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/ Early Years Teaching Assistant

Position:Teaching Assistant
Contract type:Temp/Contract
School:Community Primary and Nursery school, Peacehaven
Area: Peacehaven, East Sussex
Salary: £85

Sussex Teachers are working in partnership with a large community primary school in Peacehaven to find a Reception / Early Years teaching assistant to join their team as soon as possible. Working Monday – Friday (30 hours a week) You will be paid between £80 - £85 per day according to your previous experience. 

You will be joining a large community primary school with a strong and supportive staff team. Children are enthusiastic and eager to learn and are very proud of their school and their community. Located on the south coast, 7 miles from central Brighton, the school is easily accessed via public transport with regular buses from the town centre. 

Supporting learners aged 4 – 5 years old, no two days will be the same! Educating within the Early Years will involve fun and creative lessons with play-based learning activities. You will significantly contribute to children’s development and learning with imaginative play and exploration of their environment; both in and outside the classroom. Supporting the class teacher, you encourage children to learn new skills, overcome challenges and grow into engaged and enthusiastic learners. 


  • Assist in the delivery of inspiring and exciting lessons, promoting high expectations for achievement and behaviour.
  • Contribute to the promotion of inclusive education, helping to create a supportive and nurturing classroom environment. 


  • Recent experience working with children, either within a classroom, nursery, medical or care home setting. 

If you would like to work with happy and engaged children in an exciting and creative environment, get in touch with Kim Taylor on 01273 626800 or whatsapp on 07800 573023 for a chat about this role. Alternatively email over your CV, a previous application or request a call back by clicking ‘Apply for this job’.

Sussex Teachers is an equal opportunities employer and are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where all employees and candidates are treated with respect, dignity, and fairness. We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or age. 

Sussex Teachers is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of our employees to share in this commitment. Our vetting process follows the DfE's Safer Recruitment and Keeping Children Safe in Education guidelines, and these requirements will be discussed with you prior to registration. 

This role does not meet the requirement for UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) Points-based Immigration System. Successful candidates will need to evidence that they have the Right to Work in the UK.

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Why Sussex Teachers?

Work with an independently owned, specialist recruitment agency who are proud to offer an honest, fair, and local service that benefits both our schools and teaching team.

Free training and professional development opportunities once registered, with "CPD" certified Safeguarding and Child Protection in Schools training as standard.

Be supported by a specialist primary teaching consultant who is on hand for feedback and advice before, during and after this placement.

Weekly pay through "Pay As You Earn", with your income tax and National Insurance contributions deducted from your salary before you receive it. Our payroll team will calculate the correct amount of deductions, saving you additional stress and unexpected end-of-year tax bills.

Opportunity to "Opt-in" to Nest Pension scheme, a portable, government scheme that offers a range of investment options, including ethical and socially responsible funds. As your employer, Sussex Teachers will contribute towards your Nest pension after 3 months of service.