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AUTUMN 2019 - ISSUE 19

IT Security: Top tips

Articles & News P2-9 Governance

Digital

Training & Events P10-11 Strategy & Innovation

School Support

Vacancies P16-52 HR & Payroll

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IT Security: Top tips Jamie Charlton Sales Director Sharp Business Systems UK

As technology continues to advance, and as schools and students become increasingly more dependent on internetready devices, cybercrime is becoming more difficult to both deal with, and avoid.

gain access to confidential data belonging to students, parents, and teachers with relative ease, unless processes are in place.

The Department for Education now specifies that school managers, governors, and head teachers maintain an effective approach to online safety, requiring they intervene where appropriate.

Management at a senior level

The new initiative has been developed to defend, deter, and develop, and aims to regulate schools and the processes they apply to stopping cybercrime and data breaches. With high-profile cyber attacks recently committed against the NHS, TalkTalk, Microsoft, Sony, and Marks & Spencer, it is easy to see why the Department for Education has intervened. Attackers can

Simple tips

Legally binding government guidance says a member of the senior leadership team should be responsible for safeguarding the school. The appointed member of staff should regularly add cyber security to meeting agendas.

Regular content filter updates Children are naturally inquisitive, often they don’t even know they could be clicking malicious material.

Establish strong foundations To protect your school network from attacks, it is imperative you implement strong protective barriers, such as firewalls. By setting up these simple yet sophisticated security controls you can safeguard against unauthorised access or malicious content.

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Setting up thorough, smart content filters or restrictions can be a great way of protecting your school, network, and students.

Threats to be aware of Sharp have listed the most common software used in cybercrime below, including some useful tips on how best to avoid or evade such software. Ransomware Q: What is it? A: There have been high profile cases involving ransomware.

Ransomware encrypts your files and demands ‘ransom’ in the form of bitcoins to get them unencrypted.

originate from an anonymous source that either steals, alters, or destroys a specified target by hacking into the susceptible system.

Q: What can I do? A: Ransomware is constantly evolving, meaning that antivirus software sometimes struggles to stay ahead. So, as defensive software is not guaranteed to prevent ransomware, the first and most important line of defence is with you, the end user. Ensure that you and your students avoid clicking on suspicious links and websites.

Q: What can I do? A: Weak passwords are generally exploited by a cyber-attack, allowing hackers to gain access to your work computer systems. Therefore, using a strong password with letters, numbers, and capital letters strategically placed throughout is a good way of avoiding a cyber-attack.

Cyber-Attack

Social Engineering

Q: What is it? A: Cyber-attacks are usually employed by individuals or organisations, and targets computer information systems, infrastructures, computer networks, or personal computer devices. Cyber-attacks usually

Q: What is it? A: Social engineering refers to the manipulation of people by ‘engineering’ them to perform actions online or divulging confidential information. Q: What can I do? A: Social engineering

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attachments – Stop and think!

normally comes in the form of emails disguised as your bank asking for account information. You should never give your account information over an insecure website. If in doubt contact your bank directly, being sure to avoid contact details on the email you are questioning! Malware Q: What is it? A: Malware is short for malicious software, and refers to any software that is used to disrupt computer operations, gather sensitive information, gain access to private computer systems, or display unwanted advertising. Q: What can I do? A: There are generally two broad strategies used by criminals to try and break through a computer’s defences:

Before opening a suspicious email, instant message, text message, or messages on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter stop and think. Is it safe? If your school has an IT department double check with them, especially if you have clicked something you don’t think you should have. 1. They try to install malware on your computers via breaking into accounts guarded by simple passwords. 2. They try to trick you into installing their malware from emails or websites. In short, you should not open any suspicious emails or email attachments, and protect your accounts with secure passwords. General Advice Use secure passwords – ensuring that you have a secure and complicated password, and ensuring that you frequently change your passwords greatly reduces the risk of being the unfortunate victim of cybercrime.

Think before clicking links or opening mail

Never plug in a USB/ Flashdrive from an unknown source USB sticks and flashdrives are a common means of virus infection, however if you do not connect the device to your computer it has no way of transmitting a virus. This also applies to a USB stick that you may have connected to a home computers. If you suspect that your machine has been infected with a virus or malware, simply disconnect your device from the network either by turning off the Wi-Fi and/or unplugging the network cable and seek IT support. For more information please contact: LetsTalk@theeducationspace. co.uk

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Join us for the world’s biggest non-uniform day on Friday 22nd November 2019 and help us plant a forest. Find out more

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Sir John Heron Primary School Win the Outstanding Citizenship School Award Sir John Heron Primary School

We are very proud to announce that Sir John Heron Primary School are the first ever winners of the Outstanding Citizenship School award! Our current Year 4 pupils were recognised for the work they did on making people more aware of homelessness and its causes. The project was started last year as part of our work towards the ACTive Citizenship award. For the award, children had to focus

on a tackling a specific issue effecting our local community. Pupils voted to take action in addressing the issue of homelessness in our community. They knew this was a huge challenge, but it was clear to them that homelessness and rough sleeping were worrying issues they wanted to highlight in the hope that this will change in the long run. The aim of the project was to make more people aware of homelessness and its causes,

and to speak up about this. Pupils researched the causes and effects of homelessness, led a school assembly and wrote to the Mayor of London to share their concerns. They decided to recommend that changes be made to the school curriculum, so that mental health and financial education are given much more prominence in an attempt to prevent homelessness in the future. Our pupils’ passion for making a positive change in their community was recognised and they were awarded with the Outstanding Citizenship award. A representative from Year 4 and a staff member went to the Palace of Westminster to receive the award at a prestigious ceremony attended by many notable figures including the Rt Hon. The Lord Blunkett and Pussycat Doll band member Kimberly Wyatt!

