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2019 - Spring - Issue 10

Newsletter NEWHAM PARTNERSHIP WORKING

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Guest Editorial

Giving young people a voice in the conversation about knife crime

Vacancies

Vacancies P. 26 - 55

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Training Course Spotlights

COSHH Awareness

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Guest Editorial Matthew Beer, Votes for Schools

Giving young people a voice in the conversation about knife crime Prior to VotesforSchools, Matt was a secondary school Maths teacher and Head of Year in

Essex. Now the CEO of VotesforSchools, he has oversight of the business operations and strategic development of the company.

Listening and learning from young people

VotesforSchools exists to get students voting and expressing opinions on issues that matter to the community. For instance, do you think your students would want police to spend more time in your school? 65% of the

Matthew Beer - CEO of Votes for Schools

Primary pupils we asked thought so3. Some Secondary students also told us that they felt too scared to tell the

‘ ...the most crucial step

event this month at Newham Sixth

police anything. Now we know that,

is...finding out what

Form College, one student summed

we can encourage those schools to

up the general sentiment of his

build closer relationships with the

peers, claiming he feels he is ‘living

local authorities.

students really think about the problem and getting them to open up’

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on the edge’ . When we first looked at violent crime, I came out of teaching and built

we asked young people whether they

VotesforSchools to help students feel

were concerned about the number of

able to discuss and interrogate critical

police on the streets and we received

issues such as the current knife crime

a startling response: 74% of

This month, the chair of the National

epidemic. And now as I work with

Secondary students and 73% of Key

Police Chiefs’ Council, Sara Thornton,

schools, I have found that the most

Stage 2 pupils felt that there were

declared that the prevalence of knife

crucial step when it comes to making

fewer police officers on the streets

crime has become a national

progress on topics like knife crime is

this was causing an increase in

emergency . This is nothing new to

finding out what students really think

violent crime. Many then wrote to us

the young people of Newham, many

about the problem and getting them

saying that they were worried about

of whom have been affected by gang

to open up.

this issue. We have given these

A national emergency

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violence throughout their youth, and

responses to the MET police force so

who continue to worry for their own

that they can respond accordingly.

safety. At a Knife Crime Awareness

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Guest Editorial Matthew Beer, Votes for Schools

Resources to help your students

Get in touch!

about what leads people to join

With knife crime such a pertinent and

In order to do this topic justice, we

gangs? Do they need to talk about

devastating issue in the Newham

need to hear from teachers in

protecting themselves? Is it most

community, the VotesforSchools team

Newham. Over the next couple of

important to look at where they can

have decided to produce a set of

weeks, we are going to start making

go for help?

resources for all schools in the area

the lessons on knife crime for schools

to educate students about the facts

but in order to do so, we need to

You now have the opportunity to help

and to allow teachers to feel

hear your thoughts: w hat do you

us shape these lessons for your

confident having these discussions

believe is the most vital aspect of

students, so please email us or ring

with their classes. We are also going

knife crime or gang violence to cover

the team to tell us w hat you

to hold an area-wide vote for a week

with students? Do they need to talk

think we can do in order to make the

after the Easter holidays

greatest impact. See the box

where students can go

for contact details.

online to express their opinions on this debate. The results will then be shared with the schools in the area.

The VotesforSchools programme The VotesforSchools programme itself runs

Not only will this provide an opportunity for students to learn more about the dangers of gang affiliation and knife crime, but it will

also allow the education community to have a joint

throughout the school year and covers topics ranging from homophobia to how social media might affect a young person’s mental health. When you sign up, you will receive weekly

discussion. In April, we will

lessons on issues in the

provide these lessons to all

news which your students

schools and encourage

can vote on and you will

students to debate them in the same week. As a result, you will be able to talk to feeder or neighbouring schools about the exact same issue and what their students

have told them compared to yours.

receive evidence and support in covering the new Ofsted Inspection Framework. If you would like find out more about VotesforSchools or the upcoming event with NPW/ The Education Space, please contact newsletter@npw.uk.com

1. Guardian article, Quote, Sara Thornton, 6 March 19, https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/mar/06/police-chief-says-rise-in-knife-crime-inengland-is-national-emergency 2. BBC Article, Quote, Anonymous, 16 March 19, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-47582713 3. VotesforSchools data, National survey on police in schools, September 2018 4. VotesforSchools data, National survey on police in schools, April 2018

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Training Course Spotlights View the full range of NPW Training Courses here.

NEW Accredited: QA Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH Awareness (RQF) In partnership with Strong Roots Training we are pleased to deliver this new ½ day COSSH Awareness training. This is a must for all staff with a responsibility for storing, using, handling or transporting hazardous substances or biological agents or for those overseeing staff and contractors with this responsibility.  What is COSHH and how to implement COSHH Regulations  What is a hazardous substance / biological agent  The risks and damage caused by exposure  How to avoid exposure through safe handling and storage  Procedure if contamination occurs  Assessing and creating action plans

Date Wednesday, 3 April 2019 Thursday, 27 June 2019 Time 09:00 to 12:00 noon (please arrive 08:45 for registration) Venue NPW Offices, Francis House, 760 Barking Road, Plaistow, London E13 9PJ Cost £93 (plus VAT) members / £103 (plus VAT) nonmembers. Please note there is a no-show/late cancellation charge (less than 48 hours)

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Training Course Spotlights View the full range of NPW Training Courses here.

New Combined First Aid at Work plus Paediatric First Aid Training (3 Days) QA Level 3 (RQF) Combining the Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work and the Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid into 3 extended days of classroom learning, this specially designed course provides Learners with all of the skills and knowledge needed to provide both adult and paediatric first aid, whilst

minimising the number of training days required to achieve both qualifications and with the added benefit of a cost saving. Streamlined perfectly to avoid the duplication of topics associated with attending both the First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid courses separately, the Combined First

Date Monday, 29 April - Wednesday 1 May 2019 Wednesday, 5 to Friday, 7 June 2019 Monday, 1 July to Wednesday 3 July 2019 Time 09:00 to 17:00 (Please arrive at 08:50 for registration) Venue NPW Offices, Francis House, 760 Barking Road, Plaistow, London, E13 9PJ Cost ÂŁ293 (plus VAT) Members / ÂŁ308 (plus VAT) Non Members. Lunch and refreshments included.

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Vacancies

Headteacher Central Park Primary School Headteacher of Central Park Primary (Part of CPD Schools Federation) Required September 2019 Salary: L25 – L31 (£79,675 - £91,089) Contract type: Full Time Contract term: Permanent Having recently formed a Federation with another Newham school (Dersingham Primary), Central Park is looking to appoint an ambitious and devoted Headteacher for September 2019 with high expectations, a track record of successful leadership, vision and commitment to further strengthen our school and achievements. The post will involve working closely with the Headteacher of Dersingham and Executive Headteacher of the Federation. Central Park Primary is a large, vibrant 4 form entry school in Newham that serves a culturally and ethnically diverse community in East London. Our latest Ofsted inspection in January 2018 graded Central Park as a Good school. There is an emphasis on the continued development in not just the core academic subjects but also in the foundation curriculum. Children develop and foster good social, moral and personal skills through positive staff role models. Pupils at Central Park make very good progress and there are good provisions for pupil welfare, support and guidance throughout the school.

ensure the best possible outcomes for every child in the school. Applications are welcomed from existing Headteachers and those with extensive experience of leading a school.

Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 1 April 2019 Shortlisting: Friday 5 April 2019 Interviews: Friday 26 April 2019

The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the We are looking for someone who: welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to • Is an outstanding, dynamic leader with an excellent understanding of how share this commitment. Successful children learn. applicants will be required to hold an enhanced DBS disclosure. • Has a proven track record of effective leadership in raising standards and the leadership of staff across the school. • Will be committed and relentless in pursuit of excellence and have a vision for education, with the strategic leadership and communication skills needed to deliver this. • Has a commitment to working strategically, leading the Leadership Team, colleagues and parents. • Will build on our ethos of inspiring children for exciting futures. We can offer: • Well-behaved, enthusiastic and hardworking children, with committed parents and ambitious Governors.

• A talented and hardworking school team, committed to providing a strong curriculum to develop the whole child and striving towards outstanding. • Support from our Executive Head Teacher and our other partner school. We encourage you to visit Central Park Primary School so that you can see our wonderful facilities and our enthusiastic and creative pupils. To arrange a visit, please call Alix Williams (PA to Executive Team) on 0208 472 5588, or email alix.williams@centralpark.newha m.sch.uk

We believe Central Park has many special attributes and are seeking a Headteacher who will reinforce these, and who can inspire children, staff, Please APPLY HERE. parents and governors and motivate them to achieve outstanding status and

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Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs— salary:MPS (Inner London

learning and to inspire others; and ● Be resilient, with a desire to progress.

We can offer the right candidate: excellent CPD and professional development opportunities including Portway Primary School pathways into furthering your school REQUIRED BY - by September 2019 (or leadership within a vibrant, friendly and dedicated school community. earlier if available) LOCATED AT – Portway Primary School, which is part of the Leading Learning Trust.; Head teacher – Jacqui Waine; Executive Head teacher – Emma Nicholls Please visit our website for further information about Portway Primary School. We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated NQTs to fill these permanent, full time roles who are able to: ● Model and deliver high quality teaching to secure pupil outcomes; ● Value professional development and be enthusiastic about taking risks; ● Implement creative approaches to

Class Teacher Portway Primary School Job starts: As soon as possible Salary: MPS/UPS for suitable candidate (Inner London) Contract type: Full time Contract term: Permanent LEARNING FOR ALL! We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated class teacher to join our dynamic staff team. This role is suitable for NQTs. We can offer you: • Quality first professional development; • Curious children, who love learning; • A supportive, forward thinking, and dedicated team of colleagues; • An energetic and sociable environment to work and play! We welcome applications from experienced teachers or NQTs who will: • Model and disseminate high quality

Closing date 22 April 2019 Interviews will take place during the week commencing: To be confirmed

contact our school office on 020 8472 7142 or email us at hr.portway@leadinglearningtrust.org. APPLY HERE. Equal Opportunities The Leading Learning Trust has a strong commitment to achieving equality of opportunity in both services to the community and the employment of people and expects all employees to understand and promote its policies in their work.

