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We are looking for applicants with experience in working with children and who are willing to promote our Christian ethos with a caring and positive outlook. Successful candidates will have the ability to use their initiative, have excellent interpersonal skills and show they can work with a variety of children in different Key Stages and alongside other staff both in and out of the classroom.
There are various roles available with hours ranging from 10.5hrs to 27hrs per week, term time only, at pro rata KR3 (£17,365 -17,411). This will include at least one lunch cover.
For an application pack, including application form, please follow the link on our school website www.stmargaretclitherowschool.org.uk
The closing date is Monday 24 February 2020. Interviews will take place shortly afterwards. We shall only contact those applicants who are shortlisted and invited to an interview.
St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be asked for two references and be subject to a DBS check, health questionnaire, plus verification of the right to work in the UK.
St Margaret Clitherow is a Catholic primary school with 392 pupils on roll. It is situated on the northern edge of Tonbridge. The catchment area consists of Tonbridge, Southborough, Hidenborough, Paddock Wood and surrounding villages.
In August 2014 it became an academy as part of the Kent Catholic Schools Partnership - a multi academy trust. From September 2018 the school has entered into a shared leadership model with St Margaret Clitherow, St Augustine's, Tunbridge Wells and the KCSP Teaching School Alliance. Annemarie Whittle is the Executive Principal and Caroline Ryan the Academy Principal.
There are 14 class bases - 2 in Early Years and mixed age classes in KS1 (4 class bases), LKS2 (4 class bases) and UKS2 (4 class bases) as well as a school hall, library and sanctuary area.
Children in the Foundation Stage are taught in small groups by members of the Early Years Team, in KS1 and KS2 children are often taught in class or year groups but also in ability groups for Core subjects. There is an extra part time teacher in each phase group in the mornings.
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