Saxilby Church of England Primary School

Family Support Worker


We are looking to appoint a part time Family Support Worker who can support children and families who may need a little extra support or who are experiencing difficulties. This is a great opportunity in an interesting and varied role with much to offer; it involves working on varied projects and tasks that require focus and considerable initiative. The successful candidate will be a confident communicator with exceptionally strong interpersonal skills. This is very much a hands-on role which provides both challenge and support and requires the ability to be adaptable, solutions-focused and independent. Tasks will vary depending on the needs of each child and their family. The post holder will carry out Early Help Assessments, attend and lead TAC, ESCO  and CIN meetings, work with children in school, work in close partnership with their parents and liaise between agencies on the child/families behalf.

This post is a part time (13 hours a week), permanent G6 post . Hours can be arranged flexibly over the week but will be across at least three days of the week. Additional hours may be available to provide additional one to one and small group support for children.

The candidate should have:

  • Experience of working directly with children/young people
  • Proven track record of working with other professionals and outside agencies
  • Experience of Early Help Assessments, TAC and CP procedures
  • Sound knowledge of Child Safeguarding
  • Proven record-keeping experience and a strong ability to work independently, using your own initiative

In return we can offer:

  • A welcoming and friendly school with supportive staff, governors and parents.
  • Wonderful children and families
  • Excellent opportunities for developing skills
  • A varied and enjoyable role in a schools setting

Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form:

02-0403 School Based Family Support Worker_

Saxilby FSW Person Specification September 2019



Closing date: Friday 6th September

Interview date: Week beginning 9th September

Visits to the school are welcome (from the 4th Sept). To obtain an application pack please download from our school website at or to book a visit please contact the school on 01522 702669.

Our school is committed to the safeguarding of children and promoting child welfare. The appointment will be subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure. All references will be taken up before interview


2 x TA 1 to 1 Posts 

Saxilby CE Primary School is seeking to appoint two inspirational and enthusiastic 1 to 1 Teaching Assistants to join our team. These roles will be attached to the direct support of a specific child with additional needs.


Post 1:  Full time 1 to 1 (Enhanced Support) Teaching Assistant Post – Starting September 2019

This role is to support a child in Reception with medical needs and to provide social interaction support

Post 2: Part Time 1 to 1 (Enhanced Support) Teaching Assistant Post (20hrs a week)- Starting September 2019

This role is to work alongside a child in Year 6 to provide social interaction support. Initial flexibility may be required to establish a working pattern that meets the needs of the child.


We are seeking someone who is:

  • fully committed to the role of working alongside a pupil with additional needs
  • experienced at working in the role of One to One teaching assistant
  • experienced at working with children with Autism
  • experience of working with children with medical needs
  • motivated, energetic and has a flexible and innovative approach to learning
  • passionate about ensuring high standards across all aspects of school life
  • committed to inclusion and equality of opportunity
  • committed to the Christian ethos of our school
  • keen to work in partnership with the staff, families and an range of outside agencies and have the skills and confidence to liaise independently with them
  • is able to inspire, support, motivate, challenge and empower children to help them make the best progress possible
  • hardworking, open, honest and has a good sense of humour


In return we offer you:

  • an exciting and challenging professional opportunity
  • a successful and forward thinking school
  • a caring, dedicated and hardworking team
  • amazing pupils who work very hard and are very committed to their wonderful school
  • strong and positive relationships with parents, the community and our church
  • a committed and supportive Board of Governors


Further information and application forms can be accessed via

Visits to the school are encouraged and can be arranged by contacting the school office on 01522) 702669.


1 to 1 Person Spec (1)

School-Application-Form-2019 MASTER

Closing date for applications:  Monday 8th July 9am


Pupil Premium Lead Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant Level 2 (Grade G5)   

Full Time 32.5hrs a week / Term Time Only / Temporary post for one year Sept 2019-Aug 2020


The Senior Leadership Team and Governing Body seek to appoint a full time teaching assistant to lead and coordinate the provision for children accessing Pupil Premium across the school.


All of our Level 2 Teaching Assistants are an integral part of our teaching team, providing support for small groups of children, assisting within lessons and providing cover when required. This role may include these elements but will be largely focused on coordinating the provision for those children who access Pupil Premium funding to ensure the highest levels of academic progress and personal growth and development.


We are looking for an outstanding, experienced practitioner who is friendly and adaptable with a sound understanding of learning across the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 with a willingness to be flexible as to where they will be deployed. Experience of working in all Key Stages is highly desirable.


We are looking for someone who has:

  • A sound understanding of how children learn and develop;
  • Experience of teaching phonics and implementing intervention programmes across the key stages
  • Experience of working in a similar role;
  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team;
  • Flexibility and adaptability;
  • A willingness to learn and develop existing skills;


Closing date: Monday 8th July 2019 9am

Interviews:  Date to be confirmed

PP Person spec TA June 2019

PP TA2 advert June 2019


School-Application-Form-2019 MASTER

Our school is committed to the safeguarding of children and promoting child welfare. The appointment will be subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure. All references will be taken up before interview