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Job Type
Teaching Assistant
Contract Type
Part Time
Contract Term
Temporary
Start Date
01/9/2022
Salary
Scale D, Pt 5-6, 10.19-10.39/hour. Approx 4,981 - 5,080/per year (19,650-20,043/year FTE based on a 37-hour week)
Closing Date
08-Jul-2022

Intervention Teaching Assistant

St Clement's High School Wnat

Norfolk

St Clements High School are seeking a part time Intervention teaching assistant to join our dedicated & friendly team.

If you are someone who believes that all students, regardless of their personal circumstances can excel and you have the ability to set high expectations in order to motivate and inspire our young people, then this job is for you.

You will need to plan, deliver and resource interventions, and assess and report on the interventions, ensuring high impact on pupil progress and enabling pupils to achieve their potential.

Supporting the needs of named pupil/pupils who require help to overcome barriers to learning, managing the provision of support for students with special educational needs. You will be empathetic, believe in the value of education for all, and have a genuine wish to make a difference and support young people in achieving their potential.

West Norfolk Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Appointments are subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check with barred list.
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 but Exceptions Order may apply.

 

How to Apply

 For a job description, person specification and application form please see the attached additional documents.


To apply please complete the application form, please see the application guidance notes for more information and email this to: recruitment@westnorfolkacademiestrust.co.uk
Alternatively post your application to the HR Department, West Norfolk Academies Trust, c/o Springwood High School, Queensway, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 4AW.

Visits or an informal discussion are welcome following your application. To arrange, please call 01553 773393 or email recruitment@westnorfolkacademiestrust.co.uk.


Applications to be received by 08/07/2022 with interviews taking place shortly afterwards
We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier if a viable field is met prior to the published closing date. Please send your application to be received asap as interviews will be held as soon as we have a viable field.

 

Closing Date for Applications: 08-Jul-2022

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Employer Information

Employer Type
Secondary schools
Headteacher
Nigel Willingham
LEA/Region
Norfolk
NoR
606
Age Range
11-16
Address
Churchgate Way
Terrington St Clements
King's Lynn, Norfolk
Postcode
PE34 4LZ
Telephone
01553 828648
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Employer Details

St Clement's High School Wnat

A Secondary School of the West Norfolk Academies Trust

St Clements High School is a small and friendly oversubscribed school at the heart of its community. In January of 2017 the school was judged by Ofsted as 'Good' in all categories.
Teachers pride themselves on knowing the students as individuals and visitors frequently comment on the friendly, ordered atmosphere and the politeness of our students.
Our School has a strong focus on student achievement and progress. We want every student to have the best life chances possible and we know that this starts with a great set of qualifications.
The school is located in the village of Terrington St Clement which is approximately seven miles from the historic town of Kings Lynn, from where there are regular train links to London and Cambridge. The picturesque North Norfolk coastline is also within easy travelling distance.
We are part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust whose aim is to challenge and support a small group of schools to provide an excellent education for the young people of West Norfolk.
The Trust works in a supportive partnership with Primary and Secondary schools with each school maintaining their unique identity and ethos.
The schools work together to ensure maximum benefit for all students through economies of scale and shared resources.
The Trust clear strategic vision for the future is based around four key areas:
  • Maximising student achievement
  • Ensuring each student is engaged with the school
  • Ensuring our students have access to world class resources
  • Delivering outstanding teaching and learning