Are you an experienced Learning Assistant or ambitious to pursue a career in education?
Are you looking for a supportive and engaging working environment where you will be valued and developed?
At Hardwick Primary School you will find all these things.
We are looking for a Learning Assistant, preferably with experience in SEND and ASD to join our nursery team on a part time basis, having the flexibility to work in class whilst working with a pupil on a 1:1 basis to provide SEN support.
Ideally you will have a Level 3 qualification in childcare or equivalent nursery / SEND experience with young children.
About Hardwick Primary School
At Hardwick Primary School, we believe in working with the local community to ensure school is a place 'where children grow, learn and flourish together'. Our curriculum is designed to provide an aspirational and rounded education for all children, helping them to grow into confident, thoughtful, highly motivated young people. More than anything, we want to spark an interest in every child and them empower them to pursue whatever career they should choose in the future along with the skills to ensure that achieve their goals. We are incredibly lucky to have extensive grounds which provide rich indoor and outdoor learning environments to support the delivery of our curriculum.
What we are looking for:
We need someone to support the nursery teacher with their responsibility for the development and exceptional education of children in schools, including children with SEND. You will provide support for a child with SEN needs on a 1:1 basis within the nursery
To complement the work of the teaching staff in the classroom by contributing to a range of teaching and learning activities with a child on a one to one or small group basis.
To assist with planning, preparation and development of work programmes for individuals and small groups and prepare resources to support learning activities.
To monitor and evaluate the children's progress and report on this to the class teacher.
To be familiar with the intervention programmes (IEP, PSP, Risk Assessments) or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) of the individual and to use this knowledge to inform support.
To maintain records of intervention: completion of daily log book, upkeep of a personal folder of pupil need, records of 1:1; and to make these available for inspection upon request by SLT
To work collaboratively as part of a team to ensure that the well-being, social and personal development of children enhances learning opportunities and life skills.
To deliver specified work and nurture interventions to children as determined by the SENDCo.
To develop and uses specialist skills, in for example, literacy, numeracy or science, to contribute to learning.
To maintain confidentiality in and outside the workplace.
To promote high standards of behaviour and a good working ethos.
To develop effective working relationships within the school.
To contribute to the wellbeing of children according to our policy.
To participate in our cycle of professional development
Why work at Hardwick
Our offer includes:
• Continuous Professional Development
• Work-life and family-friendly policies
• Flexible Working
• Staff Wellbeing
• Career Pathways and Talent Management
• Staff Benefits
• Community and Collaboration
• Valued Worker Scheme
School: Hardwick Primary School - Nursery
Start Date: As soon as possible
Salary: Actual Salary £6,416 (£17,900-£21,000 FTE)
Hours: 15 hours/week, 39 weeks per year (term time +1 week) Monday & Tuesday 8.20-3.20, Wednesday 8.20-11.20am
Contract: Temporary contract is attached to SEND funding and may end if the child leaves the school
Job Expires: Monday 7th December 2020 1pm
Interviews: TBC with shortlisted candidates. Due to current climate interviews will be conducted virtually
GLF Schools is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Employment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
As a Trust, we are happy to discuss flexible working opportunities. We particularly welcome applicants from under- represented groups including those based on ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.
We reserve the right to withdraw this vacancy at any time ahead of the closing date if there is a good level of response. Therefore, we recommend you submit your application as early as possible.
We also reserve to right to interview shortlisted candidates ahead of the closing date.
Please be advised that references may be requested on receipt of your application. Please state if you wish this to be delayed until shortlisting/interviews have taken place.