- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Part time
Term Time Only / Temporary: 30 hours per week during term time only (39 weeks) until July 2022. Hours: 0830 - 1500 hrs less 30 minute unpaid break per day (Monday - Friday)
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Until July 2022)
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- NJC Points 5-6
- Actual salary
- Actual Salary £13189 - 13452pa
We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic Teaching Assistant (NVQ Level 1) to provide in-class support for students with needs identified by statement/EHCP, in addition to providing general support to the teacher for the whole class. The role will suit somebody who is friendly and approachable, but organised and able to work under their own initiative. For more information, please find the Person Specification and the Job Description attached to the advert on the Spencer Academies website.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1957 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About John Port Spencer Academy
John Port Spencer Academy is a large, vibrant and energetic community school demonstrating a common purpose and ambition - to ensure the very best learning experience for each and every one of our students. We recognise that every student has their own individual strengths, gifts and talents; our aim is to ensure that these are all nurtured and developed to their full potential. John Port Spencer Academy is part of the Spencer Academies Trust (SAT).
SAT is an educational charity, Multi-Academy Trust and Sponsor of Academies. We have approaching 16000 children and young people in our academies and employ more than 2200 teachers, leaders and educational support professionals across the East Midlands. We aspire to be a leading regional high performing Trust, with a national reputation for excellence.
We currently have 16 primary academies, 8 secondary academies and one primary aged special school in our family of schools. All of our schools benefit from the collaboration and added value that being a member of our Trust offers, and share our values and beliefs. Spencer Trust academies share an ambition to deliver results that compete with the very highest performing schools in the country, and deliver a curriculum for students that is underpinned by breadth, opportunity and quality: one that seeks to give young people the opportunity to develop into well rounded global citizens that believe they can influence positive change in the world.