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QUALITY OF EDUCATION - OUTSTANDING (OFSTED 2020)
SIXTH FORM - OUTSTANDING (OFSTED 2020)
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT - OUTSTANDING (OFSTED 2020)
STUDENT SUPPORT ASSISTANT - BAND 3 Points 6-17
Salary Range ( £16,692 to £20,755)
REQUIRED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
37 Hours per week
Term time + 2 weeks = 40 working weeks p/a
Moulsham High School is a high performing comprehensive school that was ranked fifth in Essex in the 2019 performance tables. 'Behaviour is calm and the atmosphere is productive and positive, making it a nice place to be' (Ofsted 2020). Leaders have a genuine commitment to the well-being and development of all staff.
We are looking for an LSA or HLTA with substantial secondary school experience to complete our Student Support Team as Student Support Assistant. Working with the SENCO and Student Support Lead, the successful candidate will be accountable for the ensuring that the statutory requirements for EAL students are met and responsible for the academic intervention of SEND students who spend time in our Student Support Centre. Experience of liaising effectively with parents to achieve the best possible outcomes for SEND students is essential.
As visits to the school are not currently possible, potential applicants are welcome to contact Liam O'Leary, Assistant Headteacher by email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an informal conversation about the post.
Closing date: Monday, 25th May 2020 at noon.
Application form and further details are available from www.moulshamhigh.org or www.bridgeacademytrust.org or from
Kevin Adams, HR Manager, at email@example.com
This Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The Bridge Academy Trust welcomes applications from those of all backgrounds, faiths and ethnic groups.
Information about the School
Moulsham High School has an excellent academic record, a genuine commitment to the welfare and development of staff, and high expectations of student behaviour. The school was inspected in October 2015 and was described as Good overall, with the potential to move to outstanding.