Level 3 Intermediate Apprenticeship in Specialist Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools
An Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools is designed for those who are newly employed with Primary level education.
Subjects you may cover include:
- Schools and organisations
- Contribute to supporting bilingual learners
- Invigilate tests and examinations
- Prepare and maintain learning environments
- Support assessment for learning
- Support children and young people with disabilities and special educational needs
- Support children and young people’s travel outside of the setting
- Support extra-curricular activities
- Support the use of information and communication technology for teaching and learning
- Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care
- Provide support for therapy sessions
At the end of the course, you will gain a NCFE CACHE Level 2 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools qualification. You can then progress onto NCFE CACHE Level 3 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools.
This course will require college attendance. You will receive regular workplace assessments in order to assess competency and you will sit a number of exams during the length of your programme. You will be required to create a portfolio of evidence and to sit functional skill Level 1 Maths and English if you do not have grades C or above.
Grades 4 (C) or above in Maths and English
Length of study:
Henley & City
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