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Leading on Intervention: Managing the work of teaching assistants

A list of key points detailing how to optimize the work of teaching assistants for interventions. Research and evaluation suggests that particular levers need to be in place to ensure that schools and settings benefit fully from the contribution of teaching. The self–evaluation tool; ‘Exploring the key levers’ allows teachers and teaching assistants to assess school progress on each of the key levers. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'. 

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Intervention for teaching assistants: Level 4 in mathematics

Introduces Level 4 Mathematics intervention for teaching assistants. This resource is related to a training module for teaching assistants working as part of mathematics secondary intervention.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Working with teaching assistants in primary schools

Guidance for teachers and support staff on the video on working with the teaching assistants in primary schools. Topics covered include the purpose of the video, background note, content of the video, questions for discussion and a list of related websites.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Secondary intervention: Managing the deployment of teaching assistants

Document which will help decide how to make best use of teaching assistants to support pupils’ learning. Teaching assistants are allocated to subject departments to give general support to teachers and pupils within the subject. These assistants are valued colleagues and usually attend department meetings and training.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Secondary Intervention: Teaching assistants training module – Working with groups

Guidance on teaching assistant training modules in the context of secondary intervention which sets out the different scenarios where creating small groups can benefit pupils. Includes practical examples for wave 1 and wave 2. Material related to group work in general can be downloaded. This page forms part of the Teaching Assistant training modules section of Secondary Intervention.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

“Intervention for teaching assistants: Using comparing and contrasting connectives effectively”

A program session designed to help pupils write better sentences. The objective of the session is to write comparing and contrasting sentences using a variety of connectives. This program session is related to intervention training modules for teaching assistants working with groups. A very important feature of this kind of intervention is that pupils work independently but the teaching assistant sometimes intervenes directly at the point of learning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Working together: Teaching assistants and Assessment for Learning

Materials designed to help develop the role of teaching assistant (TA) by promoting and embedding good practice in Assessment for Learning (AfL) in the classroom.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Secondary Intervention: Teaching assistants training module - Working one to one

Explanation of how individuals are helped by the three Wave models.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Secondary Intervention: mathematics module 6: Working with teaching assistants

Introduction to  module 6: working with teaching assistants. This module is one of nine Key Stage 3 mathematics intervention modules which are standalone except MM8 and MM9 which should be viewed sequentially to gain the most from them.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Teaching assistants' training modules: Reflecting on the mathematics task 2

Training module video for teaching assistants reflecting on the mathematics task.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011