Fairmead Road, Saltash, Cornwall PL12 4LT

01752 843 019 Fax: 01752840869

secretary@burraton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Vacancies

 

 

 

 KS2 Learning Support Assistant

 

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing date:   2nd October 2019

Interview date:    15th October 2019

Salary Scale:  Grade D £17364 - £18426 pro rata term time only. (28 hours per week).

 

We are looking to appoint an excellent Learning Support Assistant or a qualified teacher wishing to move into a support role to support the learning of our children.  The post will be based in KS2 and will be temporary for a year in the first instance.

 

Please refer to the job description and person specification to ensure that you meet the requirements.  Applicants will need to be good team players who are willing to go the extra mile for our children. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of our children. The post will require an enhanced DBS.  Further information, including an application form, is available on the school website:  www.burraton.cornwall.sch.uk.  Please email completed application forms to secretary@burraton.cornwall.sch.uk.

 

Job Description

Declaration of Criminal Conviction

Equal Opportunities Document

Application Form

PSA / Learning Support Assistant/ Mealtime Assistant

Start date:   As soon as possible

Closing date:  17th October 2019

Interview date:  31st October 2019

Salary Scale:  £17364 - £21166 pro rata £9.00 per hour

 

We have a vacancy for a multi talented individual who can work as a Parent Support Advisor and a Thrive Practitioner.   The work of the PSA will allow children and families to feel supported and will ensure effective outcomes in terms of improving mental health, wellbeing, relationships and home and school circumstances for many of our families. Vulnerable pupils deserve to be identified and receive support from PSAs who are well-trained, clear about their role and feel well supported to deliver their vital intervention. We can offer you coordinated support in every aspect of your role. The work of the Thrive Practitioner will be to support some of our most vulnerable children with activities designed to build resilience and self esteem.  Please refer to the job description and person specification to ensure that you meet the requirements.  Applicants will need to be good team players who are willing to go the extra mile for our children.

Job Description

Declaration of Criminal Conviction

Equal Opportunities Form

Application Form