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October 2023

Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship

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School Governor

We are looking for a member of our school community to become a member of our Governing Body.  

Governors offer strategic guidance, rather than getting involved in the operational aspects of a school. This involves:

  • Working with other board members to plan the school’s strategic direction.
  • Overseeing the school’s financial performance, ensuring money is well-spent.
  • Holding the headteacher or school leadership to account.

A governor’s relationship with the school’s leadership team involves challenging existing processes to drive school improvement. Governors usually attend around six meetings per year. Although becoming a governor requires drive and commitment, you’ll enjoy many professional and personal rewards, including career development opportunities and the chance to support young people’s futures.

If you are interested in being community Governor please contact to request an application form and find out more about the role.

SEN Teaching Assistant Level 2

We are looking to appoint a teaching
assistant to support a Special Education Needs child as soon as possible until July 2024, or until the child leaves the
The successful applicant will work in close partnership with other staff to pursue continual school improvement and to
enrich the lives and learning of the children and families in our community.
Required from October 2023 to July 2024 or until the pupil leaves the school: Teaching Assistant 27.5 hours
TA2 – fixed term contract

Candidates will need:
• A relevant Level 2 qualification.
• Have TA2 experience with infant school age children.
• Special Educational Needs experience – working 1:1 or with small groups of children
• Have experience of teaching small and large groups of children.
• Be able to show initiative and independence in organising their duties.
• Demonstrate sensitivity and integrity in caring for their personal needs
• To contribute to weekly planning and assessment discussions
• Demonstrate outstanding communication skills and excellent team work
• Experience in assisting teaching staff in the planning, assessment, review and delivery of the curriculum.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 curriculum

We can offer:
• A friendly, caring and inclusive school with children at the centre of all that we do.
• A dedicated, hardworking and highly professional team of teaching, support
• A safe, pleasant and happy environment for all
• A supportive and committed Governing Body
• Parents who value the school and are interested in their child’s education
• Strong community links

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This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Relief Midday Supervisor

We are looking for a temporary/relief Midday Supervisor for September 2023.


  • Supervise toileting and washroom activity
  • Escort children to and from dining room
  • Supervise collection of meals and assist with use of cutlery
  • Assist pupils when returning used plates, trays, cutlery, glasses/beakers and clearing tables
  • Supervise pupils eating food brought from home and ensure packed lunch equipment is cleared away
  • Supervise classroom and outside activities, encouraging inclusion
  • Ensure orderly return to classroom
  • Attend to minor accidents or to pupils who become ill
  • Report to Senior Midday Supervisor if accident occurs or if pupil falls ill
  • Monitor pupil behaviour, intervening as necessary in accordance with behaviour policy
  • Report to Senior Midday Supervisor any breaches of school rules

Working hours: 11:40am-12:55pm daily

Please contact the school for an application form and job description.


Telephone: 024 76392219

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.