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ROLE:  Higher Level Teaching Assistant

SCHOOL: Thornhill Primary School

HOURS:  Term time only

SALARY: Grade 7

CLOSING DATE: Monday 4 November 2019 (Midday)

INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday 13 November & Friday 15 November 2019

START DATE:  ASAP

ADVERT:

The Governors and Senior Leadership team are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and professional candidate who has strong experience of working within a Primary school to join our team. Essential experience is required as a Teaching Assistant and this is a perfect opportunity for graduates who have a desire to become a teacher and are looking for a stepping stone before applying for a PGCE/SKITT/School Direct type of training. Applicants must have a love of learning and enjoy working with children, supporting them to develop as effective life-long learners. The job is diverse and will involve covering classes from Year R up to Year 6, as well as working with small groups of children carrying out intervention programmes and booster groups.

Thornhill Primary has made exceptional progress in its standards and education for pupils over the last 7 years.  We are committed to providing an outstanding education for all pupils. We are a community school where "everyone is working together to be the best we can be".

You will have:

  • At least GCSE Grade C in English and Maths. Level 3 NVQ (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline is desirable as well as completion of HLTA qualification or teaching qualification/ graduate.
  • previous experience of working with and guiding the learning of children across a Primary school and or early years setting;
  • excellent administrative skills to ensure accurate record keeping and monitoring of pupils attainment
  • strong IT skills - Be able to use emails efficiently and create resources using computers
  • the ability to maintain children's interest, enthusiasm and motivation for learning
  • a strong commitment to ensure effective behaviours for learning are maintained and be confident in managing whole classes, small groups and one to two or one to one groups.
  • The successful candidate will join a team of highly skilled, friendly professionals who are committed to providing an inclusive, creative and stimulating curriculum for all children.

The children at Thornhill Primary School are motivated and eager to learn, staff are supportive of each other and leaders offer guidance, coaching and excellent professional development.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Visits to the school are strongly recommended and informal enquiries are welcomed.

Should you wish to apply for this vacancy, please view the job description and complete the application form which can be found at www.hamwic.org and return to the school office, office@thornhillsch.net.

THE MAYFLOWER PARTNERSHIP

The Mayflower Partnership is part of an umbrella Trust called the Hamwic Education Trust. At the Hamwic Education Trust we offer unique opportunities for those individuals that excel in education.

We aim to deliver an outstanding education to our pupils and to do so we must employ outstanding people.

We offer a training pathway for all employees including teachers, support staff and our middle and senior leaders.

Our staff have opportunities to work on cross phase projects and to work in other schools within the Trust in order to gain invaluable experience and enhance their skills.

All schools with the Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

ROLE:  Higher Level Teaching Assistant

SCHOOL: Thornhill Primary School

HOURS:  3 days per week, Term time only

SALARY: Grade 7

CLOSING DATE: Monday 4 November 2019 (Midday)

INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday 13 November & Friday 15 November 2019

START DATE:  ASAP

ADVERT:

The Governors and Senior Leadership team are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and professional candidate who has strong experience of working within a Primary school to join our team. Essential experience is required as a Teaching Assistant and this is a perfect opportunity for graduates who have a desire to become a teacher and are looking for a stepping stone before applying for a PGCE/SKITT/School Direct type of training. Applicants must have a love of learning and enjoy working with children, supporting them to develop as effective life-long learners. The job is diverse and will involve covering classes from Year R up to Year 6, as well as working with small groups of children carrying out intervention programmes and booster groups.

Thornhill Primary has made exceptional progress in its standards and education for pupils over the last 7 years.  We are committed to providing an outstanding education for all pupils. We are a community school where "everyone is working together to be the best we can be".

