Teaching Assistant | £14,395 actual | Hunningley Primary School
Part time / Term time / Temporary

This is a non BMBC advertisement, please contact the employer directly in relation to this vacancy. Applications must be submitted by 12 noon, Friday 18 June 2021

Teaching Assistant for September 2021 start

Hunningley Primary School

 

Salary: £14,395 actual

34.75 hours per week
Working Pattern: 08:15 to 15:30 & Wednesday 08:15 to 16:30 

Contract: Fixed term to July 2022 initially

 

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Teaching Assistant with great energy, passion and a relentless focus on high standards.

 

As part of the United Learning Trust, Hunningley Primary School serves the Kendray and Stairfoot communities of Barnsley. We are school who welcome children from three to eleven years old.

 Our school is a family where everyone is valued and recognised as an individual. It is a place where talents and interests are nurtured and all are encouraged to aim for the stars and be the very best that they can be. We believe that every child has the ability to shine given the right care and support and that our similarities and differences are things we celebrate with pride.

 The life of our school is driven by our core values of Respect, Confidence, Enthusiasm, Creativity, Ambition, and Determination. Learning is brought to life through high quality lessons, real life experiences and opportunities to recall and apply knowledge previously learned. Our team use high quality resources, have the highest expectations for all and instil in our children, a belief that anything is possible with hard work, courage and determination. We believe that every child can thrive given the right teaching and support.

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

  • Have a strong understanding of the core curriculum in the year group
  • Supporting children’s learning and developing their independence
  • Fostering interest and enthusiasm for learning amongst the pupils
  • Taking individuals or groups for curriculum support and in any sessions where extra help may be necessary
  • Deliver and evaluate interventions that meet teaching and learning objectives, with the support of the teacher
  • Being pro-active and seeking opportunities to support the team using your own initiative
  • Accompanying teachers and pupils on out of school activities and taking responsibility for a group under the direction of a teacher
  • Helping in classroom maintenance and lesson preparation, including sorting, filing, photocopying etc
  • Assisting class teachers with the preparation and carrying out of all classroom activities
  • Assisting with the planning and delivery of learning activities
  • Assisting and supporting teachers in the setting up of lessons and the preparation and display of art and written work

 

Pastoral

  • Knowing the pupils throughout the School, but especially those in the class taught, for whom you are a point of contact on matters of the pupil’s wellbeing
  • Playing an important role in the safeguarding of the pupils
  • Participating in the School’s programme for the personal and social development of the pupils
  • Carrying out supervision duties,
  • Attending meetings, curriculum sessions, INSET sessions where applicable
  • Undertaking any other duties which the Principal may reasonably request

 

As a member of our team, you will have opportunities to use your wider skills and interests to benefit our children. As well as your experience, your personal qualities will set you apart and make you an ideal candidate to join our school family. You will bring to the role genuine enthusiasm and drive, with a passionate desire to make a difference. Crucially, you are highly professional and will thrive in a ‘no excuses’ culture. You have a core belief that every single child, irrespective of background and starting point, can and will be successful in their learning.

 

We can offer you…       

  • Opportunities for professional development, within our school and our Trust;
  • An opportunity to work in a charitable organisation that is focused on improving the lives of disadvantaged children; the core value of the Trust is “The Best in Everyone”;
  • Fantastic children who are enthusiastic, eager to learn and who relish a challenge;
  • A supportive, forward thinking leadership team and governing body;
  • A welcoming and vibrant local community;
  • A friendly, hard-working and committed staff;
  • A welcoming and attractive learning environment in which to work, where everyone is valued;
  • A chance to make a difference. 

About The School

Hunningley Primary School became part of United Learning in 2017. Our children range from 3 years old in our Nursery up to 11 years old. We currently have 408 children on roll and are rated Good by Ofsted.

 

Hunningley Primary School is committed to delivering a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum whilst developing leadership at all levels.

 

Our Values

At Hunningley, we are determined to bring out the ‘best in everyone’. This means that:

  • We are ambitious for every child;
  • We place the best outcomes for children at the heart of everything we do;
  • The unique worth of every child is championed;
  • Every child is included – we recognise and strive to meet the needs of every learner;
  • We expect the highest quality of teaching for every pupil;
  • We aim to grow leaders of the future; encouraging resilience, determination and responsibility;
  • Every family receives the very best support and advice as a partner in learning;
  • We continually evaluate and improve our provision to ensure it is the best it can be.

 

Given the current restrictions, visits during the school day are not permitted.  However, you would be warmly encouraged to visit the school once the children have left at the end of the day and meet some of the staff so you are able to judge if you think we would be a good fit for you.

Supporting Documents:

Job Description.doc

Additional information about the Hunningley school family can be found on our school website.  We would also be happy to answer any questions.  To arrange a visit or for further information either telephone 01226 284867 or email: enquiries@hunningley.org

Please note only online applications will be accepted.  To apply please go to: https://unitedlearning.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/2220629?cid=1567

Applications must be submitted by 12 noon, Friday 18 June 2021 and candidates will be notified if they have been shortlisted that day.  Interviews will take place week commencing 21 June 2021. 

We very much look forward to meeting you.

