Our ideal candidate will be a team player. You
should have a track record of building positive relationships with children in
order to support them to make exceptional progress, be committed to developing
your own practice and share the school’s high expectations for all children.
Our children have compiled a person specification
and they require:
“St John’s is a special place and it will need to
have a special, wise teaching assistant.
We need somebody who enjoys spending time working with children and
listening to our jokes”
“If you are a positive person with good
characteristics this job will be perfect for you”
“We don’t mind if you’re a man or a woman, if you
have green or blue eyes, if you’re tall or short or if you have long or short
“Our children are
strong, honest, polite and will treat you with a good attitude. You will see them focusing on their work”
“The children here
all have different backgrounds and different experiences”
“Please don’t be shy,
we will be friendly and welcome you like part of us”
“St John’s is a
special place and we need a special sort of person.”
- Play a fundamental role in shaping the direction and future of our
- Be part of a highly successful network of schools both locally and
- Receive bespoke training and support in order to be the very best you
- Have the capacity to bring innovative ideas to the classroom
“Here at St John’s our children’s needs are the foundation of all our
decisions. We value emotional
intelligence, academic skills and creativity equally, nurturing each child’s
intrinsic enjoyment and desire to learn whilst also shaping their interior
posture.” Andrew Knight, Headteacher
“I’ve only been
working at St John’s for half a term but I already feel part of the family and
supported by everyone around me. We really help each other to do the very best
for the children.” Class Teacher
“Everyone who works
at and with St John’s knows that the children always come first in all that
they do. They all want to do the very
best they can for the children.” Year 2 parent
St John’s CE Primary School
is an academy within Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust. If you are successfully appointed, the Trust
will be your employer.
If you think
you can give our children the love and support they need, please email our
People Team at St John’s CE Primary on email@example.com to arrange
a visit with our Headteacher.
This post is
suitable for candidates who may want to train to teach as part of a longer
career plan. Support will be given, if requested, to investigate the routes
into teaching supported by BDAT.
Due to safer recruitment guidelines, applications will only be
considered via the MyNewTerm platform, a link to which is available from the
Career Opportunities tab of our website www.stjohnsceprimary.co.uk.
CVs will not be accepted or considered.
for application is Wednesday 4th October 2023 at 12 noon. Interviews w/c 9th October 2023. Start date as soon as possible.
Trust details can be obtained from www.bdat-academies.org
posts involving direct contact with vulnerable children are exempt from the
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
John's Church of England Primary School is strongly committed to safeguarding
and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to satisfactory
vetting, including a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the DBS.
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We have a duty of care to ensure all of our children are safe. In school we do this by making sure that everyone who comes into the building is suitable for working with children.
Due to safer recruitment guidelines, applications will only be considered on our official application forms which are available from the Career Opportunities tab of our website www.stjohnsceprimary.co.uk.
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