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Learning Support Assistant

Cordwalles Junior SchoolSurrey

Your opportunity


We are looking for a Learning Support Assistant to join our friendly and hard-working team at Cordwalles Junior School. The successful candidate will work alongside and support the Class Teacher, making effective use of resources in order to achieve the highest standards of learning and achievement for all children.


About Cordwalles Junior School


Led by an executive leadership team, Cordwalles offers an exceptional provision for children aged 7–11 years. The executive team work across three schools locally and see themselves as a family of schools in the community, striving to be the best that we can for the children and families in our community, knowing that together, we are stronger. Our core purpose each day is to secure the highest standards of education for our pupils and to ensure that they receive the preparation they need for their futures, helping them build the resilience and character they need to make a success of their lives.


Relationships between our staff and pupils at Cordwalles are excellent, characterised by mutual respect and high expectations of everyone in our community. Our ethos is underpinned by strong values: RESPECT – ENDEAVOUR - SUCCEED. The school offers a vibrant, rich curriculum for all, regardless of need and background, and we work hard to meet the needs of each pupil. We are proud that Ofsted recognised that all our schools are ‘Good’, and crucially that “No pupils are left out or left behind…” (2019). We pride ourselves on knowing each child and each family well in order to personalise provision and build positive relationships. Ofsted saw that “School leaders and staff know each pupil through and through….” (2019). This positive and inclusive culture permeates all aspects of school life in each of our schools.


We work closely with the Trust within the Teaching School, supporting Teacher Training, School-to-School support with SLE and LLE brokering and leading CPD across schools. We benefit from sharing outstanding resources, CPD and practise across a wide range of GLF schools.


What we are looking for


We are looking for someone to;


Assist in preparing the classroom-learning environment

Assist in planning activities and preparing materials to help children access the curriculum

Lead and support activities, indoors and outdoors to meet the specific needs of children

Assist in monitoring children's progress, assessing achievement and recording results and observations, sharing outcomes with the class teacher

Be enthusiastic and committed to working as part of a team, including working closely with outside agencies

Relate exceptionally well with children and to go that extra mile to help them achieve

Why work at Cordwalles Junior School


We offer


the opportunity to join a small and friendly team where you can make a real difference to our children.

a varied and interesting role where your contribution will be highly valued.

supportive colleagues and senior leaders. Access to excellent training and career progression opportunities through our partnership with GLF schools.

a location with good road and public transport links.

Excellent CPD opportunities

Thrive in a Career at GLF


GLF Schools is a dynamic, innovative and forward thinking Academy Trust with many career opportunities for new and existing staff. Each school in our Trust has its own individual identity, while benefiting from the expertise that comes from dedicated and experienced regional and Trust teams. Our schools serve to meet the needs of its own local community yet all are united in their core purpose of providing an outstanding educational experience. GLF Schools has a generous employment offer, which allows our colleagues to Grow, Learn and Flourish. Our offer includes:


Continuous Professional Development

Work life and family friendly policies

Flexible Working

Staff Wellbeing

Career Pathways and Talent Management

Staff Benefits

Community and Collaboration

Valued worker scheme


The Details


Start Date: 17th January  2022


Salary: Between £18,000,- £21,100


Pro Rata: Between £14,410 – £16,892


Hours of work: Monday-Friday 8.30am-3.30pm for 39 weeks per year plus a weekly 1hr staff meeting (33.5 hrs per week).


Closing date for applications: Sunday 12th December 2021


Interviews: W/C 13th December 2021



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