: Kitebrook Preparatory School
  • Location: Gloucestershire
  • Tenure: Full-time / Term Time
  • Closing Date: Sunday 12 February 2023

Applications invited from qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic Teaching Assistants to support the learning of our Early Years pupils. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a flourishing, innovative environment.

Set in the idyllic Cotswolds, Kitebrook provides an outstanding all-round co-educational education where children are allowed to develop at their own pace in a happy and supportive environment that inspires self-confidence and a sense of independence. Kitebrook takes pupils from the age of 3 - 13

Post: Full Time Early Years Teaching Assistant with Early Years experience

Responsible to: Head of Early Years

Purpose of the role: Support Class Teachers and children in Pre-School, based in our Early Years department.

Applications invited from qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic Teaching Assistants to support the learning of our Early Years pupils. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a flourishing, innovative environment.

Responsibilities

Curriculum

Prepare suitable focus activities and select appropriate books and materials for pupils, taking into consideration the provision for able and less able pupils in liaison with the Learning Development Department

Assist in the monitoring and evaluation for effective delivery of the curriculum

Keep abreast of the latest developments in teaching within the EYFS

Administration

Being a Keyworker which will involve; observing the children, completing learning journals regularly and write termly progress summaries for each individual child

Help to organise departmental resources

Assist in the organisation residential visits and trips where appropriate

Assist in carrying out observations for key worker pupils and updating Learning Journey’s

Contact with Parents

Liaison with parents in relation to academic and behavioural matters

Attending relevant parents’ meetings and being available to meet with parents at other times, where necessary

Discipline

Ensuring that members of the class maintain a high standard of appearance and behaviour; liaising with the Head of Early Years if there are breaches of school discipline

Helping to keep classrooms tidy and in good order with changed displays

It is essential for staff to take an active part in the extra-curricular life of the school

Applications invited from qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic Teaching Assistants to support the learning of our Early Years pupils. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a flourishing, innovative environment.


Description

Set in the idyllic Cotswolds, Kitebrook provides an outstanding all-round co-educational education where children are allowed to develop at their own pace in a happy and supportive environment that inspires self-confidence and a sense of independence. Kitebrook takes pupils from the age of 3 - 13

Post: Full Time Early Years Teaching Assistant with Early Years experience

Responsible to: Head of Early Years

Purpose of the role: Support Class Teachers and children in Pre-School, based in our Early Years department.

Applications invited from qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic Teaching Assistants to support the learning of our Early Years pupils. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a flourishing, innovative environment.

Responsibilities

Curriculum

Prepare suitable focus activities and select appropriate books and materials for pupils, taking into consideration the provision for able and less able pupils in liaison with the Learning Development Department

Assist in the monitoring and evaluation for effective delivery of the curriculum

Keep abreast of the latest developments in teaching within the EYFS

Administration

Being a Keyworker which will involve; observing the children, completing learning journals regularly and write termly progress summaries for each individual child

Help to organise departmental resources

Assist in the organisation residential visits and trips where appropriate

Assist in carrying out observations for key worker pupils and updating Learning Journey’s

Contact with Parents

Liaison with parents in relation to academic and behavioural matters

Attending relevant parents’ meetings and being available to meet with parents at other times, where necessary

Discipline

Ensuring that members of the class maintain a high standard of appearance and behaviour; liaising with the Head of Early Years if there are breaches of school discipline

Helping to keep classrooms tidy and in good order with changed displays

It is essential for staff to take an active part in the extra-curricular life of the school


Kitebrook Preparatory School

Kitebrook Preparatory School
Little Compton, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 0RP

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