Award winning school
Outstanding pastoral care
Excellent facilities

Learning Support Teacher

Salary £competitive
Location Shirley Park, Croydon
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This is a {Advertised Permanent / Temporary}, {Advertised Full Time / Part Time} vacancy that will close in {x} days (x will be poplulated when viewing published adverts).

We are seeking to appoint an energetic, innovative and caring graduate to join a thriving Learning Support Department.  You will be supporting SEND, with a variety of needs, on an academic and pastoral level, helping them to reach their potential and access their curriculum in a nurturing, high achieving school.

The Learning Support Department consists of 4 members of staff: Head of Learning Support, 2 Learning Support Teachers and an Academic Mentor specifically for students in examination years.  The department plays a key role in the pastoral and academic life of the School.  Students with SEND needs including dyslexia, autism, ADHD and dyspraxia may be given individualised support.  The Department works closely with the broader teaching community, offering training and support in SEND issues, observing lessons and ensuring students are being supported across the curriculum.

Trinity School is an HMC independent day school with c.1000 students, aged 10-18.  The School is all boys up to Year 11 but since September 2011 we have welcomed girls into a thriving co-educational Sixth Form. 

Trinity is one of three schools governed by the Whitgift Foundation, founded in 1596 by the then Archbishop of Canterbury, John Whitgift.

Trinity’s academic results regularly place it among the top schools in the country.

In 2018 Trinity was ranked 40th in the Parent Power list of Top 100 Independent Schools in the UK, making it the top-ranked independent school in Croydon for the third year in a row.

Beyond academic results, we celebrate intellectual curiosity and foster a culture in which pupils feel inspired to take a genuine interest in the world around them.

Exceptional staff is fundamental to our mission and we look forward to welcoming outstanding candidates to join our team.


Trinity School reserves the right to interview and appoint before the published closing date. Trinity strongly encourages applications from BAME candidates. 38% of our students are from BAME backgrounds and we want to have a staff body that reflects the diversity of the school and our local area.

Trinity School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be required to comply with all safeguarding procedures including an Enhanced DBS check.


Caring deeply

Every individual must feel known and supported in our school community

Outstanding learning

our teachers are outstanding and our curriculum is challenging.

Joining in

Participation and excellence matter equally, across a rich array of activities.

Looking outwards

We are committed to our students engaging meaningfully with the world beyond school.

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