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Student Support Assistant

Reference:

SEC241

Sector:

Secondary

Salary:

Competitive

Benefits:

competitive salary

Town/City:

Sevenoaks

Contract Type:

Permanent

About the school:
This is a foundation special needs school that caters for students with physical disabilities and complex medical needs. They have a large site with high quality teaching, social care and health care facilities. A staff team of over 200 people provides specialist teaching, social care, therapies and nursing care to an exceptionally high standard. Their overall aim is to enable every child and young person to achieve meaningful independence.
Students flourish in a supportive but challenging environment, making good educational progress and achieving a range of accreditation as they get older. There is excellent support to enable students to achieve functional communication, mobility and skills for daily living. The School works proactively with parents and external professionals to provide holistic support for every child and young person. The School always places children and young people at the centre of all decisions it takes and it has a relentless focus on achieving the best possible outcomes for every student.
They are set in beautiful grounds with rolling meadows. The school is set in a beautiful building with stunning views as far as the eyes can reach, with ample car parking spaces. One you have worked here, you shall never feel like leaving your job ever.
About the role:

They are looking for a daytime Student Support Assistant 1-1 for Monday to Friday to support a Hearing Impaired student. The support staff must be a level 3 BSL or above. It is vital that this support staff has very clear speech themselves. You will have Moving and Handling experience and be competent to carry out hoisting.

Term Time Teachers are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants will be subject to a full face-to-face registration and an Enhanced DBS (Formerly known as CRB).