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Higher Level Teaching Assistant

KS2 Higher Level Teaching Assistant | April – Ongoing

Location: Wembley, Brent

Full-time 5 days/week – Salary based on experience


Are you an experienced Higher Level Teaching Assistant who is looking for a new opportunity this summer? If so, we want to hear from you today.

Teach Plus are currently working with a 3-form entry, vibrant and diverse primary school located in the heart of Brent who are seeking a KS2 Higher Level Teaching Assistant to join them from April onward.

The school is an ambitious primary school that strives for high standards form all pupils and staff members, they promote a progressive curriculum and academic excellence and have a strong focus on the wellbeing and mental health for the whole community of the school.


As a Higher Level Teaching Assistant you will be expected to:

  • Establish positive relationships with the pupils, parents, class teachers and other members of staff across the school
  • Deliver lessons to whole classes across KS2, using plans provided from the class teachers
  • Deliver interventions in English, Maths and other subjects to small groups of children
  • Support the class teacher with planning activities and resources for the classrooms


The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience working in across KS2
  • Excellent knowledge of the UK National Curriculum
  • Experience covering whole classes in the teachers absence
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate with the Update Service
  • Right to work in the UK


Apply today with an updated CV to be considered for an interview ASAP!

We look forward to receiving your application.

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Teach Plus is a 5 star, Google rated, London Based education recruitment agency. Our passion is to provide candidates with an excellent service in helping them find a new role, our candidate journey is what makes us stand out above the rest. We prioritise ongoing assistance and support to help with your career in education, we have strong long lasting relationships with primary schools across London.