Pupil Support Assistant – PKC010023
£16,005 – £16,990 (30 Hours per week, Term-time only)
St. John’s RC Academy, North Inch Community Campus, Perth
We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic Pupil Support Assistant to join our Secondary department.
The ability to work as part of a team is essential and a flexible approach to working with young people is required.
Previous experience of working within a school setting would be desirable.
Set at the top of Perth’s North Inch and overlooking the River Tay, St John’s RC Academy is at the heart of the North Inch Community Campus. The 2-18 all-through school provides education for over one thousand children and young people from nursery to S6. The campus is a hub of opportunities for the local community, utilising state of art sports and cultural facilities, offering a wide range of services for all ages.
St John’s RC Academy’s success is built on respectful relationships, strong partnership working, a culture of self-evaluation for improvement and effective leadership at all levels. The school offers a wide range of excellent learning experiences for children and young people and achievement is significantly improving across the school year-on-year.
As a Catholic school, the school’s vision and values are rooted in the Gospel. St John’s RC Academy is also a Fairtrade School, an Eco-School and the first all-through school in the UK to achieve UNICEF’s Rights Respecting Schools Gold Award.
Interested candidates can contact Robert Staines, Depute Head Teacher on 01738 454300 for further information about this post.
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