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  • Expected start date

    4 January 2022

  • Application deadline

    7 December 2021 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    29 November 2021

Job details

Job role
Teaching assistant
Working pattern
Part time
15 hours per week, Monday to Friday 12.00pm to 3.00pm
Contract type
Fixed term (Fixed term whilst the EHCP funding is in place or the child leaves the school)
Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
Grade 5 SCP 4 £18,933 FTE
Actual salary
Actual £6,587.30

Job summary

We are seeking to appoint a 1:1 Teaching Assistant to join our friendly and enthusiastic staff team.

As part of our learning community you will benefit from:

• Enthusiastic and inspiring children
• Welcoming, friendly and supportive team environment
• Learning Assistant within each class
• A caring and committed leadership team with a strong commitment to Continuous
Professional Learning
• Collaborative approaches to developing teaching and curriculum based upon current
research
• Partnership within a forward looking and expanding DSAT network of schools
• Exciting opportunities to grow and develop
• Access to staff benefits and a family approach
• Job satisfaction
• Focus upon staff well being

What we ask in return is that you:

• Are passionate about helping our children learn
• Have a supportive and nurturing approach towards children
• Are committed to ensuring that all children achieve their very best
• Are willing to act in partnership with other staff, children, families, governors and our DSAT
colleagues
• Provide a stimulating and engaging experience for children, enabling all to do their best
• Are willing to engage in best practice research

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School overview

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 5 to 9
Education phase
Primary
School size
123 pupils enrolled
Age range
5 to 9
Contact phone number
01258 840669

About St James Church of England First School

We are a vibrant and forward-thinking school with highly talented staff who are committed to achieving the very best outcomes for our children. We work together closely to achieve the best possible outcomes for our children and support each other to ensure we all perform to the best of our abilities.

In 1974, following extension and modernisation of the original building, the four schools in Gaunts Common, Holt, Horton and Hinton Martell were merged to form St James’ CE VC First School. We have recently joined the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust and have a strong Christian ethos and a deeply embedded vision for our children. Our links with local churches and parishioners are well established and we enjoy regular visits from members across the parish.

We are a Church of England school serving children from Reception to Year 4. We are over- subscribed with 125 children on role and a Pupil Admission Number of 23. We have four mixed age classes: R/Y1, Y1/Y2, Y2/Y3 and Y3/Y4. At the end of Year 4 the majority of children transfer to St Michael’s Middle School in Colehill.

The school has undergone extensive refurbishment in the last ten years and has four, modern and well-resourced classrooms which surround a central hall used for a range of activities including PE, Collective Worship and lunches. We also have a cosy corner, meeting room and nurture nook, used for many things including break out learning and well-being activities. The playgrounds and playing fields are extensive, with two football pitches, a trim trail, an all-weather calm zone and two hard core playing areas. Other features of the grounds include a pond and wildlife area, a beech maze, Peace Garden, stage, tyre park, musical garden and Fitness Garden plus a variety of trees and a car park.

A private pre-school operates in a separate building in the front playground and close liaison exists between this and the school. The Nursery staff provide our wrap-around care.
The staffing structure comprises an Executive Headteacher; a Head of School, three full time Teachers; one part time Teacher, a Senior Teaching Assistant and additional Teaching Assistants with varying hours across the school. Our office team comprises a part-time Support Services Manager and part-time admin support and your role will add to this strong team.

We have really strong links with our local community. The Parents and Friends Association provides strong support for all aspects of school life. The School gives and receives support in our local community and participates in various special occasions and events including supporting charities and linking with local care homes. Our governing body is small but strong and comprises of a pro-active and committed volunteers with a range of backgrounds.
Our premises are light, modern and well maintained and our grounds are extensive and idyllic. You would be joining a strong, welcoming and talented staff team which is committed to putting the children at the heart of all we do.

We recognise and actively promote the benefits of a diverse workforce and are committed to treating all employees with dignity and respect regardless of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief. We therefore welcome applications from all sections of the community.

School location

Gaunts Common, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 4JN

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