|School||Preston Manor School|
|Head Teacher||Russell Denial|
|Job title||Higher Level Teaching Assistant - Mainstream Upper School (Ages 11-18): Literacy Focus|
Salary: Salary – Scale SO1, spinal point 23 - 25 plus Outer London Weighting (£30,239 - £32,108 pro rata) circa £26,562 - £28,203 (inclusive of Outer London Weighting)
|Hours||36 Hours per week - Term Time plus 5 inset days, Full time, permanent|
|Closing date||Noon on Monday 27 June 2022|
w/c 04 July 2022
|Start date||September 2022|
|How to apply|| |
The School’s Application Form will only be accepted from candidates who have completed this form in full. CV’s will not be accepted as a substitute.
The safeguarding responsibilities of this post have been outlined in the job description and person specification.
Preston Manor School is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
|Additional Information ||Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check. |
Making school memorable by striving for excellence
The success of Preston Manor School is built on an 80-year old reputation which continues to flourish through its committed staff, dedicated Governors and supportive parents.
We value working in partnership together with our young people to achieve the best outcomes for every student that joins our prestigious school. The school is oversubscribed for places, reflecting the reputation the school has for its academic rigour and excellence in teaching and learning.
We are proud of our focus on student and staff wellbeing, which is evident from the moment you step into our community. We are driven in our aims and ambitions and aspire to continue to build on our success in a supportive and friendly environment.
At Preston Manor we celebrate diversity and equality of opportunity, which is reflected in our high staff-retention rates and the successes of our student population.
- Motivated, enthusiastic and ambitious students
- Friendly and supportive staff
- Well-resourced facilities with newly refurbished classrooms
- A professionally stimulating and collaborative working environment
- A commitment to professional development
We are currently looking for a Literacy Specialist Higher Level Teaching Assistant to support all students with SEND, with a focus on young people with literacy difficulties.
As a mainstream HLTA working in the Upper School you will be committed to inclusive education by working in classes, delivering high-quality support and intervention. You will also be required to lead on aspects of assessment and intervention delivery for young people with literacy difficulties.
We are looking to appoint an HLTA with good literacy, numeracy and communication skills as well as someone who shows initiative and flexibility and is able to relate to students from 11 - 18 years of age. We are particularly keen to hear from someone who holds HLTA status and has experience of working with young people with complex special educational needs.
You will join an energetic school which strives to ensure that all students enjoy learning and achieve their full potential.
The successful candidate will be expected to carry out their role on the school site.