|School||Islamia Primary School|
|Address||129 Salusbury Road, London, NW6 6PE|
|Tel||020 7372 2532 |
|Head Teacher||Mr Shiraz Khan|
|Job title||Teaching Assistant|
|Salary||Scale 3 SP6 + London Weighting|
|Closing date||Until Vacancies are filled|
|Interview date||Until Vacancies are filled|
|How to apply|| |
All applicants will be asked for:
To strive to provide the best education in a secure Islamic environment through the application of the Qur’an and Sunnah.
Islamia Primary School (established on 1983) is a two form entry faith based voluntary-aided school situated in North West London. We are a consistently ‘Good’ school aspires to be nothing short of excellent in all aspects of school life and we work hard to nurture and produce a generation that contributes positively to the wider community.
We are on a journey to become an ‘Outstanding’ school and the school is seeking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic to join our highly dedicated team. The prospective candidate should be an ambitious, energetic and outstanding primary practitioner.
- A positive and caring ethos and working atmosphere
- Friendly children, eager to learn and achieve
- A committed, enthusiastic and supportive staff team
- Excellent support from the Governing Body, the staff and parents
- An excellent opportunity for professional and career development
If you feel you have the enthusiasm and commitment to contribute to the ongoing development of this successful, friendly and supportive school, we would like to hear from you. Islamia Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education Legislation.
To work in partnership with class teachers to support learning in line with the national curriculum, codes of practice and School policies and procedures.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Personal Care
- Safeguarding of all children in their care
- Enabling inclusion and access to education for the child in their care
- Protecting the emotional wellbeing of the children in their care
- Phonics and numeracy support
- Measuring and recording progress for children in their care
- Working with individuals or small groups of children under the direction of teaching staff.
- Implement planned learning activities/teaching programmes as agreed with the teacher adjusting activities according to pupils’ responses as appropriate.
- Establish positive relationships with pupils supported.
- Support pupils with activities which support literacy and numeracy skills.
- Support the use of ICT in the classroom and develop pupils’ competence and independence in its use.
- Promote positive pupil behaviour in line with School policies and help keep pupils on task.
- Interact with, and support pupils, according to individual needs and skills
- Promote the inclusion and acceptance of children with special needs within the classroom ensuring access to lessons and their content through appropriate clarification, explanation and resources.
- Participate in planning and evaluation of learning activities with the teacher, providing feedback to the teacher on pupil progress and behaviour.
- Monitor and record pupil activities as appropriate writing records and reports as required.
- Provide feedback to pupils in relation to attainment and progress under the guidance of the teacher.
- To support learning by arranging/providing resources for lessons/activities under the direction of the teacher.
- To attend to pupils’ personal needs including help with social, welfare and health matters, including minor first aid.
- To assist with the preparation, maintenance and control of stocks of materials and resources.
- Assist with the development and implementation of individualised programs, e.g. Education & Health Care Plan (EHCP).
- Liaise with other staff and provide information about pupils as appropriate.
- To assist with the display and presentation of pupils’ work.
- To supervise pupils for limited and specified periods including break-times when the postholder should facilitate games and activities.
- To assist with escorting pupils on educational visits.
- A willingness to undertake lunchtime duties on a contracted regular basis
The duties above are neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the post holder may be required by the Head teacher to carry out appropriate duties within the context of the job, skills and grade.
- Fully committed to improving standards and taking an active part in the school life
- Keen to develop and share children’s knowledge and expertise
- A good communicator
- Able to liaise well with colleagues
- An excellent practitioner, willing to work and learn as part of a team
Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.