Teaching Assistant Level 2

St Peter and St Paul CofE Primary School, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN16 3FX

This job expired on 11 July 2022 – see similar jobs

  • Application deadline

    11 July 2022 at 9am

  • Date listed

    24 June 2022

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Contract type


Annual or full time equivalent salary

£19,650 - £21,270

Actual salary

£13,235 - £14,327 per year

Teaching Assistant Level 2 job summary

Job Title: Teaching Assistant Level 2 Post Number: S2181612 Grade/Salary: Grade 4, Hours of Work: full time: 30 hours a week, term time only Location: St Peter and St Paul Church of England Primary School Redshank Drive Scunthorpe North Lincolnshire DN16 3FX Email: admin.stpandstp@northlincs.gov.uk For further information: Tel: 01724 701980 Website: www.stpandstp.org.uk Twitter: @Lakeside_school Description: St Peter and St Paul Church of England Primary School is at heart of a new community. We are seeking to appoint support staff who will bring enthusiasm and a commitment to reaching the highest standards of achievement underpinned by our strong Christian ethos. We are currently looking for a class Teaching Assistant to join our team in September 2022. Please note that over time you will be expected to work with all age ranges. You will be: • Supporting groups or individuals under the guidance of the teacher • Supervising children and leading play at playtimes and lunchtimes, as part of your role • Given support and guidance in welfare and learning • Flexible and open to change; the specific duties of the post may change as the school develops • Involved in general administration work • Experienced in positive behaviour management techniques • Experienced at working with children with special educational needs • Able to manage all situations with positivity, calmness and unfailing love! Visits are strongly encouraged so please contact us to arrange yours. We are willing to see you at any mutually convenient time! Come and see us and tell us why you’d love to work at our school with our incredible children. Our School is committed to safe guarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and we expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau. The full version of our Recruitment of ex offenders and Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure procedure can be accessed from our website at www.northlincs.gov.uk/jobsandcareers Please apply for this job online at www.northlincs.gov.uk/jobsandcareers. The job description and employee specification are available on the latest council jobs section of the website. Closing Date: Monday 11th July 2022 at 9am Interviews Friday 15th July 2022
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About St Peter and St Paul CofE Primary School

School type
Local authority maintained school, Church of England, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
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School size
316 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11

We are distinctively Christian in our ethos and outlook and are inclusive of all. At the heart of our school are our Christian values. We welcome those of all faiths and none to shine their lights brightly, celebrating joys, failures and successes in partnership with parents and the community. In our school we have four core principles that govern everything we do, and every decision we make, always underpinned by the Christian values of Courage, Respect, Forgiveness, Kindness, Hope and Fairness. This document explains our core principles and lets you know what you can expect from our school. These values and principles influence our curriculum, our relationships and our provisions and you will be able to recognise these influences when you speak to us or come into school.

Developing open-mindedness and spiritual awareness What do we mean by this?
It’s about encouraging children to have the spirit to persevere, show moral courage and represent their values in their everyday life. Motivating them to want to help others and share in their joys, failures and successes. Showing them how to appreciate the beauty and the wonder of the world. Supporting them in becoming deep thinkers who can ask and seek answers to questions. Spirituality will be developed intentionally but not forced on any individual – but equally, cannot be left to chance and circumstance. We will make sure that our children have a range of meaningful experiences, thought-provoking lessons and conversations and many opportunities to explore, question and investigate.
Personalising the curriculum and learning experience for each child
Personalisation means treating every child as an individual and seeking to develop that individual as fully and as profoundly as possible. It means responding to their learning needs by creating provision that is relevant and appropriate to their age and ability and which takes account of the wide range of learning styles. The curriculum will be linked to the children’s interests and build upon their previous experience, giving them the opportunity to discover and develop their individual skills and talents and achieve their potential.

Fostering a culture of inclusion
Our school will foster a culture of inclusion in which children of every background will be welcomed, nurtured and developed. This commitment is inspired, informed and underpinned by the core Christian values. All children will have an entitlement to a learning environment that will give them equal access to a curriculum that addresses their individual learning needs. All staff will be engaged in continuous professional development so that they are excellent practitioners and can deliver the educational entitlement to children of all abilities. Inclusion is more easily achieved when the children can contribute their ideas about their learning and the organisation of the school, so there will be a variety of opportunities for pupil voice to be developed.

Partnerships with other community and church schools, the Diocese, the Local Authority and the wider community
These partnerships will enhance social cohesion, encourage lifelong learning, provide a supportive network and create opportunities that will enrich the learning experience for children. Relationships with parents will be centrally important and make a significant contribution to the children’s learning, wellbeing and progress. Our school wishes to play a full part in contributing to the local network of schools, sharing ideas and good practice and taking advantage of all the opportunities collaboration can bring, in order to be the best that we can be.

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