Successful candidates will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the DBS. Further information about the disclosure can be found at www.crb.gov.uk and in the recruitment pack. We are fully committed to safeguarding children. Portway is a large, inclusive school for children aged 3 to 11. Our school is part of the Leading Learning Trust. There are 670 pupils on roll including part-time nursery pupils. Visits to our school are encouraged and are most welcome. To arrange a visit, please

teaching to secure pupil outcomes; • Value professional development and be enthusiastic about taking risks; • Implement creative approaches to learning and to inspire others; • Be resilient, with a desire to progress within a school leadership role. Visits to the school are essential. To arrange a visit please contact a member of the Leadership Team on 020 8472 7142, or email us at hr.portway@leadinglearningtrust.org

welfare of children and expect all our staff to share this commitment. All staff are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check as well as qualifications and reference checks. A disqualification declaration questionnaire maybe required for this post. NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools

Leadership Team: Jacqui Waine – Head teacher Scott Chudley -Deputy Head teacher Further information about our school can be found on our website - http:// portway.leadinglearningtrust.org Please APPLY HERE. Closing Date: On-going Interviews: Candidates will be contacted as and when Portway Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the

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Teacher Park Primary School We seek to appoint a highly motivated and caring teacher who is: ● an excellent practitioner, facilitator and learner; ● committed to providing an ‘irresistible’ learning experience for our children; ● passionate; ● ambitious for all; ● an emotionally intelligent team player; ● ready to lead an area/ subject.

Visits to the school are strongly recommended; it is important to us that you perceive Park to be a place where you could be happy in your work. We are a values-driven organisation; buy-in and exemplification of our values is an imperative part of our recruitment process.

Interviews and selection process: Thursday 4th April 2019 The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.

Please contact the School Office on 020 8534 4065 or email the Head Teacher directly at natasha.ttoffali@park.newham.sch.uk . Please visit www.park.newham.sch.uk for further information about us: our ethos and our values.

The successful candidate will be: professional; reflective and flexible in approach; innovative and creative; caring and committed; driven and take pride in all that they do.

Please APPLY HERE.

Class Teacher

· have a sense of humour and see the safeguarding and promoting the funny side of hard work and monitoring welfare of children and young cycles. persons. This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure from the In return for your commitment and Disclosure and Barring Service and enthusiasm, we can offer the suitable references along with other opportunity to work alongside a essential checks. talented team of leaders, teachers, teaching assistants, governors as well Closing Date: 28 March 2019 as supportive parents and children. Interviews: on an ongoing basis Brampton Primary is a popular, Please APPLY HERE. successful and inclusive four-form school set in East Ham. Our children 020 8472 0830 are well-behaved and hard work. We info@brampton.newham.sch.uk pride ourselves on being the hub of a diverse local community and we have built excellent relationships with parents and carers. In our most recent Ofsted inspection in November 2011 we were judged to be outstanding, which is where we aspire to stay.

Brampton Primary School Class teacher required for April 2019 start if possible We are seeking to appoint a full-time KS2 teacher. You will: · be somebody who sparkles brightly and relishes the opportunity to work with amazing children, parents and colleagues, · plan and deliver exciting, interesting and challenging lessons that make our children look forward to every day at school, · be able to inspire and motivate children and promote the importance of having a growth mindset

Closing date: Thursday 28th March 2019 Shortlisting : Friday 29th March 2019

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and · be able to read, spell, write, add, take the successful candidates will undergo -away, divide and multiply with full DBS checks. confidence and accuracy Informal visits are encouraged and · be a team player who works for the welcomed and can be arranged by greater good of the whole school contacting Julie Ammi on the number community, below. Brampton Primary School and all its personnel are committed to

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Deputy Head Teacher

Alliance.

The successful candidate will: Be a practicing Catholic, with a clear vision and belief in Catholic Education. Group 3, NOR 472 Be committed to ensuring that every Salary: Leadership Group Scale: 9-13 child has the best outcomes achievable from their education. £55,411 - £60,376 Have the ability to continue the St Edward’s is a vibrant, multi-cultural strategic development of the school Teaching School with a strong Catholic and Teaching School. Have a commitment to working ethos embedded in all we do. We are collaboratively with colleagues, parents proud of our positive, caring atmosphere and strong commitment to and governors. Have the ability to inspire the very best learning, inclusion and the arts. We learning and teaching through have a reputation for creating a exemplar classroom practice and visually stimulating learning subject knowledge. environment to which all staff Be an excellent communicator. contribute. As a Teaching School, we work closely with an alliance to support Have excellent mentoring skills. Have a proactive ‘’can do’’ approach to other schools within Newham, tasks. neighbouring Local Authorities and Have a vocational attitude to work. across the Diocese of Brentwood.

St Edward’s Catholic School

aspirational and enthusiastic about their learning. Supportive parents, governors and parish community. Effective professional development to support you on your path to headship. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to become part of a successful and highly motivated team. We welcome visits from applicants. Please contact the school by telephone or email to arrange an appointment with Christopher Mabey– Headteacher please APPLY HERE.

Closing date:Friday 26 April 2019 Shortlisting date: Monday 29 April 2019 Interview date: Monday 20 May 2019 The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.

The governors of St Edward’s are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and inspirational Deputy Head, who is a practicing Catholic; has a passion for teaching and learning plus be able to further develop our Teaching School

We can offer you: An ‘outstanding’ school with a reputed history for excellence. A strong SLT, plus a friendly, committed and dedicated staff team. Children who are motivated,

KS2 Primary Teacher

Our ideal candidate will:

Interview: Ongoing

Grange Primary School

be a highly effective primary teacher with a focus on achieving excellent pupil attainment

Salary: MPS (Inner London)

KS2 Primary Teacher with responsibility be highly skilled at delivering numeracy for leading the curriculum and literacy A unique opportunity to join a passionate team of staff in a good and have the resolve and enthusiasm to make a real difference to the lives of growing Primary School pupils Grange is a small one form of entry be committed to an ethos of high inclusive school where every child is valued and supported to achieve their expectations and a growth mind-set best. If you share our commitment to providing a good learning environment, Grange was judged Good in its last then we look forward to hearing from Ofsted inspection (November 2017) you. We are looking for an inspirational Visits to the school are warmly Primary practitioner with KS2 experience to join the staff team from welcomed. Please contact the Headteacher’s PA, Fran John–Lewis on September 2019. 020 7476 5146 for further details or to You will be responsible for delivering arrange a visit. enriched teaching and learning to all For an application form and further pupils, helping them to achieve the details please APPLY HERE best they can. The successful

Start date: September 2019 If you have any queries regarding your application, please contact the recruitment team on 020 8249 6900 or enquiries@npw.so Grange Primary School is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check.

candidate will act as a role model to Deadline: Ongoing pupils and will strive to inspire a love of Shortlisting: Ongoing learning in all.

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Assistant Headteacher & Exemplary Lead Learner

● an aspirational, caring and popular happy in your work. learning environment with happy, enthusiastic We are a values-driven organisation; children; friendly, conscientious staff; a buy-in and exemplification of our Park Primary School truly supportive community and a values is an imperative governing part of our recruitment process. Please Required Sept. 2019 Salary L7 - L11 board which fulfills its responsibility visit: www.park.newham.sch.uk for readily. further We are looking to recruit an Assistant information about us: our ethos and Head Teacher who will be responsible About you, we seek to appoint a highly our values. for standards in motivated leader of children's & adult their phase. In preparation for a learning who is: Please contact the School Office on 020 strategic whole school future, for you, 8534 4065 or email the Head Teacher we are deliberately ● the personification of an excellent directly at non-phase specific and will expect the practitioner and is a great facilitator natasha.ttoffali@park.newham.sch.uk successful candidate to be credible and learner; wherever they are ● evidently committed to providing an placed. The successful applicant will be Closing date: Thursday 28th ‘irresistible’ learning experience for our March 2019 astute at using all aspects of data to children; Shortlisting : Friday 29th March 2019 drive ● positively passionate; improvement and will have a deep and ● consistently ambitious for all: staff, Interviews and selection process: research-informed understanding of community and children equally; Wednesday 3rd April 2019 what makes ● an emotionally-intelligent team excellent learning and teaching. player; Please APPLY HERE. Additionally, you will have a proven ● professional at all times; track record of working ● reflective and flexible in approach; The schools in Newham are committed with colleagues successfully to ● innovative and creative as well as to safeguarding and promoting the implement evaluation-driven change. caring and committed; welfare and equal ● driven and takes pride in all that they About us, Park Primary School is: opportunities of all children and young do. people and expect all staff to share this ● an exciting and creative place to commitment. Visits to the school are strongly learn and work and that is testament recommended ; it is important to us to the that you perceive Park atmosphere created by all. to be a place where you could be

Teachers Tollgate Primary School Tollgate Primary School is part of the Boleyn Trust and we are an ambitious group of schools who deliver the highest outcomes for pupils using innovative forward thinking.

a real difference to children’s life chances. · Well-being support Come and join our supportive and friendly team on this exciting journey. Arrange a visit to any of our schools and meet with a leadership team member to discuss the exciting opportunities available.

