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Hours range from part-time to full-time (27.5hrs)
Monday to Friday
Term Time only (plus some inset days)
Band 2 to mid-point (£17,007-£17,681 FTE)
Based at St John's CE Primary School, Buckhurst Hill
To start: immediately
St John's CE Primary School, part of the Epping Forest Schools Partnership Trust is looking to appoint hard-working, enthusiastic and organised people to work in partnership with class teachers to support children in the classroom with their learning in line with the national curriculum, codes of practice and school policies and procedures.
Ideally experience working with children in a school/early years' environment would be an advantage. Good reading, writing and numeracy skills are essential. Candidates will also require knowledge of basic ICT to support learning.
Initially the posts will be offered on a fixed term one-year contract with a view to becoming permanent roles, dependent on funding.
To apply for the post, please see the St John's CE Primary School website http://www.st-johns-school.com or contact Siobhan Mallon, Head of Learning Support/SENCo via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to discuss the post further, please contact Siobhan.
Closing date: Friday 12 October 2018
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 17 October 2018
The EFSPT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment.
Information about the School
Welcome to St John's C of E Primary School
St John’s is a traditional school for the 21st Century. At St John’s we pride ourselves on high standards in all areas of school life. As Headmaster, I am proud to lead a dedicated and well-qualified team of staff, who are committed not just to high academic standards, but also to developing the whole child.
As such, we take pride in both our excellent academic record and the musical, artistic and sporting achievements of our children. Furthermore, our school values of Achievement, Honesty, Caring, Responsibility, Forgiveness and Resilience develop both character and attitude, ensuring that our children leave St John’s happy, well rounded and prepared for their next step in education.
St John’s School aspires to be a community in which;
• there is an atmosphere of confidence, striving for excellence and an enjoyment of learning
• adults and children alike are valued
• individual needs are recognised and supported
Our long-term aim is to prepare our pupils to play a full part in a fast-changing, democratic and multi-cultural society and, in particular, to prepare them for the next phase of their education.
St John's is part of the Epping Forest Schools Partnership Trust.
At St. John’s we encourage openness and warmly welcome prospective staff to pay us a visit. I look forward to welcoming you.