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The Hayes Primary School
SEN Support Teaching assistant (1:1)
Level 2


Salary Grade: Grade 3, Spinal point 15 - 17

Number of hours: 30 hours Monday to Friday term time including support at lunchtime

Tenable from: as soon as possible


The Hayes Primary School is a two form entry primary school, situated in Kenley. We are proud of our academic standards, which remain high, and all pupils are encouraged to strive for their best, through carefully planned learning opportunities, provided by an excellent team of staff. We also ensure that children have a rich and broad curriculum with sport, music, art and drama featuring prominently.


We are looking for a teaching assistant to support a pupil with SEN on a 1:1 basis. Although the priority will be focussed around this particular pupil, there will be opportunities to work alongside other children in the class. Experience of supporting pupils with Autism would be an advantage.

 

The Hayes Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check as well as documentation and qualifications being checked. References will be taken up prior to interview. The school is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

 

Closing date: noon on Friday 17th November 2017

Interviews: Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Email application and supporting statement to Ms C Slade,
head@hayesprimary.croydon.sch.uk

 

 

Advert: Play Leader for Breakfast and After School Club

   From October 2017 permanent (subject to a satisfactory 6 month probation).

Salary: Grade 3, £18,936-£19,1623 Outer London (this is the full time salary for a member of staff that works 52 weeks per year, 36 hours per week).

Hours: Breakfast Club: 7:30am–8.45am. After School Club: 2:30pm-6:00pm.
 

Due to growth in popularity of our extended school provision, The Hayes is seeking to appoint a Wrap Around Care Play Leader with personal qualities and skills of the highest order.

 

Main purpose of the job

To organise and supervise the Breakfast and After School Club team, to ensure the safe and appropriate supervision of pupils during Breakfast and After School Club.

 

Main Responsibilities and Duties

  • To supervise and assist a team of play workers in our Wrap Around Provision.

  • Prepare the Breakfast Club and After School Club facilities and activities, ensuring quality standards agreed are met.

  • Recognises the quality of the Breakfast Club and After School Club has an impact on learning and on pupils’ attitude to school.

  • To keep a register of children attending and to carry out all administrative duties in accordance with the role, for example, medical forms, etc.

  • To interact positively with children to encourage them to engage in meaningful and constructive activities, and to deal with emergencies that may occur.

  • Supervise children in collecting food, being seated, clearing away crockery, moving to activities, in activity area and/or playground as appropriate.

  • Organise and plan play and art activities, reading and homework support.

  • Establish good relationships with children – interact positively, encouraging cooperation and mutual support; monitor children’s well-being and readiness for class; provide help and support to children.

  • Encourage good behaviour by using praise and reward and taking action with poor behaviour in line with school policy.

  • Ensure health and safety of children – maintain a register of children attending, control access to other parts of the school, administer any necessary basic first aid, record all injuries in the accident book, ensure children understand action to be taken in case of fire. Ensure a First Aid Box is taken outside during outdoor activities.

  • Treat all colleagues in a courteous and helpful manner, challenging racism and discriminating behaviour.

  • Attend and participate in relevant meetings as required. Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required.

  • Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person.

  • Be aware of and support difference and ensure all pupils have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop. To demonstrate an understanding of and a commitment to The Hayes Equal Opportunities policies and to the standards of customer care.

 

Closing Date: Friday 17th November 2017 (12pm)
Interview Date: Wednesday 22nd November 2017

 

Please send application and supporting statement to: Ms C Slade, Head Teacher: head@hayesprimary.croydon.sch.uk

The Hayes Primary School
 

SEN Support Teaching assistant (1:1) Level 2

Mid-Day Supervisor Level 1c

 

SEN Support Teaching Assistant Salary Grade: Grade 3, Spinal point 15 - 17

Number of hours: 23 ¾ hours Monday to Friday term time 1:1

Mid-Day Supervisor Salary Grade: Grade 1c, Spinal point 9 - 11

Number of hours: 6 ¼ hours Lunchtime Supervisor Role


Closing date: noon on Friday 17th November 2017

Interviews: Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Tenable from: as soon as possible


The Hayes Primary School is a two form entry primary school, situated in Kenley. We are proud of our academic standards, which remain high, and all pupils are encouraged to strive for their best, through carefully planned learning opportunities, provided by an excellent team of staff. We also ensure that children have a rich and broad curriculum with sport, music, art and drama featuring prominently.


We are looking for a teaching assistant to support a pupil with SEN on a 1:1 basis during the school day. Although the priority will be focussed around this particular pupil, there will be opportunities to work alongside other children in the class. Experience of supporting pupils with Autism would be an advantage. This position also includes a mid-day supervisor role, working with our children to support them at lunchtimes.

 

The Hayes Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check as well as documentation and qualifications being checked. References will be taken up prior to interview. The school is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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All of our staff are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.