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Outstanding Ofsted Result for Rebecca Cheetham Nursery and Children’s Centre Rebecca Cheetham Nursery and Children’s Centre Following an Ofsted Inspection carried out by Her Majesty’s Inspectors on the 3rd-4th October, Rebecca Cheetham Nursery and Children’s Centre in Stratford, East London, was judged as “outstanding”. In their report, inspectors commented on the Nursery’s “wonderful engaging activities,” “vibrant indoor and outdoor spaces,” and described the school as “an oasis of calm, purposeful learning” where “children learn the importance of doing their very best.” In the Ofsted school inspection framework, schools are judged on four categories: the quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development and leadership and management. The school was judged as demonstrating outstanding practice in all four areas. Rebecca Cheetham is a nursery school that caters for 2, 3 and 4 year old children. The School also has a Children’s Centre that offers a range of different activities for people in the local community. The school works in close partnership with The Tapscott Learning Trust and Newham Nursery Schools. Following the inspection, Head Teacher Rohan Allen said, ““I can safely say that the team of staff at Rebecca Cheetham are some of the most committed, dedicated and caring people I have worked with. They have a real love for the school and that makes all the difference when we get

that Ofsted call.” “We don’t feel like we need to prepare for an Ofsted inspection as we are always prepared. We know how to look out for and protect our children. And we know our children as the unique individuals they are and how to help them in their next steps in their learning.” During the two day inspection, Her Majesty’s Inspectors met with the headteacher, members of the senior leadership team, staff, governors and children, as well as interrogating documentation and observing activities and learning in books. In their findings, the inspectors noted that, “No sense of complacency exists at the school, and all are firmly committed to the school’s motto of ‘Forging forces to give children the best start in life’.

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ANNUAL GOVERNORS’ AND TRUSTEES’ CONFERENCE Delivering the best outcomes for children during a time of financial challenge Many schools are feeling the impact of the funding squeeze and some to the degree that may impact the quality of education. A reduction in per pupil income, low birth rates, combined with limited housing in some areas, has led to an immediate impact on some primary schools currently struggling to fill their school places. A growing number of schools in all phases are in deficit and others are depleting their reserves. Savings can be achieved through targeted use of scarce resources, strategic procurement, school-to-school support, effective partnerships, accessing grants and awareness of income-generating opportunities. We warmly invite you to join us for a thought-provoking day, opened by our key note speaker Steve Barker, a specialist in the field of Education Finance, to explore together - through a range of workshops - practical solutions to support schools in delivering the best outcomes for children during this time of financial challenge.

Saturday 30 November 2019, 9:15am – 2.00pm at a Newham secondary school

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Headlines from the Community Click news heading to read full story

1 MAYOR OF LONDON Violence Reduction Unit to invest £4.7m to cut school exclusions

2 TES Why is Ofsted blaming school leaders for workload?

3 EDUCATION BUSINESS Youth Sport Trust shares best practice on using PE & Sport Premium

4 DFE Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education: FAQs

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THE EDUCATION SPACE - NEWSLETTER - EVENTS

KEY SPRING TERM DATES NQT OPEN EVENT Wednesday 15th January 2020 | 16:00-18:00

HR AND PAYROLL USER GROUP Tuesday 28th January 2020 | 15:00-16:30

HEADTEACHERS TERMLY BRIEFING Wednesday 12th February 2020 | 10:45-12:30

SBL TERMLY BRIEFING

Thursday 13th February 2020 | 10:00-11:00

PRIMARY COMPUTING NETWORK MEETING Tuesday 25th February 2020 | 09:30 - 11:30

IT PROFESSIONALS FORUM Tuesday 25th February 2020 | 12:30-15:30

BRUNCH AND DISCUSS (DPO USER GROUP) Thursday 12th March 2020 | 08:45-11:00

SIMS USER GROUP Tuesday 10th March 2020 | 09:15-11:30

BROMCOM USER GROUP Tuesday 17th March 2020 | 09:15-11:30

training@theeducationspace.co.uk

020 8249 6900

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TRAINING COURSE SPOTLIGHTS SIMS Assessment – Introduction About

Date

Venue

This course is recommended for any staff new to Assessment Manager or in need of a refresher and is prerequisite requirement to all the other assessment courses.

13th November 2019, 6th February 2020

Francis House, 760 Barking Road, Plaistow, London, E13 9PJ

Time

Cost

9:15 to 12:00

£320 (including VAT) per person for members and nonmembers.

Youth Mental Health First Aid About

Date

Venue

Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) is an internationally recognised course, designed to teach people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis.

18th & 19th November, 2019

Francis House, 760 Barking Road, Plaistow, London, E13 9PJ

Time

Cost

09:00 - 17:00

£320 (including VAT) per person for me,bers and non-members.

training@theeducationspace.co.uk

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INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

As part of our commitment to well-being initiatives, we are happy to offer a new training opportunity led by Fiona Grant, to learn some basic Indian Head Massage techniques.

Date: 14th November Time: 4:00pm - 6.00pm Location: Francis House Cost: £30 per person

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Developing Subject Leadership in Geography Geography can be one of the most exciting and exploratory subjects in the curriculum. From asking geographic questions, acquiring geographic resources and collecting data from a range of sources, children develop a better understanding of the world they are part of. The training course devised covers all of the above and more! It aims to support new subject leaders and also those who have been in role longer to enrich and develop their subject knowledge and leadership across their school. Session Coverage Includes: Session 1: Spring 2020 (Date TBC) Understanding and interpreting NC expectations Assessment – How do we assess? What do we use? What do we consider? How to evidence knowledge, understanding and skills Exploring forms of monitoring in Geography and practices to use Session 2: Spring 2020 (Date TBC) Geography in the classroom – practical teaching strategies and activities (this would draw upon evidencing and assessment from the first session) Session 3: Wednesday 10th June 2020 – 9am – 3:30pm Fieldwork activities for all year groups Risk assessments – what/why? Sharing and exploration of resources Fieldwork – An opportunity for you to take part in an exciting fieldtrip! Emma White - a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society Following the completion of a BSc (Hons) Geography degree and the publication of her dissertation research, Emma trained as a Secondary Geography teacher, gaining her QTS through a PGCE course. She worked for several years in the secondary setting, supporting the Geography Head of Department in planning and curriculum design, whilst carrying out the role of Year 8 Progress Leader. Looking for a new challenge, in 2014, Emma took up the role of Geography Subject Leader at Curwen Primary School, where she worked on developing the geography curriculum across the school. In 2017, the school was awarded the prestigious Gold standard Primary Geography Quality Mark, one of only 8 schools internationally to achieve the award that year. Geography continues to be a passion of Emma’s. She maintains close links with the Geographical Association and in early 2018 she was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. To find out more or get involved please contact: noori.khanom@ttlt.academy Session cost: £195 per delegate per session and all three session for £485

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Venue: Elmhurst Primary School Upton Park Road Forest Gate London E7 8JY

Course:

Developing A-Level Pedagogy Overview: After the first assessment period for the new 2017 A-level mathematics specifications the need for embedding of the over-arching themes is clear (Proof, problem solving, modelling, use of the large data set). This work group will examine the Pedagogy and embedding of these themes into mathematics departments through academic research and examine effective use of existing resources in lessons. (Note this course includes some academic reading and discussion).

