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Teaching Assistant - Autistic Resourced Provision - deadline 15 March by 12pm

Teaching Assistant for Autistic Resourced Provision

Band 1, Level 1

Permanent Position

Term Time only (32.5 hours per week – 39 weeks per year)

Actual Salary: £21,934 (Full time equivalent £28,128) 

Immediate start or as soon as possible


The Headteacher and governors of Hallfield Primary School are seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant for our Autistic Resourced Provision  (3-5 year olds).


This person will play a key role in supporting the teaching and learning needs of our Autism specialist provision (8-16 nursery & reception aged children with Autism or on a pathway to receiving a diagnosis of Autism).


If you are excited by thinking innovatively, working as part of an effective team and confident to embrace change, then we would welcome an application from you.


You will be able to demonstrate that you can engage and inspire pupils, set high expectations and have the ability and drive to raise standards.


You will be supported by our Board of Governors and colleagues in all aspects of your professional development, and will be warmly greeted by our pupils and parents alike.


The job description with person specification and the application form can be downloaded from this page.


Please send completed Application forms can be sent to Visits to the school are warmly welcome.


Closing date for applications: Friday 15 March 2024

Interviews: Monday 18 March 2024. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



We are committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. As such there may be additional safeguarding requirements and responsibilities depending on the nature of the role advertised and the extent to which the role will involve contact with children. We expect all staff to share our commitment to safeguarding. 


A professional social media check will take place to reduce risks to reputation, confidentiality breach and data security. The check identifies a candidate's online presence to look for negative behaviours such as bullying, racism, nudity and excessive bad language.


The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. 


This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020, as the work brings employees into contact with children who are regarded by the Act as a vulnerable group. Applicants for any role at Hallfield Primary School must disclose all spent and unspent convictions.