Are you an outstanding, enthusiastic and imaginative teacher? If you are, then we need you to join our innovative and creative school.
We are looking for a teacher to work in our EYFS setting from January 2021. This is a permanent post for an enthusiastic teacher, with opportunities for future career development within the school and within our Trust. Initially, for two terms, you will be working across both classes. From September, you will have responsibility for your own class.
You will need to be an excellent practitioner, who is totally committed to making a difference to our children’s learning.
You must have excellent knowledge and understanding of planning, delivering and assessing the EYFS curriculum, which is rooted in up to date pedagogical theory.
If you are dynamic, open to trying new things and have a Growth Mindset then we are keen for you to apply.
You are warmly invited to visit the school or telephone the Headteacher, who will be pleased to discuss the post in more detail.
The interview process will include teaching a phonics session and leading a small-group activity. You will be asked to complete an observation of a child based on the ‘Characteristics of Effective Learning’.
Please contact the school for an application form and job profile. Completed application forms should be emailed to the office.
Closing Date: Friday 16th October
Interview Date: Thursday 22nd October
We a seeking to appoint a 1:1 SEN Assistant to support a child with complex needs in our successful, creative and vibrant school.
- Caring, reliable and motivated?
- Passionate about learning, resilient and enthusiastic?
- Experienced in supporting children with additional needs?
- Able to effectively use a range of learning and behavioural techniques and strategies, such as PECS?
- Able to work as part of a team?
- Available for immediate employment?
This will be a fixed-term contract until end of July 2021, with the possibility of the position being made permanent (working hours 8.30am until 3.30pm daily.)
You are warmly invited to telephone the Headteacher, who will be pleased to discuss the post in more detail.
Please contact the school for an application form and job profile. Completed application forms should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 12th October
Interview Date: 14th October
Applicants should be supportive of our ethos. St Francis of Assisi welcomes applications from members of minority ethnic communities and those with disabilities. 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. You will be subject to DBS checks along with relevant employment checks.
We are often looking for people to join our lunchtime teams of supervisors.
General MSA duties are:
- covering all lunchtime supervision and engage with the pupils
- promoting the welfare and safety of all pupils
- working co-operatively in a team
- organising activities for the pupils
- assisting in hot school dinner and packed lunch arrangements
- encouraging healthy eating and polite manners
- administering minor first aid
- more intimate care after any ‘accidents’
- general clearing up duties e.g. after spills
Occasionally we need to recruit staff to work one to one with a child with additional needs.
We look for calm, caring and friendly people, who enjoy being with children and who are willing to engage through play.
Please keep an eye on this website for future vacancies or contact the school office and let us have your details, so that we can let you know when vacancies arise.
Telephone: 01603 441484
Please bear in mind that we take the safeguarding of our pupils extremely seriously and any appointment will only be confirmed on receipt of suitable references and a successful DBS check.
Thank you for your interest.