Who is this for? This course is suitable for any teacher who has already delivered the A-level specification and would like specific support in delivering over-arching themes in Pedagogically sound way, however knowledge of the AS specification would be acceptable. Please note that this is not a subject development course and knowledge of the relevant mathematics will be assumed.

ď Ş Additional info

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please Note: Should you need to cancel, please give 72 hours notice or a ÂŁ150 admin fee will be charged.

Please use public transport as we cannot accommodate you in the staff car park.

What is involved: Each session will revolve around one of the over-arching themes, the last session will look at the 2019/2020 exam papers and evaluation. Session theme:

Date and time:

1. Proof

Friday 10th January 12:00-16:00

2. Problem solving

Tuesday 11th February 13:00-16:00

3. Modelling

Thursday 31st March 13:00-16:00

4. The large data set

Wednesday 29th April 13:00-16:00

5. Assessment and reflection

Tuesday 30th June 13:00-16:00

Expectations of participants and their schools Teachers will attend five face to face sessions, they will read academic papers and discuss these at the work group sessions. They will complete small gap

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Venue: Elmhurst Primary School Upton Park Road Forest Gate London E7 8JY

tasks, trialling resources with their students and share results with the wider group. They will also take part in the work group evaluation process by completing a ‘Participant Survey’.

Trainer: Gemma Boyle is a BSC Mathematics graduate with an MA in Mathematics education. She taught for 10 years in London Secondary Schools, five of these as a KS5 coordinator at a Hackney Academy with a highly successful record of results.. She is now the level 3 lead for the London North East and Central west Maths Hubs, as well as working as an Area Coordinator for the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme in South West London.

Funding: This Work Group is free to participants and is run in partnership with the AMSP.

Booking:

To reserve a place, please email the work group lead directly on gemmalouiseboyle@gmail.com or book through our website https://lneastmathshub.org.uk/cpd-and-local-projects-workgroups/level-3/

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VACANCIES Explore our full range of vacancies. Email your job to: recruitment@theeducationspace.co.uk

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Cover Site Supervisor Employer

Elmhurst Primary School

Salary

Scale 4 - £ £22,377 (gross) per annum

Location

Elmhurst Primary School

Hours

36 hours per week.

Closing Date

20/12/2019 23:59

Reference

Pri/19/110792

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/110792

Site Supervisor Scale 4 to 5 depending on experience Scale 4 - £22,377 (gross) per annum. Scale 5 - £24,462 (gross) per annum 36 hours per week. January 2020 – January 2021 This is a temporary position with some flexibility for extension to a more permanent contract.

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work in a well maintained and supportive school? This is an excellent opportunity for a hardworking and motivated person to join a successful and happy school, which is part of the well-established New Vision Trust. Our pupils, staff and wider community have the highest expectations and this is reflected in our beautiful school environment. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic site supervisor to join our outstanding school, who will maintain our existing high standards. The successful candidate will have: • Flexibility and willingness to work outside normal hours, if required • Ability to work well independently and as a team • Excellent organisational skills • Good level of DIY skills plumbing and decorating • Knowledge of general health and safety checks • Be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people An enhanced DBS check is required before taking up the appointment. Closing date: Friday 20th December 2019 Interviews will be held week commencing: TBC For further details please contact Yasmin Begum, Office Manager, at• Yasmin.begum@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk or Haris Djemal, Facilities Site Manager at• facilities.manager@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk.

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Elmhurst Primary School as part of the New Vision Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to satisfactory DBS, qualification and reference checks. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Administrative Assistant Employer

Elmhurst Primary School

Salary

Scale 4 - salary is £17,427.64 (gross)

Location

Elmhurst Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

20/12/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/109131

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/109131 Elmhurst Primary School Upton Park Road Forest Gate London E7 8JY Tel: 020 8472 1062 Head teacher: Ms Sukwinder Samra Email:• ssamra@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk

Administrative Assistant Scale 4 - salary is £17,427.64 (gross) 32.5 hours per week, term time only.

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work in a dynamic and supportive school? We are a four-form entry, outstanding primary school in East London with wonderful children who are keen to learn. We are ambitious for our pupils and believe in developing the whole child. We teach our children to achieve high academic standards, as well as enabling them to win debating competitions, act in Shakespearian plays and enjoy art visits to Venice, Rome and Amsterdam. Elmhurst is a respected National Teaching School and lead school of an English Hub and Maths Hub, providing excellent training opportunities for all staff. We are part of the New Vision Trust, which is a dynamic MAT of good and outstanding schools. Our school site includes bespoke training rooms and excellent accommodation. This is a great opportunity for an intelligent, hardworking and motivated person to join our friendly office staff. You will be part of a highly valued team who make a significant contribution to our school. The successful candidate will have: • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • High standards of literacy and numeracy (minimum ‘A’ level or level 3 standard equivalent but graduates are

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preferred) • Advanced IT skills including experience of MS word, Office and Excel • The ability to work in an organised way and to be able to prioritise a busy and varied workload • A professional manner and be smartly dressed • Prior experience of SIMS and PS Financials (preferred) An enhanced DBS check is required before taking up the appointment. Closing date: 20 December 2019 For application form and further details please apply online at: For technical enquires please call 020 8249 6946. For any other enquiries please contact Yasmin Begum at yasmin.begum@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk Elmhurst Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to satisfactory DBS, qualification and reference checks. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Full Time Experienced Teachers (MPS or UPS) Employer

