SEND Teaching Assistant

Ninestiles Academy
Up to £10,000
21 Sep 2020
23 Sep 2020
Contract Type
Part Time
Reed Education have been given an outstanding opportunity to work in partnership with The Summit Learning Trust and are the Managed Service Provider for all their temporary recruitment across the schools in different locations within Birmingham and Solihull.

The Trust was set up in 2012 as the Ninestiles Academy Trust and now has a portfolio of 7 schools and a 6th form college, providing continual ambition, support and direction on achieving the highest standards of teaching and learning within each individual entity.

Ninestiles School

Ninestiles are a secondary school based in Acocks Green, Birmingham who are dedicated to providing their students with an enriched education that allows them to thrive socially and academically. They are extremely passionate about removing barriers to learning and enabling exceptional opportunities for students to excel and fulfil their potential. They embed their core values of respect, commitment and achievement throughout their school, driven by the dedicated and highly skilled staff they employ. In their most recent OFSTED Observation in December 2019, Ninestiles was rated 'Good’ and praised for their dedication to enable children to succeed in their learning through teacher’s exceptional subject knowledge and tenacity to ensure pupils are developing their knowledge and skills in each subject area.

A Teacher supplied to Ninestiles on a long-term placement highlighted the school as "A great thriving school with a fantastic principal. The students are engaging and have a curiosity for learning"

Ninestiles Academy are currently seeking a Teaching Assistant to work within their school on a long-term basis for an immediate position up until Christmas initially, with the potential for extension for the right individual.

The school are looking for an individual with;
  • Experience of supporting pupils with speech, language and communication needs including autism
  • Experience of working with pupils with cognition and learning needs thereby able to collaborate with teachers to differentiate/ scaffold learning tasks and activities for pupils working significantly below age related expectations
  • An understanding of pupils’ sensory differences
  • Experience of helping pupils to understand and regulate their emotional responses and develop a greater sense of self-awareness, independence and resilience.
  • Working knowledge of a range of interventions and approaches to enhance literacy and numeracy development.

If you are available immediately and would like to find out further information about this opportunity, then get in contact with the Birmingham Education team