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Grade & Scale point: 6, SCP 14-19
Salary: £23,080 - £25,481 Full time equivalent
£17,683-£19,522 Actual salary
Hours of work: 33 hours per week, Monday - Friday
Term time + 5 days (195 days per year)
Start date: October 2021
We are an Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ special school for children with severe and complex learning difficulties and are well known for our pioneering joint provision for SLD Outreach and Post 16 work.
Ganton is outward looking, truly inclusive and is committed to excellence in personalised learning and well-being. We recognise the value and potential of our school buildings but we also realise that our people inside those buildings make the heart of the school beat. We are committed to the well-being of all those people, be they pupils, staff, parents, carers or other members of our school community.
An opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and enthusiastic Senior Specialist Teaching & Learning Support Assistant to join our team.
- Supervise and provide specialist support for pupils in order to guide and assist with language, numeracy and functional skills.
- Create and maintain a purposeful, orderly and supportive environment
- Support the emotional, behavioural and pastoral needs of all pupils, including children with additional needs, ensuring their safety and access to learning activities
- Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education / Behaviour Plans and Personal Care programmes
- Encourages pupils to develop as independent learners with a thirst for learning
THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE:
- GCSE English and Maths Grade A-C (or equivalent)
- NVQ Level 3 Teaching Assistant qualification
- Experience of working with and supporting children and young people in a learning environment who have SEN, in particular Learning Disabilities.
- Understanding of National Curriculum, EYFS Guidance and other codes of practice e.g. SEN, Equalities, Safeguarding
- Effective use of ICT to support teaching and learning
- Ability to establish professional, effective working relationships with a range of partners/colleagues and children and young people.
If you believe in the children in Hull, are passionate about our community and truly want to make a difference then we would love to hear from you.
AS A MEMBER OF HUMBER EDUCATION TRUST, WE OFFER:
- Commitment to securing the very best provision and outcomes for all children.
- A Trust with expertise in every area of the curriculum, both in primary and special settings, through our S2S Support Leaders and Peers network.
- Outstanding individually tailored continual professional development for staff at all levels.
- Staff who feel valued and supported in their roles.
- A caring and safe environment where we recognise the diverse needs of our community, ensuring our young people from all backgrounds thrive.
- Ethical working with mutual respect and collaboration.
Visits to our school are welcome by appointment.
Closing date for completed applications: 12.30pm, Thursday 30 September 2021
If you have any queries regarding the role or application process, please contact: Danielle Abbott at Ganton School.
Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure Barring Service, Children’s Barred List Check, Section 128 check where applicable, identity checks, medical clearance, proof of qualifications, satisfactory references and eligibility to work in the UK checks.
Ganton 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.