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  • Start date details

    As soon as possible

  • Closing date

    6 October 2022 at 9am

  • Date listed

    15 September 2022

Job details

Visa sponsorship

No, visa sponsorship not available

Key stage

Key stage 3

Working pattern

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary

Grade C1 – C5 £9.90 - £10.87 -£19,099 - £20,980 FTE

Actual salary

Actual salary £8,539.40 - £9,380.42

HLTA Maths job summary

Launceston College are looking for someone to join their Maths Faculty as a HLTA.

The role is for 20 hours per week.

Grade C1 – C5 £9.90 - £10.87 -£19,099 - £20,980 FTE, actual salary £8,539.40 - £9,380.42.



  • To assist the coordinators and teaching staff in the practical organisation of individual and small group work as directed. • To work with small groups of pupils in Year 7 an intervention class who have not achieved the required standard at KS2. This will involve organising and planning the period 6 Year 7 lesson; with the long term aim of helping the students to achieve a ‘good pass’ at GCSE by supporting their prior learning in their main stream maths lessons. • To meet with the KS3 Coordinator on a regular basis to discuss and analyse data and issues relevant to the intervention class to improve practice. • To work with low attaining KS4 students to achieve a qualification suitable to their ability. • To cover lessons for absent members of the maths faculty. • To support the ongoing development of the learning environment of the maths faculty. • To prepare and monitor regular targets for improvement, administrating targets, marking assessments, recording results and communication with parents. • Noting progress made by pupils and evaluating the programme with respect to specific target objectives. • Attending relevant meetings and giving feedback to the maths department when appropriate. • Liaising with the SENCO needs as appropriate for some pupils. • Undertaking training as required. • The postholder must at all times carry out his or her responsibility with due regard to the Authority’s Equal Opportunities policy. • Working at all times within the code of requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act. • The postholder must also undertake other duties appropriate to the grading of the post, as required.

If you would like to apply for this role please complete an application form on our website at https://www.athenalearningtrust.uk/work-for-us

Closing date for applications is Thursday 6th October 2022, 9am

Safeguarding Statement:

Athena Learning Trust Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to DBS clearance and appropriate pre-employment checks.

Commitment to safeguarding

Please refer to our safeguarding policy on the Athena Learning Trust website at: https://www.athenalearningtrust.uk/policies
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About Launceston College

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1389 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
Phone number
01566 701 683

Launceston College is part of the Athena Learning Trust alongside Altarnun Primary, Atlantic Academy, Bideford College, Egloskerry Primary and Launceston Primary School.

Launceston College is a large and established 11 – 18 secondary school in Launceston, Cornwall.

The belief at Launceston College is that the most vital part of any school is the people who make it what it is. Our students enjoy being part of our school community and we have a strong team of staff at the College who are united in encouraging students to work hard, to achieve their best and to respect others. To do this we believe that students need to be fully challenged and supported within a caring environment.

We believe that students should have all their achievements recognised, acknowledged and given credit; no child, however, should ever take away another child’s right to a high-quality education. The College is therefore run in a well-disciplined, orderly and respectful manner; we have rules and we expect students to follow them. Our very high expectations for standards of behaviour from all students were recognised by Ofsted in their most recent inspection who judged the behaviour of our students to be “outstanding”.

We are committed to the pursuit of individual excellence and achievement whilst ensuring that no-one is left behind. We believe in the education of the whole person and try to provide a range of experiences which promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students; we are an accredited “Adventure Learning School” and provide a wide range of adventurous learning opportunities both inside the curriculum and beyond.

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