Grade 7, pts 29-31 (£28497-£30249, Pro-rata salary of £23,408-£24,847)
32.5 hrs per week, term time only
Belvue School is a secondary special school and College for young people with moderate and severe learning difficulties in the London Borough of Ealing.
We are committed to providing an outstanding and inclusive education for our young people and have a positive and stimulating environment with a range of wonderful learning opportunities. The school has exceptional outdoor and woodland learning spaces and strong community partnerships. We offer a very broad and yet personalised curriculum in order to meet the needs of each learner and allow them to achieve their potential.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Level 3 Teaching Assistant to deliver additional literacy programmes to small groups of pupils, as directed by the schools education psychologist and in collaboration with class teachers to tailor programmes appropriately to individual needs. You will ideally be degree educated, an experienced education professional and passionate about raising achievement in literacy. You will also be expected to deliver cover supervision for a small/ad-hoc proportion of your timetable.
You must be passionate about working with young people with special needs and have high levels of energy and enthusiasm to inspire and motivate young people to learn and thrive. You must possess excellent communication and personal skills, and be able to build supportive and trusting relationships with pupils, families and colleagues.
In return you will be joining a creative and professional staff team and you will find your role challenging, stimulating and rewarding. The school is committed to CPD which will ensure that you develop professionally. You will receive mentoring, professional support, effective feedback and opportunities for reflection.
Closing Date for applications: Midday on Thursday 6th June 2019
Interview Date: Tuesday 18th June 2019
Belvue 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.