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We are seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant to assist in promoting the learning and personal development of the children and to enable them to make the best use of the educational opportunities available at St. Ethelbert’s. This will be as a class based teaching assistant.
Applicants must be able to support the Catholic life and ethos of the school, have good numeracy and literacy skills and/or an NVQ or equivalent related to the post. Experience of working with children is vital.
Applicants must believe in and model our values which are Faith, Humility, Truth, Forgiveness, Tolerance, Dignity, Service and Respect.
Visits to the school are encouraged prior to application. Please use the attached Catholic application form.
We are a warm and friendly Catholic Primary School with a strong, supportive and committed staff team.
We would encourage visits to the school prior to application.
St. Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery is committed to recruiting with care in order to safeguard the welfare of pupils. We expect all staff and volunteers to share that commitment. All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring service and check against the ISA Barred List for Children, plus verification of right to work in the UK
The position is for 28.75 hours per week for 38 weeks. 30 minutes lunch time supervision is included in the hours. KR3 pro rata full time equivalent.
8:45 start and 3:00 finish
St Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School is a one form entry school set in the heart of the Georgian town of Ramsgate, Kent, just a short walk from the beaches overlooking the English Channel. The school had its last Ofsted Inspection in June 2019 and is rated Good. Our staff and governors are hard-working, caring, supportive and friendly and the children are well behaved. With our church being on the school site we are building strong links with our local community. Our school motto is ‘Live, Love and Learn’. Children are encouraged to fulfil their potential through a creative curriculum that meets the needs of all pupils, develops independent and enquiry-based learning skills and offers appropriate challenges so that they achieve the highest possible standards in all areas of their lives.
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