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Scale Band 3 points 4-5. 27.5 hours starting iro £12,247TERM TIME ONLY PLUS HOLIDAY PAY
Our federation of small village schools is looking for an experienced Learning Support Assistant based at St Giles', who has the dedication and creativity to help all our children achieve their full potential and to support wider school life, including at lunch times. This role has been specifically developed to provide extra support to our classes.
You will have suitable qualities, qualifications and skills to join the school class teams, supporting the SEN team, working together to deliver a first class learning experience for our children.
Flexiblity, adaptablilty and an understanding of the different provision needed for all primary aged children is key.
Do you have the skills to help structure learning within mixed year group classes including additional needs?
Would you like to join a staff team base with great team spirit?
The ideal candidate will
· Have experience of working in a Primary school/ with Primary school aged children with a range of additional needs
· Qualified to Level 3 or equivalent
· Have a good standard of maths and English (preferably GCSE Grade C or above)
· Be able to follow direction but must be pro-active and use own initiative
· Have an understanding of child development
· Be able to foster positive relationships with children and colleagues
Please see attached advert and job desription for full details
Information about the School
St Giles’ C of E Primary School is a unique and inspirational school where our children, parents and staff are at the heart of all we do. St. Giles’ Primary School is part of The Federation of St. Giles’ and St. Andrew’s Schools, a professional community that works together in a co-operative and collaborative way. Our team of professionals work together to develop new solutions that enhance our approach to teaching and learning. We nurture the development of knowledge, creativity, skills and understanding to help our children develop into happy, healthy, caring and successful citizens. We do this in a safe and positive learning environment where individuals are valued and able to achieve their full potential.
Please visit our website www.sggm.sgasa.uk for more information about our school, or please phone St Giles’ office on 01787 460481.