- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
35.50 per week
- Working Week
Monday - Friday - TBC
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Russell Education Trust
Description of Opportunity
To provide support to our SEND department to undertake work, care and support programmes to facilitate learning of students and to assist teachers in the management of students and the classroom. To support key students with regards their access to the curriculum and their personal care.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Donna Keenan
D.Keenan@aal.org.uk - ALDRIDGE EDUCATION (Ref ID: VAC001754498)
A commitment to supporting learners with individual academic and welfare needs.
To contribute to the school's pastoral system
To observe and implement current school policies and good practice
To participate in the School’s performance management scheme
To carry out such particular duties as the Headteacher may reasonably direct from time to time
Support the Christian ethos and values of the school
GCSE or equivalent (NVQ level 2) passes grade A*-C/9-4 in English and mathematics (literacy and numeracy)
Relevant first aid knowledge desirable but not essential
Be flexible and resourceful
Be an effective member of a team
Display moral, intellectual and personal integrity and authority
Show determination, optimism and resilience in the face of challenges and set-backs
Be committed to equality of opportunity, community cohesion and student social mobility
You may be required to undertake such duties as may be reasonably required of you commensurate with this grade. Satisfactorily meeting the Trust’s employment checks – a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (including any relevant overseas checks), health assessment, references, qualifications and legal entitlement to work in the UK
The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
A permanent position may be offered upon successful completion of the apprenticeship. Opportunity to learn and develop within the company. Progression on to higher apprenticeship / training
At King’s School we seek to ensure that all we do is driven by our core value of love. Love necessitates respect for all; a responsible approach to all our actions and interactions; and the demonstration of forgiveness.
We strive to honour each other as unique creations of God. In doing so we value diversity and difference.
We look to nurture each other to enable us to reach the full limits of our God-given potential.
We try continually to ‘raise each other up’ to be the people that God intends us to be.
The intention of our curriculum is to teach our students to become wise.