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Northlands Primary School and Nursery are looking to expand their team of support staff. We are a large primary school full of amazing children that need your help to thrive. Our team of dedicated Support Assistants work with children with a range of needs. We provide ongoing Professional Development to our staff and regularly hold training on topics such as Emotional Wellbeing, Autism and supporting Speech and Language development. We are keen to support all of our staff to develop their skills and are keen to promote staff wellbeing.
We have a warm and supportive leadership team who operate an open-door policy so that staff feel welcome to share their ideas and work collaboratively.
We are looking for staff who are positive, caring and who like to be part of a team. Candidates need to be able to be flexible and creative and willing to try new strategies as well as persevere with old ones. We hope to find motivated individuals who are looking to expand their experience and take on a new challenge. We are looking to recruit staff to work alongside individual children with additional needs for whom having the support from a trusted adult will make a big difference.
No two days are the same at Northlands. We work hard and have lots of fun. Our children are fantastic and we love getting to know each one and helping them to reach their potential.
We have children ranging from 3 years to 11 years old so are keen to hear from candidates with either nursery or school experience.
We welcome visits to the school, please contact Sue Gilbert on 01268 553434 to arrange a visit.
Information about the School
In September 2015 Northlands Infant and Junior schools amalgamated to become Northlands Primary School and Nursery and then the following year joined the Lee Chapel Multi Academy Trust. Staff are dedicated, hardworking and supportive of each other. Phase Leaders support their teams to ensure that staff and children achieve their best. Children with Special Educational Needs are well catered for with adult support and a non-class based Inclusion Manager The school has an Inclusion area with non-class based Inclusion Support Assistants, Parent Support manager and Inclusion manager. All classes have ancillary support to work alongside the class teacher.
The school has positive links with the local community, notably with the local country park where the school holds weekly forest school sessions for the pupils and the local church and secondary schools.
The Headteacher, Governors, together with a dedicated and hard working team of teachers, are looking forward to building on our achievements.