‘Holy Trinity CofE Junior School is committed to positively tackling discrimination in all its forms and works to ensure that all sections of the community have fair and equal access to and experience within employment. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, in particular those that are currently underrepresented in our workforce; we are respectful of all individuals’ race, age, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, caring
responsibilities, disabilities and cultural background.’
Learning Support Assistant vacancies:
Do you have the skills to help children to learn and develop – emotionally and academically?
Do you want to be part of an effective, hardworking and friendly team?
Do you need to work within the school day and term time only?
Then this job could be right for you!
Learning support assistants work 1:1 (or sometimes with small groups, according to defined needs) to support children with educational health care plans to meet their targets.
LSAs work within the direction of the class teacher to support children and must be flexible, creative, resilient and a team player. A knowledge of ASD or trauma would be of benefit, but training will be provided.
We have a temporary position available:
25 hours per week. The hours are worked between 8.55a.m. – 3.10p.m.
Please see the links to the job description, person specification & the application form below. This job is also advertised on Eteach.
Visits to the school are welcome.
We need to have some more midday supervisors, as full time roles and as reserve staff.
If you would like to apply, please contact the office staff asap.
The lunch times run from 11.50a.m.-12.40p.m.; then 12.45p.m. -1.35pm.
We will need staff for some or all of that time.
As these roles will involve contact with children we will take up at least two references before interview asking about your suitability to work with children. Any job offer will be conditional on you having a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service Criminal Records Check and Barred List Check, having the legal right to work in the UK and having satisfactory overseas criminal records checks if deemed necessary. It is an offence to apply for this role if barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.
We may carry out online checks on shortlisted applicants.