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Classroom Assistant - Kickstart Scheme
Seaford, East Sussex, England
£8.20 - £8.21/hour
Unspecified (Part time)
Seaford, 38 week
Hours: 25 hours per week – must be able to work Tuesday 8:30am – 5pm and Fridays until 3:30pm
Salary: £ per hour
Please note that this role is part of the Kickstart scheme – you must be between 16-24 and on universal credit to be eligible for this opportunity. We encourage you to speak to your job coach.
Exciting new roles available to join our education department as part of the Kickstart scheme, where you will be offered the opportunity to learn valuable new skills, access mentoring and coaching and make a real difference to the young people and children who access our services.
* Assist the general supervision of the children and young people by engaging in prescribed activities that promote educational, social, and emotional development. Be willing to support learning by assisting in the preparation of class resources and supporting the CYPs to follow good Covid 19 safety precautions.
* Work with the team in ensuring displays are current, meaningful and follow the display policy. Maintain a supportive, safe, and clean environment. Work with Learning Support Assistance (LSWs) to support individual CYP’s personalised programmes.
* Work closely with the therapy assistants in preparation of resources.
* Begin to understand the relevance of target setting.
* Receive the appropriate training in the procedures and use of equipment to achieve these tasks
* Receive the appropriate level of supervision to ensure the safe operation of these tasks and understanding of the procedures.
We expect the participant to have a desire to work in a school or education setting, have good verbal communication and basic computer skills, English and Maths GCSE or willingness to retake, resilience, a positive, empathetic, and happy attitude and a passion to support young people.
St. John’s is committed to the safeguarding and protection of young people, vulnerable adults and children.
Employment will be subject to the receipt of two satisfactory professional references, an enhanced DBS certificate and occupational health clearance.
We encourage applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion