LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT
30 hours per week: 8:45am - 3:15pm.
Grade 3 SCP 5. From £14,513 to £14,777 (FTE £21,575 to £21,968)
We require a Learning Support Assistants to support children with Special Educational Needs under the direction of the class teacher and Inclusion Leader.
We are seeking to appoint 1:1 Learning Support Assistants to provide support for children on a 1:1 or small group basis. The role will involve working with a child and supporting their learning as directed by the teacher and Inclusion Leader. You would be joining an experienced team dedicated to helping children achieve their full potential.
We are looking for Learning Support Assistants who are:
- Are passionate about supporting pupils with SEND and want to make a difference to the life of a vulnerable pupil
- Able to build a positive rapport and exercise patience and consistency
- Kind, caring and compassionate
If you wish to become a member of our talented team at Earley St Peter’s, a job description/person specification and the Support Staff application form is available to download from the school website.
Additional hours may be available from 7am – 8:45am.
Earley St Peter’s Primary School is part of The Keys Academy Trust. The Keys Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS check will be sought from the successful candidate.
Closing date: Thursday 15th June, midday
Interview date: Tuesday 20th June, AM
Lead Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Practitioner
Permanent Post, Full Time
Hours – 30 hours per week Grade: 5 SP 12-17.
Full Time Equivalent salary range £24,496 - £26,845
Actual annual salary range £16,718 - £18,321
8:45am – 3:15pm 5 days per week (times may be negotiable for the right candidate)
We are a large, vibrant Church of England primary school within The Keys Academy Trust. We are seeking to appoint an experienced, knowledgeable Lead SEND Practitioner to join our staff team. Are you passionate about championing the academic and pastoral development of our young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities? If so, this job may be for you!
We are looking for someone who:
· Has previous experience working with pupils with a range of Special Educational Needs.
· Has a proven track record within SEND, e.g. working in a special school/ SEND provision.
· Has highly effective communication skills.
· Is able to plan, deliver and monitor interventions for children.
· Has a strong understanding of how to support pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder to access the curriculum and flourish in all areas of school life.
· Understands the importance of confidentiality and diplomacy and values diversity.
· Is able to work well with teachers and parents to offer strategies to support children at home and school.
We are able to offer:
· A large well-resourced primary school with strong links with the wider community
· Active and supportive parents and governors
· Relevant training opportunities
· A large Team of Experienced SEND practitioners including a SENDCO, EAL Practitioner, Speech and Language Practitioner and Nurture/ Wellbeing Team.
Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 5th June
(Applications may be reviewed on receipt)
Visits to the school are warmly encouraged. Please contact the school on firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack or to arrange to a tour.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Start date: As soon as possible
Grade 3, SCP 5
Salary:£11.18 per hour (FTE £21,575)
Permanent Post: 6.25 hours per week, 1hr 15 mins per day
Monday to Friday term time only, actual annual salary £3,023.57
We are a large, vibrant Church of England primary school seeking a Lunchtime Controller to join our team. You will need to help, support and play alongside children aged 4 -11. Duties include supervising pupils while they eat their lunch; encouraging healthy choices and ensuring pupils are safe and engaged in purposeful play.
The successful candidate will:
· Be patient, positive and caring
· Have experience of working with primary school aged children
· Be a team player
· Be first aid trained or be willing to undertake first aid training
We can offer:
· A warm and friendly supportive team
· Welcoming and happy children
· On-the-job training
Please visit the school website for a job description, person specification and an application form: https://www.earley-st-peters.wokingham.sch.uk/our-school/vacancies/ or collect an application pack from the school office.
Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged.
Applications will be considered upon receipt.
Earley St Peter’s CE Primary School is part of The Keys Academy Trust. The Keys Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS check will be sought from the successful candidate.