This job expired on 9 July 2021

  • Expected start date

    1 September 2021

  • Application deadline

    9 July 2021 at 12:00pm

  • Date listed

    21 June 2021

Job details

Working pattern
Contract type
Fixed term (This post will be offered on a temporary basis to specifically support a child with special educational needs and will be reviewed on a half termly basis or sooner if the funding ceases.)
Grade C SCP 2 – 4 (including SEN allowance)

Job summary

 To work with teachers to support teaching and learning by working with individuals or small groups of pupils under the direction of teaching staff, and may be responsible for some learning activities within the overall teaching plan. May work in the classroom or appropriate location within the school, with access to support and guidance as required.  Work with children and young people who have a range if significant and often complex SEND for example those with autism, social, emotional and mental health difficulties, profound and multiple, serve or moderate learning difficulties including, in some instances, those with life limiting conditions and those who exhibit challenging behaviour.  To undertake specified work with individuals, groups and whole classes 

 The postholder will be required to exercise his/her skills and judgement to carry out the duties set out below: To be responsible for the behaviour of pupils during the lunch time period both indoors and outdoors, in accordance with the general practices of the school. ·         Assist in preparing the layout of the tables in preparation for lunch including laying up tables. 
·         Supervise the pupils when they are in the dining room/classrooms eating lunch. 
·         Assist in clearing up the dining room after the lunch break including clearing any food and wrapping left on the tables and wiping the tables and sweeping the floor. To ensure that Health and Safety practices and procedures affecting pupils and supervisory staff are maintained including the reporting of accidents, action taken etc. 
To assist in ensuring that only authorised persons/pupils are on school premises during the lunch time period. To co-operate with staff working with pupils participating in lunchtime activities.      
Report to the Headteacher on the general conduct of pupils, incidents of unruly behaviour and any disciplinary action deemed necessary. To discharge other related duties or responsibilities as defined by the Headteacher. 

Additional allowances

 Teaching Assistant (TA) – 27.5 hours per week, TTO +5 days Grade C SCP 2 – 4 (including SEN allowance) - £19,522 to £20,257 FTE per annum Actual salary: £12,411.35 to £12,878.64 (including SEN allowance)  Midday Supervisory Assistant (MSA) – 5 hours per week, TTO Grade B SCP 2 - £2.206 

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School overview

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
School size
202 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11
Contact phone number
0113 2892541

About Thorner Church of England Primary School

Thorner Church of England Primary School is a village school that is at the heart of a vibrant and incredibly supportive local community. As our website demonstrates, the children are supported in their learning and development by extremely dedicated staff, governors and parents. We work hard to provide a safe, caring and inspiring environment to enable our pupils to flourish and achieve their very best. We are all very proud of Thorner school and would love to show you all of the exciting teaching and learning that is happening both in and out of the classroom. We hope our website enables you to gain an insight into life at our school, but please do not hesitate to get in touch if you require any further information. Mrs G. Whawell (Acting Headteacher) & Mrs S. Robertson (Executive Headteacher) We are proud to be members of North Star and Polaris Teaching School Alliances. North Star and Polaris formed a unique partnership in 2016 to support school improvement (mainly across North Yorkshire) and work with around 60 primary schools in the region. Our collective aim is to improve outcomes for all children through a self-sustaining, dynamic system of school improvement and support across North Yorkshire and beyond.'

School location

Kirkhills, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 3JD

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