The Osborne Trust
Wishes to appoint a
Learning Support Assistant
Based at Warren Primary School
Gilbert Road, Chafford Hundred, Grays, Essex RM16 6NB
Fixed Term Contract until 31/8/2021
Salary – Band B Point 6 £11,350 pa (actual salary)
Hours - Monday to Friday 0845 to 1330 23 ¾ hours per week (term time only)
We are looking to recruit a part - time Learning Support Assistant to be part of our professional team. You will be enthusiastic and self-motivated, have good communication skills, along with patience and empathy. Together with these attributes, a good standard of numeracy and literacy to a minimum NVQ level 2 is required.
Previous experience of a school setting is desirable but not essential.
We can offer you a friendly and welcoming school community, with well-behaved and enthusiastic pupils, excellent support and training opportunities and a supportive and well-resourced school.
Warren is located within a community of private housing, with excellent rail and road links to London and the M25.
If you wish to be considered application forms are available from our website or alternatively please email email@example.com
Closing Date: noon, 11th November 2020
Interview Date: 18th November 2020
Osborne Co-operative Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, medical clearance and satisfactory references
Train to be a Teacher
The Teach Thurrock Primary Partnership was formed by 14 schools in the Thurrock area in 2012. Acknowledging that working together on a shared vision of Initial Teacher Training would produce outstanding teachers of the future, the headteachers devised an innovative training programme, in collaboration with the DFE’s School Direct initiative. This initiative has resulted in 56 trainees being placed in Thurrock schools since 2013, an amazing achievement.
The Partnership (validated by UCL, Institute of Education) is delivered by experienced lecturers at the university and by headteachers and outstanding teachers in the Partnership's purpose-built training room.
The training programme is supported by Dilkes Academy, which was awarded the prestigious status of National Teaching School in March 2013. This accreditation is given to outstanding schools, to provide a leading role in the training and professional development of teachers, support staff and headteachers. The Teaching School's Initial Teaching in Education programmes are delivered in partnership with the collaboration of primary schools and the IOE. In this capacity the Thurrock Primary Teaching School manages the Initial Teacher Training Programme for Teach Thurrock. This unique research-based teaching approach ensures that our trainees are already working towards being outstanding teachers of the future.