- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Will consider part time, term time
20 hours a week / 39 weeks each year (Term time plus 5 training days)
- Contract type
- Fixed term (November 21 - July 2022)
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £19,312 - £19698
- Actual salary
- £8,967 - £9,147
We are seeking to appoint a well-motivated and enthusiastic, suitably qualified and experienced Teaching Assistant for Lostock Hall Primary School, to support a child with special education needs on a one to one basis in Reception class. The post is for 20 hours per week (work pattern to be confirmed). This is temporary role until July 2022 as it is linked to student funding.
A summary of the main responsibilities of this role are detailed in the job description attached.
Lostock Hall Primary School and The TRUE Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its students and expects all staff to share this commitment. Appointment to this post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
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- School type
- Academy, ages 3 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 183 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 11
About Lostock Hall Primary School
We are a safe, stimulating and friendly school which provides an inclusive, calm, caring and productive learning environment. Our aim is to challenge and support each other and every child to help them realise their potential and to make a positive difference to their lives. Children leave Lostock Hall Primary school very well prepared for their future learning at secondary school and beyond.
Our building is set well back from the road on a large site comprising an extensive playing field, playgrounds and an environmental study area. The school has been recognised as a Health Promoting School, resulting from the development of the outside environment. The school building, which was opened in 1974, is extremely well resourced, through new build (2012) and internal refurbishment. Careful organisation of our open plan environment provides the necessary timetabling for shared facilities and for small, large group and whole class learning.
The children are involved in local music festivals which take place from time to time and generally involve other primary schools in the area taking part. They raise funds for local, national and international charities. The school benefits from association with the local Residents Group, local churches, Brownies, Lostock Hall Pre-School Nursery, and Lostock Rangers FC to name but a few.