Interviews and Teaching Observations: Week commencing Monday 20th May 2019 The Boleyn Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Following a new extension to the school site, we are growing to a 3-form Please apply directly to Tollgate entry school and are looking to recruit Primary School for an application form NQT’S, KS1 and KS2 teachers for and further information. September 2019. Contact Emma O’ Connor – Head · All our staff are well supported Teacher Or Amy Gwillim – Office through top quality CPD Manager · There are rapid promotion prospects amy.gwillim@tollgate.boleyntrust.org available based on commitment and Closing date: Monday 29th April impact on school improvement. 2019 · We seek staff with resilience, determination and enthusiasm to make

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Teacher of Mandarin Lister Community School An exceptional school: Our vision is a world class education for young people in Newham. Lister is an 11-16 comprehensive school at the heart of its community. Recognised as one of the most improved schools in the country (DfE, January 2014) this is reflected in our sustained drive to become an Outstanding school with our Progress 8 at +0.27 and our Progress 8 for disadvantaged students in the top 20% of all schools nationally. In our December 2018 Ofsted the inspectors found that the school has maintained the good quality of education and ‘made strong progress in many aspects of the school’s provision‘ since our last inspection in September 2013. Our many strengths are highlighted, including how students are‘courteous and articulate’ and ‘say they enjoy school and value the wide range of opportunities they are given’. We are very proud that the report recognises our high aspirations, the hard work and good behaviour of our students, and the dedication and commitment of our staff. The school benefits from a range of external partnerships including becoming the first partner school in the Music in Secondary Schools Trust, supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Music Foundation and the Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This appointment will be conditional on successful preemployment and enhanced DBS checks. TEACHER OF MANDARIN

Classroom Teachers Main Payscale (Inner London)

process.

Required September 2019 (NQTs can apply) As part of our continued focus on student progress and engagement, we are seeking to appoint a dynamic Teacher of Mandarin to join our dedicated Modern Foreign Languages Faculty. We are looking for a teacher whose practice has the potential to be outstanding, and who is committed to student engagement in learning Languages. The ability to teach Mandarin to GCSE standard is essential The ability to teach the Mandarin Excellence Programme is desirable. You will also need to demonstrate confidence, strong interpersonal skills and flexibility, and to be able to work well as part of a team to raise the profile of Languages and the attainment of students. If you think you have the potential to work as an outstanding Teacher of Mandarin then an application form can be downloaded directly from our school’s website at: http:// www.lister.newham.sch.uk/ vacancies/ or by contacting Jackie Young, HR Manager on 020 8471 3311. Completed applications must be returned by email to: Jobs@lister.newham.sch.uk Applications are required by: 9.00am on Monday, 25th March 2019 Interviews: TBC We will acknowledge receipt of all application forms. If you do not receive acknowledgement, please do not assume that your application has been received. Due to high volume of applicants, we will only contact those candidates who have been selected to progress to the next stage of the

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Teacher of Music

HEAD OF PE AND DANCE FACULTY

Interviews: Wednesday, 3rd April 2019

Salary: Classroom Teacher’s Pay Scale, plus TLR 1B (£9,661 per annum) We will acknowledge receipt of all application forms. If you do not receive The chance to develop: The successful An exceptional school: Our vision is a acknowledgement, please do not world class education for young people applicant will be an excellent PE assume that your application has been teacher who has the ability to think in Newham. Lister is an 11-16 received. Due to high volume of strategically, analytically and creatively. comprehensive school at the heart of applicants, we will only contact those An integral part of the role requires its community. Recognised as one of candidates who have been selected to first rate organisational skills in the most improved schools in the progress to the next stage of the addition to the ability to prioritise work. country (DfE, January 2014) this is process. They must be committed to further reflected in our sustained drive to expanding the range of sports, clubs become an Outstanding school with and fixtures offered as part of the our Progress 8 at +0.27 and our Progress 8 for disadvantaged students team’s extra-curricular programme with the aim of maximising student in the top 20% of all schools participation and enjoyment across all nationally. year groups. In our December 2018 Ofsted the All students have core PE through to inspectors found that the school has the end of Year 11. In addition, a maintained the good quality of education and ‘made strong progress significant number of Lower School students are able to study specialised in many aspects of the school’s Sports or Dance as part of their provision‘ since our last inspection in mainstream curriculum. In the Upper September 2013. Our many strengths are highlighted, including how students School students have the opportunity to study GCSE PE, GCSE Dance & the are‘courteous and articulate’ and ‘say NCFE Level 2 Health & Fitness they enjoy school and value the wide qualification. range of opportunities they are given’. We are very proud that the If appointed, you will have the report recognises our high aspirations, opportunity to work alongside other the hard work and good behaviour of senior middle leaders who have high our students, and the dedication and expectations and to engage with a commitment of our staff. broad range of exceptional CPL tailored

Lister Community School

The school benefits from a range of external partnerships including becoming the first partner school in the Music in Secondary Schools Trust, supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Music Foundation and the Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This appointment will be conditional on successful preemployment and enhanced DBS checks.

to your own professional development needs.

If you think you have the potential to work as an outstanding Head of PE & Dance Faculty then an application form can be downloaded directly from our school’s website at: http:// www.lister.newham.sch.uk/ vacancies/ or by contacting Jackie Young (HR Manager) on 020 8471 3311. Completed applications must be returned to the school at the above address, or by email to: jobs@lister.newham.sch.uk

Required for September 2019 – subject Applications are required by 9.00 to successful completion of recruitment am on Friday, 29th March 2019 checks.

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Head of PE & Dance Faculty Lister Community School An exceptional school: Our vision is a world class education for young people in Newham. Lister is an 11-16 comprehensive school at the heart of its community. Recognised as one of the most improved schools in the country (DfE, January 2014) this is reflected in our sustained drive to become an Outstanding school with our Progress 8 at +0.27 and our Progress 8 for disadvantaged students in the top 20% of all schools nationally. In our December 2018 Ofsted the inspectors found that the school has maintained the good quality of education and ‘made strong progress in many aspects of the school’s provision‘ since our last inspection in September 2013. Our many strengths are highlighted, including how students are‘courteous and articulate’ and ‘say they enjoy school and value the wide range of opportunities they are given’. We are very proud that the report recognises our high aspirations, the hard work and good behaviour of our students, and the dedication and commitment of our staff.

Required for September 2019 – subject address, or by email to successful completion of recruitment to: jobs@lister.newham.sch.uk checks. Applications are required by 9.00 HEAD OF PE AND DANCE FACULTY am on Friday, 29th March 2019 Salary: Classroom Teacher’s Pay Interviews: Wednesday, 3rd April Scale, plus TLR 1B (£9,661 per annum) 2019 The chance to develop: The successful applicant will be an excellent PE teacher who has the ability to think strategically, analytically and creatively. An integral part of the role requires first rate organisational skills in addition to the ability to prioritise work. They must be committed to further expanding the range of sports, clubs and fixtures offered as part of the team’s extra-curricular programme with the aim of maximising student participation and enjoyment across all year groups.

We will acknowledge receipt of all application forms. If you do not receive acknowledgement, please do not assume that your application has been received. Due to high volume of applicants, we will only contact those candidates who have been selected to progress to the next stage of the process.

All students have core PE through to the end of Year 11. In addition, a significant number of Lower School students are able to study specialised Sports or Dance as part of their mainstream curriculum. In the Upper School students have the opportunity to study GCSE PE, GCSE Dance & the NCFE Level 2 Health & Fitness qualification.

If appointed, you will have the opportunity to work alongside other senior middle leaders who have high expectations and to engage with a The school benefits from a range of broad range of exceptional CPL tailored external partnerships including becoming the first partner school in the to your own professional development needs. Music in Secondary Schools Trust, supported by the Andrew Lloyd If you think you have the potential to Webber Music Foundation and the work as an outstanding Head of PE & Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust. Dance Faculty then an application form The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This appointment will be conditional on successful preemployment and enhanced DBS checks.

can be downloaded directly from our school’s website at: http:// www.lister.newham.sch.uk/ vacancies/ or by contacting Jackie Young (HR Manager) on 020 8471 3311. Completed applications must be returned to the school at the above

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Primary Teacher

Our ideal candidate will:

Interview: Ongoing

Grange Primary School

be a highly effective primary teacher with a focus on achieving excellent pupil attainment

Salary: MPS (Inner London) with TLR for leading a core subject

Primary Teacher with TLR for leading a be highly skilled at delivering numeracy core subject and literacy A unique opportunity to join a passionate team of staff in a good and have the resolve and enthusiasm to make a real difference to the lives of growing Primary School pupils Grange is a small one form of entry be committed to an ethos of high inclusive school where every child is valued and supported to achieve their expectations and a growth mind-set best. If you share our commitment to Grange was judged Good in its last Ofsted inspection (November 2017) We are looking for an inspirational Primary practitioner with KS2 experience to join the staff team from September 2019.

providing a good learning environment, then we look forward to hearing from you.

Start date: September 2019 If you have any queries regarding your application, please contact the recruitment team on 020 8249 6900 or enquiries@npw.so Grange Primary School is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. Please contact the Headteacher’s PA, Fran John–Lewis on 020 7476 5146 for further details or to arrange a visit.

You will be responsible for delivering enriched teaching and learning to all For an application form and further pupils, helping them to achieve the details please APPLY HERE. best they can. The successful candidate will act as a role model to Deadline: Ongoing pupils and will strive to inspire a love of Shortlisting: Ongoing learning in all.

