The successful applicant will be expected to provide care and support for students in a range of ways, including working with students with significant barriers to learning and developing and leading on specialist care, guidance, and support packages.
1. Providing pastoral support for students, including one-to-one interventions, small group work, and in class support
2. Supporting with social times in relation to specific daily duties
3. Striving to ensuring exemplary attendance through regular tracking and monitoring of all students
4. Supporting the process of identifying and responding to student’s learning needs
5. Preparing curriculum materials to support students
6. Liaising pastorally in supporting required behavioural interventions
7. Assisting in planning the provision of in-class support
8. Supporting intervention programmes for students in relation to aspects such as anger management, anxiety, worry and emotional self-regulation
9. Assisting in reporting on students’ progress
10. Liaising regularly with parents on any required and necessary matters
The above list is not intended to be exhaustive, and the successful applicant will be expected to work flexibly.
Essential skills and requirements:
Relevant NVQ2 or equivalent qualification or suitable equivalent qualification or experience of working with young people
Ideally have at least two years experience of work within a school/Academy related service or be able to demonstrate an interest in supporting children and young people
Working with children, young people, parents and families preferably within an educational context.
An enhanced DBS check will be required for all successful applicants.
5 hours per day, Monday to Friday. Term time plus one week (39 working weeks per year).
Hourly rate of pay:
National Minimum Wage
Job placement location: