Marshland High School (part of West Norfolk Academies Trust) is seeking to recruit an Achievement and Progress Support Assistant (APSA) Student Based.
This post involves taking the lead within the school to address the needs of named pupil/pupils who need particular help to overcome barriers to learning and managing the provision of support for students with special educational needs, contributing to termly and annual reviews.
This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate wishing to work in education in a student support role.
This post is for 27.5hrs/week, 39 weeks/year (Term Time + 1 week)
Scale C, Pt, 3-4, £9.36-£9.55/hour (£18,065-£18,426/year FTE based on a 37 hour week please note that the salary will be pro rata)
West Norfolk Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This includes obtaining references and ensures compliance with the DBS process.
How to Apply
Please see attached documents for more information.
To apply, please complete an application form (all 3 parts must be completed, please see application guidance sheet for more information) and return for the attention of the HR Department via email@example.com
Alternatively post your application to the HR Department, West Norfolk Academies Trust, Queensway, King's Lynn, PE30 4AW.
Please note that we reserve the right to close this vacancy early should a viable field be met before the application closing date. Potential applicants are therefore advised to submit their application form as soon as possible for consideration.
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Marshland High School
Success through learning
A secondary academy which is part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust.
Marshland is justly proud of its reputation as an inclusive community, which is dedicated to the needs of the individual. A community where we strive each day to promote and develop our core values, developing resilience, laying the foundations for a lifetime of enjoyment and happiness.
Our academy trust provides a very support and inclusive working environment for all our staff. All schools within our trust work collaboratively on the development of our curriculum, pedagogy, resourcing and extra-curricular activities.
We aim for our school to be at the heart of our community, preparing young people for life in modern Britain. We seek to nurture active caring and independent citizens who lead rewarding and successful lives. We are a safe and friendly community, where students experience a challenging and engaging curriculum, offering cultural opportunities beyond our classrooms.
We endeavour to instil a love of learning and a respect for education as we believe that education is life-changing and that learning should continue throughout life. We strive to ensure each and every student is the best they can be at whatever they do. We promote high aspirations for every student, encourage excellence in every area and celebrate individual achievement.
Staff at our school are highly motivated and enjoy the supportive working environment and school ethos and culture. We invest heavily in our personalised development programme for our staff. We are always working to reduce workload and promote wellbeing amongst our staff. We have an enviable reputation not only as a school of first choice by parents but also an employer of first choice within the local community.