Learning Support Assistant

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Description

We are looking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant within the Hearing Impaired Resource Base to ensure all our students fulfil their potential. This role is supported with an Advanced Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching and Learning (Level 2), which would prove hugely beneficial for candidates seeking a future in teaching. The post is initially offered on a one year fixed term contract with the possibility of permanency in the future. The successful candidate will provide support for students as identified by the Teacher of the Deaf. Good levels of numeracy and literacy are required (GCSE or equivalent in English and Maths). Previous school experience and specialist qualifications are not essential, as it is more important for the successful candidate to show empathy, resilience, initiative, dedication to our students, and a good sense of humour. Training and guidance will be provided. Signing is not required for this post, although support to acquire this skill will be available for interested candidates. The post is for 32.5 hours per week, term time only. Extra additional hours may be available to cover supported afterschool study sessions for interested candidates. This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful secondary school which is ?where teachers and leaders at all levels are enthusiastic and ambitious? (Ofsted 2017).

Organisation
The Henry Beaufort School
Location
Winchester, Hampshire
Start Date
Spring 2019
Full-time/Part-time
Part-time
Job type
Contract
Contact Details
For further information or an application form please contact Susan McCue, Senior Administration Assistant, on tel: 01962 880073 extension 275 or email susan.mccue@staff.beaufort.hants.sch.uk.
Added to site
Feb 19th, 2019

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