||Suitable for NQTs
||£18,944 to £28,063
Job title: Teaching / Learning Assistant - Behaviour / Nurture Provision (EYFS-KS2)
Position: 32.5 hours, term time plus Inset days - part time/flexible working arrangements supported (fixed term)
Salary: £18,944 to £28,063
Closing Date: 25th November 2020
Interviews: TBC (we reserve the right to fill this position before the closing date to the right candidate)
The role -
Do you have the commitment to ensure the highest of care and quality of provision for some of our most vulnerable children? This is an opportunity to join our inclusion team to support the nurture provision within the school. We offer excellent opportunities for professional development, supportive friendly environment and a leadership team driven to achieve the very best for the community.
About You -
You will need to be committed to developing your learning, knowledge and skills in educational support. You will need to be patient, resilient and committed to supporting children in challenging circumstances. You will need to be able to work as part of a team and on your own initiative. You need to be confident and comfortable in supporting some of our most vulnerable children, you will align to the values of our school and embrace the ethos of Pegasus Primary and our Oxford cluster of schools.
Pegasus Primary is situated on the outskirts of Oxford City, within Blackbird Leys. Your work will have the power to transform life opportunities where it is needed most. You will be part of United Learning Multi-Academy Trust.
More on how to apply
About Pegasus School
Pegasus School is a dynamic and vibrant place to work, where each day you make a huge difference to children’s lives.
We care deeply about each and every child and look for the very best in our team to cultivate a lifelong love of learning. Our school is an inclusive team that never gives up on a child - no matter how complex or challenging that can be.
Leadership provides the impetus, support and challenge to help everyone become better than they thought they could ever be. Our sense of purpose and determination to build innovative, inspiring and highly effective practices across all levels of the organisation are an overwhelming driver and permeate everything that we do.
Wherever you are in your career we may have a position for you. We appreciate that whilst experience is important, will and determination to have a great impact on children’s learning is just as vital. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team of creative, innovative minds who have the highest expectations for the children in their care.
Arranging a visit to Pegasus School
If you would like an informal discussion then please contact Ruth Akrigg (Headteacher) on 01865 777175.
Field Avenue, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 6RQ