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FTE salary: £18,887 - £19,650
Actual salary: £11,128 - £11,577
26 hours 15 minutes a week
Monday - Friday 08:30 - 15:00 (15 minute unpaid break and 1 hour unpaid lunch break)
We wish to appoint a Learning Support Assistant to support pupils in year 3 with additional needs. The successful applicant will need to have a patient, positive and kind attitude, with excellent communication skills and a genuine love of working with children. Working as part of a team, you will need to be calm, flexible, dedicated and be able to form positive relationships with staff and children. You will be working with individual pupils and alongside other children in the class to support their learning.
The successful candidate will receive training from the Inclusion team.
If you have any queries regarding the role please contact Vicky Childs, Assistant Headteacher by emailing email@example.com.
We reserve the right to close the post before the date stated above if sufficient applications have been received. We therefore advise that you submit your completed online application form as soon as possible.
All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.
Children and their learning come first. We want our staff to be highly skilled and well equipped to enable then to deliver a programme of learning that challenges and excites young minds. Most of all, we want everyone in the 'Partnership' to want to be the very best they can. Every member of staff, from every area of school, is provided with an opportunity to grow and be a special part of our organisation.
Applications must be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the School
Our school is a four-form entry junior school catering for children from 7-11. We work in close partnership with our neighbouring infant school as well as other local primary schools.
Our school is a calm and purposeful environment where each child is valued and feels part of the school community. We work hard to promote the social, moral and cultural development of children so they develop positive relationships with staff and each other to help them to build confidence, independence and resilience. Our core values of respect, trust, responsibility, courage, perseverance and hope are well known by everyone in our school community and children use these values in all aspects of school life. Our children are happy at school and the staff work hard to ensure that learning is exciting, fun and memorable. We want every child to master the core skills of English and mathematics and for them to learn through a rich and creative curriculum. In short, we want to create a learning community that has every child skipping through our gates each day!