Hours 12.00 – 1.15pm
Monday – Friday, Term-time only
Grade B1, £9.00 per hour
Fir Tree Primary School and Nursery is part of the Newbury Academy Trust, comprising another primary school and a secondary school, all within the Newbury area.
We are looking to appoint a dynamic, flexible and hard-working Midday Supervisor who can start as soon as possible. The role of the Midday Supervisor is vital in ensuring that the wellbeing and health and safety of our pupils is maintained at lunchtime. Full training will be provided but you will need to use your own initiative.
Further details can be obtained from Mrs Wood, Associate Headteacher, on 01635 42129, by email to email@example.com or visit the school’s website https://www.firtreeschool.co.uk/
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check, in addition to other pre-employment checks.
Closing date: Monday 30th March – 12pm
2x Teaching Assistant
2 x Teaching Assistants Autism Resource
Salary Band B/C dependent on experience
Closing date: Friday 5th June, 12 noon Interviews: TBC
Fir Tree Primary is a happy, nurturing school, where children are inspired and challenged to achieve their full potential. As part of the Newbury Academy Trust, Fir Tree enjoys the benefits of being in a fully supportive family of schools. Fir Tree children are challenged to think, learn, believe and achieve through a creative curriculum.
This is an excellent opportunity to join Fir Tree School, a vibrant 3-11 Academy within the Newbury Academy Trust. We are an ambitious, high-performing school looking for talented colleagues who can make a difference. In return we invest in your career, provide a bespoke CPD package, opportunities to lead across the Trust and the wider local area, and a comprehensive staff benefits package.
We are seeking to appoint two highly motivated Teaching Assistants to join our Autism (Autistic Spectrum) Resource based at Fir Tree. This is a West Berkshire resource provision for children with specific Autism difficulties. The successful candidates will be confident professionals.
The successful candidates will:
• Support children in mainstream lessons as well as within the resource to access the curriculum
• Be able to work closely with a range of teachers and professionals
• Have a sound general level of education
• Excellent communication skills
• A good sense of humour
• Enthusiasm and patience
Our Headteacher, Mrs Wood, is happy to answer any questions – please email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. If you feel that you have the experience and drive for this role, we would like to hear from you.
Application is by letter and application form to the Headteacher, the latter to include the names and addresses of two appropriate referees. Further details can be obtained from the School Office by email to email@example.com or visit the school’s website www.firtreeschool.co.uk
The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check.