SENIOR LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT | Fairmead school

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ABOUT THE SCHOOL                

Fairmead Community Special School transforms the lives of pupils aged between

4-19 years with additional learning needs (MLD and ASD). The school works in partnership with parents/carers and other stakeholders to develop our pupils in becoming positive individuals who make a valuable contribution to their community.

SENIOR LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT

(37 Hours per week – Term Time only – 39 weeks) Grade 13 (£17,088 – £18,866) subject to experience

Under the guidance of the class teacher, the Senior LSA will provide reliable and consistent support for the class. They will support the teacher/s by working with individual pupils, small groups or taking the class for some lessons. The Senior LSA will be involved in supporting the delivery of all aspects of the school’s curriculum, in line with the school’s curriculum policies

To obtain an application pack please view http://www.fairmeadschool.com/vacancies or contact SPhipps@fairmeadschool.com

Prospective candidates are warmly invited to visit our school; this can be arranged by contacting SPhipps@fairmeadschool.com

Fairmead School is committed to safeguarding the school community. All job applications must contain the disclosure of any spent convictions and cautions. The school will carry out pre-employment vetting procedures, which include the successful outcome of an enhanced DBS

Closing/Shortlisting Date: Wednesday 20th July 2022

Interviews: Monday 25th July 2022

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