Main Scale Teacher William Davies Primary School Stafford Road London E7 8NL tel: 020 8472 3864 fax: 020 7345 1877 E-mail: info@williamdavies.newham.sch.uk www.williamdavies.newham.sch.uk Ms S. Norris Headteacher Main scale teacher (Opportunity of subject leadership for the right candidate) Required: September 2019 or asap This is a rare opportunity to join this friendly and successful school. We are a forward-thinking, one-form entry primary and very much part of the community where parents and staff share the same high expectations. We are looking for a teacher who shares our drive for raising standards

and loves teaching. The behaviour of the children is excellent, enabling teachers to focus on learning. There are strong structures in place to ensure you are well supported in planning and assessment. We offer excellent CPD opportunities enabling you to grow and develop. We are committed to staff well-being and promote a healthy work/life balance. We have a great physical environment including a staff garden, a car park and light spacious classrooms. As a staff member, you have access to fitness classes in school, an annual health check and personal postal deliveries are accepted.

● is an excellent, reflective classroom practitioner; ● is keen to teach across the three key stages; ● works well as part of a team; ● can develop strong relationships with parents, carers and other stakeholders. This post is suitable for an NQT or early career teacher. Please APPLY HERE. Closing Date: Friday 30th April 2019 5pm

If successful, you will join a school with ethical leadership where staff, children and parents work successfully together and enjoy being here. Our vision for children and staff: Safe, Happy, Challenged, Memories Made! We are looking for someone who:

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Teacher of Science Little Ilford School Headteacher – Ian Wilson Learning Together, Achieving Together, Succeeding Together REQUIRED FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 (or June if possible) Mainscale Teacher of Science This is a fantastic opportunity to teach in a well led, collaborative and supportive science faculty. Little Ilford is a friendly, inclusive and oversubscribed school in Newham making a big difference to the lives of our diverse student community. We have a strong reputation and high expectations of both students and staff and consider this to be an exciting place to work and develop, where creativity and innovation are nurtured. Our targets for attainment and progress are challenging, but staff have the focus and determination to realise them for the benefit of our students. We really know our students, and focus on them as individuals. Pastoral systems are strong and we value a curriculum offer and activities that educate the whole child. As a school we are absolutely committed to ensuring that all staff have access to comprehensive professional development and have developed an exciting and impactful programme designed to offer training that makes a real difference. We value a good home/work balance and do what we can to support our staff in this respect.

teacher who has exceptional subject knowledge to join our energetic and dynamic team. You will work in the science team ensuring that the quality of teaching and learning in your science lessons is outstanding, keeping up to date with curricular developments and helping to ensure that the science is popular and successful within the curriculum. You will engage and inspire our students in the subject, allowing them to make outstanding progress and achieve strong results. We will support and develop you to become an outstanding teacher and provide working partnership opportunities with other schools and departments. We are an aspirational, reflective and creative learning community where all adults are learners who take risks in order to achieve excellent results for our students.

To apply, obtain further information or for an informal discussion please contact Mehz Karim on 020 8928 3548 /email m.karim@littleilford.org There is no closing date for applications - we will shortlist as soon as we have a strong field. Little Ilford School, Rectory Road, Manor Park, London E12 6JB The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful candidates.

We look forward to your application. To apply, obtain further information or for an informal discussion please contact Mehz Karim on 020 8928 3548 /email m.karim@littleilford.org There is no closing date for applications - we will shortlist as soon as we have a strong field. Little Ilford School, Rectory Road, Manor Park, London E12 6JB The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful candidates.

We are looking for a committed, enthusiastic and high calibre science

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Class Teachers

A growth mindset

Woodgrange Infant School Sebert Road

A passion for learning and a thorough understanding of how young children learn through play and exploration

London E7 0NJ

A strongly inclusive approach

020 8534 2120 info@woodgrange.newham.sch.uk

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Teaching opportunities September 2019

A commitment to a close partnership with parents and the wider community

Permanent Full time Class Teachers

We can offer

Salary: according to experience.

Excellent professional development and the room to explore and develop your Closing date: 28/06/2019 teaching

Post open to NQTs Whether you are starting out or considering your next career step we may be the school for you! Please look at our website to see what you think. We have a commitment to playful learning throughout our school. We have no scripts or schemes of work for you to follow. We want creative teachers who are committed to developing their craft. You must have:

Wonderful pupils and parents

Visits to the school are essential

Main Scale Teachers

Visits to the school are welcomed. Please contact the school for further details or to arrange a visit.

Manor Park

Shortlisted applicants will be notified as to when interviews will take place.

London E12 6AR

Headteacher: Mrs H. Nazif

Telephone: 020 8553 56 82

The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Main Scale Teachers Required: September 2019

NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools

Plentiful resources and a pleasant working environment

Energy and enthusiasm

Email: info@avenue.newham.sch.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance.

Senior Leaders who listen and have realistic expectations of workload whilst still challenging you to be a fantastic teacher

A strong staff team and committed Governors

Meanley Road

Interviews to be arranged as suits

A full NQT package with high quality induction through LETTA

QTS

Avenue Primary School

Please call Sarah Soyler, Headteacher to arrange a time.

Closing date: 31/03/2019 Avenue Primary is a popular community school where every child is Please APPLY HERE. valued and encouraged to achieve their potential. We are looking to appoint experienced Main Scale Teachers to join our dedicated team of staff. Please note that applications from successful Newly Qualified Teachers are welcome.

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Special Education Needs and Disabilities Coordinator Avenue Primary School

development and leadership progression. A supportive Governing Body and parents and carers who work in partnership with the School

The closing date for applications is on Friday 29th March 2019 at 00:00am. The interview date to be confirmed.

Job starts: September 2019

Are able to evidence good and outstanding teaching experience across the Primary phase.

Salary: MPS/UPS (Inner London Allowance) + TLR 2B

Are ambitious and interested in your own professional development.

Avenue Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all our staff to share this commitment. All staff are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check as well as qualifications and reference checks. A disqualification declaration questionnaire maybe required for this post.

Contract type: Full time

Have excellent leadership and management skills.

Please APPLY HERE.

Meanley Road Manor Park London E12 6AR Telephone: 020 8553 56 82 Email: info@avenue.newham.sch.uk

Contract term: Permanent Avenue Primary School is a diverse and vibrant large four-form entry primary school which prides itself on its high levels of inclusion and positive atmosphere for learning. We are looking to appoint a second highly motivated and dedicated SENDCo to join our experienced inclusion team. We look forward to hearing from you if you are excited about being responsible for ensuring that learning support is effective and inclusive and that delivery of provision leads to high pupil outcomes, achievement and attainment. We offer:

We ask that you:

Have the NASENCO qualification or be willing to undertake the relevant training. Have a good understanding of the SEND code of practice and its implementation. Have experience in conducting assessment of learning needs and planning appropriate curriculum provision and interventions for pupils with SEND.

Further information about our school can be found at www.avenue.newham.sch.uk. We are located in Meanley Road, Manor Park, London E12 6AR.

Motivated, friendly children with high Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged. For further details and to standards of behaviour. An ethos of commitment to raising standards.

arrange a visit please contact the Headteacher’s PA, Mrs Findley–Bennett on 020 8553 5682.

Exciting opportunities for professional

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Teacher of Maths

Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust.

then an application form can be downloaded directly from the TES or Lister school’s website at: http:// Lister Community School The school is committed to www.lister.newham.sch.uk/ safeguarding and promoting the Classroom Teachers Payscale vacancies/ or by contacting Jackie welfare of young people and expects Required for September 2019 Young, HR Manager on 020 8471 all staff to share this (NQTs are welcome to apply) commitment. This appointment will be 3311. conditional on successful preAn exceptional school: Our vision is a employment and enhanced DBS Completed applications must be world class education for young people checks. returned by email in Newham. Lister is an 11-16 to: Jobs@lister.newham.sch.uk comprehensive school at the heart of A positive impact: Our students are its community. Recognised as one of courteous, motivated and have high Applications are required by: 9:00 the most improved schools in the aspirations. You would be working in a am on Thursday, 21st March 2019 country (DfE, January 2014) this is school where around 61% of students reflected in our sustained drive to are identified as Pupil Premium and Interviews: Tuesday, 26th March become an Outstanding school with 60% with EAL and where staff are 2019 (subject to applications) our Progress 8 at +0.27 and our committed to addressing educational Progress 8 for disadvantaged students disadvantage. We will acknowledge receipt of all in the top 20% of all schools application forms. If you do not receive nationally. The chance to develop: Work alongside acknowledgement, please do not colleagues with high expectations, assume that your application has been In our December 2018 Ofsted the engage with a broad range of received. We will only contact those inspectors found that the school has exceptional CPD tailored to your own candidates who have been selected to maintained the good quality of professional development as part of progress to the next stage of the education and ‘made strong progress the Lister teacher toolkit programme. process. in many aspects of the school’s Subject specific CPD includes working provision‘ since our last inspection in alongside colleagues to develop your If you are interested in this position, September 2013. Our many strengths understanding and pedagogy to deliver please APPLY HERE. are highlighted, including how students Maths Mastery programme. You will are ‘courteous and articulate’ and ‘say also have the opportunity to be they enjoy school and value the wide involved in the Top Top Set Maths range of opportunities they are programme which aspires to prepare given’. We are very proud that the the students to study STEM courses at report recognises our high aspirations, post 16 and beyond. the hard work and good behaviour of our students, and the dedication and As part of our continued focus to commitment of our staff. further develop impact on student progress we are seeking to appoint a The school benefits from a range of passionate Maths Teacher to join our external partnerships including dedicated Maths team. becoming the first partner school in the Music in Secondary Schools Trust, If you think you have the potential to supported by the Andrew Lloyd work as an outstanding Teacher of Webber Music Foundation and the Maths in an high performing team,

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KS1 & KS2 Teaching Opportunities Central Park Primary School Teaching at Central Park KS1 and KS2 Teaching Positions Leadership Progress Opportunities Start Date: May or September 2019. Central Park is a large four forms of entry school in East Ham; with nursery provision also. We welcome applications from those interested in teaching at Central Park. We particularly seek to appoint experienced teachers but applications from those with less experience will be looked at. A teacher flexible to teach any age-range is desirable. Those who show leadership potential will be supported to progress in line with our school approach. Please outline any areas that you may be interested in leading in your application. Central Park part of a federation and therefore offers vast

Teacher of Maths (x2) Sarah Bonnell School GIRLS: 11-16 · 1260 on roll

opportunities for successful applicants to develop. You must have: Worked in a school with a proven record of successful practice. A commitment to raising standards in teaching and learning across the school. The motivation, determination and energy to support our desire to become an outstanding school. Prospective candidates are warmly encouraged to visit and these can be arranged by contacting Alix Williams, PA to the Executive Headteacher, on the 020 8472 5588 or by email alix.williams@centralpark.newham.sch. uk. Further details on our offer at Central Park can be found on our recruitment page of our school website – www.centralpark.newham.sch.uk. Closing date:

(An observation of shortlisted candidates teaching will part of the recruitment process.) Central Park Primary is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to pre-employment checks, references will be sought and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DSB check. More job details, contact information & downloads

25 March 2019

Shortlisting:

27 March 2019

Interviews:

29 March 2019

Please APPLY HERE.

