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Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant

The WMG Academy for Young Engineers


£15,917 - £16,481 (pro-rated to £13,937- £14,431)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
7 February 2018

Job overview

We are looking for an enthusiastic and flexible person to join our learning support/pastoral team. The successful candidate will provide assistance for students with additional educational needs who require support in their classes across the curriculum as well as more general learning support where required.  

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About The WMG Academy for Young Engineers

The WMG Academy for Young Engineers is a University Technical College (UTC) in Coventry. The Academy teaches students between the ages of 14-18 and is sponsored by the University of Warwick and numerous local businesses. The Academy opened in 2014 with a total intake of 220 students in Years 10 and 12, and there are now over 500 students on the school roll. The Academy is overseen by the WMG Academy Trust, which also oversees a campus in Solihull. The WMG Academy Coventry operates from the site of the Westwood Academy, which has facilities such as astro-turf pitches.

Chief Executive Officer

Stewart Tait

Values and vision

WMG Academy prides itself as being is like no other school, taking a radical approach to education by putting real, business-focussed, practical problems and challenges at the centre of the curriculum. Students are driven to learn by practicality; doing things, making things, designing things and creating things. Teamwork is a standard practice and core to the academic ethos. In this way students will be much better prepared for the challenges they follow in later life, whether they be in companies, in further education or at University.

Working with the University of Warwick and some of the biggest employers in the region means that WMG Academy has shaped its curriculum from the outset to ensure the training of students with a professional ethos and culture that is in high demand in today’s working world. With a longer working day, high academic standards and business-led dress code, the school’s expectations are explicitly clear to all learners from their first day here to their last.


Ofsted rated 'Good' in 2022.

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