Hatfield Community Free School (HCFS)opened in September 2012. We have been set up as a free school, which is funded directly by the Government and run by highly skilled Trustees as a Primary Academy. We are a popular two form entry school with a current role of420 children.(Reception to Year 6).
HCFSis a very special place in which to learn. It is vibrant and innovative and thrives on setting high standards in all aspects of the lives of our children. We care deeply about the talents and interests of each individual and nurture our children on their holistic learning journey.
The moment you enter the school you will notice how special the children are to us and you will be greeted by caring and supportive adults who are there to help. We pride ourselves on listening toparents' and children's views and delivering effective communication.
At HCFS, we believe every member of our school community deserves the best from each moment they are with us. We do this so that our mission of inspiring, enriching and nurturing the lives of our pupils to enable them to reach their full potential can become a reality. The individual child is central to our approach. We ensure everyone has access to broad and balanced teaching and learning experiences, as well as nurturing environments, which prepares them to be happy and confident citizens as well as life-long learners.
We place an emphasis on six core values that we believe to be important in the creation of free thinking, curious, resilient and conscientious members of society.
All cultures, faiths and beliefs are valued at HCFS creating an understanding that all human beings should be treated equally and inclusively.
The successful candidate:
We are looking for a capable and enthusiasticLearning Support Practitionerto join our team tohelp further maintain and develop our high expectations and standards across the school. Duties will involve supporting our teachers within the classroom andworking withindividuals andsmallgroups of children to deliver learning support.
You will be part of a friendly team helping to support pupils in all areas of the curriculum.
Previous experience of working in a school is desirable but not essential.
Job details and application available via Teach in Herts.