- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Part time
32.50 hours per week - Monday - Friday.
- Contract type
- £19,975 per annum pro rata
Cape Cornwall School is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed person to join their Learning Support Team. The post will involve working closely with students who may have complex and challenging behaviour.
The successful applicant will take a lead role within the LSA team. They will have a patient and caring nature, as well as an inherent desire to help students with additional needs thrive academically and socially in both a mainstream setting and a specialist ARB (Area Resource Base) within mainstream provision (‘Kites’).
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 250 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About Cape Cornwall School
Cape Cornwall School is the most westerly secondary school in mainland England and with around 300 students on roll, is a small 11-16 school.
By setting high standards, not only in academic study but in all aspects of our school community, we seek to inspire students to dream, believe, persevere and achieve excellence.
Our vision is to realise the full potential of each individual, whatever their starting point, by providing personalised levels of challenge and excellent levels of support, encouragement and opportunities that enable all our young people to be successful, flourish and achieve independence.
Knowing each child as an individual and creating the circumstances both inside and outside of the classroom, through a mindset of challenge, discovery and enjoyment, we excite a spirit and energy for lifelong learning and success later in life.
We provide a diverse range of enrichment learning opportunities that encourage students to follow their passions, learn new skills and enhance their leadership abilities. Through teamwork, they are able to discuss, debate and learn with others, make an active contribution whilst respecting the views of others, preparing them for the changing world in which we live.