Pupil Support Assistant (Fixed Term until 14 August 2022) - PKC07845
£12,458 - £13,388 (27.5 Hours per week, Term-time only)
Tulloch Primary School, Perth
As a Pupil Support Assistant you will be responsible for supporting children and young people who have additional support needs to access the curriculum, under the direction of teachers and senior leaders.
Additional support needs encompasses children with a wide range of needs including those with challenging behaviour. The role will also involve supervising children in the playground or at out of school events and personal care routines.
About the School
Tulloch Primary School is situated in the Tulloch area of north west Perth. The school was established in 1969 and in February 2018 we moved from our original school building to our modern, newly built school. In our wonderful new school we continue to pride ourselves in being a welcoming, successful place where we work together. Our school motto is ‘Courage and Compassion’ and we continually strive to ensure that our children have the confidence to face new challenges. Tulloch Primary School has a large team of staff who are nurturing and committed to the success of our children.
If you would like any more information regarding this vacancy, please contact Kerstine Speight, Head Teacher on 01738 472323.
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