Part-Time Learning Support Assistant

Wimbledon College, London, SW19 4NS

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  • Expected start date

    1 September 2022

  • Application deadline

    8 August 2022 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    22 July 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term (1st September to 16th December 2022)

Annual or full time equivalent salary

£21,783 - £22,983

Actual salary

£11,462 - £12,093 p.a

Part-Time Learning Support Assistant job summary

Duties would include working with boys who have a range of learning difficulties and providing personal care. Experience of working with pupils with special educational needs would be an advantage but not essential. WHAT WE OFFER: . Flexible, term-time hours . A warm friendly community where all are respected and valued . Good opportunities for personal and career development. . Onsite refectory serving staff all day . A cycle scheme . Great transport links with Bus, Train, Tube and Tram stops nearby. . Situated minutes from Wimbledon Common and Village, with exceptional facilities on site for staff including swimming pool and gym. THE RIGHT CANDIDATE WILL HAVE: •Good reading, writing, numeracy skills and a knowledge of basic ICT to support learning. • Ability to use clear language to communicate information unambiguously. • Ability to understand and support children with developmental difficulty or disability. • Good understanding of the school curriculum; knowledge of literacy/numeracy strategies • Ability to observe and monitor progress and maintain records; good organisational skills . • Ability to deal with challenging behaviour and implement the school’s behaviour management policy; remaining calm under pressure. Find out more about this exciting opportunity by visiting our career page and school website.
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About Wimbledon College

School type
Local authority maintained school, Roman Catholic, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1249 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Wimbledon College is a popular and oversubscribed school which prides itself on its exam results at both GCSE and A level with results significantly above national averages. As a Jesuit school, our ethos can be summed up by St Ignatius Loyola’s vision for Jesuit schools as being “for improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good.” Central to St Ignatius’ vision and to the College is the education of the whole person, providing each pupil with the opportunity to strive for excellence in all that they do.

The school is accommodated in striking Grade II listed buildings on Edge Hill, above the parish church of the Sacred Heart, on a spacious green site in a conservation area. Private and public funds have facilitated a substantial development of the facilities of the College over the last fifteen years.
The College currently has close to 1300 boys on roll including 270 in the Sixth Form. It is a great place to work with a supportive, committed staff who share the school’s high expectations. All teachers are specialists in their subjects and there is a well-established CPD programme which encourages staff to work collaboratively on self-identified areas of research and pedagogy.

Wimbledon College has a strong system of pastoral care and discipline. All teachers are form tutors and work with Heads of Line in ensuring every boy is supported, cared for and challenged to progress academically and become involved in the wider life of the school. The school’s intake is truly comprehensive academically, socially and economically and ethnically. It draws from across southwest London and from Surrey and north of the Thames also. Last year saw boys join the College from over 40 different schools. Places in Y7 are regularly oversubscribed threefold.

We encourage all of our boys to be involved in extra-curricular clubs and activities and we offer over 80 different such opportunities to the boys. The school has a strong tradition of drama and music as well as a very extensive sports programme in the school, financially supported by parents’ donations to the School Fund.

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