Godwin Junior School

Salary

MPS or UPS

Location

Godwin Junior School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

30/11/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/113331

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113331 Full Time Experienced Teachers (MPS or UPS) To commence January 2020 Godwin Junior School is a successful, expanding three and four-form entry junior school in Forest Gate, Newham. We serve a vibrant and diverse community, where excellent relationships promote an inclusive, warm and secure environment where children feel safe and valued. Central to the ethos and vision of our school is the belief that every child can achieve well and that it is our purpose to ‘prepare our children for lifelong success’. As members of the Whole Education network, we are committed to developing the whole child - not just achieving strong academic results, but also helping the children to explore and develop their artistic, drama, musical, debating and sporting talents. Our UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools status demonstrates our commitment to global citizenship in the school’s ethos, curriculum and after-school clubs. We are seeking to appoint excellent teachers whose creativity and dynamism will inspire our highly-motivated pupils and help our school on the journey from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’. If you are interested in being a key part of this vision please visit our website for more information and arrange to visit the school. What makes us special? We offer… • motivated children who enjoy learning • an ethos in which all of our children are supported to discover their talents and be successful • a dedicated, highly-skilled and welcoming team of teachers and support staff who constantly seek to ensure that all of our children thrive • a leadership team who place our children at the heart of every decision • a real commitment to high-quality professional development as part of the Newham North Learning Partnership • a supportive, diverse community which contributes to our ethos What makes you special? You are… • an excellent classroom practitioner with a track-record of accelerating pupil progress • inspirational, creative and passionate about teaching • committed to excellence, inclusion and high expectations for all • an experienced and highly-motivated team-player • reflective and committed to professional development

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We offer the Inner London Weighting Allowance. We are seeking to appoint experienced teachers who have been class teachers in the UK, not NQTs. Candidates will be contacted upon receipt of application form.

Please see our website for more information about the school: • www.godwin.newham.sch.uk Visits to the school are very welcome. Please contact the School Business Manager, Mrs Kettle, on 020 8534 7601 or• rafi.kettle@godwin.newham.sch.uk, to arrange this. The school is committed to safer recruitment practice & pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any employment is confirmed. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Welfare Assistant Employer

Godwin Junior School

Salary

From £18108.84

Location

Godwin Junior School

Hours

35 hours per week.

Closing Date

30/11/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/113332

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113332 Welfare Assistant 35 hours per week Term time only Salary dependent upon experience: Scale 2 – 3 From £18108.84 We are looking to appoint a member of staff to join our team and contribute to the well-being of our pupils and the smooth-running of the school. Godwin Junior School is a successful, school in Forest Gate, Newham. We serve a vibrant and diverse community, where excellent relationships promote an inclusive, warm and secure environment where children feel safe and valued. Central to the ethos and vision of our school is the belief that every child can achieve well and that it is our purpose to ‘prepare our children for lifelong success’. We are committed to developing the whole child - not just achieving strong academic results, but also helping our children to explore and develop their artistic, drama, musical, debating and sporting talents. Our UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools status demonstrates our commitment to global citizenship in the school’s ethos, curriculum and after-school clubs. We invite applications from committed individuals who: • Enjoy caring for and working with children • Have effective verbal and written communication skills • Possess the ability to work flexibly as part of a team and on their own initiative • Have an up-to-date first aid certificate. Visits to the school are strongly encouraged. Please contact Rafi Kettle, the School’s Business Manager on 020 8534 7601 or rafi.kettle@godwin.newham.sch.uk Candidates will be contacted upon receipt of application form. The school is committed to safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any employment is confirmed. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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KS2 Teacher Employer

Brampton Primary School

Salary

Main Pay Scale (Teachers pay and conditions)

Location

Brampton Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

29/11/2019 23:59

Reference

Pri/19/113664

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113664

KS2 class teacher required for January 2020 start if possible We are seeking to appoint a full-time teacher who will: • be somebody who relishes the opportunity to work with amazing children, parents and colleagues, • be an excellent teacher who delivers 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 our vision of Building Personal Success, • have good levels of standard English • be a team player who works for the greater good of the whole school community, • have a sense of humour and see the funny side of what is a demanding, but rewarding job, • want to work in a place where we care about and respect each other, learn, laugh, have fun and achieve. In return for your commitment and enthusiasm, we can offer the opportunity to work alongside a talented team of leaders, teachers, teaching assistants, governors as well as supportive parents and children. Brampton Primary is a popular, successful and inclusive four-form school set in East Ham. Our children are wellbehaved and hard working. We 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 and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any employment is confirmed. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. Equal opportunities Brampton benefits from the rich variety of cultures and traditions held by children, parents and staff. We are looking for staff who share our values and determination to ensure that mutual respect and equality for all is promoted Informal visits are encouraged and welcomed and can be arranged by contacting Julie Ammi on 020 8472 0830. Closing Date: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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PPA Teacher Employer

Elmhurst Primary School

Salary

Main Pay Scale (Teachers pay and conditions)

Location

Elmhurst Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

29/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Pri/19/113451

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113451 Elmhurst Primary School Upton Park Road London E7 8JY Tel: 020 8472 1062 www.elmhurstprimary.co.uk Head teacher: Ms S Samra Email: ssamra@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk

PPA teacher

Required for January 2020. Closing date: 29th November, 2019 We are seeking to appoint a teacher who has: • Outstanding classroom practice or has the potential to develop this • The desire to develop professionally • A good academic background • Experience of teaching across KS1 and KS2 Elmhurst Primary School is an outstanding school which is part of the New Vision Trust, an ambitious and successful Multi Academy Trust (MAT) comprised of four good and outstanding primary schools in the London borough of Newham. Elmhurst Primary School is the lead school for the DfE nationally funded English and Maths Hub as well as being a successful Teaching School. Expertise across our school includes phonics (we are a Read Write Inc model schools), Mathematics, Art, Shakespeare and Debating, ensuring we have a rich and stimulating curriculum. Due to our national profile, Elmhurst is at the forefront of educational innovation, leading school improvement at a local and national level. Our staff are committed to ensuring that our learners receive the highest quality of education. As a member of the Elmhurst team, you will receive high quality support and development in your role.

