Learning Support Worker

Basic Job Overview

> Learning Support Worker<
> Cardiff <
> Job Type: Full Time / Permanent <
> Salary: £11.60 – £12.85/hour <


Learning Support Workers. Full Time 37.5 hours Term Time Only

We are seeking to appoint a number of passionate, caring and dynamic School Support Workers with enthusiasm for working with pupils with additional learning needs. Experience or demonstrable commitment to working with pupils who have additional learning needs is essential.


– FREE Online 24/7 GP Service for you and your family 

– Wagestream – where any day can be a payday 

– Refer-a-Friend Scheme – Instantly earn points and cash rewards 

– Sovereign Health Care Plan  

– Canada Life, Group Life Assurance  

– Blue Light Card  

– Blink, our internal communications app  

– Pension scheme  

– Free DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service) 

– Access to 34 acres of gardens

About Us

Craig-Y-Parc is more than just a school and children’s home – they are a wonderfully warm and vibrant community where children and young adults come to learn, live, have fun, and get the most out of life.

We are committed to providing and sustaining excellent multi-disciplinary holistic teaching and learning experiences for all pupils, supported by a positive, caring, and vibrant working environment for staff. We encourage and enable our students to take on new and exciting challenges with the support of our skilled team.

CYP is part of Salutem Care and education and at Salutem, we recognise the value and wisdom that come from all stages of life. Join our team to be a part of a community that truly appreciates the richness of age diversity.

Job Purpose

Working with children and young people with complex health needs in an all-purpose-built building, supporting them in all aspects of personal care, independent living, and delivering a high-quality personalised service.

Key Responsibilities

To support our young people to achieve positive outcomes and to enable them to participate in the local community. This may include maintaining social networks and supporting the individual to access education, employment, or social activity such as visits to clubs, pubs, restaurants, shops, etc.
To enable our young people to pursue their hobbies and interests, supporting them on a one-to-one basis or in group-based activities, alone or with other Salutem staff and volunteers if required.
To maintain records for each individual and to provide support with creating and regularly updating individuals’ care and support plans so they remain meaningful and accessible.
To involve and consult with the individual regarding any risk assessments that affect their choices and lifestyle and ensure risk assessments promote an active and meaningful life that presents challenges.
To safeguard the health, well-being, and safety of our young people and if concerns arise, to immediately report these concerns in line with Salutem policies and procedures.
To provide personal care & support per the individual’s needs and preferences as stated in their plans, in a manner that always demonstrates dignity and respect. This may involve all aspects of intimate personal care. You may be required to undertake delegated healthcare tasks, including medication administration.
To contribute towards capacity assessments and best interest decisions.
To provide support that ensures individuals’ spiritual, cultural, and religious choices are met and that they can participate in and access community facilities

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.