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Learning Support Assistant (part time)

  • Surrey

  • St George's Junior School

  • Competitive salary

  • Part-time


Learning Support Assistant required for September 2019 to work part time within our Learning Support Department.


We are seeking to recruit for September 2019, a part time Learning Support Assistant.

This is an opportunity to help the Learning Support Department, and the Teaching Staff, assist pupils with specific learning challenges to maximise their learning potential. The role will see the newly appointed member of staff work with a range of pupils in EYFS, KS1 and KS2, supporting children with their development, including support with phonics, reading intervention, numeracy skills, organisation and social skills, depending on need. The Learning Support Department consists of the SENCo, 3 Learning Support Teachers and 1 Learning Support Assistant. It is well resourced with break out areas around the school to use for 1:1 and group sessions.

You will enjoy working as a team, have a good sense of humour, and will maintain excellent working relationships with colleagues. Our aim is to develop independent, lifelong learners who are well prepared for their next stage of learning and we are seeking someone who shares our aims. The successful candidate will be expected to work five mornings starting at 8.30 am by assisting with reading intervention and then 24 periods each week (equivalent of 3 days) as directed by the Line Manager (SENCo).

A full job description and person specification, along with details about how to apply and information about working at St George's can be found in our Candidate Information Pack.

The closing date for applications is Monday 17 June 2019, 8.00 am with interviews taking place later in the week.


Further Information


St George's Junior School

Thames Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8NL


01932 839400

Closing Date: 16 June 2019

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