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Professional Development: Access to high quality professional learning and leadership development, including nationally recognised programmes e.g. NPQSL & NPQML High quality induction programme for all joiners and the opportunity for extensive career progression Extended and paid opportunities for 1:1 tuition, after school clubs and running external courses Regular opportunities to work with a network of professionals through the LNE Maths, ETSA (Teaching school) and English Hub Personal and enrichment benefits: Inner London pay in the outer London Borough of Newham Resource rich working environment including laptops available to support planning and preparation Opportunities for study visits abroad – this year our staff and pupils will be going to France and Italy. Free onsite parking and easy access to public transport. If you are interested in working for Elmhurst Primary School, we encourage you to contact Sukwinder Samra (ssamra@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk) to arrange a visit to the school. For administrative enquiries please contact Yasmin Begum at• yasmin.begum@elmhurst.newham.sch.uk Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Lathom Junior School - KS2 Teaching Opportunity Employer

Lathom Junior School

Salary

Main Pay Scale (Teachers pay and conditions)

Location

Lathom Junior School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

27/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Pri/19/113455

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113455

Lathom Junior School - KS2 Teaching opportunity Required for: January/April 2020 Salary: Post: DBS check:

Main Pay Scale Full time Enhanced

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and creative Key Stage 2 teacher, who can bring with them a range of experiences, skills and ideas to enhance the already successful learning of our children, colleagues and families within our community. The successful candidate will be joining a supportive and collaborative team of colleagues within our five-form entry school. Across our provision, we are well resourced, in terms of: people, equipment, grounds and children. CPD is a priority for everyone. If you would like to become part of our team and experience the rewards of working with enthusiastic colleagues and children who are excited about learning and supported by their families in a richly diverse community - please apply. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed; please contact Ravinder Jutla (School Business Manager) and ask for either Martin Stanley (Head of School) or Yolanda Musinguzi (Deputy Headteacher) to make arrangements. Closing date: Wednesday 27.11.19 Interviews: Thursday 10.12.19 We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS. Altmore & Lathom Schools Federation supports Equal Opportunities Employment. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Deputy Head Teacher Employer

Portway Primary School

Salary

Leadership range 16 - 20

Location

Portway Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

27/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Pri/19/113809

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113809

Deputy Head teacher of Portway Primary School Required for January 2020/April 2020 Leadership range 16 - 20 Portway Primary School is part of the • Leading Learning Trust. Chief Executive Officer – Emma Nicholls Headteacher – Scott Chudley We are looking to appoint a dynamic, innovative and outstanding Deputy Head to join the Leadership Team of Portway Primary School. We welcome applications from experienced leaders who will: • Undertake the day-to-day operational management of the school, as directed by the Head teacher; • Support the Headteacher to formulate, communicate and deliver a strategic vision for our school; • Work collaboratively with staff to ensure support of this vision and to encourage their own professional development; • Put safeguarding at the heart of everything they do; • Have a strong vision of what excellent teaching and learning looks like, and the energy, commitment and professional expertise to deliver this across the whole school; • Encourages positive engagement of children, staff, parents and the wider community in the life of Portway Primary School. 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! Visits to the school are most welcomed and considered essential. To arrange a visit and/or informal discussion about this post, please contact Scott Chudley – Head teacher on 020 84727142.

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Please visit our website for further information about • Portway Primary School. Closing date for applications – 27th November 2019 Shortlisting - 28th November 2019 Interviews – 4th December 2019 Portway Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all our staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the DBS. We are fully committed to safeguarding children. References and qualification checks will be undertaken. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Teacher of Science with potential TLR Employer

Lister Community School

Salary

Classroom Teachers payscale (Inner London)

Location

Lister Community School

Hours Closing Date

25/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Sec/19/113578

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113578 TEACHER OF SCIENCE (Teachers Inner London payscale) (with potential TLR 2B allowance for a Head of Subject for outstanding candidates) Required for January 2020 (NQTs are welcome to apply) About Lister, 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 +0.30 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. A positive impact: Our students are courteous, motivated and have high aspirations. You would be working in a school where around 61% of students are identified as Pupil Premium and 60% with EAL and where staff are committed to addressing educational disadvantage. The chance to develop: Work alongside colleagues with high expectations, engage with a broad range of exceptional CPD tailored to your own professional development as part of the Lister teacher toolkit programme. Subject specific CPD includes working alongside the Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Chemistry. Work in a team that provides real potential for career progression. 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 pre-employment and enhanced DBS checks. As part of our continued focus to further develop impact on student progress we are seeking to appoint a passionate Science Teacher to join our dedicated Science team.

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If you think you have the potential to work as an outstanding Teacher of Science then an application form can be downloaded directly from the TES website or the 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: 9:00 am on Monday, 25th November 2019 Interviews: Wednesday, 27th November 2019 (subject to applications) We will acknowledge receipt of all application forms. If you do not receive acknowledgement, please do not assume that your application has been received. We will only contact those candidates who have been selected to progress to the next stage of the process. An application form can be downloaded directly from the TES website the 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

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Teacher Employer

Essex Primary School

Salary

Main Pay Scale (Teachers pay and conditions)

Location

Essex Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

22/11/2019 23:59

Reference

Pri/19/113743

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113743

Outstanding Year 6 Teacher Essex Primary School “Everyone Valued, Everyone Challenged, Everyone Achieving” Start date: Immediate Salary: Main Scale Location: Newham Contract type: Full time Contract term: Permanent Essex Primary School is an outstanding school committed to raising standards of achievement and providing all children remarkable opportunities with a cultural inclusive curriculum. We are a large, four-form entry school with a Nursery and ASD Resourced Provision. We are located in the London Borough of Newham – a vibrant, inner city borough just 25 minutes from the centre of London, within an ethnically diverse local community. Essex Primary School is an exciting place to work and learn. We are looking for an inspiring, highly motivated and experienced practitioner to join our dedicated team of staff. You must have the following qualities: • A good understanding of the year 6 curriculum and the end of KS2 SATs • Be highly skilled in delivering English and Maths lessons • The ability to create a stimulating learning environment where pupils of all ability are making accelerated progress • Be dedicated to motivate and inspire pupils through creative learning opportunities • A strong work ethics with the desire to keep learning We offer: • An opportunity to make a positive difference to children’s learning • Hardworking children who enjoy school and strive to succeed • A passionate and enthusiastic team with excellent opportunities for CPD • A strong leadership team with a clear focus and direction

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• A supportive, diverse community which contributes to our ethos We welcome informal visits from prospective applicants for a tour of the school and an initial conversation with the Associate Head Teacher. Please contact Jas Seehra, Office Manager. Telephone: 020 8472 0322 or • jaswant.seehra@essex.newham.sch.uk Closing date: Friday 22nd November 2019 Interviews: Week beginning 2nd December 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.

Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Specialist Speech and Language Therapist Employer

Selwyn Primary School

Salary

£30,790 - £35,797 (Dependant on experience)

Location

Selwyn Primary School

Hours

35 hours per week.

Closing Date

22/11/2019 23:59

Reference

Pri/19/113769

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113769

Specialist Speech and Language Therapist (Hearing Impairment)

35 hours, Term Time Only

*Scale Point PO3 or PO4 Equivalent Depending on Experience and Qualifications

Scale Point PO3: £36,711 - £39,774 35 hours per week - Term Time Only Actual Salary P03 for Term Time Only: £30,790 - £33,359 --Scale Point PO4: £39,774 - £42,681 35 hours per week - Term Time Only Actual Salary P04 for Term Time Only: £33,359 - £35,797

This is a one year full time fixed term contract with a view to being a permanent post.

*Please note that the salaries noted are in line with the NJC Greenbook for Support Staff in Educational settings. REQUIRED BY - January 2020 or as soon as possible

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Selwyn Primary School is part of the • Leading Learning Trust. Head teacher – Helen Mawer CEO - Emma Nicholls Please visit our website for further information about • Selwyn Primary School. We are looking for a Band 6 or Band 7 equivalent Speech and Language Therapist to work within our Hearing Impairment unit at Selwyn Primary School. Are you an experienced SLT with the enthusiasm and motivation to work with deaf children in the London Borough of Newham? This unique opportunity allows you to develop and deliver high quality service to school aged deaf children and their families. This will be based at Selwyn School, and will work to build capacity and resilience amongst the families within the framework expected by the London Borough of Newham. This is a unique opportunity to work with a successful and growing team delivering a seamless service. There are strong links with academic professionals and professionals in national health services. Essential Criteria: • Carrying out formal and informal assessment and making diagnostic decisions. • Setting and evaluating aims and objectives regarding speech, language and communication. • Carrying out direct and indirect therapy interventions. • Working with others, including families, teaching staff and other professionals. • Maintaining best practice clinical standards as per RCSLT CQ live guidelines. • Maintaining a working knowledge of local policies and procedures and legal frameworks. • Carrying out required administrative duties. • Working independently and accessing support as needed. • Taking independent responsibility for continuing professional development and maintaining up to date HCPC registration • Any other duties as discussed with the leadership team. • A passion for working with Deaf and Hearing Impaired children of school age. • Good communication and interpersonal skills • Knowledge and understanding of working within a culturally diverse community • Ability to develop effective strategies to engage hard-to-reach families • Experience of liaising effectively with relevant agencies, including health professionals • Current member of the HCPC and RCSLT Desirable but not essential: • Demonstrable experience of working with children who use cochlear implants and hearing aids, including a strong focus on listening and spoken language • At least 2 years experience as an SLT with additional training and experience of working with deaf children and their families. Experienced in delivering training to educational professionals • Experience of developing language programmes with a focus on speaking and listening. • Experience working with children with Sensory Processing Disorders • Experience working with children with complex needs including ASD. This may also include children who may use alternative forms of communication (AAC) • Training and experience working with children with challenging behaviours • Training in mealtime difficulties and dysphagia management We can offer the right candidate: excellent CPD and professional development opportunities within a vibrant, friendly and dedicated school community. This includes the opportunity to train towards Auditory Verbal Therapist Certification for appropriate candidates. Closing date for applications:

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Friday, 22nd November 2019 Interviews will take place during the week commencing: w/b 6th January 2020 or sooner 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. 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 500 pupils on roll including part-time nursery pupils. Selwyn is the Newham resourced school for deaf pupils who are fully integrated into mainstream. Selwyn has a well-established Inclusion Team. In our SEN review (October 2016) by Diane Rochford, resourced provision was described as ‘a very strong provision’. The report also reported a strength of the provision as ‘A highly structured and specialised team with strong leadership of a range of different and well qualified specialists supporting the deaf provision.’ Visits to our school are encouraged and are most welcome. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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English Graduate: Intervention Teacher Employer

Essex Primary School

Salary

Teachers pay and conditions (Depending on experience)

Location

Essex Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

22/11/2019 13:41

Reference

Pri/19/113745

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113745

English Graduate: Intervention Teacher Essex Primary School “Everyone Valued, Everyone Challenged, Everyone Achieving” Start date: Immediate Salary: Unqualified Teacher Location: Newham Contract type: Full time Contract term: Permanent Do you have the desire and passion to teach and make a difference? Are you seeking for a new challenge and exciting opportunity? Are you thinking of pursuing a teaching career in the coming future? Essex Primary School is an outstanding school committed to raising standards of achievement and providing all children remarkable opportunities with a cultural inclusive curriculum. We are a large, four-form entry school with a Nursery and ASD Resourced Provision. We are located in the London Borough of Newham – a vibrant, inner city borough just 25 minutes from the centre of London, within an ethnically diverse local community. We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic English Graduate to join our dedicated team of staff. The job will require you to work with small groups of year 6 pupils and deliver high quality reading and writing interventions where pupils are making accelerated progress. You must be keen to learn, have a positive attitude and the ability to work collaboratively with year 6 teachers. We welcome informal visits from prospective applicants for a tour of the school and an initial conversation with the Associate Head Teacher. Please contact Jas Seehra, Office Manager. Telephone: 020 8472 0322 or • jaswant.seehra@essex.newham.sch.uk Closing date: Friday 22nd November 2019 Interviews: Week beginning 2nd December 2019

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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.

Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Teaching Assistant Employer

Ronald Openshaw Nursery Education Centre

Salary

£20,835 - £23,607 (£16725 - £18951 pro rata)

Location

Ronald Openshaw Nursery Education Centre

Hours

33.5 hours per week. 8.30am-3.30pm plus weekly staff meeting. 8.30am3.30pm plus weekly staff meeting

Closing Date

18/11/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/113240

Link to Vacancy

http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113240

Ronald Openshaw Nursery Education Centre Henniker Road Stratford London E15 1JP Tel no: 020 8534 6196 Teaching Assistant

33.5hrs per week – term time only 8.30am-3.30pm plus weekly staff meeting Salary Scale 2-4 pro rata depending on qualification We are looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant to start in January 2020 at the latest. Are you able to bring out the very best in children with your enthusiastic approach and creative thinking? Do you want to work in a busy, warm and friendly environment in the heart of Stratford? Ronald Openshaw Nursery Education Centre is a main stream nursery school which is also resourced for children with complex special needs. If you feel that you could make a real difference to the lives of the children from this diverse community and would like to work within a supportive and professional team then please apply, we would love to hear from you. We offer excellent opportunities for professional development. Visits to the nursery are welcomed and encouraged. Closing Date: 18.11.19 Interviews:

28.11.19

See the job brief for further details.

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Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Lunchtime Play Co-ordinator / Supervisor Employer

St Francis' Catholic Primary School

Salary

Salary, Scale 2, £3,134 pro rata

Location

St Francis' Catholic Primary School

Hours

6.33 hours per week.

Closing Date

18/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Pri/19/113447

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113447 ST FRANCIS’ CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL Contract type: Part time Contract term: Permanent Start date: As soon as possible Diocese of Brentwood St. Francis’ Catholic Primary School Maryland Park, Main Entrance in Bow Street, London E15 1HD Tel: 020 8534 0476 Email: info@st-francis.newham.sch.uk

Required As soon as possible: The Governors at St. Francis’ Catholic Primary School are seeking to appoint a Lunchtime Play Co-ordinator 6.33 hours, 38 weeks per year Salary, Scale 2, £3,134 Applicants will need to: • Be enthusiastic • Have good communication skills • Have a willingness to listen • Be able to work on their own • Be able to use their initiative • Be able to support children and colleagues • Have experience of working with children • Love working with children and supporting their families • Be flexible and enjoy working as part of a team • Be prepared to be First Aid trained This post will include:-

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• Supervising children in the dining hall and classrooms • Assisting children with good table manners and lunchtime courtesy • Organising games and play opportunities • Being imaginative and creative while promoting positive play and social inclusion • Helping children to resolve disputes • Dealing with behaviour in accordance with school’s behaviour policy What we offer: • A commitment to your professional development • Welcoming and hardworking colleagues • Fantastic indoor and outdoor learning environment and resources • Enthusiastic pupils and supportive parents Closing date for applications: Monday 18th November 2019 Interviews: Week beginning Monday 25th November 2019 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. A disqualification declaration questionnaire maybe required for this post. NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools

Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Experienced KS2 Class Teacher Employer

St James Church of England Junior School

Salary

National Teachers Pay & Conditions (Inner London - TLR's Available)

Location

St James Church of England Junior School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

15/11/2019 17:00

Reference

Pri/17/27215

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/27215 Experienced KS2 Class Teacher required as soon as possible Dates: Apply by 5 pm, Friday, 15th November 2019 Salary: Teacher Main Scale M1 – M6 A TLR allowance may be available for the right candidate Location: Newham Contract type: Full Time Contract term: Permanent Experienced KS2 Class Teacher required. St James' C of E Junior School is a vibrant, multicultural, multi-faith, friendly and ever improving school. We are a "good" school (Ofsted, January 2013) and we are proud of our children, the community we serve and the team which is St James'. We are focused on raising standards through outstanding learning and teaching and we are looking to appoint an outstanding practitioner with a proven record of achieving good progress for the children they teach. This teacher will have at least two years' class teacher experience and be an enthusiastic, passionate hardworking individual. All applicants with a positive work ethic that are able to motivate themselves and others should apply. The successful applicant will be: • Able to demonstrate outstanding teaching skills • Determined to help raise standards • Highly motivated and hardworking • Committed to working flexibly and effectively, as part of a team, in a supportive environment • Willing to embrace, fully, all aspects of school life. • A team player, open to coaching and mentoring. We can offer: • Pupils that "....behave well, show a thirst for new knowledge and skills and thrive on the opportunities provided..." (Ofsted, January 2013) • A friendly and supportive staff • A welcoming caring community and a highly motivated professional staff team • A pleasant working environment • Subject leadership opportunities

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• Excellent opportunities for professional development • Possible TLR for candidates with suitable experience Visits to the school are warmly invited and actively encouraged. Please make an appointment to meet with the Co-Headteachers, Rose Boland-Bourne and Fiona Hall through the school office. St. James' Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A full DBS disclosure is required. Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 15th November 2019 Interviews and lesson observations will be held during week commencing Monday, 18th November 2019. St James' CE Junior School Tower Hamlets Road, Forest Gate, London E7 9DA Tel: 020 8534 4030 • www.st-james.newham.sch.uk Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant Employer

Colegrave Primary School

Salary

Scale 2 – Point 4 (£5,082.95 Pro Rata)

Location

Colegrave Primary School

Hours

10 hours per week.

Closing Date

15/11/2019 09:00

Reference

Pri/19/113425

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113425 Colegrave Primary School

Henniker Road London E15 1JY Head Teacher Ms Tahreem Shaz Vennus Telephone – 0208-534-0243 Email –• info@colegrave.newham.sch.uk

Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant

Term Time only (39 weeks per year) 11.30am – 1.30pm daily (10 hours per week) Scale 2 – Point 4

Do you have good communications skills?

Are you organised and enjoy working with children?

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Duties will include:• Supervising and promoting orderly behaviour in the dining room and playground • Ensuring the safety of the children during lunchtime • Attending to minor accidents • Helping children resolve disputes • Organising and supervising lunchtime play activities • To engage with pupils through play and activities

Previous experience will be an advantage, but is not essential. Appropriate training will be given to the successful candidate.

The successful candidate must undergo a DBS police check.

