About the Role
The role of Learning Support Assistant is central to enabling excellence for all our children at Green Park Village Primary Academy. It is a role which has an influence on all children in the school, supporting all aspects of their experience within their school day- learning, play, transitions and routines.
Learning Support Assistants follow teacher’s guidance and direction for their role in the day-to- day teaching and learning provision for children, including those with Special Educational Needs, English as an Additional Language, those more-able learners and those eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant. There is expectation that Learning Support Assistants are able to respond to the needs of the children and adapt their support appropriately in a responsive way. Whether you are new to the role or have experience to bring, you will receive coaching and mentoring from experienced teachers and leaders in the academy and trust to ensure that you are supported in all aspects of what you do.
Therefore, we welcome applications from experienced Learning Support Assistants, as well as those looking for their first position in working as part of a school team. Our Learning Support Assistants are required to support all children in the school, including those with more complex needs. No role in our school is solely one to one support, interventions or class based- the needs of the children on a particular day always come first.
Green Park Village Primary Academy is a highly inclusive setting, valuing all children’s achievements and their diversity, ensuring that each child is given every opportunity to meet their full potential and shine in whatever they would like to do.
At Green Park Village Primary Academy we want to provide opportunities for all children to have exceptional futures.
You are invited to submit a REAch2 application form to Gemma Jackson, Head Teacher, via [email protected] The supporting statement should clearly refer to the job description and person specification and detail how your experience and skills are suitable for our school. Please note that we do not accept CVs.
REAch2 Academy Trust have an Equal Opportunities Policy for selection and recruitment. Applicants are requested to complete the Trust’s online Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form separately.
In accordance with our Safeguarding Policy, the successful candidate will be required to have an enhanced DBS check.
To arrange an informal discussion please contact Gemma Jackson, Head Teacher via [email protected] or 01184676222
REAch2 is continuously working towards improving the diversity of the Trust, and the experience for our staff from diverse backgrounds. We are clear that the value of greater diversity to the Trust lies in the way we will value difference when we work together towards richer solutions.
We are keen to hear from all candidates with the appropriate experience who feel they can make a real contribution to the Trust. If you can bring a fresh perspective to the challenges we face whether through your background as someone from an ethnic minority or you live with a disability (visible or not), are open about your faith, religion or belief or about being LGBTQ+, your application will receive a warm welcome. As will applications from all suitable candidates.
REAch2 is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all adults working in or with our schools to share this commitment.
Enclosed in our application pack is a copy of our safer recruitment policy, which outlines the steps we take to ensure that we attract the most suitable, high calibre candidates, and to help deter, reject or identify people who might abuse children or are otherwise unsuited to working with them.
We encourage all potential candidates to read this policy carefully in order to fully understand what is expected of you in our recruitment process. All roles will be assessed for the appropriate level of DBS check, which will include a Children’s Barred List check if the role meets the criteria for regulated activity.
- A firm commitment to you and your professional development
- Friendly, supportive, enthusiastic and hardworking colleagues, staff and Governors
- A growing learning community
- Encouragement to develop new ideas and the opportunity to make a real difference
- Coaching and mentoring from the trust and school teachers and leaders
- Fantastic trust wide CPD opportunities
- Vast opportunities for career progression