KS1 Teaching Assistant

Northaw Church of England Primary School, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 4PB

Deadline is tomorrow

  • Expected start date

    31 October 2022

  • Application deadline

    25 September 2022 at 5pm

  • Date listed

    12 September 2022

Job details

Key stage

Key stage 1

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£18,516-£18,887

Pay scale

H1-H2

KS1 Teaching Assistant job summary

Northaw Church of England Primary is a small, thriving school set in the heart of rural Hertfordshire.

Here at Northaw, we pride ourselves on maintaining the Christian aims and ethos of our school.

We believe in the right of each pupil to an education which will allow them to flourish in all aspects of life. It is how we make that journey a happy and rewarding experience for each pupil that sets us apart.

We have a strong commitment to the traditional values of courtesy and respect not only for our pupils, but also for their environment and the society in which they live.

Our staff provide excellent role models by demonstrating care for the pupils and for each other.

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced, empathetic, innovative and collaborative teaching assistant to join our team in KS1.

This role gives the successful candidate the opportunity to continue to shape and enhance the excellent provision that is already in place, helping and supporting pupils to build upon their skills and aspirations whilst also nurturing their social, pastoral and emotional development.

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About Northaw Church of England Primary School

School type
Local authority maintained school, Church of England, ages 3 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
103 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 11
Contact phone number
01707 652869

Northaw School is situated in a small village with stunning and surprising views overlooking Great Wood in Hertfordshire. As a Voluntary Aided Church school our approach is guided by our Christian family ethos that is inclusive and welcoming to all faiths as well as to those who do not attend Church.

With just over one hundred children we are able to offer a personal approach to each child's education, enabling every child to achieve his or her best. Embracing our 6Rs, we value each child's contribution to the school whether it is academic, sporting, musical, creative, interpersonal, helpful, cultural or spiritual.

The school has an extensive playing field, a hard surfaced playground, wild areas for Forest School and a peaceful reflection garden. We are lucky to have a well- stocked library and a well-used art studio, which are used in school and after school.

We have four classes, each with two year groups: Foundation Years, Key Stage 1, and two Key Stage 2 Classes. There is a high quality mix of experienced and new teachers and strong well-qualified support staff who enjoy working together.

We reward and encourage good behaviour, good manners and helpfulness. All children are expected to wear the approved school uniform. We feel that it helps the children to feel part of the family of Northaw CE Primary School and it helps to promote unity and a sense of ownership.

We encourage home learning and the support of parents and carers. We encourage parental participation and involvement in all aspects of the school. When they have the time to spare, we invite parents to share their talents with our children.

Our Governing Body is proactive and supportive. Our PTA organises events that are fun for the children and raise valuable funds for the school.

As a small school we believe it is important to keep in close contact with our neighbours. The school is very much at the centre of the village and the church community and likewise the church community supports events at the school.

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