Full-time equivalent salary
- £18,525 FTE / £14,852.78 actual
Learning Support Assistant job summary
Northampton Academy is a transformational comprehensive and non-selective school, serving a diverse community. We were proud to be judged 'good and improving' by Ofsted in all areas in November 2019. Our values, which underpin every decision we take, are RESPECT, DETERMINATION, AMBITION, TOLERANCE and INTEGRITY. We have a comprehensive student character-building programme, which has been nationally recognised through the Character Kitemark.
Learning Support Assistant
35 hours per week, 39 weeks per year
Salary: £14,852.78 actual, (£18,525 FTE)
Are you interested in meeting the needs of young people?
If you want a career that plays to your strengths, keep reading…..
As a Learning Support Assistant at Northampton Academy you will work closely with classroom teachers, providing directed support and supervision to individual or groups of students
As part of your role you will also be required to deliver and support with the co-curricular program at Northampton Academy and as a result, hours have been adapted to accommodate this.
The aim of your support and guidance will be to enable children to access the curriculum and to facilitate full inclusion into school life, supporting them to learn as independently as possible and to develop to their full potential.
You should have a quiet and encouraging manner with the ability to remain calm in difficult situations, along with excellent verbal communication skills and an awareness of the importance of inclusion for children and young people with Special Educational Needs. There will be opportunities to specialise and develop knowledge and expertise in one area.
Whether you are an experienced teaching/learning support assistant, a recent graduate and/ or considering working in an education or care setting or looking for a rewarding career change, this could be the ideal post for you. Join the team and you will work alongside professionals from a mix of backgrounds.
You will be given roles that let you play to your strengths and will get the support you need to flourish professionally.
For more information about this role, please contact Louise Jones, Assistant Principal – Inclusion/SENDCo – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Using the application form
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