Main Road, Marchwood, Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 4ZH

023 8086 3105

Marchwood Junior School

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Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant

Hampshire

  • Closing Date: Monday 13th July
  • Job Start Date: Saturday 01 Sep 2020
  • Contract/Hours: Permanent, Part-time
  • Salary Type: Support Staff
  • Salary Details:
  • Hours of Work: Permanent, Part Time
  • Location of Role: School Site
  • Contact e-mail address: jjones@marchwoodjun.co.uk

Job/Person Summary


We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated Learning Support Assistant to join our Marchwood family for September 2020.

Marchwood Junior is an outstanding school (Ofsted Nov 2018) with lovely children who are curious about the world around them and love to learn new things. You would be joining an excellent staff team who enjoy working together within a positive learning culture to provide fantastic opportunities for our children. Please look on our website to find out more about our Marchwood Family.

 

Role Purpose:

  • To work in partnership with the teachers to foster effective participation of pupils in the social and academic processes of the school.
  • To deliver and record outcomes for a range of formal and informal interventions to key children/s as directed by the SENCo and Class Teacher.

 

Support For Pupils:  

  • Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, safeguarding, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person.
  • Support and assist groups or individual children engage in learning, remain on task and develop effective learning behaviours to enable children to make good progress.
  • Support children in their development of social skills in line with the school policy and national curriculum requirements.
  • Assist the inclusion of all children to ensure the optimum benefit from teaching input which incorporates dealing with behaviour issues and supporting special learning needs.
  • Assist pupils to meet their medical, social, physical, emotional, hygiene and welfare requirements.
  • At times work with children on a 1:1 basis with complex needs.

 

Support For The Teachers:

  • To take direction from the class teacher and SENCo by working with children against agreed plans.
  • Help to develop and implement lesson plans and teaching materials.
  • Provide feedback to teachers on pupil performance, barriers to learning and effectiveness of classroom routines and organisation.
  • Monitor and record progress of pupils to track individual achievement.

 

Support For the Curriculum:

  • Support and work with the teacher in testing and assessment activities.
  • Review progress of pupils against specific learning programmes.
  • Provide effective intervention and support aspects of the national curriculum such as literacy and numeracy.

 

Support For The School:

  • Implement school curriculum policies including the school behaviour code.
  • Spot early signs related to child protection, bullying and/or disruptive behaviour and ensure that this is reported appropriately.
  • Work with outside agencies, where necessary, according to the needs of the specific pupils.
  • Provide clerical/administration support e.g. photocopying, filing, collecting money etc;
  • Playtime supervision as directed by the SENCo or Head Teacher.

 

Professional Development:

  • Be aware of the whole school vision and aims.
  • Participate in meetings, training and other learning activities and performance development, as required.
  • Identify areas of interest and future development.
  • Participate in the individual performance process to improve personal performance.
  • To fulfil any other reasonable task requested by the Head Teacher.

 

Person Specification:

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate some or all of the following qualities:

  • Relevant experience in a teaching/learning/working environment desirable.
  • Good literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Empathy with pupils and sympathetic to their needs.
  • Good communication skills and able to clarify and explain instructions clearly.
  • Professionally discreet and able to respect confidentiality on particular issues.
  • Well developed interpersonal skills and sense of humour, enabling effective relationships with a variety of different people.
  • Team worker.
  • Able to work independently and with initiative.
  • Experience of working with children with Special educational Needs.

 

Application Procedure


Visits to our school are warmly welcomed. If you would like to book on a tour please contact the school office by email or by telephone - 023 8086 3105.