EBSA Support (Fixed Term)
Contract type: 37 Hours per week, 40
Weeks per year, Full time, Fixed Term (12 months)
Salary: Bucks Pay Range 3 –
Actual salary £21,073 - £22,794 (full time equivalent to £24,310 - £26,295)
Job starts: January 2024
Closing date: Friday 1st December 2023
an outstanding grammar school, for children of all genders, with outstanding
provision for our young people. Our Vision is to pioneer a grammar school
education which equips the visionaries of tomorrow.
This is an exciting
new opportunity for an aspiring educational psychologist or someone with a real
passion to make a difference, in a 1:1 capacity, beyond the classroom to join
our friendly SEND team as a Teaching Assistant. Our school has an undeniable
sense of community, and we are immensely proud of the conduct and attitude of
our students. If you want hands-on experience supporting students with
additional needs, apply now!
This role would suit
a candidate who perhaps has aspirations of Educational Psychology or Teaching.
Your background may not be explicitly in Education. Perhaps you have been a
youth worker, mentor, worked in social care or have recently graduated
university. As a member of our team, you will be passionate about contributing
your skills to change lives and increase students' access to education.
Applicants should be
personable. If you are friendly and can build professional rapport with students
and their families, then we want to hear from you!
We can offer you:
an outstanding school full of students who are committed to learning
a welcoming team committed to staff well-being and professional
Significant CPD opportunities.
vibrant community in which staff and students thrive through a commitment to championing
We would like you to:
fully commit to our Vision, Mission and Values (see above and
fully commit to the safeguarding of all students and to
have high expectations of yourself, and our students
be committed to improving the life chances of young people from
willing to commit to life beyond the academic curriculum
encourage applications from those candidates with ‘protected characteristics’
as set out in the Equalities Act 2010. We are committed to developing a
workforce that is representative of the communities in which we work.
Trust operates rigorous ‘safer recruitment’ practices, and the successful
candidates will be required to undertake a criminal record check with the Disclosure
and Barring Service.
further information on the context, mission and values of SHFGS, please click
on the link ‘Learn more about this school’.
This job post has expired.