We are seeking to appoint a Inclusion Support Assistant to work 1:1 across EYFS and KS1. A level 3 qualification desirable as well as experience of supporting SEND pupils. The anticipated hours of work will be 08.15am – 3.15pm term time only.
We require someone who:
- Has experience of working with children with learning difficulties or children who require additional support for learning.
- · Has the relevant skills and strategies to ensure support can be implemented to meet identified needs.
- · Have experience of working with children with Autism and with identified speech needs.
- · Have good behaviour management strategies.
- · Is flexible and well organised.
- · Has good interpersonal skills and is able to communicate well.
This position is temporary until 31st August 24 dependent on additional funding received to support individual pupil needs.
If you think you are the person for this role, please contact the school office for an informal chat on 01827 715 507 Applications should be made electronically via My New Term.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and inspiring individual to join this warm and welcoming school in North Warwickshire. We are seeking to appoint a person who will support the team in developing our strong vision and the the development of our Christian distinctiveness. We are therefore looking for an inclusion support assistant who will actively support and promote our ethos in every aspect of school life. This is an exciting opportunity for a inclusion support assistant to join a friendly, hard working team.
This new post will allow the successful candidate the opportunity to contribute creatively to the further development of our school.
If you are open to working with colleagues from all phases of education and want to be part of a supportive, encouraging and nurturing team, then Woodside is the school for you.
We can offer pupils who are keen to learn, whatever their ability, opportunities for collaborative working across phases, within in the MAT and through collegiate work with local schools.
The Trust offers:
- Professional development opportunities
- An inclusive and collaborative approach.
- A talented, highly motivated, committed and professional team of colleagues, both within the school and across the trust.
- An actively supportive Local Governing Body and Trust leadership.
Visits to the school are warmly encouraged and welcome. Please contact the school administrator Mrs Heidi King on 01827 715507 to arrange an appointment or alternatively email on email@example.com
Terms and conditions
This job involves working with children and is therefore subject to advanced disclosure check through the confidential process administered by the Disclosure Barring Service. A conviction may not exclude candidates from the job, but it will be considered as part of the recruitment process.
Our schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. References will be sought.
Disclosure Barring Service- Criminal Convictions
As part of the recruitment process to work with children you will be required to provide information on all convictions and reprimands, spent or not.
Right To Work
Under Section 15 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act of 2006 it is a criminal offence to employ a person aged 16 or over who is subject to immigration control. It is therefore necessary for our school to establish the entitlement to work in the UK for all applicants.
Our schools are committed to equal opportunities in employment and we positively welcome your application irrespective of your race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disability, religion, political belief, socio-economic background, parental status, trade union membership, sexual orientation and age.
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