Do you want to become a teacher in the future? Would you like to spend some time working 1:1 with a child but also getting classroom experience? Or are you passionate about Special Needs?
We have a vacancy for a Special Needs Learning Assistant in school starting immediately.
Hours: 28 - spread over 5 days with 8.30am starts and including Midday Supervision. Term time only including INSET days.
Salary: S3 - £17,663 - £18,607 FTE £11,818- £12,675 actual based on hours worked and experience to date.
This is a temporary role, for one year, linked to a child in KS1. You will be working with them to support their learning across the curriculum. Experience of working with Autism & ADHD traits would be advantageous but not essential. Opportunities to work alongside the Inclusion Leader, Class Teachers and outside agencies to develop your skill set will be available.
We are built on the strong foundation of a Christian Education and we believe that children are capable of making their lives extraordinary.
Send Church of England Primary school can offer you :-
• The opportunity to be part of a committed team in a good school
• Excellent CPD and leadership opportunities
• An able catchment of children who apply themselves
• A warm and supportive team – staff, governors, parents and community
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Any offer of appointment is subject to satisfactory references and Data Barring services check. We do not accept any CV's. Applicants must complete the application form provided.
Visits to the school are welcomed and strongly encouraged. To arrange a visit or for more information please contact Mrs Tracy Kempton – Inclusion Leader (Mon - Thurs) on 01483-223464. Interviews may be arranged before the closing date as applications are received. Candidates are therefore encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible. Closing date:- Noon Friday 9th October 2020
Send Church of England 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.