We are looking to recruit a motivated, friendly and professional person to
join our small and supportive team. Ideally you will need to hold a recognised
qualification for this role or have experience in delivering learning. However,
if you are currently working as a Teaching Assistant and are ready to undertake
your Higher Level Teaching Assistant qualification then you will be considered
for this role. If you are ready to develop your career and we will support you
in achieving the qualification either by an on line course or through the
University of Northampton. Maybe you are a teacher who has decided to step away
from the pressures and responsibilities but still want to remain in a classroom
setting inspiring children.
We are a small team therefore you will need to be a great team player with a
positive attitude and wiliness to take part in the whole school community. The
role is to complement the delivery of learning within the classroom and
supervise classes with the support of another Teaching Assistant during short
term absence of teachers including PPA cover.
We would prefer one person to work 5 days per week, 30 hours per week.
However, we will consider a job share option.
Our learning environments and teaching styles are very different from larger
schools. Our classrooms are relaxed but fun. Our children are respectful and
well mannered and enjoy learning. You will gain a huge amount of experience
working within our school.
As an employer, we are caring and supportive. Every staff member is given a
paid well-being day per year. We believe it is important to value all
Stoke Bruerne CE Primary is part of the Forest CE Federation which
incorporates Gayton, Tiffield, Yardley Gobion & Whittlebury Primary Schools
under the leadership of Mrs Eliza Hollis. The federation is a wonderful place
to work with career opportunities and excellent professional development
offered. Staff from across the federation support and value each other. Stoke
Bruerne is rated as good by Ofsted, our children respect and value each other
and have a thirst for learning with excellent behaviours.
Hours of work are 8.45 am to 3.45 pm Monday to Friday, 30 hours per week, 39
weeks per year. Salary is paid on NJC Scale G points 8-12. Hours can be
adjusted to 8.30 am to 3.30 pm if required.
Due to safer recruitment the successful candidate will be appointed following a successful enhanced DBS check, medical clearance and satisfactory references.
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