Thank you for your interest in working at Salesian College. We currently have the following vacancy.
Learning Support Assistant - Job Description
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time LSA from September 2021. The successful candidate should be an enthusiastic, well organised individual with experience of working with students with special educational needs in a secondary setting.
Closing date for applications - Friday 2 July 2021. Applicants should complete the Teacher Application Form below.
Further details about the position are available from Mr Andrew Moore, Senior Deputy Headteacher at Salesian College, Reading Road, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 6PA. Tel: 01252 893000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Salesian College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including references from past employers and an Enhanced DBS check.
Benefits of Teaching at Salesian College
- The College has its own competitive pay scale and remains committed to continued membership of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
- A steadily-growing number on roll, which has stabilised at what is considered ‘capacity’. Places are academically-selected and over-subscribed with waiting lists for most year groups
- Small classes (2020-21 Year 10 average option class size is 16, Year 12 average class size is less than 10)
- Excellent academic attainment. Highest performing all-boys school in Hampshire at GCSE 2020. (80% 9-6 at GCSE, 95% A*-C at A level in 2020).
- College rated as ‘Excellent’ (the highest level) in all 8 areas of current ISI inspection report
- Generous teaching allocations (max. 19/25 periods)
- Opportunity to work within a Salesian education establishment in which high standards of discipline are expected and upheld and which has a long-standing reputation for outstanding ethos and pastoral care
- Well-resourced academic departments who are engaged with developing Teaching & Learning in their subjects
- Opportunity to contribute to working groups to develop whole-school issues e.g. timetable, digital learning, PSHE etc.
- Well-supported professional development opportunities (part-funded further studies etc.)
- Encouragement and support to engage in CPD at all levels, from staff-led twilight sessions to higher academic degrees
- Shorter terms and 17 weeks holiday per year
- Free meals and refreshments throughout the school day and allocated staff car-parking on site
- All teaching staff are issued with an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil for teaching and learning use throughout their time at the College
- A friendly and supportive staffroom environment with active Staffroom Committee
- Staff-focussed annual Professional Review cycle
- Opportunities to support school activities including extensive travel. Within the last two years there have been visits to: USA, Zambia, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Russia, Poland and Iceland.
- 50% staff reduction on fees for children attending the College
- An attractive campus and pleasant working environment
- On-going commitment by the Governing body to further enhance the premises, accommodation and facilities (in excess of £3 million in the last 5 years).