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SEN Learning Support Assistant

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Organisation:St Hardulph’s C of E Primary School 

Working Hours: Part Time , Hours per week - 30 

Salary:£18,933 - £19,312 pro rata - Pro-Rata 

Appointment Type:Fixed Term 

Location:St Hardulph's C of E Primary School, Main Street, Breedon on the HIll, Derbyshire, DE73 8AN 


Closing date:10 December 2021 at midnight 

Fixed Term from 4th January 2022 until 24th August 2022. This post is linked to external funding and therefore duration could be subject to change.
The governors of St Hardulph’s Church of England Primary School are seeking to recruit a super SEN Learning Support Assistant to work with a child with special educational needs in year 4. This will involve supporting the child individually and some group work following a personalised timetable under the direction of the class teacher both in and outside of the classroom and during lunchtime. This offers an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to work as part of a team striving for outstanding provision to enable the whole school community to flourish, whilst promoting and nurturing the Christian ethos and values in all areas of school life.
The successful candidate will:

 • Have experience of working with children with special educational needs.
• Be qualified to a minimum of NVQ Level 2 in Supporting Teaching & Learning or equivalent.
• Be committed, caring and hard-working.
• Be able to liaise with outside agencies.
• Have a love for working with children.
• Build a positive relationship with a fantastic pupil and their family.
• Be motivated, well organised, patient, adaptable and able to use their own initiative.

In return, St Hardulph’s can offer: 

  • Happy, hardworking and engaged pupils and staff.
  • A modern and well cared for school building with lots of outside space.
  • A forward thinking headteacher committed to bringing out the best in everyone.
  • Planned opportunities for professional development
  • An active and supportive governing body that works in partnership with the whole school community.
  • A school with potential for growth and development that has foundations on which to build its future success.
Interested applicants are welcome to visit the school and can make an appointment to see St Hardulph’s in action, meeting our staff and pupils, by contacting the school office by phone or email.
If you would like to find out more or have any questions regarding this exciting opportunity please contact the headteacher Mrs Kelly Ellis for an informal discussion by calling or emailing school.
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