- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Term time
33.3 hours a week, Term Time plus 1 day staff development.
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £19,603 to £21,088 (SAT 5)
- Actual salary
- £14,862 to £15,988
Permanent, Term-Time position plus 1-day staff development.
33.3 hours a week.
The post holder will provide supervision of classes in the absence of the subject teacher or mentor. The job is not a teaching role, however, you will be required to have good classroom management skills, confident in your ability to work both supervised and unsupervised, excellent communication skills and able to adapt to a varied and changing routine.
The successful candidate would ideally have experience of providing support in the classroom, for example, as a Teaching Assistant or other similar roles. However, full training will be given and we urge applicants to demonstrate on their application form, previous personal and work experiences, as well as qualifications meet the criteria, as set out in the person’s specification provided in the recruitment pack.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1728 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Westlands School
Based on a tradition of excellent exam results, a wide and varied curriculum and two previous 'Outstanding' OFSTED judgements, the school is oversubscribed and has gained an enviable reputation in the wider community. Westlands School is a mixed, 11-18, non-selective school and is one of the most popular in the county.
Our curriculum provides impressive breadth, which we are proud of, this means that students can study academic courses alongside a wide choice of arts, technology and other vocational subjects. We have an enhanced range of extra-curricular activities, which we believe provides enrichment as well as developing students’ character.
Westlands is particularly proud of the fact that it focuses on students of all abilities making exceptional levels of progress, particularly in the key skills of literacy and numeracy.