Salary - £19,446 - £21,693,(Full Time). Actual Salary: £13,544 - £15,109 (pro rata per annum)
Closing Date - 1st July 2019 (midday)
Contract - Fixed Term / Term Time Only (39 weeks). Part time (approx. 6 hours per day)
Start Date - 1st September 2019
Interview Date - 5th July 2019
Are you passionate about every child’s learning and believe in enabling an inclusive environment for the benefit of all children? Joining our friendly and supportive team, you will work to provide support to an individual pupil with high physical, learning and emotional needs, to enable them to achieve to the best of their ability.
At Court Lane Infants we know the success of our children is due to the commitment of our staff and believe in providing staff with opportunities for development. This role requires the successful completion of a paid training programme: 30 hours of theory training plus up to 4 weeks of practical training (mornings only) before the start of the school term in September 2019.
You will be an enthusiastic and dynamic individual, preferably with experience of working with children with additional needs. With a flexible, reliable and enthusiastic approach, you will be committed to developing effective working relationships with children, parents, staff and other professionals, to enable the very best support for children’s learning and development, whilst promoting excellent behaviour and high standards.
Working with the University of Chichester Academy Trust, Court Lane Infant School is a large well-established school with strong community links, a friendly, purposeful atmosphere, and well-motivated children. We are committed to the continual development of all our staff.
Visits to the school would be warmly welcomed and to find out more, or to arrange an informal visit please contact the school office on 02392 378890.
For further details of this vacancy and to download the job profile and application form, please visit www.unicat.org.uk/find-job or our school website www.courtlane-inf.portsmouth.sch.uk.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.