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Knockhall Primary School are seeking to appoint a Community Liaison Officer to join their team. The post is for 36 hours per week, 39 weeks of the year.
As a CLO you will have the important role of working with the school to strengthen effective relationships with families and the school as well as the wider community.
For the CLO no day is the same as you will be involved in:
You will be part of a happy and supportive team, in a lovely school with children and staff that share a love of learning.
All of our staff have access to an Employee Assistance Programme, pension scheme, 3 additional paid days off per year for well-being, staff recognition and rewards system, perfomance management and recognition as well as the opportunity to work as part of a collaborative Trust family with 3 other schools.
The Woodland Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and other employment checks.
The school is committed to equality and diversity in employment practice and service delivery.
For further information about the school please visit the school website: www.woodlandacademytrust.co.uk
Please note that two references are required for this post and must include your most recent employment as your first reference. It would be appreciated if applicants could include the email addresses for both referees within their application within the appropriate section.
At Knockhall Primary School, we are never satisfied with anything but the best for our children and we have them at the heart of everything we do. We foster a positive and caring ethos where every child can be happy, safe and able to learn well. We expect all children to:
Work hard to fulfil their potential and develop as confident independent learners. Make good or better progress as a result of consistently good teaching.
Be provided with a broad and relevant curriculum to ensure that they gain in confidence and develop the skills and knowledge required for the future.
To be the best they can possibly be.
Work confidently within a group, contribute their own ideas effectively and fully share individual and collective responsibility.
Be polite and respectful to others in action and words.
Respect the environment, equipment and other people’s ideas, beliefs and differences.
Tell the truth at all times and be fair and just.
Be proud of everything they do, have self-respect and a sense of personal worth.
Learn that initial failure is a learning experience that with perseverance and determination leads to future success.
We aim to inspire children to be the very best they can be and to ensure that they are well developed and responsible citizens of the future.
We are a strong and happy school community where all children are included and where all can take part.
Parents and Carers are the greatest influence on a child’s life and their life chances.
We work closely with all families and place a high value on that support to make sure that by working closely together every child is safe, secure and doing their very best.
Fax: (01322) 624 509
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