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KS2 Teacher - Summer Term 2023


Full-time position

Required from Summer Term 2023 (17th April start date)

Teachers’ Main Scale

We are looking for a teacher who:

  • is enthusiastic, inspirational and resilient
  • is committed to raising attainment and achievement
  • has high expectations of all children
  • is able t create a stimulating and well-organised learning environment
  • works well in a team and has a sense of humour!

We can offer:

  • dedicated colleagues who work effectively as a team
  • an opportunity to be part of a continually improving learning environment
  • culturally diverse pupils wh are creative and enthusiastic learners

ECTs and experienced teachers are welcome to apply and visits to the school are essential.

For an application pack please contact the school office (preferably by emailing )

The school is committed to safeguarding children and is an equal opportunity provider. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.

Closing date: Friday 27th January 2023, 3pm

Interviews: Monday 30th January (afternoon) & Tuesday 31st January (morning)


SEND Teaching Assistant

To start after February Half Term 2023

Grade RG3 SCP 5-7, £11.18 per hour – Actual starting salary: £14,627 per annum

Hours of work: 30 hours per week, Mon to Fri, 6 hours per day (8.45am– 3.15pm)

A job share, where two suitable candidates applied, could be considered.

Status: Temporary, fixed term until 31st August 2023 (but may be extended)


The school are looking to appoint a passionate and creative Teaching Assistant to join our diverse school and to work with specific children with SEND in our Rainbow room provision.

We require a caring and supportive individual to work with children with significant learning difficulties providing 1:1 support and assistance in the development, learning, and support of these children.

The ideal candidate will display previous experience working as a Teaching or Learning Support Assistant and have experience of working with children with SEND. You must have a willingness to help a range of children with varied needs including welfare, have excellent communication skills, be highly motivated and be able to work confidently as part of a team. Past experience of working in a school or nursery setting would be ideal but any candidate with the enthusiasm to work in a school and support the progress of children in a learning environment is welcome to apply.


Your duties will include:

  • Supporting the class teacher to implement planned lesson learning activities
  • Engage and support individual pupils with complex SEN needs.
  • Keeping children safe in their surroundings and activities they engage in including dealing with first aid incidents
  • General support in the classroom planning resources and setting up the classroom
  • Providing administrative support to the class teacher to prepare resources for class
  • Supervising children on the playground at break times and during lunchtimes


We are seeking candidates that have:

  • Previous experience of working with children is preferable
  • Commitment to working with children with SEND
  • A good standard of English and Maths is essential Grade C or equivalent
  • An ability to work with a team and diverse staff/pupil groups
  • Effective interpersonal and communications skills
  • Exceptional, highly motivated and hard-working
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Patience and commitment to work with young people, some with challenging needs


If you are interested please contact for an application pack or download from, About Us, Come & Work for us! Visits to the school are warmly welcomed.


The school is committed to safeguarding children and is an equal opportunity provider. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.


Closing date for applications: Sunday 22nd January 2023