Study Support Manager - Term Time

White Cliffs Primary College for the Arts, Dover

  • Ref:KCC886-2315-42S
  • Posted:17/07/2020
  • Pay:KR5
  • Start Date:TBA
  • App Close Date:07/09/2020 at 13:00
  • Interviews:15th September 2020

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for candidates looking to further their career in education. White Cliffs Primary School are looking to appoint 2 proactive, enthusiastic, inspirational and motivated individuals as Study Support Managers in both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

White Cliffs has a proven track record and an excellent reputation for developing staff at all levels. We offer incredible CPD and training opportunities at White Cliffs, Pebbles Nursery and throughout the Trust.  These posts would suit individuals that have a passion for working with children and who are looking for a stepping stone towards a future career in education. 

Our School is a highly rewarding place to work and shares a wonderful team spirit. Staff are passionate about realising the full potential of every child in our care. They are dedicated to achieving the highest possible standard.

The School is situated in the St. Radigund’s area of Dover. Overlooking the Coombe Valley, the school enjoys stunning views of Dover Castle and beautiful countryside.

We are a two-form entry primary school with the very popular Pebbles Nursery.

The school was inspected by Ofsted in January 2019 and was graded ‘Good’ with Early Years graded ‘Outstanding’.  Pebbles Nursery was graded as ‘Outstanding’ in February 2020.

Ofsted said:

Pupils and staff enjoy warm relationships.  Staff know pupils extremely well, helping to nurture and guide their development.  Interactions between pupils and adults are heartfelt and genuine.  In return, pupils treat the staff with the utmost respect.  Pupils flourish within this trusting and caring environment.’ 

The successful candidates should be educated to A level or equivalent and must have a minimum of 5 GCSE’s at grade C/4 (or equivalent), including Mathematics and English. Certificates will need to be shown at interview upon appointment.  This position is for a total of 32.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year + 5 development days, initially on a fixed term contract to 31 August 2021.

Salary: Kent Range 5, starting salary £19,335 (pro rata). The pro rata equates to approximately £14,377.71 per annum inclusive of annual leave entitlement.  Annual leave is not to be taken during term time.

It is strongly recommended that you come for an informal visit of the school.  If you would like to visit the school in September prior to application, please contact Ms S Watson on 01304 206174, who will arrange for you to visit us and meet our children and staff.

Please complete the application form and email to: paprincipal@wcliffs.dfamat.com or download and post to Ms S Watson, PA to Principal, White Cliffs Primary College for the Arts, St Radigund’s Road, Dover CT17 0LB.  Telephone: 01304 206174.  References will be requested prior to interview.

Information about the school

White Cliffs Primary School is a happy and highly rewarding place to work and learn and shares a wonderful team spirit. Staff are passionate about realising the full potential of every child in our care. They are dedicated to achieving the highest possible standard.

White Cliffs has a proven track record and an excellent reputation for developing staff at all levels. We offer incredible CPD and training opportunities at White Cliffs, Pebbles Nursery and throughout the Trust.

The school is situated in the St. Radigund’s area of Dover. Overlooking the Coombe Valley, the school enjoys stunning views of Dover Castle and beautiful countryside.

We are a two-form entry primary school with the very popular Pebbles Nursery.

Outstanding provision for child and family welfare and well-being permeates the ethos of the school. The school was inspected by Ofsted in January 2019 and was graded ‘Good’ with Early Years graded ‘Outstanding.’

Ofsted said: ‘Pupils and staff enjoy warm relationships. Staff know pupils extremely well, helping to nurture and guide their development. Interactions between pupils and adults are heartfelt and genuine. In return, pupils treat the staff with the utmost respect. Pupils flourish within this trusting and caring environment.’

Our creative curriculum is enhanced by a wide variety of extracurricular clubs and activities offered throughout the year which include sports clubs, craft, arts, dance, gardening and puzzle club. We also run a very popular Breakfast Club and Care After School Hours (CAST) facility.

Our children enjoy coming to school and are proud of their school community. They uphold our school ethos to ‘work hard, behave well and care for one another.’

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