HLTA / Woodland School Leader - Full-time

Cliftonville, UK
Closing date
29 Oct 2020

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Pay: Kent Range 6 £20,585 £22,469 (pro-rata)

Start Date: 4th January 2021

Could you be our next HLTA?

Could you be involved in establishing and running our NEW Woodland School?

We are seeking an inspirational, highly motivated and creative member of staff to join our curriculum team, working with two other experienced HLTAs.

35 hours per week (8:30 - 4:30)

This role is initially until August 2022.

An extension to this date will be subject to funding.

Role includes (in addition to standard TA duties):
  • Plan, prepare and deliver specified learning activities to classes across the school
  • Leading small group and 1:1 interventions
  • During this academic year we will be establishing our own Woodland School. (We are aiming for this to open in September 2021). Part of this role will be to develop and lead activities in our Woodland School for specific groups of pupils.

If you would like to know more, please contact us to arrange a tour or phone conversation.

Closing date: 19th November 2020 (11am)

Interviews: 1st December 2020

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Information about the school

Holy Trinity & St. John's CEP School is a large primary school serving the central area of the coastal town of Margate. Current number on role is 420 children aged between 4 - 11 years.

The size of the school offers many advantages as we are able to offer a wide range of learning opportunities and have a number of specialist teachers in our employment. However, there remains a sense of family within the school community which is reinforced by our House System and close links with our parents/carers and PTFA.

As a Church of England school, we enjoy strong links with the Parish Church of St. John's and the Diocese of Canterbury. At Holy Trinity, the Christian ethos of the school goes far beyond the RE curriculum. In work and play children are given the opportunity to find out about the beliefs and values of other people.

Our overriding message that permeates through the school is "Treat others the way you wish to be treated". As a result, we are a happy and safe school, where children and adults genuinely take great care of each other. Holy Trinity is however more than a place of community and friendship. We strive for high standards of behaviour and academic achievement for all children. We encourage initiative and equip our children with a confidence to enable them to feel positive about themselves.

We were graded as a Good school by Ofsted in November 2017. Our extended school provisions offer our pupils a wealth of opportunities to not only continue their learning but to develop important social skills. Some evidence of our extended school provision can be seen from our achievement in being awarded the Artsmark Gold and School Games Bronze Award.

Holy Trinity & St John's is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS checks are required for this post.

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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