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32.5 hours per week, term time plus non-pupil days. Hours 8.30 to 3.30.
A great opportunity has arisen for a specialist behaviour support role to work with children with Social Emotional Mental Health Needs in an innovative provision named GROW which works with schools to prevent permanent exclusion.
We are looking to appoint a positive, enthusiastic and committed LSA to work in our provision based at White Hall Academy in Clacton on Sea. You will be an employee of Learning Pathways Academy Trust but your role will based in the on-site GROW provision at White Hall Academy. The role will be to support pupils who are referred into the provision.
Are you ready for an exciting new challenge supporting the needs of children?
If you have the skills and values of working in such a provision, then this may be for you. You will need bags of energy, patience and resilience and be able to work in a small team. Training around Trauma Perceptive Practice, Attachment and, Bruce Perry's 6 Core Strengths will be provided with other CPD opportunities.
Originally set up in 2011, GROW is an alternative education provision for a small number of children who are not learning and/or progressing in their current school because of the barriers caused by behaviour, emotional needs or social difficulties. GROW provides each child with a curriculum planned for their individual needs which is monitored and reviewed carefully. Links to the referring school continue throughout the placement. Children will work within the designated GROW space and within an identified mainstream class in the school leading to full reintegration back to their home school.
This post is offered in line with the current Essex Local Authority funding agreement.
For further information about GROW please look at the website www.growessex.uk or regarding the role contact Tracy Baker, HR Manager - email@example.com
Information about the School
White Hall Academy is a large primary school at the heart of the local community. It is part of the Learning Pathways Academy Trust, which has partnership at the heart of its ethos. We are rated 'Good' by Ofsted and are now working towards 'Outstanding'. To help us achieve this we need exceptional staff.