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Learning Support Assistant

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Chilton Trinity School


  • Expiring soon
£15,375 pa pro rata
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Required to start as soon as possible
Apply by:
30 October 2017

Job description

Learning Support Assistant

Fixed Term until 31st August 2018 ~ Required to start as soon as possible

37 hours per week  Term Time Only + 5 days

Grade 15: Salary: £ 15,375 pa pro rata    

We require a Learning Support Assistant to work with students with a range of learning needs, providing support in our Learning Centre and throughout the school. The role will require you to track and monitor student progress, set SMART targets and support some of our most vulnerable students both academically and socially

The candidate must be confident working alone whilst being part of a much bigger team. You will need to work with accuracy, be able to interpret data and have an eye for detail

For more information and an application form please visit our website: www.chilton-trinity.co.uk

All applications including application form and covering letter must be submitted by;

Monday 30th October 2017 at 9.00am. 

Completed applications should be emailed to EKing@educ.somerset.gov.uk 

Interview date:  Thursday 2nd November 2017

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS.

No agencies please 

Chilton Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3JA

Tel: 01278 425222 Fax: 01278 720066



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Chilton Trinity Schools Purpose is……

to inspire responsible, confident and determined learners who will thrive in a changing world

Our Schools Values

We expect all members of our school community to work hard and be kind. We value Respect, Honesty and Kindness, and believe in the limitless potential of people.

We want to work in an emotionally intelligent school where people acknowledge the fallibility of the human condition and have the imagination to understand how their actions will impact upon, and be perceived by, those they affect.

Our aims are straightforward:

  • With AMBITION, we want students to be the best they can be and make progress academically, socially and emotionally.
  • With an ENGAGEMENT in school life, we want students to play a full role in their own and others learning and enrichment.
  • With RESILIENCE, we want students to overcome setbacks and learn from them by showing strength of character.

These are all underpinned by the principle of ‘WORK HARD AND BE KIND’.

We will achieve our aims and objectives by delivering high quality teaching and learning through an exciting and inspiring curriculum, in a safe and caring environment, that puts educating the whole child at its core;

  • We expect all students to work hard - no one can ask any more of them
  • Kindness towards one another is central to life at Chilton Trinity School, with the House system supporting the family ethos
  • We all represent our community, and we are ambassadors of our school
  • We appreciate each other's success

All decisions, conversations and actions are taken with the aim to ensure all students are given the tools for ‘climbing the mountain towards their personal best’, so that they can thrive in a fulfilling career and have a fantastic life when they leave Chilton Trinity School.

#TeamChiltonTrinity We are a team, all working together to achieve our ambition of preparing students for success beyond the five years we have with them and preparing them for the world they are about to enter.

Our approaches have been influenced by and are based on traditional values of respect and honesty. Our teaching and learning approach is influenced by Doug Lemov’s Teach Like a Champion (TLAC) and Rosenshine’s ‘Principles of Instruction.’

The Chilton Trinity Commitment We are equally ambitious for every student, no matter what their background, prior attainment or additional needs.  All decisions, conversations and actions are taken with the aim to ensure all students are given the tools to climb the mountain towards their personal best, so they can fulfil their ambitions, thriving in a fulfilling job and have a fantastic life.


Tom Newell


“Teaching is typically good and supports the learning of all students. There is very effective support for disadvantaged students and those who need extra help to catch up in their learning. The school’s senior leaders, well supported by governors, have improved students’ achievement and the quality of teaching. They are taking strong actions to bring about further improvement.”

View Chilton Trinity’s latest Ofsted report

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