Term time Monday to Friday
8.55am to 3.15pm
Fixed term (Academic year 2021/22)
Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and dedicated teaching assistant to work as part of our supportive and friendly team.
The position entails providing support for individuals and/or groups of pupils under the guidance of the classroom teacher. The role also includes supervising children in the playground at lunchtime. The successful candidate will be passionate about promoting children’s learning and personal development and will be patient, adaptable and able to show initiative. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Experience of working with children or in other areas of child development will be an advantage to applicants. The school is committed to supporting the continued professional development of its staff.
Hours: 8.55am to 3.15pm Mondays to Fridays or to be negotiated
Term time only [38 Weeks]
Salary Range: Surrey PS3 [Pro rata from £18,013]
Fixed Term contract to end of Summer Term 2022
For an application pack, please contact Mrs Lisa Cook
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01306 883934
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The appointment is subject to satisfactory references and DBS clearance.
Successful applicants must be able to support the distinctive Catholic ethos of our school.
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St. Joseph’s is a one-form entry, Voluntary Aided Catholic Primary School in Dorking with 189 pupils aged 4-11 years. The school’s mission is to create a learning environment where children will receive an excellent primary education within the context of a caring community and be prepared for a life animated by Christian values.
School Mission Statement:
“Learning and Growing Together in the Light of God’s Love”
At St Joseph's Catholic Primary School…
We cherish the uniqueness of all individuals.
We aim to create a learning climate which promotes the development of the whole child and engenders a love for learning and excellence, so that within the framework of a broad and balanced curriculum, all may realise their potential.
We proclaim the Gospel values in the ways in which we love ourselves and others.
Worship, prayer and our relationship with God are at the heart of school life.
We embrace our role in the wider community and
seek to bear witness to our Catholic Faith in all that we do.