Set in Scotland’s ‘longest, loneliest and loveliest glen’, Glenlyon Primary School is committed to developing an exciting and challenging curriculum, providing high quality learning experiences for all pupils within our school community. Would you relish in ensuring all of our children reach their potential?
- Pupil Support Assistant (Vacancy Ref PKC05066)
We are looking for a Pupil Support Assistant to join our small team to support children with a range of additional support needs. Working 10 hours per week, you will assist staff in promoting achievement and raising the standards of pupil attainment and provide general support in relation to the needs of the class and individuals’ care, health and wellbeing and safety; to ensure a secure and safe environment.
We are looking for a nurturing and enthusiastic team member who has a mature approach to emotionally demanding work. You should be confident in using your own initiative and have the ability to respect confidentiality.
Ideally you will have experience of working with children with additional support needs. It is important that you can communicate effectively and build positive relationships with pupils who have a range of learning difficulties. This post is fixed term until 18 August 2019.
- Primary School Support Assistant (Vacancy Ref PKC05052)
Can you make a difference to the lives of children at Glenlyon Primary School? Following promotion, an exciting opportunity has arisen for Primary School Support Assistant in a delightful location amidst the stunning scenery of Highland Perthshire.
Would you relish in supporting our children reach their potential? In this role, you will work 15 hours per week providing a general reception and clerical support, collecting and recording of school monies and providing support with financial matters relating to the school.
You will also be involved in supervising pupils and giving support to pupils with additional needs, attending to the personal needs of pupils as well as helping to maintain a healthy, safe and hygienic school environment.
Ideally you will have experience of working with children, and an understanding of children with additional support needs. You will be a self starter, with good organisation and administrative skills, including a variety of ICT applications. You should also have good communication skills and the ability to work effectively and flexibly as part of a small team. Training in the use of Council systems will be provided.
For further information and informal discussion about either of the above posts, please contact Richard Brocklehurst on 01887 866223.
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