- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Key stages
- Early years, KS1
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- Pay Scale: Level 5 depending on experience. £23576 - £28690 (pro rata)
HLTA/NNEB Full time
To start as soon as possible
Pay Scale: Level 5 depending on experience. £23576 - £28690 (pro rata)
Hourly rate: £12.22 - £14.87
Term time only + Inset days if required.
We are seeking to appoint a HLTA or NNEB that has the experience and knowledge and skills to provide support to the children at St Mary’s. You will work in partnership with the class teacher to plan, deliver and support a diverse curriculum for our children.
We are looking for staff that are enthusiastic, have a can do attitude, excellent communication skills and the ability to be flexible. A good level of general education is required – with a minimum of Maths and English at level C GCSE. A HLTA or NNEB qualification is also required.
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- School type
- Local authority maintained school, Church of England, ages 3 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 661 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 11
About St Mary's Church of England Primary School
St Mary’s, a large, very diverse urban primary school in Slough town centre which was set up to serve the needs of its local community whatever their culture, faith or religion; at present the school’s largest population is from a Muslim faith and cultural background. The school will become fully three-form entry in September 2019; a significant building programme was recently completed to accommodate this.
St Mary’s accepts all children throughout the year, works to meet their needs recognising their cultures, backgrounds, former experiences, abilities, gender and beliefs. Our vision of ‘Building a bright future for myself, my school and my community’ reminds us to shine our light on all that we do and to stay true to the school’s Christian values.
We strive to deliver an excellent curriculum to achieve this and ensure a high standard of education for our children, underpinned by our core values of Love, Forgiveness, Responsibility, Honesty and Respect which permeate the school at every level. Achievements include long-standing recognition for Primary Quality Mark and as a UNICEF Gold Rights Respecting School and Eco-Schools’ Green Flag Award. SIAMS
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