We have an enthusiastic and friendly Please APPLY HERE. team of dedicated staff who can help you develop.

Start date: September 2019

We can offer a great working environment, staff wellbeing and professional development.

Our school values ‘Be Proud, Aim High, Work Hard, Be Nice, No Excuses’ are at the centre of everything we do to maximise girls’ progress, develop their character and promote their emotional health and well-being.

Our GCSE examination results are consistently very good and Ofsted described our students as 'quite rightly very proud of their school and their own excellent achievements’ Ofsted February 2018.

Sarah Bonnell is an oversubscribed girls For more information school located close to excellent www.sarahbonnell.com transport links.

visit

Closing date: Wednesday 1 May We are looking for two ambitious, 2019 committed and caring professionals to join our successful Maths Curriculum Area. Interviews: W/c Monday 6 May 2019

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Unqualified Teacher (P.E Specialism) & Sports Engagement Lead Gallions Primary School (Full-Time/Part Time) Required from September 2019 Unqualified Teacher 1a (£20,909) Gallions Primary School is a happy and successful school based in the heart of Newham. We are a large school serving a richly diverse community with an enthusiastic and committed team. We are now seeking a highly motivated, organised specialist P.E. teacher to work across the school. Working closely with all Year Groups, the successful applicant will teach whole class P.E. lessons during PPA rotations, as well as other learning across the curriculum, as agreed. The role will also involve raising the sports profile within the school and beyond, ensuring children are given opportunities to engage in wide range of sporting events The successful applicant will be:

Music Instructor New City Primary School Salary: Pay range depending on experience Location: New City Primary School

· Passionately committed to ensuring the highest standard of learning in P.E./Sports · Proactive in raising the profile of sports and to developing engagement opportunities · Able to motivate and inspire pupils to achieve and maximise learning experiences · Committed to ensuring all pupils are able to access learning, to progress and to thrive For the successful applicant will offer:

· An opportunity to make a positive difference to the lives of our children and families

Telephone: 020 7476 1252 option 6 or email shussain@gallions.newham.sch.uk to arrange this. Also visit www.gallions.newham.sch.uk for further information about the school. Application form and further details please APPLY HERE. For general enquires please call 020 8249 6943. The schools in the New Vision Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

· An enthusiastic and supportive team · An exciting career opportunity and ongoing professional development Closing date: Friday 29th March 2019 Shortlisting: Monday 1st April 2019 Interviews: Wednesday 3rd April 2019 We welcome informal visits from prospective applicants for a tour of the school and an initial conversation with the head teacher. Please contact Shazia Hussain, headteacher. KS2. This is a fantastic opportunity to lead outstanding music in a Primary school fully supported by our senior team. Music is flourishing at New City Primary with 180 pupils having instrumental lessons and 30 pupils in our choir.

Please apply directly online, via the NPW-JobsgoPublic website HERE. Closing date: 29th March 2019 Interviews and Teaching Observations: week commencing 1st April 2019

The pupils at New City love music and we have a strong relationship with the Working Pattern: Term Time Music Hub and other partners. Strong music teaching skills are essential and DBS Check: Enhanced as a result teaching qualifications are Closing Date: 29/03/2019 at 23:55 PM not necessarily a requirement. We are Reference: Music Instructor – Primary more interested in hearing from passionate, outstanding music EYFS, KS1 and KS2 practitioners. Required for September 2019 To arrange a visit with our music team, Pay Range according to experience contact Helen on the email below and come to see New City for yourself. We are looking to recruit a Music specialist who can demonstrate Helen.matthews@newcity.boleyntrust.o inspirational skills and lead music rg development across EYFS, KS1 and Contract: Permanent

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Assistant Head Ellen Wilkinson Primary School (Required for September 2019, leadership pay scale 4-8) We are seeking to appoint a dynamic, enthusiastic and successful professional to join the experienced leadership team of this popular two form entry primary school which serves a rich and diverse multi-ethnic community in an inclusive borough.

Judged as GOOD by Ofsted in November 2015, we welcome applications from inspirational practitioners who are committed to ensuring the best possible outcomes for the pupils in our care. Commitment to working with the wider community is essential as we also run a Children’s Centre. Do you want to: Work in a happy and friendly school? Be involved in innovation? Join a hard-working, committed and supportive staff team? Contribute to continuing our current successful outcomes in all key stages?

Outstanding leadership and organisational skills

Or the schools website www.ellenwilkinson.newham.sch.uk

Attention to detail and commitment to seeing things through to completion

PLEASE NOTE ALL POSTAL APPLICATION FORMS SHOULD BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE SCHOOL. Only applications submitted on the borough’s application form will be considered. We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion.

We can offer: An exciting multi-cultural school community with wonderful children An experienced and supportive SLT team & wider staff team A stimulating, modern and wellmaintained environment with excellent resources

A commitment to never settle for anything than the very best for our children! This position may have up to a potential 0.5 teaching commitment. The successful applicant will have to meet the requirements of the person specification in order to be offered the post and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We are looking for a leader who has : A proven track record of outstanding practice and achieving high pupil outcomes

To request information pack and application form please contact Lynn Wilson on:

Excellent interpersonal skills and is committed to working as part of a team

Tel: 0207 511 9414/ 9440 Email: info@ellenwilkinson.newham.sch.uk

A commitment to involving children as active and reflective learners

Interviews: 26/04/19

Excellent professional development opportunities

We welcome, and actively encourage, informal visits to our school to discuss this post

High expectations of pupils' achievement and a commitment to raising standards

Closing date: midday on 05/04/19

Alternatively apply HERE.

www.teachnewham.co.uk/ Teaching_Newham/ exp_teachers_Applying.html

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Performing Arts Lead Selwyn Primary School Performing Arts Lead - based at Selwyn, working across the Trust Scale: TLR1 Selwyn Primary School is part of the Leading Learning Trust. Our school is led by our Head teacher, Helen Mawer. The CEO/Executive Head teacher is Emma Nicholls (based at Selwyn). Please visit our website for further information about Selwyn Primary School, and see our Facebook page and Twitter account for a glimpse into life at school. We are looking for a skilled teacher to to lead the performing arts curriculum across the Leading Learning Trust. Key requirements of the post are:

Able to work effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, suppliers and partners, ensuring that you get the best outcome for the school and its children; Able to manage small projects, ensuring that they are delivered; and Able to manage a team of office staff to ensure that they are develop and grow, whilst delivering work of a high standard at all times. We can offer the right candidate excellent CPD and professional development opportunities including pathways into furthering your leadership potential (across our Trust) within a vibrant, friendly and dedicated school community. Please APPLY HERE. Advert closes for applications midnight on 26.04.2019 Shortlisting - 29.04.2019

Working in partnership with school staff to design and deliver an engaging Interviews - 03.05.2019 and broad performing arts curriculum, Successful candidates will be asked to to be embedded at both Selwyn and apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from Portway Primary School. the DBS. Further information about the Develop, showcase and celebrate disclosure can be found at performing arts across the Trust. www.crb.gov.uk and in the recruitment pack. We are fully Work effectively with school staff, committed to safeguarding children. external agencies and suppliers in order to develop the best possible Selwyn is a medium-sized, inclusive performing arts curriculum. school for children aged 3 to 11. There Interested in this new, developing role, where you can deploy a wide range of skills in order to make our school an even better place to learn and work? We would love to hear from you if you are: Committed to the vision Selwyn Primary School and the Leading Learning Trust;

are 480 pupils on roll including parttime nursery pupils. Selwyn is the Newham resourced school for deaf pupils who are fully integrated into mainstream.

Visits to our school are encouraged and are most welcome; please contact our school office to arrange to come and see us.

