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Learning Support Assistant Level 2

Education - School

School Support Staff

Golborne Community Primary

Please note the employer for this position is The Mosaic Trust, not Wigan Council

Golborne Community Primary School
Talbot Street

Salary: Grade 3, £12,983 - £13,507 per annum. £9.36 - £9.74 per hour

32 hours 30 minutes per week, term time working 38 weeks per year

Required for January 2020

Golborne Community Primary School is a ‘Good’ community primary school located in the heart of Golborne. We are looking to appoint an outstanding Learning Support Assistant Level 2 to support the Headteacher and staff in providing high standards for the wonderful children at the school. Our children want to be set high expectations and to be inspired to learn and they want someone who is committed to do this on a daily basis.

We would hope to work with someone who is:
  • An outstanding Learning Support Assistant, with ambition for all pupils
  • An excellent practitioner and professional role model
  • Approachable on both a personal and professional level
  • Able to listen to others’ points of view
  • Able to recognise that each child is unique, has individual needs and receives a good education
  • Charismatic and promotes the school to others
  • Able to inspire, support, motivate and challenge others
  • Open, honest and has a good sense of humour
  • Supportive of and cares for our fantastic children
In return we offer you:
  • An exciting and challenging professional opportunity and the chance to make a difference in a uniquely diverse setting in the borough
  • A dedicated, hardworking team of teachers, support staff, office staff and site team
  • Enthusiastic, positive and happy children with good attitudes to learning and to their personal development
  • Strong and positive relationships with parents, the community, a wide range of agencies and the LLG (Leigh, Lowton and Golborne) schools’ partnership
  • Committed and supportive governors
  • A strong, effective and developing senior leadership team
  • Good achievement and standards
  • An excellent level of care
  • A friendly, happy and supportive atmosphere.
  • A commitment to your continuous professional development (CPD)
  • Extra hours of work, through our ‘Out of School Club’ provision
Application forms are returnable to the school, for the attention of Stephanie Shipley.

To view the details relating to this position and to access the application form, please click the links below:

Application Form
Job Description
Person Specification
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If you require any further information, please contact the school on 01942 726059 or email Website

Interview date: Tuesday 26 November 2019

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21st Nov 2019

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