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SEN Learning Support Assistant
Pay Range: Scale 3, Pts 4-5 Actual Salary £13,810.77 (FTE £18,933)
Start date:September 2022
Working hours: 8:30am - 3:30pm
We are seeking to appoint a nurturing and flexible SEN Learning Support Assistant to work as part of our committed team. Experience is welcome but not necessary as we can provide training for the right candidate.
This position would be to work with a pupil with hearing loss.
The successful candidate would ideally have:
* GCSE grade C or Level 2 equivalent in Maths and English
* Experience developing social skills in young children
* Experience supporting children with personal, self-care and independence needs
* Energetic and flexible approach whilst showing determination
* A positive approach to the role and behaviour management strategies and skills
* Knowledge of EYFS and National Curriculum.
Experience is not essential as we can provide training, a wonderful team and an introduction to working in schools. We are looking for someone that shares our positive outlook and passion for providing the highest standards of education.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Closing date:Monay 18th July 2022
Interviews will be arranged after receipt of applications.
Farnham C.E Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our School Community. It is expected that all staff and volunteers share this commitment. We are an equal opportunities employer. This position is subject to safer recruitment procedures, including satisfactory references, medical and enhanced DBS clearance prior to appointment.
Information about the School
We are very proud of our two schools that make up the Federation. They are charming village schools situated in beautiful rural Essex, both with outstanding views of the countryside and both of which form the heart and soul of their respective villages.
Our Schools provide a caring, supportive environment for children to develop a love of learning and respect and understanding for others.
Each child is treated as an individual, with individual needs and abilities, and everyone is encouraged to try to achieve their best and to have high aspirations.
Our schools enable children to become self-confident and resourceful individuals, with a broad and varied skill set, in readiness for the next step of their schooling journey.
The schools share the same vision, values and ethos, which are nurtured in our small school environment.
Our lovely schools are led by our Head Teacher, Mrs Hannah Wheatcroft, who is supported by her dedicated staff and Governing Body
For more information about the school, including our vision and values please visit our school website https://www.federationfarnhamrickling.co.uk/welcome/