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  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    5 January 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    1 December 2021

Job details

Job role
Teaching assistant
Key stage
KS2
Working pattern
Will consider full time, term time
Contract type
Permanent
Salary
Grade 5 -£18,933 - £19,698 pro rata (£9.81 - £10.21 per hour)

Job summary

We are looking to appoint an, enthusiastic, calm, well organised teaching assistant to be part of our committed and hardworking team. Ideally you will need to have recent experience of working with children in a primary school environment, preferably in a KS2 class. You will be knowledgeable and confident at supporting children’s learning so that a team approach ensures good and better progress for our learners.

We are a friendly, professional team who value the importance of getting on well together so that our school community lives and learns well in a positive, mutually respectful way.
In order for our children to do the best they can we work together to create a caring, nurturing environment where it is safe for children to make marvellous mistakes and encourage an understanding that there is learning in every situation. Our recent Ofsted inspection recognised many aspects of our children’s behaviour and attitudes as exceptional.

Our school vision and values underpin everything that we do and we love to celebrate seeing our school values in action. If you feel that you are what we are looking for, we would love to hear from you.

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School overview

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
Primary
School size
265 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11
Contact phone number
01305 785711

About St John's Church of England Primary School

We are a small school with big expectations for our pupils.

At St John’s Church of England Primary School, we provide a happy, caring and stimulating learning environment where the focus of everything we do is the children. We value and respect families from all faith or non-faith backgrounds and enjoy building relationships to ensure that all children achieve the very best they can be during their time at the school.

Our aim is to serve our community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. We encourage an understanding of the meaning of faith and promote Christian values through the experiences we offer to all our pupils.

We believe that in order for children to do well and make great progress they need to feel safe and happy at school. We place a premium on ensuring that children are cared for and supported if necessary so that they can look forward to coming to school, make friends and enjoy their learning.

We encourage everyone at school to live out our school values. We believe this helps us to be the best we can be, help each other to feel valued and encouraged and recognise where we need to learn from our mistakes in a safe and caring way.

Our school values are:

Respect: We are fair and value each other’s ideas and opinions.
Friendship: We are kind and encourage one another.
Truthfulness: We tell the truth and own up to mistakes.
Compassion: We look after each other and share.
Courage: We try new things and do our best.
Forgiveness: We give people a chance to start again.

St John’s teaches a broad and creative curriculum that engages children so they look forward to lessons, enjoy their learning, make good progress and have fun.
We have high expectations for achievement in reading, writing and maths and strongly believe that memorable learning happens when lessons are practical and engaging.

Opportunities to take part in sporting events and competitions, performing a Shakespeare play on a professional stage, learning to sail, conducting exciting science investigations, playing a musical instrument, designing, creating and using technology are some of the ways we ensure that children gain a wealth of experience during their time with us. A broad range of extra-curricular clubs are also offered.

Our curriculum offers many opportunities for educational visits to enhance learning, including residential trips for our older children.

We promote the spiritual, moral, cultural and social development of all our pupils. Therefore, children become confident and comfortable in sharing their views on matters of faith and beliefs and listen with respect to the opinions of others.

School location

Coombe Avenue, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 7TP

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