Learning Support Assistants

(Grade C - D, £16,350 - £18,195 per annum)
Location: Dysart School, Surbiton, KT6 6HJ Hours: 32.5 hours per week, 8.45am – 4.00pm, or 25 hours per week, 8.45am – 1.45pm or 21.25 hours per week 11.45pm – 4.00pm term time only

Closing Date: 25/02/2020


Job Description

The successful candidates will play a crucial role in supporting our pupils’ learning.

Grade C LSA – Job Description and Person Spec

Grade D LSA – Job Description and Person Spec

Person Specification

Experience of working with pupils with SEN is desirable but not essential.  What is imperative is that you have high expectations, a sense of humour, a love of challenge and a determination to make a difference to the lives of our fantastic children.

Further Information

Dysart is a vibrant and Ofsted-rated outstanding school for pupils between the ages of 4-19 who have severe and complex learning disabilities, including Autistic Spectrum Conditions.  Our vision places our learners and their families at the heart of everything we do.  If you believe that pupils with SEN have an entitlement to engaging and exciting schooling then we want to hear from you.

Dysart School is part of Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust (OHC & AT) which is a family of specialist education providers. OHC & AT provides a stimulating yet safe learning environment enabling each pupil/student to achieve to their maximum potential whilst managing their specialist and complex physical, health and learning needs.

Application Guidance

For further details please contact the school either by telephone or by sending an email.

Completed application forms must be submitted to apply for this position, CV’s are not accepted. 

Please email your completed application form to: recruitment-dysart@dysartschool.org

Closing date: Tuesday 25th February at 4pm

Interviews:     Wednesday 18th March 2020

Dysart School is committed to the protection of children and an enhanced DBS check will be required for these positions.

You are rightly proud of your work around pupil wellbeing, and ensuring pupils are ready for learning.  This has enabled you to establish a calm and purposeful learning environment for pupils with considerable needs.

Ofsted 2018

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