 

Hunningley Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils.  Any offer to successful candidates will be conditional upon an Enhanced Disclosure being obtained by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Vacancy Description
This is a non BMBC advertisement, please contact the employer directly in relation to this vacancy. Applications must be submitted by 12 noon, Friday 18 June 2021
 

Teaching Assistant for September 2021 start

Hunningley Primary School

 

Salary: £14,395 actual

34.75 hours per week
Working Pattern: 08:15 to 15:30 & Wednesday 08:15 to 16:30 

Contract: Fixed term to July 2022 initially

 

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Teaching Assistant with great energy, passion and a relentless focus on high standards.

 

As part of the United Learning Trust, Hunningley Primary School serves the Kendray and Stairfoot communities of Barnsley. We are school who welcome children from three to eleven years old.

 Our school is a family where everyone is valued and recognised as an individual. It is a place where talents and interests are nurtured and all are encouraged to aim for the stars and be the very best that they can be. We believe that every child has the ability to shine given the right care and support and that our similarities and differences are things we celebrate with pride.

 The life of our school is driven by our core values of Respect, Confidence, Enthusiasm, Creativity, Ambition, and Determination. Learning is brought to life through high quality lessons, real life experiences and opportunities to recall and apply knowledge previously learned. Our team use high quality resources, have the highest expectations for all and instil in our children, a belief that anything is possible with hard work, courage and determination. We believe that every child can thrive given the right teaching and support.

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

  • Have a strong understanding of the core curriculum in the year group
  • Supporting children’s learning and developing their independence
  • Fostering interest and enthusiasm for learning amongst the pupils
  • Taking individuals or groups for curriculum support and in any sessions where extra help may be necessary
  • Deliver and evaluate interventions that meet teaching and learning objectives, with the support of the teacher
  • Being pro-active and seeking opportunities to support the team using your own initiative
  • Accompanying teachers and pupils on out of school activities and taking responsibility for a group under the direction of a teacher
  • Helping in classroom maintenance and lesson preparation, including sorting, filing, photocopying etc
  • Assisting class teachers with the preparation and carrying out of all classroom activities
  • Assisting with the planning and delivery of learning activities
  • Assisting and supporting teachers in the setting up of lessons and the preparation and display of art and written work

 

Pastoral

  • Knowing the pupils throughout the School, but especially those in the class taught, for whom you are a point of contact on matters of the pupil’s wellbeing
  • Playing an important role in the safeguarding of the pupils
  • Participating in the School’s programme for the personal and social development of the pupils
  • Carrying out supervision duties,
  • Attending meetings, curriculum sessions, INSET sessions where applicable
  • Undertaking any other duties which the Principal may reasonably request

 

As a member of our team, you will have opportunities to use your wider skills and interests to benefit our children. As well as your experience, your personal qualities will set you apart and make you an ideal candidate to join our school family. You will bring to the role genuine enthusiasm and drive, with a passionate desire to make a difference. Crucially, you are highly professional and will thrive in a ‘no excuses’ culture. You have a core belief that every single child, irrespective of background and starting point, can and will be successful in their learning.

 

We can offer you…       

  • Opportunities for professional development, within our school and our Trust;
  • An opportunity to work in a charitable organisation that is focused on improving the lives of disadvantaged children; the core value of the Trust is “The Best in Everyone”;
  • Fantastic children who are enthusiastic, eager to learn and who relish a challenge;
  • A supportive, forward thinking leadership team and governing body;
  • A welcoming and vibrant local community;
  • A friendly, hard-working and committed staff;
  • A welcoming and attractive learning environment in which to work, where everyone is valued;
  • A chance to make a difference. 

About The School

Hunningley Primary School became part of United Learning in 2017. Our children range from 3 years old in our Nursery up to 11 years old. We currently have 408 children on roll and are rated Good by Ofsted.

 

Hunningley Primary School is committed to delivering a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum whilst developing leadership at all levels.

 

Our Values

At Hunningley, we are determined to bring out the ‘best in everyone’. This means that:

  • We are ambitious for every child;
  • We place the best outcomes for children at the heart of everything we do;
  • The unique worth of every child is championed;
  • Every child is included – we recognise and strive to meet the needs of every learner;
  • We expect the highest quality of teaching for every pupil;
  • We aim to grow leaders of the future; encouraging resilience, determination and responsibility;
  • Every family receives the very best support and advice as a partner in learning;
  • We continually evaluate and improve our provision to ensure it is the best it can be.

 

Given the current restrictions, visits during the school day are not permitted.  However, you would be warmly encouraged to visit the school once the children have left at the end of the day and meet some of the staff so you are able to judge if you think we would be a good fit for you.

Supporting Documents:

Job Description.doc

Additional information about the Hunningley school family can be found on our school website.  We would also be happy to answer any questions.  To arrange a visit or for further information either telephone 01226 284867 or email: enquiries@hunningley.org

Please note only online applications will be accepted.  To apply please go to: https://unitedlearning.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/2220629?cid=1567

Applications must be submitted by 12 noon, Friday 18 June 2021 and candidates will be notified if they have been shortlisted that day.  Interviews will take place week commencing 21 June 2021. 

We very much look forward to meeting you.

 

Hunningley Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils.  Any offer to successful candidates will be conditional upon an Enhanced Disclosure being obtained by the Disclosure & Barring Service.