Fixed term (Linked to the support of named children)
B1 - Point 4 - actual salary £14,071 per annum 27.5 hrs
We currently have a vacancy for a SEND Teaching Assistant. The role will be supporting two children with complex needs who are currently in Key Stage 1. This is a temporary position dependent on funding for these children going forward. The successful applicant will work under the guidance of teaching/senior staff to predominantly assist with intimate care and other moving and handling procedures. They will be expected to support the learning and development of these two named pupils in line with their Education and Health Care Plans (EHCPs). This role will be for 27.5 hours.
Applying for the job
If you wish to be considered for this post please complete the enclosed application form providing full details of your education and employment history, including any unpaid or voluntary work. Wherethere are gaps in your employment please state the reasons why (eg gap year, career break,unemployed, etc).
You will note that we require details of two referees, one of which must be your current or most recent employer.
CVs are not accepted as part of the application process.
This section of the form is very important. It gives you an opportunity to explain why you are applying and why you are the best person for this job. Use the job description and person specification as your guide and give specific examples, where possible, to demonstrate how you match the requirements for this post. If you do not have enough space, please attach a separate sheet.
Please remember to sign the declaration on the final page of the application form.
The closing date for applications is: Friday 23rd April 2021 at noon
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Local authority maintained school, Church of England
248 pupils enrolled
3 to 11
About Great Preston VC CofE Primary School
We are a one form entry school, with our own nursery, located in Great Preston. As a
Church of England school, we have a strong Christian ethos which gives our school a
genuine ‘family feel’. We regularly visit St Mary the Lesser church in nearby Allerton
Bywater for church services and welcome Rev. Diane Flynn into school weekly as part of
our collective worship. Our school core school values are Compassion, Respect,
Perseverance and Thankfulness and these are very evident as you walk around school
and meet our wonderful children and staff.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects
all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have a designated senior member of the leadership
team who is responsible for referring and monitoring any suspected case of abuse. All members of staff will
receive training in line with our child protection policy.