SPEECH AND LANGUAGE HIGHER LEVEL TEACHING ASSISTANT (including wraparound assistant hours)

Permanent role – Monday, Wednesday 12.30 – 3.30 Thursday, Friday 12.30 – 5.30

 Gross annual starting salary £6682

Cornwall Education Learning Trust (CELT) is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and energetic to work at St Mewan school for 11 hours a week as SALT HLTA from September 2022.This role will also entail an additional  5 hours working at our after school wraparound provision.

This position will involve working with children individually and in small groups to deliver tailored intervention to meet their targets, with the support of the Speech and Language Therapist. 

We are looking for candidates who have:

  • At least GCSE English and Math Grade C
  • Level 3 or equivalent
  • NVQ An understanding of speech and language needs in pupils (training will be provided if candidates do not have specific ELKLAN training)
  • Enthusiasm for working with pupils with additional needs
  • The ability to be flexible, patient and caring
  • A positive outlook – this is essential!

We can provide a supportive working environment with many opportunities for career development and training.

If you would like more information about this role or would like to book a tour of the school,please contact the school office manager, Mrs Mannell on 01726 74887.

Application forms and full details are available to download

Applications by CV, letter or social media alone will not be accepted.

Closing date for applications:    Friday   8th July at 9am

Interviews to be held:                 Monday 18th July

Cornwall Education Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS check and, where applicable, a prohibition from teaching check will be completed for all applicants.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013 and 2020).  This means that certain convictions and cautions are considered ‘protected’ and do not need to be disclosed to employers and, if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account.  Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found on the Ministry of Justice website: