Ideally from: Monday 4th November
– but willing to wait for the ideal candidate
SEN LSA 1:1 – 30 hours (8:30-3:15) Grade 5, point 7
The contract is for a fixed term (to the end of this academic year) and will be reviewed in line with both children’s allocated hours.
We are looking for someone with experience of supporting pupils with SEN as this role involves working with 2 individual children with very specific needs.
The ideal candidate will be able to:
- Assist the classteacher to provide support for teaching and learning and associated activities for a named Y3 child with ASD/ADHD (mornings); supporting the reintegration of the pupil back in to school
- Assist the classteacher to provide support for teaching and learning and associated activities for a named FS child with ADHD (afternoons); supporting extending his school day to fulltime
- Provide support for the children during their academic activities and transfers
- Assist in planning activities and preparing materials to help the children access the curriculum
- Assist in monitoring the children’s progress, assessing achievement and recording results and observations, sharing outcomes with the class teachers
- Work in partnership with, key members of staff – in particular the ‘job-share’1:1 colleagues
- Support the individual children with the handover at the start/end of the day
- Support the individual children in their play and social skills
We are also looking for:
- An experienced practitioner with an understanding of SEND
- An enthusiastic and lively practitioner with high expectations of pupil progress, attainment and behaviour.
- A flexible and adaptable practitioner
- An individual who can use their initiative and be proactive in carrying out their duties
- A team player who goes the extra mile and can fit into any team.
As a school we can offer you:
- friendly, well behaved and motivated children
- supportive, friendly, highly trained staff and governors
- an attractive, positive working environment
- a commitment to your own professional development
Should you require any further information about the school/position, please see our website or telephone the school.
The school is strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and anyone applying to work in our school is expected to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. There will also be a probationary period of 6 months. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Closing date: Monday 21st October
Interviews: Wednesday 30th October
Candidates invited for interview will be contacted by phone or email by Wednesday 23rd October. If you do not hear from us, we would like to thank you for your application, but regret you will not have been successful on this occasion.
St Botolph’s Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.