Our school is a one-form entry, Church of England Primary School with a Nursery in Netherton Bootle.
"Struck by the welcoming atmosphere and the strong sense of care and nurture for the whole school community" Ofsted 2017
Our modern and inspired school building and grounds reflect our ambition to work creatively to build a better future for all our pupils, our parents, our staff and the local community
Our children are well behaved, polite and respectful towards each other and members of staff. They are motivated in their learning, they have high aspirations and good relationships which make them fantastic ambassadors for our school.
Our parents are keen to work with the school to both enhance their children's learning and achievement as well as ensure the school provides a positive focal point for the local community.
Staff benefit from our strong emphasis on professional development, shared leadership and an innovative approach to all that we do.
We are committed to protecting and promoting children’s rights and our commitment to this has been recognised by UNICEF in their Rights Respecting School Award.
The Governing Board of the school are looking to employ a committed, reflective and experienced Teaching Assistant to join our school team in our successful EYFS department, based in our Reception class to support a pupil on a 1 to 1 basis. We see this as an exciting opportunity for you to work alongside a forward thinking Leadership team who are dedicated to providing the best outcomes for all of our pupils.
We have high standards and expectations of staff, Governors, pupils and parents.
A supportive team committed to developing the teaching and learning throughout the school.
Fixed term commencing in November 2020 to support a pupil in our Reception classroom, initially until 31.12.20.
Applicants must have experience in EYFS. The position will involve supporting the child under the supervision of class teacher in class.
This is an opportunity for an ambitious Teaching Assistant to join our dedicated and supportive team. The appointment is for November 2020.
As a school, we can offer:
• A warm, family orientated school based on Christian faith
• Enthusiastic and motivated pupils, staff, families and governors
• Dedicated, hardworking and friendly colleagues
• Polite and motivated pupils who are keen to learn
• CPD to support the needs of the school and SENCO
• An up to date, modern working environment
We are looking for someone who:
• Has commitment and passion for inclusion, ensuring individual pupil needs are identified early and are met through targeted provision.
• Has worked effectively with external agencies
• Has a desire to work closely with families to enhance children’s experiences
• Is a team player, able to inspire others to approach their practice creatively so that all learners believe in themselves
• Will work with teachers to help to monitor pupil progress.
The hours of work will be as follows: Mon—Friday 0845 -1210 with a 15 minute unpaid break.
In addition to the post supporting the child in the classroom. We also have a Welfare Role to assist the same child, this role will be to support the child in the dining hall. The post will be daily from 12.10 - 13.00. Please note that this will be paid at a Welfare Assistant role rate of pay.
Further details and application forms are available to download on Sefton’s internet site www.sefton.gov.uk
Completed, applications should be returned to the school for the attention of Mrs J Erskine to email@example.com Please do not send CV’s. Applications by post will not be accepted.
The closing date will be 14.10.20 at 12.00 Noon. Short listing will take place on 15.10.20. Interviews will be held on 20.10.20.
Shortlisted candidates will be offered a tour of the school.
Due to the nature of work the above post is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and relevant care/safeguarding legislation and appointment will only be confirmed if a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure is obtained from the Criminal Records Bureau.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.