Support our pupils learning
- Provide personal and welfare care to our pupils
- Support in reviewing pupil's performance and
- Prepare and maintain the classroom environment
- Support the teaching team
- Contribute to developing our team
The successful candidate should have relevant
experience and/or qualifications in working with
young children. Being able to communicate
effectively with children and adults is essential,
together with a friendly and approachable manner.
We are committed to developing our staff and invest heavily in our well-developed CPD programme, as well
as giving our staff the freedom to focus on highly effective learning. We also provide our staff with access
to accredited qualifications and training.
Being part of Pathfinder Schools offers a fantastic
opportunity to develop yourself, as a Trust we actively
encourage collaboration and the sharing of good
practice; we believe that by developing a love of
learning and having the highest expectations, all
members of the Pathfinder Schools community can
achieve and inspire greatness.
We would like to take the opportunity to invite
prospective applicants to come and see our
schools in action, and ask any questions you may
have. To arrange a visit, please contact Jenny
Carter, Deputy Head, on 01536 760361 or email
We occasionally close vacancies early in the event
that we receive a high volume of applications.
Interviews may begin soon after receipt of
applications for shortlisted candidates, therefore we
recommend that you apply early.
Havelock Safeguarding Policies and Procedures are
available on their website, which can be accessed on
the following web address : Havelock Schools -
School Policies & Reports
Pathfinder Schools are committed to safeguarding
and promoting the welfare of children and expects
all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
DBS, Reference, Identity, Criminal Record and
Medical Checks are mandatory for all posts within
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