- Grade 7 £19,253 to £22,557 per year (actual)
Level 3 Learning Support Assistant (TA3) job summary
Required for September 2022
We are looking to appoint a dynamic, child centred person to join our Inclusion Team.
This is an opportunity for you to add value to the school’s alternative learning pathways that support pupils with Social Emotional and Mental Health difficulties and the Study Focus rooms that support pupils when they receive an S5 sanction.
The role will entail being able to facilitate and co-ordinate educational programmes and lessons in a one-to-one and small group situation. This will include communication with colleagues, parents and external providers. It will involve working with our current Inclusion team and carrying out visits to pupils who are educated off site.
The Study Hub (Alternative Provision): The way the AP will be timetabled means there will be a small number of pupils in the building at any one time. Their curriculum provision will be Maths and English taught by subject specialists and other subjects will be added as part of a pupil’s bespoke learning journey. Part of your role will be to help the pupils access this work. At other times pupils will be out of school at the gym or attending placements off site.
Pupils educated off site: We have a small number of pupils educated off site at alternative placements, part of your role will be to visit pupils at the placements weekly to ensure pupil progress and check on work and keep an up-to-date, accurate record.
Study Focus: Pupils are placed into a Study Focus room in school when they have received an S5 sanction. Part of your role will be to manage the room and have an oversight of bookings, monitoring and data.
Our educational philosophy values equal opportunities and the importance of the individual as well as having complete faith in the power of education to transform young people’s lives.
Frederick Gough School is an over-subscribed community school, which aims to ensure all of its learners leave as happy, well rounded, qualified individuals ready to succeed in the next chapter of their lives.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. For all applications there will be an enhanced DBS check including children’s barred list information.
Interested candidates are welcome to visit the school by appointment in advance, to meet Ruth Eyre (Inclusion Manager). Ruth can be contacted on email@example.com
Closing date: Friday, July 1 at noon with interviews to be held as soon as possible afterwards.
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