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Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Job information
Salary HC6 SCP 11-19 - £15,962.44 – 18,702.37 pro-rata per annum
Organisation Herefordshire Pupil Referral Centre (HPRS)
Hours 32.5 hours a week
Term/duration Days required: Weekdays 8.30-3.30 until 31st July 2022
Closing date 12 pm on 19 November 2021
Interview date(s) 1st December

Job details

Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Temporary Maternity Cover 32.5 hours a week – TERM TIME ONLY
Days required: Weekdays 8.30-3.30 until 31st July 2022

HC6 SCP 11-19 - £15,962.44 – 18,702.37 pro-rata per annum

H3 (Hub, Home, Hospital) Teaching Team provides education to students of all Key Stages who are unable to attend mainstream school for medical or mental health reasons. We teach in a variety of locations which are predominately The Hub, a child’s home or on the hospital ward. We teach from 1:1 to small groups and need to be flexible and responsive to the children we are teaching.


Our role is to support young people who are unable to attend mainstream and to reintegrate them back into school or to move them on to a different setting. All pupils attending H3 have been referred by their Consultant Paediatrician or Children & Adult Mental Health Services. The Centre works to ensure that every student is enabled to achieve the best possible outcomes, regardless of health, learning needs or disadvantage.


H3 is part of . HPRS is made up of three centres; St David’s (KS4 PRU), The Aconbury (KS3 PRU) and H3 (All through medical PRU). Each of the three centres has its own Head of Centre each of whom have strategic lead for one or more whole service responsibilities.
The service benefits from a supportive Management Committee, an effective Senior Leadership Team and a dynamic team of experienced, committed staff.
We are now looking to recruit an enthusiastic and committed Higher Level Teaching Assistant to contribute to the vision for the service and support our pupils in a range of subjects, including English and Mathematics, as well as being able to offer pastoral care.

You will be joining a team which works hard to create a positive and caring community that puts children at the heart of everything we do.

Candidates will need to be patient and understanding of difficulties that can be experienced by our pupils and have excellent communication skills. Candidates will also need to:
• Support the education, care and welfare of pupils, under the direction of the Headteacher and other designated teachers.
• Support or deliver education sessions to small groups or on a one-to-one basis at a variety of locations.
• Help pupils overcome barriers to learning.
• Improve pupil’s confidence, motivation, social skills and relationships, enabling them to face new and challenging situations.
• Improve pupil’s attendance and punctuality.
• Work on your own initiative.
• Be a good timekeeper, flexible, accommodating and a team player

Application forms are available from Hoople Recruitment on 01432 383890 or recruitment@hoopleltd.co.uk. Further details are available from Jenny Gaze on 01432 343636.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview.
Closing date: 12:00 noon on 19th November 2021
Shortlisting: 24th November
Interviews: Week commencing 1st December 2021

HPRS is committed to the protection and safety of its pupils and therefore all candidates will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check at Enhanced Level.

For more information contact

For an Application Form please email recruitment@hoopleltd.co.uk


Hoople Ltd is working on behalf of our Client as a Recruitment Agency.