The Brow Community Primary School
Tel: 01928 563089
Fax: 01928 591314 Email: email@example.com
Job Vacancy: Classroom Assistant 1:1 Pupil Support for two children (From 1st October 2020-31st August 2023)
Temporary: (25 hours) 9 am – 2.30 pm (half hour for lunch)
Salary: HBC 2 Spt 3-4
Closing Date: 24th September 2020
Interview Date: Week begining 28th September
The Governing Board of The Brow Community Primary School would like to invite applications from experienced support staff to join the staff of our friendly, hardworking school.
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, energetic, skilled practitioner with high expectations and a commitment to obtain the highest standards of pupil achievement, engagement and behaviour. The successful candidate will have experience of working with children in EYFS and with children with a range of complex special education needs. Experience of supporting children with speech, language and communication needs, ASC and SEMH is highly desirable, along with the skills needed to support intimate care and supporting feeding/medical needs. We are looking for a classroom assistant who is able to demonstrate a calm, positive, nurturing approach which inspires children to learn and achieve.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate a child-centred, nurturing approach, and the ability to maintain clear and consistent boundaries.
We can offer you:
- A happy, friendly, supportive and hardworking school community with a strong family ethos and a commitment to excellence, enabling children to learn in a safe and welcoming environment.
- Ongoing professional development opportunities and excellent links with Local Authority representatives and external agencies.
- A supportive and experienced Governing Board.
Applicants will need to demonstrate:
- Commitment to inclusive learning
- An understanding of SEND including speech and language, ASC and SEMH as this role is to support two children with Education Health Care Plans.
- Excellent subject knowledge across EYFS curriculum
- A commitment to establishing high expectations of achievement and behaviour for all children
- Excellent classroom practice
- Enthusiasm, professionalism and integrity
- Excellent inter personal, communication and organisation skills in order to work as a part of a team
- The desire to work in accordance with the school’s mission statement and development priorities
- A reflective approach and commitment to professional development
- A clear understanding of nurture principles and the importance of developing the physical and emotional well-being of all children.
- The Council and its schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff, workers and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will undergo an enhanced DBS check and need to provide original copies of all relevant paperwork/qualifications required for this role.