Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Level 2

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Level 2

This course is available to learners who are interested in working within a school as a teaching assistant, classroom assistant or learning support assistant in key stage 1 and above. This is a competence based qualification which requires learners to be employed or have a placement within a school setting. 

You will need to work or volunteer in a schools for a minimum of 100 hours over the period of the course whilst working towards the OCR level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools. This involves compiling a portfolio of evidence which will be internally assessed and externally verified. 

To be considered for a place on this course you must book and attend 1 pre course information / interview session at 9:30, CALAT Thornton Heath centre on the following date(s) and times:

Tuesday, 5th May 
Tuesday, 19th May 
Tuesday, 2nd June 
Tuesday, 16th June 

Unless you have GCSE English and maths (grades A-C / 9-5) or level 1 / 2 functional skills in both subjects (within 12 months of the session) you will need to take an online English and maths assessment held every Tuesday at 3:15 – 5:15pm. 

To book an information assessment date you will need to register on our website. 

All our courses are currently being delivered remotely. 


Click on the button to book onto an information session this is found in your basket once you have registered. You will then be invited to an online information session with Donna Stone the Curriculum Coordinator once she has received the following: 

Personal Profile 
Application form 
English and Maths results 

If the course displays ‘Full’ or ‘No spaces available’, do continue to register and book the session as we operate a waiting list for places when they become available. To contact a member of staff in the wider schools workforce team call 020 8726 6000 extension 18362. Alternatively email

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Post expires at 2:00pm on Friday September 25th, 2020

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