• Lleoliad: Barry,
  • Oriau: Not Specified
  • Cytundeb: Parhaol
  • Math o gyflog: Annual
  • Cyflog: 18662.00 - 19961.00 GBP per Year
  • Iaith: Saesneg
  • Dyddiad Cau: 16 Gorffennaf, 2024 12:00 y.b

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Learning Support Assistant Level 3 (Inclusion and Wellbeing) - Whitmore High School

Cyngor Bro Morgannwg

Cyflog: 18662.00 - 19961.00 GBP per Year

About us
Whitmore High School is an 11-18 Comprehensive School, which opened in September 2018. The school serves the western side of Barry and has strong support from the local community and parents. The school recently moved into a £35m building on a large, pleasant site with good access by road or rail, which is within easy reach of the M4, Cardiff, Newport, and Bridgend. The school is popular in the local community; pupil numbers are very strong with a large waiting list in Year 7. A recent Estyn visit, March 2022, recognised the high-quality teaching and learning of the school as a "notable feature" where "as a result of outstanding provision within the majority of subjects, many pupils make rapid and secure progress".

Should you feel you could further contribute to this continually developing school, then please read the attached brochure and further information.
About the Role
Pay Details: Grade 5 Pt 8 - 12 £18,662 - £19,961 (Actual Salary)

Hours of Work: 32.5 hours per week/ 39 weeks per year / Working Pattern: Term Time Only

Main Place of Work: Whitmore High School

Temporary Reason: n/a


Whitmore High school are looking to appoint an outstanding Level 3 Teaching Assistant to work in our additional learning needs department. The ideal applicant will be experienced, enthusiastic, dynamic and reliable. The role will involve supporting students in both small groups as well as individually in wellbeing and learning interventions and in the classroom.

The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be committed to working within a dedicated team that offers the highest possible standards of teaching and learning.

Experience of delivering and leading on literacy-based interventions is desirable but training can be provided for the right candidate. This is an exciting opportunity for those looking to develop their knowledge of supporting students with a range of different learning needs.

The school welcomes applications from teaching assistants with a primary school background as these skills are very transferable when working with pupils in an additional need setting at secondary level.

The ability to build relationships with both pupils and staff is essential as well as having a good sense of humour.
About you
DBS Check Required: Enhanced

EWC Registration Details: It is a statutory requirement that applicants for these posts have to be registered with the Education Workforce Council before they can start work in a school. If you are not already registered further information including how to register can be found at

How to apply
Informal discussions are welcomed, and the Head of Department can be contacted by emailing the main school email address, .

Return Method e.g. e-mail / return to school: Completed application forms must be returned by Midday on Tuesday 2 nd July 2024.