Job Title Teaching Assistants (Full time and Part time)
Salary Range 1b -actual salary £10 641 - £12 535
Hours of Work Full time: 8.45 a.m.–1.00pm and 1.20pm to 3.20pm
(31 ¼ hours per week - 38 weeks)
Term Fixed term for one term in the first instance
Date required from April 2019
We have a full time Teaching Assistant vacancy in KS2 from April 2019. We are looking for caring and resourceful individuals to join our dedicated and happy team of Teaching Assistants to work with both individual and groups of children.
St Mary’s is a two form entry Church of England Combined School, situated on a pleasant housing estate to the north of Aylesbury. We have a friendly and supportive staff and enthusiastic children who are well behaved and keen to learn. We were judged Good in May 2015 by Ofsted. Visits to our school are welcomed.
Graduate Teaching Assistants looking to train as teachers in the future would be fully supported: we are part of the Ashmead ITT and Bedgrove ITT Partnerships. We would also be interested in speaking to candidates with A levels or equivalent who are interested in training as teachers in the future with our support. The actual full time salary is between £10 641 and £12 535 depending on experience.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be asked to apply for an enhanced CRB disclosure.
If you would like an application pack please contact the school office or download the pack below.
Telephone 01296 482094 or email us at email@example.com.
Visits to the school are welcomed. Or you can visit us on our website at http://www.st-marysaylesbury.bucks.sch.uk/web.
Closing date: Friday 22nd March
Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Sam Dimbleby, Deputy Headteacher, should you wish to discuss the role further. We are an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to enhanced disclosure from DBS.
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