Closing date and Shortlisting: Friday 15th November 2019 Interview: Wednesday 20th November 2019 Start Date: As soon as possible Head Teacher: Tahreem Shaz-Vennus Deputy Head Teachers: Nazia Ishaq and Abbie Ojkuwu

Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Adult that Supports Learning (ASL) - SEN Employer

Gainsborough Primary School

Salary

ÂŁ15000 - ÂŁ19999

Location

Gainsborough Primary School

Hours

35 hours per week. 8:30am to 3:30pm. 8:30am to 3:30pm

Closing Date

13/11/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/113595

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113595 ASL Support Vacancy to work with 1:1 with our pupils with autism We are looking to appoint a teaching assistant to work on a 1:1 basis with our pupils with autism. Many of our children have severe learning difficulties and require support with all aspects of their day including eating, drinking and using the toilet. Teaching assistants support the children to access learning at their own level, following a personalised plan. The role is a challenging but rewarding one. We are looking people who are: Child focussed, and put the needs of the children first Calm under pressure Good at communicating A team player Committed to learning more about pupils with autism, and how best to support them Committed to inclusion Understand what good learning can look like What we offer: Induction Fantastic children An inclusive school A very knowledgeable and supportive team Relevant training One year contract initially- with the likelihood of extension. Shortlisted applicants will be required to complete a basic English and Mathematics test and attend an interview. The post is 8.30- 3.30 Monday to Friday during term time -35 hours per week. Unqualified: Scale 2- point 12 pro rata

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Qualified: Scale 3- point 14-17 pro rata Closing date: Wednesday 13th November 2019 Test and tour of School: Week beginning 18th November 2019 Interviews: Week beginning week beginning 25th November 2019 For more information about the role please contact Alex Roberts (Assistant Head Teacher) for further information. Please complete an EKO application form. Gainsborough Primary School is committed to safe guarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share that commitment. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Sports Coach Employer

Manor Primary School

Salary

Pro-rata Salary £18626 - £18962

Location

Manor Primary School

Hours

36 hours per week.

Closing Date

11/11/2019 12:00

Reference

Pri/19/113261

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113261 Sports Coach Employer: Manor Primary School Salary: £21591 - £21981 (Pro-rata Salary £18626 - £18962) Location: Manor Primary School Contract: Permanent Working Pattern: Term Time Hours: 36 hours per week. DBS Check: Enhanced Closing Date: 11/11/2019 at Midday Manor Primary School Richardson Road Stratford London E15 3BA Headteacher: Kate McGee Sports Coach – Scale 3 36 hours per week / 39 weeks per year (Term Time) £21591 - £21981 (Pro-rata Salary £18626 - £18962) Manor Primary School is looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and hardworking individual to fulfil the role of sports coach in our bright and happy school. We are looking for someone who is forward-thinking, dynamic and shares our dedication to giving our children the best start in life. Our children come from a richly diverse community which fully supports our aims and practices.

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The successful candidate will: • be enthusiastic, hard-working and committed to providing a varied and full P.E. curriculum offer to our children • have a qualification at minimum Level 2 in the National Qualification Framework in English and Mathematics • have experience of advancing pupils’ learning in a range of sporting activities • have high expectations of the behaviour of children • hold a minimum Level 3 qualification in a sport related discipline / coaching role • facilitate extra-curricular sporting opportunities for pupils including running clubs and teams and entering into competitions both within and outside of the school • be professional, courteous and positive The school will offer: • an opportunity to work in a positive and happy environment • support for training that the successful candidate wishes to undertake Start Date: As soon as possible Visits to Manor Primary School are welcomed and encouraged. Please telephone Michael Briden, School Business Manager, on 0208 534 2238 to arrange an informal visit. Application form and further details please apply on line at• https://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies For technical enquires please call 020 8249 6946. For any other enquiries please contact the school directly. The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is Midday on Monday 11th November 2019. Shortlisting will take place on Monday 11th November and interviews will be held on Tuesday 19th November. Equal Opportunities The School 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. Safeguarding At Manor, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.

How to apply Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly. Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team 020 7427 8250. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Teaching Assistant Employer

Dersingham Primary School

Salary

£20835 to £21210 (pro rata salary £16226 - £16518)

Location

Dersingham Primary School

Hours

32.5 hours per week.

Closing Date

08/11/2019 23:55

Reference

Pri/19/113253

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/113253 FULL-TIME TEACHING ASSISTANT REQUIRED Salary: Scale 2 point 11-13 (unqualified) DERSINGHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL, MANOR PARK E12 5QJ is a fantastic 3-form entry primary school with wellbehaved pupils, a positive and welcoming ethos and lovely parents! Are you a flexible, resilient teaching assistant with experience of working with pupils with ADHD, ASD, learning difficulties or emotional behaviour disorders and/or experience of working in mainstream classrooms and delivering intervention programmes? If so, we would love to find out about your skills and abilities and how you could work with our team to inspire and motivate our pupils. This post is initially for 1 year with the possibility of a permanent contract thereafter. Closing Date: Friday 8th November 2019 Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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Experienced Academic Assistant to start as soon as possible Employer

St James Church of England Junior School

Salary

£15000 - £19999

Location

St James Church of England Junior School

Hours

36 hours per week.

Closing Date

08/11/2019 18:00

Reference

Pri/19/110132

Link to Vacancy http://ats-npw.jgp.co.uk/vacancies/view/110132 Required as soon as possible Experienced Academic Assistant Qualified: Scale 3 36 hours per week, term time only. (39 weeks) St James’ C of E Junior School is looking to appoint an experienced and reliable Academic Assistant to join our friendly, hard-working and supportive team. We would like to meet you if you have experience working in partnership with teachers to support the needs of individual children and working in intervention groups. A calm approach is essential. The successful candidate will be flexible and enthusiastic with a willingness to develop their skills. The purpose of the job : • To support the education and welfare of pupils as directed by managers and class teachers, having due regard to the school’s aim’s, objectives, schemes of work and policies, and relevant national requirements. • To share in the corporate responsibility for the well-being and discipline of all pupils. • To provide day-to-day support for pupils, teachers, the curriculum and the school. • To support a range of different ability groups including more able, less able and children with SEND or EAL. We can offer: • A friendly, supportive and professional team. • A pleasant working environment. • Opportunities for development. St James’ is committed to the safeguarding of its pupils and employees. References will be obtained before the interview and the successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. Closing date: Friday 8th November 2019 Interviews: Week beginning Monday 11th November 2019 Please apply online. For technical difficulties, please contact the Support Team. For further information about the role, please contact the school directly.

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The Education Space - Newsletter 2019 - ISSUE 19  

The Education Space - Newsletter 2019 - ISSUE 19