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One to one SEN Support English Teaching Assistant   121TA2021ENG Job description Job description

A rewarding role working one to one with students with special needs.  Directed by the class teacher and the SENCO you will support the children to achieve their potential.  SEN TAs are vital as they offer stability and the close relationship gives the children opportunities to develop their skills more quickly. Experience of working with children with literacy and numeracy difficulties is desirable.

Term time only post and 8 week summer holiday. Local government pension scheme. Free advice and counselling service

Please apply using our application form and send it to

  • Salary: £18933 FTE (£10.40 ph)
  • Location: Culham, Oxfordshire 
  • Contract type: Term Time only, Part-Time, Up to 15 hours pw over 3 days (0.34 of FTE)
  • Commencing 1st September 2021

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Supply Teaching Assistants

We are always looking to strengthen our vital bank of cover staff.  Supply TAs will work in the class as well as supervising children at play, lunch and onto the buses. You may be asked a few days before or get a call in the morning to ask if your are free.

I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the role of a supply TA and arrange a shadow day if you would like to try it out before signing up.

A typical day

Pay rate is £9.36 p.h plus holiday pay

Contract Type: Casual

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Supply Teachers – Stream Languages

We are always looking for qualified teachers who can cover our three language streams (Spanish, French & German) for short term cover work.

Pay rate according to standard teaching pay scale.

Contract Type: Casual

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Volunteering at Europa

Volunteering opportunities

There are a number of volunteering opportunities at the school, for example in the classroom (reading, language support, career days). Parents help out on a regular basis, for example on school trips, during DIY days and with events.

Work Placements and Work Experience

ESUK can offer a limited number of unpaid work placements and work experience in our Primary and Secondary School.

Work Placements

We only consider work placements for those who are studying towards or have gained a teaching qualification. We prefer candidates who can commit to at least 3 months, however, we will consider any over one month.

In Primary, half the week is taught through English and half taught through French, German or Spanish. In Secondary, History and Geography are studied in a second language.  Some of our students require extra language help and the main role of the interns is to aid these students’ progress.  Therefore, we especially welcome candidates with fluent German, French and Spanish. There will be some opportunity to work in the English classes but this will be limited.

The work placement functions range from assisting individual pupils during lessons, to taking part of the lesson, as well as supporting the teacher; some supervisory duties will be included.


Work placement candidates must make their own arrangements for board and lodging, but we are happy to post requests on the parents’ Facebook pages, as our children’s families can sometimes offer accommodation.

Work Experience

Each year we offer work experience to a limited number of students from  local schools.

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Europa School UK is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring) check.

We reserve the right to research applicants on social media platforms and the internet, and the Governing Board  may take this information into consideration during the recruitment process.