|Start Date: September 2021||Closing Date: Monday 28th June 2021|
|Contract: Permanent||Shortlisting: Monday 28th June 2021|
Pay Scale: Dependent on experience (Level 1-3)
Interview Date: 1st/2nd July 2021
The Pathfinder Church of England Primary School is looking for the follow positions within their support staff. We are looking for individuals who will inspire, ignite imagination and instill a love of learning in our children in September 2021.
The successful candidates will join a creative, vibrant and supportive team of leaders and colleagues with excellent educational standards.
· TA Experience and/or Qualification
· Commitment to helping all pupils reach their full potential
· Ability to work collaboratively with other professionals
· Ability to initiate exciting and engaging ways to teach pupil’s in small group setting
· An understanding of how to set high standards and aspirations as well as the commitment to relentlessly maintaining these
· Able to think creatively and practically when trying to achieve an objective
· Ability to work using own initiative
· Excellent communication skills
· Commitment to the Christian ethos and values of the School
For an informal conversation about this post or to arrange a visit to the school please contact the Headteacher, Stephanie Lockwood, via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01954 584801. Details are also available via the school website; www.pathfinderschool.org.uk
Applications are to be sent, in the strictest of confidences, to email@example.com by the closing dated advertised. Following shortlisting, candidates will be informed if they are successful within 10 working days.
The Pathfinder School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. Any successful applicant will be required to undertake a DBS disclosure.
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