The Hythe Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. If you are appointed you will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check (previously known as a CRB check) and required to declare any unspent convictions, cautions, warnings and bind-overs you may have, regardless of how long ago they occurred, as well as any pending criminal proceedings or current police investigations.
Contract type – Full / Part Time
Contract term – initially 1 year Fixed Term
Salary – Main Scale
The Hythe School is in the process of becoming a two-form entry Primary School in the heart of our community in Staines. As part of this expansion we are looking to appoint an exceptional teacher to deliver outstanding lessons across the curriculum.
- Are you driven with a passion for teaching and learning?
- Do you possess a real empathy for young children and what motivates them?
- Are you confident about your impact on pupils’ progress?
- Do you have the ability to create a happy and focused atmosphere in your classroom?
If you are able to demonstrate these skills, we would love to hear from you.
We offer a passionate leadership team, great teaching and support staff, who together are determined to realise the full potential of every pupil at The Hythe School. We are really proud of our children and are certain that you would be too.
NQTs are welcome to apply.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews (please ensure that a current telephone number is included with your application).
Learning Support Assistant (LSA)/ Junior Positive Behaviour (PBS) Support Tutor
Hours: 12.00-3.30 pm, Monday to Friday – Term Time Only, £15 per hour
Expected Start Date: 23rd April 2019.
The job is based in a small SEN unit, within a mainstream school in Staines. LSA/PBS Tutor should have experience and/or qualifications in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and language deficits, and be prepared to undertake the 40-hour online training as recommended by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board. You will have bi weekly supervision and opportunities for further formal training. .
The LSA/Junior tutor will be required to deliver classroom targets and assist the class teacher deliver the EYFS differentiated to the individual student within the unit. Priority will be on the student gaining the pre-learning skills to access the EYFS, and to develop play skills and social skills. In addition to this the LSA/Junior tutor will be required to deliver specific verbal targets embedded within play.
The LSA/PBS tutor will be expected to learn very basic Makaton sign language and will be fully supported to achieve this. The LSA/PBS tutor will receive bi weekly training with the BCBA and be required to learn the basis of techniques that are required for Positive Behaviour Support, as guided by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board.
LSA/PBS Tutor will be expected to deliver multidisciplinary targets and not just positive behaviour support and EYFS. Other therapies they will deliver will be Speech and Language targets, and Occupational Therapy targets. These therapies will scheduled and integrated daily into the school routine.
Full training in the delivery and data collection for these targets, will be given.
Contract: Self Employed and required to submit own tax to HMRC, payment will be paid monthly by submission of invoice to Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Insurance: LSA/PBS Tutor will have their own indemnity insurance and third-party insurance (guidance on this will be given)
References: x 2 written references
DBS check: Yes
Safeguarding: LSA/PBS Tutor will attend an NSPCC safeguarding course
To apply for this role please submit your CV to Katharine by email: firstname.lastname@example.org