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Learning Support Assistant

  • Period: Full Time (8:00 am – 3:30pm, Monday – Friday)
  • Contract:
  • Closing date for applications: 31 October 2014

Supporting the Pupil

  • To develop excellent professional relationships with students
  • To develop an understanding of specific needs of students supported
  • To help students work effectively as an individual and within groups both inside and outside of the classroom
  • To support students with revision materials and techniques as directed by the LS teacher or Class Teacher
  • To support as a reader, scribe or invigilator in exams for special arrangements

Supporting Teaching Staff

  • To assist teachers to develop a suitable programme of support and then carry out the programme either within the classroom or as a withdrawal intervention
  • To help adapt and find resources to enable students to access the curriculum
  • Meet regularly/liaise with HoLS, LS teacher and Teaching staff to plan and prepare
  • Attend departmental meeting when required
  • Record, monitor and assess children’s progress
  • Manage LS files and administration tasks
  • To highlight any concerns or achievements of students to the relevant department/staff

Supporting the School

  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Enhance the home/school relationship always mindful of professionalism
  • Perform regular duties
  • Attend whole school CPD and meetings where appropriate
  • To be aware of and support the School and Department Action Plans, targets and policies.
  • Participate in relevant professional development opportunities including performance management activities
  • Play a full part in the school community and support the school ethos

SPECIFICATION

ESSENTIAL

DESIRABLE

 

Qualifications   and Training

 

A good standard of general education

Including GCSE English & Maths at Grade C or above (or Thai/Foreign equivalent).

Further or Higher Education

TEFL Qualification

Experience

Relevant work experience.

Relevant work experience in a similar environment.

 

Qualities, skills, knowledge and abilities

 

 

 

Strong literacy and numeracy skills.

 

 

Good communication skills; able to clarify and explain instructions clearly to students and provide feedback to teachers.

Fluency and literacy in an additional language

Team player with a ‘can do’ solution focused approach.

 

Able to work independently and with initiative.

 

Flexible; able to adapt quickly and effectively to changing circumstances or situations.

 

Able to work calmly and with patience.

 

Professionally discrete and able to respect professional boundaries and confidentiality on particular issues.

 

Good organisational skills.

 

Good ICT skills.

 

Well-developed interpersonal skills and sense of humour enabling effective relationships with a variety of different people.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office and SIMs

Able to establish and maintain good professional relationships and rapport with other colleagues in the school and external contacts (e.g. parents, members of the community).

 

Enjoy a good rapport with young people.

 

Empathy with students and sympathetic to their needs.

 

Able to motivate and encourage students appropriately.

 

Firm, sensitive and effective approach towards student discipline.