Vacancy for a permanent full time teaching assistant to support children with Special Educational Needs.
“This school is at the heart of the community. Everyone is proud of their village school. The vast majority of parents and carers have nothing but praise for it. Leaders work tirelessly to promote high expectations for every child. Pupils achieve well and get a good start to their education. Everyone is jolly at this school. Pupils are nurtured and staff know them well. Staff make sure that pupils' welfare is paramount. Pupils love coming to school, and feel happy and safe." (Ofsted, 2019)
The Governing Body at Badshot Lea Village Infant School is seeking to appoint a permanent full-time teaching assistant to join our friendly team. The position is for 30.00 hours per week over five days, term-time only. Situated in the village of Badshot Lea, on the edge of Farnham, our popular school offers you an exciting opportunity. You will be an excellent practitioner with passion, motivation, resilience and a commitment to high standards and achievement for all. In particular, you will champion the needs of our children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, to ensure they have the best possible life chances. Badshot Lea Village Infant School is an inclusive mainstream school with a Special Educational Needs Centre (SNSC). You will join our dedicated and hard-working staff, planning together to deliver excellent teaching and learning.
Our school community is committed to raising standards and we are looking to appoint a passionate teaching assistant to work in our Special Needs Support Centre which currently supports 13 children. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and positively encouraged, although will need to be outside of school hours. You are welcome to contact Mrs Julie Gilchrist by telephone or by e-mail for further details or to make an appointment. We will accept applications on the attached application form by e-mail, post or by hand. Closing date: noon on Friday 9th October, 2020.
Badshot Lea Village Infant School is comitted to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.