You will have:

  • At least GCSE Grade C in English and Maths. Level 3 NVQ (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline is desirable as well as completion of HLTA qualification or teaching qualification/ graduate.
  • previous experience of working with and guiding the learning of children across a Primary school and or early years setting;
  • excellent administrative skills to ensure accurate record keeping and monitoring of pupils attainment
  • strong IT skills - Be able to use emails efficiently and create resources using computers
  • the ability to maintain children's interest, enthusiasm and motivation for learning
  • a strong commitment to ensure effective behaviours for learning are maintained and be confident in managing whole classes, small groups and one to two or one to one groups.
  • The successful candidate will join a team of highly skilled, friendly professionals who are committed to providing an inclusive, creative and stimulating curriculum for all children.

The children at Thornhill Primary School are motivated and eager to learn, staff are supportive of each other and leaders offer guidance, coaching and excellent professional development.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Visits to the school are strongly recommended and informal enquiries are welcomed.

Should you wish to apply for this vacancy, please view the job description and complete the application form which can be found at www.hamwic.org and return to Jeanette Miller, office@thornhillsch.net.

THE MAYFLOWER PARTNERSHIP

The Mayflower Partnership is part of an umbrella Trust called the Hamwic Education Trust. At the Hamwic Education Trust we offer unique opportunities for those individuals that excel in education.

We aim to deliver an outstanding education to our pupils and to do so we must employ outstanding people.

We offer a training pathway for all employees including teachers, support staff and our middle and senior leaders.

Our staff have opportunities to work on cross phase projects and to work in other schools within the Trust in order to gain invaluable experience and enhance their skills.

All schools with the Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

ROLE:  Fixed Term Teaching Assistant

SCHOOL: Thornhill Primary School

HOURS:  Term time (39 wks), 27 hrs 55 mins per week (This is to include 30 minutes during lunchtime). 

SALARY: Grade 6, Point 12 £21,769 FTE

CLOSING DATE: (Midday) Monday 4 November 2019

INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday 13 November & Friday 15 November 2019

START DATE: To be confirmed but ideally as soon as possible

ADVERT:

The Governors and Senior Leadership team are looking for applicants who are enthusiastic, self motivated and professional. Applicants must have a love of learning and enjoy working with children, supporting them to develop as effective life long learners. This role involves supporting children's learning in class, in a one to one capacity inside and outside of the classroom.

Thornhill Primary has made exceptional progress in its standards and education for pupils over the last 7 years.  We are committed to providing an outstanding education for all pupils. We are a community school where "everyone is working together to be the best we can be".

You will have:

  • At least GCSE Grade C in English and Maths. Level 3 NVQ (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline is desirable but full training will be given to the right candidate;
  • previous experience of working with and guiding the learning of children in a school and or early years setting;
  • Experience in behaviour and SEND
  • good administrative skills to ensure accurate record keeping and monitoring of pupils attainment,
  • good IT skills - Be able to use emails efficiently and create resources using computers
  • the ability to maintain children's interest, enthusiasm and motivation for learning
  • a strong commitment to ensure effective behaviours for learning are maintained 
  • The successful candidate will join a team of highly skilled, friendly professionals who are committed to providing an inclusive, creative and stimulating curriculum for all children.

The children are motivated and eager to learn, staff are supportive of each other and leaders offer guidance, coaching and excellent professional development.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Visits to the school are strongly recommended and informal enquiries are welcomed.

Should you wish to apply for this vacancy, please view the job description and complete the application form which can be found at www.hamwic.org and return to Jeanette Miller, office@thornhillsch.net.

THE MAYFLOWER PARTNERSHIP

The Mayflower Partnership is part of an umbrella Trust called the Hamwic Education Trust. At the Hamwic Education Trust we offer unique opportunities for those individuals that excel in education.

We aim to deliver an outstanding education to our pupils and to do so we must employ outstanding people.

We offer a training pathway for all employees including teachers, support staff and our middle and senior leaders.

Our staff have opportunities to work on cross phase projects and to work in other schools within the Trust in order to gain invaluable experience and enhance their skills.

All schools with the Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment checks.

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