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At Seal we feel we matter and are valued. Together we achieve and succeed.
We believe that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for all. We have developed an exciting, new and irresistible curriculum which promotes independence through purposeful learning experiences.
Over the last two years, we have been developing our Nurture Provision at Seal and now have an established Nurture Group running every afternoon. Due to the success of our current group, we are looking to extend our Nurture offer to an all-day provision.
We have an exciting opportunity for an HLTA to join our team and run the Nurture Provision under the guidance and support of the Inclusion Manager and other members of the SLT. Experience of running a Nurture Group is desirable, recent experience of supporting pupils social, emotional and mental health needs is vital.
Responsibilities will include; interpreting Boxall Profiles and setting targets for Nurture children, planning and delivering the Nurture and National Curriculum, liaising with parents/carers and class teachers and monitoring and tracking the progress of the Nurture children.
This position is initially a temporary contract from January 2019 to July 2019 but as an expanding and developing provision, there may be the opportunity to extend this further. Hours are 8:30 to 3:30 Monday to Friday and the position is paid at KR5.
In return, we offer a commitment to your professional development and a supportive and friendly team that work together towards the bright future of our amazing school.
Visits to the school are welcome.
Seal CE Primary are committed to the protection and safeguarding of children.
Seal Church of England Primary School is a growing village school in delightful rural surroundings, close to Sevenoaks. Seal federated with Four Elms Primary School last year creating The Inspire Federation.
We run a successful Forest School on site. We also have an all-day Nurture provision.
We value everyone’s skills and strengths and are fully inclusive.
We are very proud to have recently received our Gold Unicef UK Rights Respecting Schools Award.
Through an ethos with strong values, including: community, respect, independence, aspiration, perseverance and compassion, we encourage everyone to strive to achieve their potential.
There is strong staff team who are forward looking and highly motivated.
We have a rising roll which currently stands at 295.
Ofsted graded us as Good in February 2017.
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