Level 3 Learning support Lead for Social Emotional Learning
BG7 26 hours (4 days) 8:30-3:30 Permanent post
Purpose of the role:
Within the job-description of a Level 3 Learning Support Assistant, the successful candidate will be the LSA lead for SEL within our school supporting children through group or individual interventions and cascading training to staff within the school.
This role will require work with children who have special educational needs, working closely with teachers, parents the SENDO and outside agencies.
Experience of working with children with SEMH and communication and interaction needs is highly desirable.
We can offer:
An interesting and wide-ranging role as part of our Inclusion Team, staff who are supportive and eager to develop SEL, training opportunities and happy, engaged children.
To apply please email Henleaze.firstname.lastname@example.org to request a job description and employee specification and application form
Closing date 24th May 12:00 midday
Applications must be on a BCC application form
Parents’ Evening 2021
If you need to notify us that your child will be absent from School, please read the regulations at the bottom of this page and then complete the form below.
Please note that we do not have the authority to approve any term time holiday requests. We would not normally respond to an absence request unless there was an issue we needed to discuss with you.
The form below is for reporting absence only. If you wish to contact the office regarding another matter, please email email@example.com
Planned Absence Request Form
The Education (Pupil Registration) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 set out the circumstances under which a child may be absent from school.
The relevant extract states:
“7.—(1) Leave of absence may only be granted by a person authorised in that behalf by the proprietor of the school.
(1A)Subject to paragraph (2), leave of absence shall not be granted unless—
(a) an application has been made in advance to the proprietor by a parent with whom the pupil normally resides; and
(b) the proprietor, or a person authorised by the proprietor in accordance with paragraph (1), considers that leave of absence should be granted due to the exceptional circumstances relating to that application.
(2) Leave of absence shall not be granted to enable a pupil to undertake employment (whether paid or unpaid) during school hours except—
(a)employment for the purpose of taking part in a performance within the meaning of section 37 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1963(1) under the authority of a licence granted by the local authority under that section; or
(b)employment abroad for the purpose mentioned in section 25 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933(2) where a licence has been granted under that section by a justice of the peace.”
Please note – the amendment of 2013 removed the headteachers’ discretion to authorise requests for holidays during term time.