1-1 LSA

Brockhurst Lane, Monks Kirby, CV23 0RA
£13,800 - £14,076 p.a
16 Sep 2020
30 Sep 2020
Job Ref
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
Term time

The Role

32.5 Hours per Week

Fixed Term Contract - 20th July 2020

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed SEND Learning Support Assistant as soon as possible to join our staff team to work 1:1 with pupils who require an individualised approach to the school day. Knowledge of and experience working with pupils with ASD, ADHD would be an advantage, along with personal skills such as patience, the ability to be flexible and an understanding of children’s needs.

This is a fixed term role for this academic year in the first instance, with the possibility of it becoming a longer term post. Previous experience in a similar role would be desirable but a passion for achieving the best outcomes for all children is more important.

We are a large rural primary split over 3 sites with nursery provision in the village of Harborough Magna, Reception Unit in the village of Brinklow and KS1 and KS2 at Monks Kirby. We have extensive school grounds at Monks Kirby with an extremely warm, welcoming and supportive staff team, the school being recently rated as good by Ofsted. We have a range of nurture spaces in school and the benefit of a large ‘Children’s Forest’. LSAs working on a 1:1 basis with pupils are supported and guided by our experienced SENDCO and training that is relevant to the role will be offered as required.

Please see attached job description and person specification for full details of the roles.
At The Revel Primary we have extremely high aspirations for our pupils and our staff. In order for our school and children to continue to thrive, we are seeking an excellent and passionate Learning Support assistant to strengthen our team.

Key Requirements

The successful candidate will need to:

  • secure high rates of progress through lively and engaging learning and have a passion for ensuring every child reaches their full potential
  • understand the Primary Curriculum
  • understand the safeguarding and welfare requirements for primary age children
  • develop the children’s understanding of, and commitment to, the learning process
  • contribute towards a safe, purposeful and rich environment to optimise learning
  • contribute to the learning culture of the school’s staff and children
  • contribute to and use on-going assessments to measure progress and adapt
  • teaching and learning
  • have the commitment to work closely with all members of the school community

The role will include:

  • Supporting specific children both in and out of class to develop good learning behaviour
  • Re-engaging children with their learning

To make the most impact for these children you will be proactive, patient and nurturing and a calm and positive role model.

Additional Information & How to Apply

Please contact Mrs Sara Poultney 01788 832264 if you would like to view the school.
Applications should be sent to sbm@therevel.co.uk by midday on Wednesday 30th September.

Closing date: 30th September 2020

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Supporting documents
Job Description
Equality Form
Appliction Form

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