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Broomgrove Junior School is looking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant to work on a one-to-one basis. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, passionate and open minded to working with students who have special needs.
We need someone who:
is committed to pupils' learning and well-being
is friendly and can work as part of a team
has empathy and can understand varying perspectives
has experience of working with pupils, particularly those with special educational needs, including Autism
enjoys working in a culturally diverse community
has at least NVQ level 2 qualifications in English and Mathematics
has an interest in drama
We can offer you:
a happy and friendly environment
a positive, friendly and supportive staff team
support and training opportunities to develop your full potential
The hours are 21 per week (mornings), Monday to Friday and term time only.
Information about the School
Broomgrove Junior School is a two-form entry school with eight classes catering for children aged 7-11 yrs. The school was opened in 1971 and shares its site with Broomgrove Infants’ School.
The school is proud to call itself ‘inclusive’ and aims to make provision for the needs of every individual child. Continuing provision for children with SEND is facilitated by the fact that we work closely with the infants school.
The school is ever mindful of the need to maintain and improve standards in the core subjects but it is also committed to the delivery of a creative curriculum. It is also committed to extra-curricular activities during lunch-times and after-school which are offered to all children by staff and external providers, ranging from sport to music, art and gardening.
The school participates in many local community events such as the children displaying their work in the library and at the station and the choir singing at the parish church on special occasions. The school is also hired out in the evenings to several local groups.
Along with other local Primary and Junior schools, Broomgrove Junior School has strong links with the Colne Community School and College in Brightlingsea, the local secondary school. This includes participation in music and sporting events, and specific festivals organised by the Colne for their linked schools. Within this cluster of schools, training is shared by both staff and governors. The Mid Tendring Education Partnership provides many traded services which support the school in a variety of ways.