Literacy Intervention Leads

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with a passion for improving literacy outcomes for children  and young people in West London.

The West London Zone Literacy Intervention Leads will work 1:1 with children in primary schools to provide the Catch Up literacy programme.

The Literacy Intervention Leads will work with the West London Zone Link Workers already based in school and a specialist Literacy consultant to ensure the best possible support is provided to the children that need it most.

We have 3 x part time positions available worked either as 2 days a week or 4 afternoons a week

Click here for a full application pack, and here to download an application form. 

Responsibilities

  • To target and deliver the Catch Up Literacy programme and other National Literacy Trust Programmes to improve children’s literacy levels, specifically those at high risk of poor literacy outcomes in Key Stage 2.
  • To assess, plan and track children’s progress using the Catch Up Literacy’s measurement tools.
  • To work closely with school Literacy Leads to ensure the literacy support delivered is aligned with the schools plans for improving the child’s literacy levels. 
  • To work closely with the Literacy Specialist to ensure all Literacy Interventions delivered incorporate best practice and deliver the most impact for children in line with WLZ’s Specialist Support Strategy.
  • Ensure all interventions delivered comply with each school’s policy and procedures and all WLZ policy and procedures to include the Safeguarding Framework.
  • Work closely with other members of the Delivery team to ensure joined up working and the best possible outcomes for children.

To apply, please send a completed application form to [email protected]  

Applications received before:  11:30pm on Sunday 6th December 2020 will be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by 5:00pm on Monday 7th December 2020. Interviews to follow on 11th December.

Interviews would either be Face to Face or via video call but will be in-line with the most up to date government guidance.