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Teaching Assistant - Immediate Start

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Education, Primary Schools

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  • Salary:

    £65.00 - £80.00

  • Contact:

    David Robson

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    07985 200979

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  • Published:

    7 days ago

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We are currently supporting a fantastic mainstream primary school in Cambridge who are looking for a Teaching Assistant to join their team. This role has an immediate start Monday 14th June and will be working for a school who go above and beyond when it comes to supporting learners. The school is very organised and does all it can to support staff and pupils to ensure they are as inclusive as possible.

As a Teaching Assistant your responsibilities will include:

  • Providing educational support.

  • Providing support with pupil’s emotional wellbeing.

  • Working closely with parents, carers, and other staff to ensure the pupil is engaged in learning.

  • Supporting pupil on a 1:1 when needed and within class.

We are keen to speak to people about this Teaching Assistant role with the following skills and experience:

  • Be committed to striving to ensure every pupil receives a platform for education.

  • Experience in supporting a learner with emotional and educational needs.

  • Supporting teaching and learning certificates.

  • Enhanced DBS on the update service or certificate printed within the last 12 months.

Teaching Assistant benefits include:

  • Dedicated consultant to assist you throughout the process.

  • Online application process.

  • Weekly pay (PAYE)

  • Online timesheet portal (when working for Inspire EHC)

  • Friendly/honest team

  • Help you develop your career not just find you a job

If this sounds like the Teaching Assistant role for you, click the apply link online and send an updated copy of your CV today!

All applicants are subject to a satisfactory enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and at least two independent references.