Charlotte Hume presents a...
- Education Professionals
Take a look at the work of three HLTAs at Rosset High School in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, and at the wide range of rewarding opportunities that exist for them.
Four years ago there were no HLTAs at the school, but now there are five of them, working alongside around 80 teachers.
Follow the HLTAs as they work within the school's inclusion unit, helping pupils with literacy and helping to teach pupils with English as an additional language.
The school's head and senior teaching staff describe the value and importance of the HLTA role, explaining how they can offer specialised services towards the school's personalised learning programme.
Part of the series: Resource Review (Secondary)