Proactive and organised; Adaptable and a quick learner, who is eager to get involved in new things;

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Teacher of the Deaf Selwyn Primary School JOB DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE TEACHER OF THE DEAF Grade: MPS/UPS + 1 or 2 SEN points depending on qualifications REQUIRED BY - September 2019 or as soon as possible

f) To play a leading role in developing and maintaining the ethos and standards of the school. g) To ensure that a high standard of education is maintained at all times for all children and that suitable educational programmes are developed and reviewed.

h) To lead staff meetings and discussions when necessary or LOCATED AT – Selwyn Primary School, requested. which is part of the Leading Learning i) To provide examples of outstanding Trust. models of Learning and Teaching CEO - Emma Nicholls across the school Head teacher – Helen Mawer j) To foster good relationships with all Please visit our website for further information about Selwyn Primary School. We are looking for a practitioner and leader with: To play an active and effective role as Key member of the Inclusion Team. a) Support the school’s overall aims, objectives and policies for raising the achievements of deaf pupils in conjunction with the Head Teacher, Deputy Head, Assistant Head, staff, local governing body and the trustees of the Leading Learning Trust. b) To support the Head, Deputy & Assistant Head in ensuring that the school maintains and further develops the equal opportunities and inclusion policies and practices for all of its pupils. c) To guide and support for all deaf pupils, in educational, social and emotional matters. d) To guide and support for all members of the school staff, both teaching and support staff. e) To ensure the good conduct and positive behaviour of children in and around the school.

recruitment pack. We are fully committed to safeguarding children. Selwyn is a medium-sized, inclusive school for children aged 3 to 11. Our school is the sponsor of the Leading Learning Trust. There are 510 pupils on roll including part-time nursery pupils. Selwyn is the Newham resourced school for deaf pupils who are fully integrated into mainstream. Visits to our school are encouraged and are most welcome.

staff, with volunteers who work with the school and to further develop and maintain parental co-operation and involvement. k) Ensure the health and safety of all those who use the school.

l) To develop and maintain effective links with the local governing body, the trustees of the Leading Learning Trust, local authority personnel, advisors and officers, local schools, outside agencies and the community

We can offer the right candidate: excellent CPD and professional development opportunities including pathways into furthering your school leadership within a vibrant, friendly and dedicated school community. Please APPLY HERE. Closing date for applications: Friday 19th April 2019 Interviews will take place during the week commencing: Monday 22nd April 2019 Successful candidates will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the DBS. Further information about the disclosure can be found at www.crb.gov.uk and in the

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Teacher of Children with SEN Selwyn Primary School JOB DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE TEACHER OF CHILDREN WITH SEN Grade: TLR2 or 1 SEN or 2 SEN depending on qualifications REQUIRED BY - September 2019 or as soon as possible

● In collaboration with the SENCO, to manage support staff (Teaching Assistants and Communication Support Workers).This will include timetabling, provision mapping, prioritising work with pupils, staff appraisal and CPD.

pupils. Selwyn is the Newham resourced school for deaf pupils who are fully integrated into mainstream. Visits to our school are encouraged and are most welcom

● In collaboration with Inclusion Team, to support mainstream teachers with effective planning and assessment of SEND children.

● To liaise with parents and other LOCATED AT – Selwyn Primary School, agencies, such as the medical profession, social workers, speech and which is part of the Leading Learning language therapists, occupational Trust. therapists and educational CEO - Emma Nicholls psychologists. Head teacher – Helen Mawer ● To develop and implement the school’s action plan for Inclusion, in Please visit our website for further line with the school policies and information about Selwyn Primary development plan. To work flexibly School. within the Inclusion team to further We are looking for a practitioner and develop the school’s ethos. leader with: We can offer the right candidate: To play an active and effective role as excellent CPD and professional development opportunities including Key member of the Inclusion Team. pathways into furthering your school ● To meet standards for teachers leadership within a vibrant, friendly and including demonstrating high quality dedicated school community. teaching, modelling and demonstration Please APPLY HERE. of lessons, and within this role to act as a member of the Inclusion Team. Closing date for applications: Friday 19th April 2019 ● To teach children with a range of Interviews will take place during the special educational needs either individually or in small groups. This will week commencing: Monday 22nd April 2019 require secure knowledge of effective approaches to teaching and learning Successful candidates will be asked to for SEND children; identification of all apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from levels of need, planning, modelling, the DBS. Further information about the delivering and reviewing appropriate disclosure can be found at and effective interventions, which www.crb.gov.uk and in the ensure maximum curricular access and recruitment pack. We are fully progression. committed to safeguarding children. ● To work proactively with the head Selwyn is a medium-sized, inclusive teacher and other staff to promote the school for children aged 3 to 11. Our achievement of SEND children and to school is the sponsor of the Leading do this in a way which fosters Learning Trust. There are 510 pupils partnership working and successful on roll including part-time nursery transition between settings.

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Excellent KS1 & KS2 Teachers New City Primary School Tel: 020 84722743 Website: www.newcity.boleyntrust.org Required for as soon as possible New City Primary School is a dynamic and exciting place to learn and work in. We are a school with high expectations and aspirations for all our pupils. New City is a happy, caring and aspiring learning community that nurtures all pupils to achieve to be the best they can be. We seek to appoint excellent teachers for September 2019 or earlier who will make a valuable contribution to the provision of high quality teaching and learning in the school. They will have a passion for providing a curriculum for all children to succeed, high

EYFS Teacher Selwyn Primary School Required as soon as possible Selwyn Primary School is part of the Leading Learning Trust. CEO – Emma Nicholls Head teacher - Helen Mawer Please visit our website for further information about Selwyn Primary School.

expectations and good all round subject knowledge. The school is committed to professional development and equality for all staff and will provide a high level of induction and training for new staff members. Visits to the school are strongly recommended. Please make an appointment to meet with the Head Teacher, Caroline Stone, through the school office. References and safeguarding checks will be carried out prior to interview. If you are interested in this post, please APPLY HERE. Closing Date: Midnight on April 5th 2019 Interviews to be held on w/b April 22nd 2019

where all pupils make good and better progress

● A commitment to own professional development

We can offer the right candidate excellent CPD and professional development opportunities including Visits to our school are encouraged and pathways into furthering your school are most welcome. leadership within a vibrant, friendly and dedicated school community. Please APPLY HERE.

We are looking for a practitioner with:

Closing date: Monday 1st April 2019

● Evidence of being a good/ outstanding teacher

Shortlisting: Wednesday 3rd April 2019

● High expectations of pupil outcomes

Selwyn is a medium-sized, inclusive school for children aged 3 to 11. There are 510 pupils on roll including parttime nursery pupils. Selwyn is the Newham resourced school for deaf pupils who are fully integrated into mainstream.

Interviews (week commencing): Monday 22nd April 2019

Successful candidates will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from ● A strong work ethic and the ability to the DBS. Further information about the work collaboratively with colleagues, disclosure can be found at parents and governors www.crb.gov.uk and in the recruitment pack. We are fully ● The ability to create a stimulating committed to safeguarding children. and inclusive learning environment ● Excellent organisational skills

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NQT Primary Pool 2019/20 Newham School Newham Schools - Primary NQT Pool 2019/20 NEWHAM, a vibrant cosmopolitan community in the heart of East London, was recognised by Ofsted as “a model for others to follow”. For primary schools, Newham is ranked 7th nationally for children achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics. You’ll have the opportunity to work in schools that are committed to developing innovative practice and transforming children’s educational experience. We understand how important the first step in your teaching career is.

Apprenticeship Opportunities Receptionist & Administrative Assistants The Boleyn Trust

With this in mind, all NQTs receive an individualised induction programme designed to allow you to pursue your professional development in a supportive environment.

For more information on the process or to find out more about being an NQT in Newham, please visit www.teachnewham.co.uk or email trm@npw.uk.com

We combine high starting salaries with excellent opportunities for promotion, allowing you to develop your career within the borough.*NQTs who apply through the Primary Pool also receive an extensive set of benefits including a generous Golden Hello payment.

*The Golden Hello is not available to NQTs who completed an employmentbased training route. Closing date: 31st July 2019

You can apply to the pool online today by completing one application form HERE. We will support you throughout the application process, right through to appointment. Short listed candidates attend a selection day at a Newham school, then successful candidates are matched to suitable schools.

Front of house receptionist to meet and greet all visitors to the school

To use the communication system to sign in all visitors Answer the telephone, re-direct calls and provide an efficient messaging service General filing

To commence as soon as possible

General office admin tasks

The Boleyn Trust is offering apprenticeship opportunities to work and train to complete a Diploma in Business Administration – Level 2

To use email and other IT packages

All Boleyn Trust schools are situated in the London Borough of Newham

Taking delivery of orders and packages

The position is term time only – there is no requirement to work in the school holidays

To communicate clearly with parents and children

Photocopying and Shredding Opening and distributing the post

Hours per week: 30

Please contact the HR Manager for further details and an application form.

Salary: £5 per hour

Margaret.patient@boleyntrust.org

Key daily duties will be:

Closing date: 31/03/2019

Days to work: Monday to Friday

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Senior Finance Officer Newham Partnership Working NPW is the ethical partner of choice that keeps the child at the centre of everything we do. We care about our clients and work hard to help you achieve your aspirations. We engage with our clients to help develop our products and services to ensure that what we offer is created for schools by schools. NPW is a not for profit mutual organisation, owned by our members. We provide a range of operational, transformational and innovative services to schools and colleges so that they can focus on improving the lives of children and young people Our services are agile, allowing us to offer bespoke packages that meet an individual client’s needs. NPW has been working with key stakeholders, and in particular our schools to develop a range of new products. This year we will be launching a number of these products in collaboration with pilot schools and new partners.

Admin Assistant Rosetta Primary School Sophia Road Custom House London E16 3PB Telephone 020 7476 5308 Email info@rosetta.boleyntrust.org Admin Assistant

Newham Partnership Working are looking to recruit to an exciting new Senior Finance Officer role within a busy finance department. The candidate will play an integral role in developing the finance function within NPW. The main duties are: To take responsibility for the delivery of a customer focused payments service ensuring that all suppliers, staff, volunteers and petty cash reimbursements are processed accurately and paid on time and within the agreed payment terms, while adhering to internal financial procedures.

The successful applicant needs to have: Good verbal and written communication skills (essential) Good computer skills (essential) Good organisational skills (essential) Previous school experience (desirable)

36 hours per week

Ability to use Google Suite (desirable)

use their own initiative, working in a well-established school office. The varied role will require working cooperatively with all members of the school community.

