Required for Spring 2023
Salary: NJC Scale 3, Point 4 - 6 £24,408 - £25,212 FTE (actual starting salary £19,596)
Closing Date: 9am, 5th December 2022
Glebe School is an outstanding secondary special school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and complex needs, including autistic spectrum disorders.
Our dedicated team of teaching assistants work 33.75 hours per week (including a paid lunch break). Support Staff have a 39-week term time only contract, with hours worked over 38 weeks to allow for a two-week autumn half term.
Our teaching assistants have:
- A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
- A passion for education and commitment to working alongside the teachers to provide a high quality learning environment
- Pupil focus as a priority and ability to forge positive relationships with pupils and colleagues
- Good numeracy and literacy skills
- An optimistic, enthusiastic and motivated approach
- A warm, yet professional manner towards colleagues, pupils & visitors at all times
- A commitment to contributing to the positive ethos and strategic direction of the school
In return, we can offer you:
- Students who enjoy school and thrive on their broad curriculum and a wide range of activities;
- A stable and committed staff team determined to give our students the best possible opportunities;
- Appropriate training and continuing professional development
- A supportive SLT; positive professional relationships
- Access to our Employee Assistance Programme
- A well-being day every year
The Specialist Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure from the DBS and satisfactory pre-employment checks will be required for this post. CVs will not be accepted.
We are committed to promoting equality and challenging discrimination. We welcome applications from all members of the community, regardless of gender, age, marital status, disability, ethnicity, religion, belief or sexual orientation.