This is an exciting opportunity to join our expanding school. We are seeking inspiring and committed Teaching Assistants.
Broomhill Bank School is not just a place to teach, but to educate. Through a whole school holistic approach, we focus on both academic and wider skills to prepare and develop every child for their life ahead.
Our students are aged 11-19 years and all have an Education, Health & Care Plan; they have communication and interaction difficulties, often related to Autism. With class sizes of 10 and with additional adult support, we tailor our curriculum and classroom delivery to every student’s individual needs. Our students make good progress thanks to the high-quality teaching and because we are a multi-agency team working alongside our Speech & Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Pastoral Team and Residential Team.
We welcome Teaching Assistants at any stage of their career, from mainstream or special education as we provide a programme of specialist training for all new members of staff, in addition to our ongoing CPD programme.
Broomhill Bank School is committed to recruiting talented, highly skilled Teaching Assistants.
We are looking for Teaching Assistants who:
Believe, inspire, achieve and motivate students to learn Enjoy working and forging positive relationships with young people Provide a model of excellence in terms of teaching & learning and role modelling. Have an enthusiasm for new approaches and implementation of your ideas Are reflective practitioners with a “can do” approach to teaching and with a passion to raise standards Have the ability to support all children to explore and reach their full potential, and become well rounded, well balanced and confident people Are ambitious, professional and are committed to further personal development Are committed to working as part of a dynamic team of professionals both in and out of the classroom.
In return we can offer you:
To be part of a resilient and talented body of staff who work tirelessly every day to transform the lives of young people To work in a collaborative and supportive team who remain calm, positive and creative which promotes unity as we resolve emerging challenges together Staff development which is key to our school improvement plan. Expectations are high and there is an array of bespoke support and development opportunities available through our excellent CPD Programme consisting of Twilight sessions, online learning and academic courses Kent Rewards Scheme, Kent Child Care Vouchers scheme, Local Government Pension Scheme.
If you have the enthusiasm and desire to work as part of an exceptionally supportive staff team in our highly successful special school, we would welcome your application.