If you are interested in this position, please APPLY HERE. Closing date is 29th March 2019. To obtain any further information, please contact Waliuz zaman on waliuz.zaman@npw.uk.com

To support with the preparation of high quality monthly management reports with commentary and within agreed time cycles.

Ability to use SIM’s (desirable)

Rosetta is seeking to appoint an experienced, competent, enthusiastic and personable individual who can undertake a broad range of administrative duties. They will need to have a flexible approach and

VAT submissions on a quarterly basis, accurately and timely ensuring correct VAT codes are assigned

To take primary responsibility for credit control and debt collection for all income including SLA income, training income and local authority income.

Scale 5 Term Time Only

Assist with the external audit process, liaising with the auditors and providing information as required

Excellent attendance and punctuality record (essential)

Can contribute to their own personal development as well as helping the school to develop. Team player of strong character required for this rewarding role.

For further details please contact Mrs N Hasler (School Business Manager) on 020 7476 5308 or email on info@rosetta.boleyntrust.org Closing Date: 22nd March 2019 Interview Date: Week Beginning 1st April 2019 The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applications will be subject to an

enhanced DBS check.

For application form and further details please apply online at npw.

As part of the interview process candidates will be expected to complete an admin task and will undertake activities to assess their literacy and numeracy skills.

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Supervisory Assistant Sandringham Primary School Headteacher – Ian Wilson Sandringham Road Forest Gate London E7 8ED Head Teacher: Mr R D Cleary Tel: 020 8472 3800 Deputy Head Teachers: Mrs L Bridge & Miss E Whitwam Website: www.sandringham.newham.sch.uk Email: info@sandringham.newham.sch.uk Twitter: @sandringhamE7 Hours: 11.30am - 1.10pm, 8.33 hours per week Pay: Scale 1, Point 11 £3869-£3877 Monday to Friday - term time only

Lunch Time Supervisor Curwen Primary School Working pattern: Term tim e, 6 ¼ hours a week (11:50am-1:05pm) term time only Salary: Scale 2 Approx . £2903 per year DBS Check: Enhanced Curwen Primary School and the Tapscott Learning Trust are committed to provide the best possible opportunities to all of our pupils, and we are looking for a dedicated Lunch Time Supervisor. We pride ourselves on being open and supportive, and we would love to speak to you about why this could be your next career move. We are looking for someone who: Has great interpersonal skills. Who boasts enthusiasm.

We are looking to appoint Midday Supervisory Assistants to work in our large and outstanding school situated in Forest Gate, Newham. You must possess good communication skills, enthusiasm and a keenness to participate in playground activities. Being able to work as part of a team is essential as you will be joining a friendly and hardworking team who are all determined to support our children during this important part of the school day. Your role will involve: Supervising children in the dining hall, playground and classrooms. Assisting children with good table manners and lunchtime courtesy.

with the school’s behaviour policy. Dealing with minor accidents. Helping children resolve disputes For further details, please speak to a member of the Admin Team at the school. Closing date : 24 March 2019 Interviews : 2 April 2019

Start Date

: 23 April 2019

Organising games and play opportunities.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicants will be subject to a DBS check. A ‘disqualification by association’ declaration questionnaire will be required for this post.

Helping children to resolve disputes.

Please APPLY HERE.

Promoting positive play and social inclusion.

Deal with behaviour in accordance

Has the ability to participate in playground activities. Can work well in a team as well as independently if they need to We can offer: Well-behaved, enthusiastic and hardworking children with committed parents; A wonderful learning environment and dedicated team of committed, hardworking and friendly colleagues; An experienced and supportive leadership team who are dedicated to providing quality professional development and support to improve the life chances and experiences of all of our pupils;

School, Kate Mansfield on 020 8472 0290. Closing date : Friday 22 March 2019 Shortlisting: Monday 25th March am Interview and Task: Thursday 28th March Please APPLY HERE. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicants will be subject to a DBS check. A ‘disqualification by association’ declaration questionnaire will be required for this post.

We would love to show you around our school and explain about our newly-formed Trust! Please contact the School Office Manager by emailing Hana Mehmet at hana.mehmet@curwen.ttlt.academy or phone and ask for the Head of

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SCITTELS—Professional Tutor

their practice and are provided with training that is highly relevant to their needs.

SCITTELS

The role would include:

Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Tutor and Leadership Responsible TBC SCITTELS (which stands for School Centred Initial Teacher Training in East London Schools) is looking to appoint a dynamic, innovative and dedicated Professional Tutor to work as a member of our outstanding teacher training programmes. We are a consortium of schools within East London who work in close partnership to provide outstanding initial teacher training, leading to the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) through delivering: SCITTELS PGCE, School Direct PGCE and School Direct Salaried courses. We are looking for Outstanding Primary Practitioners who have experience of delivering a first class education within inclusive, diverse and challenging schools. At SCITTELS, we provide a high level of individualised support to our trainees, ensuring that they make rapid and sustained progress and are well prepared for teaching in East London and further afield. The role of the Primary Professional Tutor You will work alongside a team of Tutors and to deliver outstanding professional development sessions to primary trainees. You will directly support a group of trainees, working with their School Based Mentors to ensure the trainees are developing

young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools

Tracking and supporting trainee teachers’ progress Supporting professional and school based tutors in carrying out their role Communicating with and visiting partnership schools Working with others in the team to support developments in ITT Deliver centre based training sessions What we offer: Opportunity to work in a wellestablished, Outstanding ITT provider Support through CPD Opportunities to work with a growing partnership network across East London Prior experience of Initial Teacher Training is preferred, but not essential. For an informal discussion or to visit us please contact niall.dosad@colegrave.newham.sch.u k Please also visit our website: http:// www.scittels.co.uk/ Start date: September 2019 Closing date: Ongoing Interview: TBC Please APPLY HERE. The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and

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CEIAG Extended Services & Alumni Administrator

CEIAG EXTENDED SERVICES AND ALUMNI ADMINISTRATOR

Lister Community School

Hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm

An exceptional school: Our vision is a world class education for young people in Newham. Lister is an 11-16 comprehensive school at the heart of its community. Recognised as one of the most improved schools in the country (DfE, January 2014) this is reflected in our sustained drive to become an Outstanding school with our Progress 8 at +0.27 and our Progress 8 for disadvantaged students in the top 20% of all schools nationally.

Scale 5 - £22,184 (actual pro rata’d salary per annum)

In our December 2018 Ofsted the inspectors found that the school has maintained the good quality of education and ‘made strong progress in many aspects of the school’s provision‘ since our last inspection in September 2013. Our many strengths are highlighted, including how students are‘courteous and articulate’ and ‘say they enjoy school and value the wide range of opportunities they are given’. We are very proud that the report recognises our high aspirations, the hard work and good behaviour of our students, and the dedication and commitment of our staff.

36 hours per week, term time plus two weeks

At Lister Community School we firmly believe that effective careers guidance significantly contributes to raising aspirations, improving life chances, increasing motivation, and overcoming barriers to success. We are committed to delivering a high quality CEIAG programme that empowers our students to make informed decisions about their futures. Our goal is to equip our students with the necessary skills to adapt to an ever-changing economic climate, inspiring them to become lifelong career learners.

Applications are required by: 10.00am on Monday, 1st April 2019 Interviews: Wednesday, 3rd April 2019 We will acknowledge receipt of all application forms. If you do not receive acknowledgement, please do not assume that your application has been received. Due to high volume of applicants, we will only contact those candidates who have been selected to progress to the next stage of the process.

Due to the promotion of the current post-holder, we are looking to appoint an ambitious, enthusiastic and highly motivated administrator to join the successful Lister Careers Team. The successful candidate will assist in organising and managing the excellent careers provision at Lister Community School, liaising with our delivery partners, and continuing to develop the school’s Alumni network.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. This appointment will be conditional on successful preemployment and enhanced DBS checks.

If you think you have the potential to work as an outstanding CEIAG Extended Services & Alumni Administrator then an application form can be downloaded directly from our school’s website at: http:// www.lister.newham.sch.uk/ vacancies/ or by contacting Jackie Young, HR Manager on 020 8471 3311.

We would ideally like to fill this post as soon as possible – subject to completion of recruitment checks.

Completed applications must be returned by email to: Jobs@lister.newham.sch.uk

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Level 3 Childcare Practitioners x2 & Bank Staff x1 Ellen Wilkinson Primary School

We are looking for a Childcare Practitioner who: Has a Level 3 Child care qualification Has excellent knowledge of the EYFS curriculum and tracking procedures

Tel: 0207 511 1276 Email: sheleena.laskar@ellenwilkinson.newh am.sch.uk Please APPLY HERE.

Has experience as a key person working with children from 05

Closing date: Thursday 28th March 2019 Shortlisting: Friday 29th March 2019

Is committed to achieving outstanding outcomes for all children

Interviews: Thursday 4th April 2019

Level 3 Childcare Practitioners x2 (x1 required April start & x1 required July start)

Is pro-active in developing their practice

Bank Staff x1 (zero hour) (April start)

Is able to work as part of a strong team

LITTLE ELLIES 0-5 Childcare Provision

Due to staff promotion and change in staffing structure, we are seeking to appoint dynamic, enthusiastic and passionate Early Years professionals to join our experienced team of this popular Childcare setting which serves a rich and diverse multi-ethnic community in an inclusive borough. Little Ellies is a year round (including school holidays) childcare provision for children from 0 to 5 years. We open 8am to 6pm and are based in Ellen Wilkinson Children’s Centre in Beckton. Do you want to work in a: Friendly, popular and welcoming GOOD setting? Purpose built provision which is attached to Ellen Wilkinson Primary School, and situated within the same premises as Beckton and Royal Docks Children’s Centre? Work in a well-resourced, stimulating, modern and well-maintained environment? Join a hardworking and supportive staff team?

