1:1 Support Assistant (Primary) required at Bridge Learning Campus
Contract: Temporary (funding based), Term time only plus inset days
Salary: BG6 £20,043 - £20,444 FTE (£15,328 - £15,635 Actual)
Hours: Mon – Fri, 32.5 hours per week (Mon – Fri 8:15am – 3:15pm)
We are in a position to appoint at least one strong candidate to support 1-1 teaching and learning for SEND students at Bridge Learning Campus in Bristol. The role is varied, and we are looking for adaptable, flexible and resourceful individuals able to cope in a high-pressure environment and deal with constantly changing priorities.
- Supporting children on a 1:1 or small group basis
- Accompanying groups on trips
- Supporting assessment and evidencing learning
- Working with the teacher to create stimulating classroom displays and learning resources
- Maintaining a safe and positive environment for all learners
- Creating opportunities for all learners to reach their potential, irrespective of ability
WHAT WE OFFER:
The opportunity of working within a supportive, friendly environment in this well run and respected school.
- Good opportunities for personal and career development.
- Pension Scheme.
- Cycle to work and eye care schemes
- Free on site parking
- Access to employee assistance programme.
Application deadline: Ongoing (early application is advised as applications will be considered as they are received, and we reserve the right to appoint at any time in the process)
Start Date: As soon as possible
The Bridge Learning Campus is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and the expectation is that all staff and volunteers share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for the successful applicant.
It is our policy to obtain references prior to interview.
The ability to converse at ease with pupils, parents and other users of the service and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.
Trust in Learning (Academies) is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance. Our policy and practice is in line with the Department for Education’s ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ Guidance 2022.
We ensure that all appropriate measures are applied in relation to everyone who works for the Trust who is likely to be perceived by the children as a safe and trustworthy adult. Safer recruitment practice includes scrutinising applicants, online checks, verifying identity and academic or vocational qualifications, obtaining professional and character references, checking previous employment history and ensuring that a candidate has the health and physical capacity for the job.