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Teaching Assistant
  • Employer: Jack Tizard School
  • Reference: TLRs/21/167957
  • Published: Thu 07/10/2021, 15:40 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 08/11/2021, 9:00 AM
  • Working Pattern: Part Time, Term Time
  • Hours: 30 hours per week
  • Salary: £16,395 - £16,691 per annum
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Jack Tizard School, Hammersmith & Fulham

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Teaching Assistant


30 hours per week (9am – 3:30pm), 39 weeks p.a.

Actual Salary:  £16,395 - £16,691 per annum

Hourly Rate:  £12.48 - £12.71

Scale 3 / Point 5-6

We are an 'Outstanding School' for pupils aged 3 to 19 years with a range of Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), including Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). Jack Tizard is a happy, friendly school where pupils are encouraged and supported to learn and achieve. Each child and young person within our school is treated as a unique individual and, our multi-disciplinary approach to learning, provides the opportunities for them to reach their full potential.

We are currently looking to recruit a number of friendly, enthusiastic, motivated and reliable people to work as Teaching Assistants.  We can offer you the chance to work as part of a supportive and dedicated staff team, where all individuals are valued and are offered high quality continued professional development. Our school community is diverse and our families are supportive.

Jack Tizard is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; staff share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for successful appointees in accordance with current legislation.

Jack Tizard is well located with excellent transport links and local amenities.

Closing date:                   9am, Monday 8th November 2021  

Interviews:                      Monday 15th November 2021

Start date:                        Immediate        

Mission Statement: Jack Tizard is a positive, happy community, which provides a life enhancing education, supporting each pupil to achieve their greatest potential, always