We can offer: An exciting multi-cultural provision with wonderful children A supportive and well-motivated staff & management team Excellent facilities & resources A welcoming and friendly environment & a commitment to never settle for anything than the very best for our children!

The successful applicant will have to meet the requirements of the person specification in order to be offered the post and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Little Ellies is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Please note you will need to provide photo ID as part of this commitment. For further information please contact Sheleena Laskar (Little Ellies Manager) on:

Excellent CPD opportunities?

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Teaching Assistant Essex Primary School Essex Primary School “Everyone Valued, Everyone Challenged, Everyone Achieving” (32.5 hours per week – term time only) Unqualified £15,495.39 - £15,525.77 Qualified £15,581.84 - £15,943.99 Essex Primary School is a four form entry inclusive primary school and Nursery situated in a diverse multicultural community in East London. The school has a Resourced Provision for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). We are looking for experienced, enthusiastic and committed Teaching Assistants to work at Essex Primary School. This will include working in a class based setting as well as with children who have special educational needs or disabilities. You will need to be self-motivated, flexible and work as part of a team as well as on your own initiative at times. As part of a large, diverse school community, an understanding of how to develop

Exam Invigilators Sarah Bonnell School Salary: £10.61 per hour Start date: As soon as possible Our school values ‘Be Proud, Aim High, Work Hard, Be Nice, No Excuses’ are at the centre of everything we do to maximise girls’ progress, develop their character and promote their emotional health and well-being. We are seeking to expand our team of invigilators whose primary role is to assist our Exams Officer in conducting both external and internal examinations in accordance with the school’s Examinations Procedures and Policies and the required practices set by national examining bodies.

individual children’s learning will be required. Expertise, knowledge and prior experience of working with children in EYFS and with children with special educational needs or disabilities would be desirable. You will be responsible for working closely with the classroom teachers, using strategies and interventions appropriate to the children. In addition, you will be required to write and maintain records of assessment on pupil progress.

Short- listed candidates will be asked to sit a literacy and numeracy test as part of the interview process in addition to a classroom observation. Applications must include a letter highlighting strengths and experience.

For technical enquires please call 020 8249 6946. For any other enquiries please contact the school directly. Closing date: Wednesday 27th March 2019 Tests and Interviews: Week beginning 1st April 2019 Essex Primary School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be requested for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation and applicants will be required to complete a ‘Disqualification by Association’ Applicant Declaration as part of the safeguarding procedure.

We welcome informal visits from prospective applicants for a tour of the school and an initial conversation with the Head Teacher. Please contact Jas Seehra, Office Manager. Telephone: 020 8472 0322 or jaswant.seehra@essex.newham.sc h.uk

Application form and further details please APPLY HERE. We are looking for: An excellent role-model for young people Someone who is able to work effectively both on their own and within a team Someone who has excellent attention to detail

under pressure and confident in dealing with young people. We can offer a great working environment, staff wellbeing and professional development. Closing date: Monday 25th March 2019. Please APPLY HERE.

Someone who is able to offer a medium term commitment and flexibility in working hours This will be an ideal job for someone looking for part-time occasional work to fit in with school hours or for someone who is retired or semiretired. No experience is necessary as full training will be provided for successful candidates, but applicants need to be reliable, punctual, highly flexible, calm

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Graduate Teaching Assistant William Davies Primary School William Davies Primary School Stafford Road London E7 8NL Start date asap or negotiable Full time, temporary post for the full academic year Term time only If you are passionate about pursuing a teaching career and hoping to apply for Teacher Training courses, a Graduate Teaching Assistant is exactly the role for you! We can offer paid experience to support your applications with the opportunity to gain professional development, thus having a head start on other applicants.

and Key Stage 2 Friendly and High Achieving School Extremely successful school with a very strong community spirit The Headteacher is seeking committed, driven, confident and enthusiastic Graduate Teaching Assistants. In particular, individuals who are passionate to pursue a career within primary education. We are looking for candidates with excellent communication skills, who can work on their own initiative and should have at least a 2:2 degree. Working under the guidance of our teaching staff, you will support pupils in and out of the classroom. Duties will include undertaking administrative duties, provide teaching support and assist with lunchtime duties at the school.

London - Newham £16,271 p.a. Supporting Early Years, Key Stage 1

Graduate Teaching Assistants should have good communication skills as you will liaise with both students and teachers. The school will rely upon you to make sure children are supported well and that you work collaboratively with the

Teaching Assistant

opportunities possible.

William Davies Primary School

We are looking for someone with excellent English and maths skills who will be part of our friendly staff team.

William Davies Primary School Stafford Road London E7 8NL Unqualified Scale 2 £16,271 Qualified Scale 3 £16,861 Start date asap or negotiable Full time, temporary post for the full academic year Term time only We are a one form entry school benefitting from excellent relationships with our parents; together we share a drive and determination to offer our children the best teaching and educational

The successful candidate will be: A good communicator who is organised and has effective interpersonal skills. Able to demonstrate good levels of literacy and numeracy. ‘GCSE’ level English and maths, or equivalent, is a requirement as the work will involve document writing and presentation. Up to date with computing skills. Interested in working with young children and those with special needs.

class teachers at the school. Please only apply if you are able to commit to a full time position which will be for the full academic year. Applications must detail all experience - voluntary or paid. These posts are extremely sought after, giving a Graduate Teaching Assistant the opportunity to gain some invaluable classroom experience. If you feel this role is for you, please apply immediately in order to secure an interview.

Please email for an application pack: info@williamdavies.newham.sch.uk Closing date - Tuesday 23rd April 2019 5pm Tests and interview - Thursday 2nd May 2019

Please email for an application pack: info@williamdavies.newham.sch.uk Closing date - Tuesday 23rd April 2019 5pm Tests and interview - Thursday 2nd May 2019 All safer recruitment processes will be followed

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to sit an English and maths test as part of the interview process.

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Welfare Assistant Sheringham Nursery School & Children’s Centre Welfare Assistant with Housekeeping Responsibilities £21591-£21981 Pro Rata Actual Salary - £16,815-£17,119 Scale 3, 32.5 hours per week, termtime only Are you a caring, hard-working person who enjoys spending time with young children? We are looking for a Welfare Assistant with Housekeeping Responsibilities to join our friendly and supportive staff team. This position is a very important one. In this role, you will be organising snacks for children during their morning and afternoon sessions. You will be following an agreed menu, and you will be involving children in preparation, sometimes in cooking, and in washing up. Whilst sharing snacks, and at lunchtime, you will be listening to children and talking with them, as well as supervising them and keeping them safe. You’ll be an important part of their lives! The postholder is also responsible for managing the small kitchen and the hygiene room, keeping them both clean and tidy. You will make sure we have all the foodstuffs and ingredients

we need. You will make staff a hot drink in the morning and afternoon, as requested. You will make sure that aprons, outdoor gear, towels and all the other washing and drying is done on time. You will also have an important support role in our team, mopping and cleaning areas when needed, and cleaning the toilets in the middle of the day. You will assist with the general welfare of children e.g. toileting (including assistance with the cleaning and changing of soiled children), dressing, washing of hands etc. You will be crucial to the smooth running of the nursery school. It is important that you enjoy caring for children, helping them to become independent, and listening to them. You will need to have a good standard of spoken English. GCSE English or a Level 2 Functional Skills in English would be desirable. Knowledge of First Aid and Basic Food Hygiene is desirable. The nursery school is in a new, purpose-built building with a lovely garden and good facilities. Our team is friendly, supportive and dedicated to doing our very best for young children and their families. We are rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted. We are strongly committed to the highest standards of care and safeguarding.

Our teams include both male and female practitioners and experienced and recently qualified staff. We offer excellent terms and conditions as a local authority school and you will have good opportunities for your professional and personal development. Please make sure you read the guidance about this job application carefully before you fill in the online form. We do not accept CVs or approaches from recruitment agencies.

Please APPLY HERE. Please make sure that you will be available for our selection process, which will include practical tasks and an interview. Deadline for applications: Monday 1st April Shortlisting: We will contact you on Wednesday 3rd April to let you know if you have been shortlisted. Interviews: Friday 5th April. Please make sure you are available on this date for interview before you apply as no alternative arrangements will be possible.

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Qualified Nursery Nurse

Sir John Heron is a successful twoform entry resourced Primary School with a morning and afternoon Nursery, providing high quality education to an inclusive and diverse community.

complete a disqualification declaration questionnaire. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and expect all members of staff to share this commitment.

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic qualified Nursery Nurse to join our friendly and hardworking EYFS Team.

We do not accept CVs. If you would like to apply for the position, please fill in an application form online HERE.

Qualified Nursery Nurse

The successful candidate will have:

Scale 4 salary range, starting at ÂŁ19,358.

Experience of working with children, with a playful and enthusiastic approach

Closing Date for applications is: Sunday 31st March 2019

Sir John Heron Primary School School Road, Manor Park, London E12 5PY Website: http:// www.sirjohnheron.newham.sch.uk/ Tel: 020 8514 9860

Term-time only, 36 hours per week (Mon-Fri). Required to start as soon as possible. Are you committed to making a positive difference in the lives of young people? Do you want to work in a successful Primary school in East London?

An excellent standard of spoken and written English as well as an excellent standard in numeracy. A recognised Nursery Nurse qualification (e.g. NNEB, NVQ3, CACHE, BTEC).

Interviews will take place on: Friday 5th April 2019

For any queries or to arrange a visit to the school, please call the school directly or email to info@sirjohnheron.newham.sch.uk.

Successful applicants will be required to apply for an enhanced DBS disclosure, and will also be required to

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NPW Newsletter - Spring - Issue 10, Friday, 22 March 2019  

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