Teaching Assistant, Kings Heath
Would you like to inspire children to be the very best they can be? Are you looking for a rewarding role? Are you looking to work in a lovely primary school? If so, this may well be the job for you!
A wonderful three-form primary school in Kings Heath is currently looking for a Teaching Assistant to join their team. You will be working within a vibrant Year 5 classroom, with lovely, helpful staff.
You probably want to know more about the class you will be with. The class has been described as high attainment with big characters. Behaviour management will be part of your role, ensuring the behaviour policies are followed and positive reinforcement.
The school are looking for the right person with the passion to do their best by the children. The school pride themselves on how friendly the team is and are always on hand to help and support. In this role you will be supporting the teacher within the classroom, ensuring the learning objectives are met and general classroom tasks.
This is initially a 12-week position with the view to then enter on to a permanent role within the school.
Working for Empowering Learning you will gain access to hundreds of CPD courses and have a dedicated consultant.
If you have a passion to help children and support them to always do their best, please get in touch with Sofia on or email your CV to
Join Empowering Learning - in return you will enjoy:
Regular CPD courses available online to continue your professional development.
Smooth and flexible registration process.
Working as part of a great team and having a dedicated and experienced consultant to guide and support you to do the best as you can.
Smooth and easy to use online timesheet system
Join our refer a friend scheme at Empowering Learning which entitles you to a £150 high street voucher for any successful referral (terms and conditions apply)
Competitive rates of pay relevant to your experience.
Potential for long term positions to be extended as well as made permanent dependent on the school and role.