Henry Tyndale is a special school for pupils aged 2-19 years with
complex learning difficulties based on 2 sites in Farnborough
Required for September 2018
Learning Support Assistants (LSAs)
For 29 hours and 50 minutes a week
Special needs experience preferred but not essential
(includes 30 minutes outside of school day for weekly meeting)
Salary range from £11,956 to £12,128 depending on experience and qualifications.
We also require Lunchtime Learning Support Assistants
For 10 hours a week – 11.30 – 1.30 Monday to Friday
Salary range per hour £8.76 – £8.89 depending on experience and qualifications
Looking for a challenge? Are you motivated, hard-working and enjoy supporting children’s learning and care?
You could come and join a happy, friendly and successful working team.
Please contact the school for further information and an application form on
01252 544577 or email Sue Pearson - email@example.com
Closing date: 5pm Friday 15th June 2018
Interviews: 20th and 21st June 2018
Better Together School Alliance - School Direct Vacancy
We are currently recruiting for our School Direct courses to start in September 2018.
School Direct courses are based on the skills providers are looking for in a newly qualified teacher (NQT). Designed by groups of schools in partnership with a university or a school-centered initial teacher training (SCITT) provider, the schools recruit you as a trainee with a job in mind just for you. This is a popular choice for those who hope to secure a role in the network of schools where they train.
School Direct courses generally last a year, and you’ll train in at least two good schools.
This course offers a brilliant option if you want to train and learn ‘on the job’ – but you shouldn’t worry about being thrown in at the deep end. You’ll be part of a team from the very start, receiving intensive support from experienced teachers and mentors. That means you won’t be teaching classes unsupported until the school thinks you’re ready.
The principles of academic rigour on School Direct are the same as on university-led courses, too. You’re also equally eligible for a training bursary (or, where appropriate, scholarship) and can apply for the same financial support, such as student loans. School Direct courses all result in qualified teacher status (QTS). Most also award you a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) and/or Master’s-level credits, but you should check individual courses on the UCAS Teacher Training site.
These combined factors mean that school-led courses have very high rates of employment and trainee satisfaction. And, with the expansion of School Direct, the chances to train locally are better than ever – wherever you live in England, there should be a School Direct partnership nearby.
We are often asked questions about school-led training, and there are some misconceptions that arise frequently – find out more on the DfE myth-busting page. You can also speak to a Get Into Teaching Line adviser on Freephone 0800 389 2500
90% of newly qualified School Direct teachers rate their training highly
9 out of 10 newly qualified School Direct teachers were employed within six months of completing training.
You can apply for our vacancies from 26th October at https://www.ucas.com/ucas/teacher-training/register
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org