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Permanent Teaching Assistant Level 2b - closing date 2 September 2022

Summary  

Hillside is a Special School & College for children and young adults with autism. We presently have 100 students ranging from age 3 to 19 years. We look for highly energetic and motivated staff who embrace challenge as we believe in the uniqueness of every student and offer a personalised approach to teaching. More Information about our school and requirements of new staff applicants can be found on our website at www.hillside.lancsngfl.ac.uk. 

The working pattern will be 09:00 to 15:15 Monday to Friday 

What we expect from you: 

A positive attitude to work within a dedicated class team. 

Under the general supervision and direction of the teacher you will be expected to plan and implement learning activities for individuals and groups.  

You will also be required to monitor pupil progress and provide feedback to the class teacher and establish supportive and constructive relationships with pupils, parents and carers. 

Please refer to the job description for a fuller range of duties. 

What you can expect from us: 

An opportunity to work with our wonderful individual children and young adults. 

An opportunity to work towards higher qualifications to assist your progression and annual in-house training to help cement your knowledge. 

Hillside staff have the benefit of membership to the School's Advisory Service health and wellbeing services which includes Wellbeing clinics, Nurse support services, GP phone & video consultations, Counselling and Mindfulness programmes. 

Please make sure you read the information on our Vacancies Page which applies to all school roles.

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Hillside Specialist School and College

Ribchester Road, Longridge,
Preston, Lancashire, PR3 3XB

Liz Ascroft, School Business Manager

T| 01772 782205

E| hillside@hillside.lancs.sch.uk

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