Interviews and appointments will take place as soon as suitable applicants apply.
A Learning Support Assistant is needed to work in our busy, vibrant primary school working 32.25 hours per week.
Sythwood Primary and Nursery School is inviting applications for the role of Learning Support Assistant.
Our vision is to ensure that every child will be safe, healthy, happy, creative and will have the personal confidence, skills and opportunity to contribute and achieve more than they thought possible.
We are looking for a Learning Support Assistant to work as part of our whole school team to support all children to make progress at our school. The role will include, but is not limited to, supporting teachers both in and out of the classroom environment and undertaking playtime and lunchtime duties.
As an LSA in our school, you may also be asked to deliver appropriate interventions to small groups and individuals, and undertake observations relevant to the learning outcomes of an activity, assessment and record-keeping. Part of your role will also be to ensure the physical welfare of pupils and assist pupils with their physical needs as appropriate and agreed.
Applicants must have GCSE C+ or equivalent in Maths and English.
Sythwood Primary and Nursery School is a popular and successful school situated in Goldsworth Park, Woking. We are part of the Bourne Education Trust and have recently grown to a 3 form entry school.
This role would suit someone who:
- is excited about learning
- is innovative and creative
- is committed to working in a team
- can develop strong supportive relationships with children and the community
- will make a strong contribution to the whole school team
Our new Learning Support Assistant will join a successful school with a strong and supportive team of colleagues.
Our 'Good' OFSTED report said "Staff are overwhelmingly positive about the school and feel proud to work there. They report that leaders are supportive and help them to achieve their best!".
Feel free to call the school or email Christabel Holmes to arrange a phone conversation with a member of SLT to find out more about the role. Interviews will be offered as and when appropriate candidates apply.
Sythwood Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.