About the role
Primary Outreach / Learning Support Worker
We are looking to appoint a motivated, enthusiastic and committed person to join our Primary Outreach Team as a Primary Outreach / Learning Support Worker, supporting pupils in mainstream primary schools.
The successful candidates will have experience as a Teaching Assistant or experience of working with children with additional educational needs and will be able to support students in a full range of subjects.
You will possess excellent communication and proven organisational skills and be approachable, calm and positive. You should be a team player, who is also able to work on your own initiative.
You will need to hold a current valid driver’s licence, as you will be travelling to primary schools to support pupils in their mainstream settings.
Rivers ESC is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
We welcome visits to our school from potential applicants.
The position will be for 37 hours per week, Term Time Only.
The salary will be H5 Pay Range (£20,344-£22,462 FTE).
Closing date: 12.00pm, Wednesday 4th March 2020.
Interview date: Monday 9th March 2020.
Rivers Education Support Centre
Rivers Education Support Centre provides educational programmes to support pupils who are at serious risk of permanent exclusion or who have been permanently excluded from their mainstream school.
The centre’s vision is to inspire and enable pupils to
- Become confident, independent and successful young people
- Excel in Learning
- Engage positively with the community
- Be ambitious for their futures.
At our KS3 the focus of centre work is to re-engage the pupils with their learning and reintegrate them into a mainstream school setting. The outreach team works closely with all primary and secondary schools in supporting pupils who are experiencing emotional, social, behaviour challenges that are impacting on their school success.
At our KS4 pupils are provided with an alternative provision where it is acknowledged that a mainstream setting is not meeting their needs. Pupils are offered a wide variety of opportunities for accreditation, including GCSE courses, OCR, City and Guilds, BTEC. Rivers success is built upon strong partnerships with schools and other services and most importantly, with young people and their parents and carers
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