Curriculum Support Assistant
12.5 Hours per Week
Curriculum Support Assistant starting September 2018
12.5 Hours Per Week (11.30 am – 2.00 pm)
Term Time Only
Scale D: FTE SCP 10 – 13 (£14,009 - £14,448)
TTO (£4,732 - £4,881)
Park Lane Primary School and Nursery needs a Curriculum Support Assistant who has the vision and ambition to deliver unrivalled provision for our students. We are forging our path to great based on proud traditions, wide horizons and high achievement with our sponsor, the Griffin Schools Trust. Park Lane Primary School and Nursery is a vibrant and exciting place to be with a positive culture and climate that enables staff and students to shine. We want you to be the leader that you aspire to be.
If you know that great schools are made of adventurous adults and students with open minds and uncompromising standards, then tell us why Park Lane Primary School and Nursery is the place for the next step on your career journey.
Main purposes of the role:
To assist in the promotion and development of inclusive learning throughout the school by supporting individual and groups of children e. g. SEND, EAL.
Assist with Lunchtime provision.
To promote the school ethos around Values Based Education.
Supporting Teaching & Learning
Assist in the delivery of individual work programmes for specific children.
Help create and maintain an effective and exciting environment of learning.
Hear pupil’s read and complete Reading Records.
Work as part of a team to ensure that the well being, behaviour and personal development of pupils
enhances learning opportunities and life skills.
Provide feedback to teachers to contribute to recording pupils’ achievements.
Supporting pupils on the playground at lunchtimes with playing games.
Assist with first aid and maintain records.
Inspirational adults come in all shapes and sizes and from every kind of background. There is no template and no recipe.
• Experience of working with young children in a primary setting
• Good standard of literacy and numeracy (both written and oral)
• Ability to engage positively and relate well to young children
• Able to effectively manage pupils’ behaviour in a positive manner with consistent clear boundaries
• Positive and co-operative team member
• Opportunities will be offered for career development
• Ability to take the initiative and to work flexibly
• Have good communication and listening skills
Additional Information & How to Apply
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The post is subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure
COMMITTED TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
For details about how to apply for this position, please visit the school website for an application pack. If you are ready for the challenge, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a visit or email your CV, letter of application and a completed GST application form and equality form.
For further information or to arrange a discussion with Ms Clare – Head, please email email@example.com.
Completed applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2pm on Friday 20 July 2018. Interviews are provisionally scheduled for week commencing 23 July 2018.Supporting documents
Job Description and Person Specification