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LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT
Pay Range: Grade B (£14169 - £15411)
Position Start Date: 8th January 2024
Contract Type: 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday, term time only
Contract Term: Fixed term until 24th May 2024
Application Close: 5th December 2023
Stifford Clays Primary School is seeking to appoint a caring, enthusiastic and experienced Learning Support Assistant to work on a one-to-one basis with a child in our friendly and supportive Nursery team. This is a part-time position and the hours will be Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 3pm, and Friday 8.30am to 11.30am. The contract is fixed term until 24th May 2024 due to interim funding.
The successful applicant will be:
· calm, flexible, professional and caring
· committed to achievement for all
· an effective communicator with pupils and staff
· competent in the use of ICT
· able to contribute to a stimulating, purposeful learning environment.
Why Stifford Clays Primary School?
We are a community-focused school for 2 to 11 year olds, located centrally in the Stifford Clays ward of Thurrock. The original infant and junior schools were built in 1954 and were one form of entry. The school has grown hugely to accommodate 90 children in each year group. We have a resource base provision for children with autism.
Stifford Clays Primary School is an extremely happy and positive school. We are an Ofsted 'Good' school (2022) where ''pupils love coming to school'' and "pupils, staff and trustees show great pride in belonging to the Stifford Clays Primary School community."
Our personal development provision is 'outstanding'.
At South West Essex Community Education Trust, we are passionate about providing the best start in life for our pupils. We are united in the belief that every young person needs and deserves an education that will maximise their future life chances.
We place our pupils' needs at the heart of everything we do and support our colleagues in delivering high-quality education. Our vision is to establish a national reputation for the quality of education we provide.
Our academies are united by the things that make us both similar and unique - the DNA that ties us all together. The SWECET DNA is made up of the following components: Developing our people, Nurturing our differences, and Aspiring for excellence.
We believe that our colleagues are our most precious resource to provide high-quality learning experiences for all our pupils. Our colleagues work hard to support teams in their own schools and across the Trust and in return, the SWECET Wellbeing Charter sets out our actions to support our colleagues.
If you have energy and passion in abundance and would relish the opportunity to be part of our team, we look forward to hearing from you. Visits from prospective candidates are warmly welcomed and encouraged. To arrange a visit, please email email@example.com.
South West Essex Community Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants for this post must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers, online checks and an enhanced DBS check with the Disclosure & Barring Service