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Schools’ Post The recruitment newsletter for primary schools IN THE SOUTH WEST

Edition: No. 22

www.theschoolspost.co.uk

7th November 2012


Situations Vacant PLEASE NOTE: All positions posted are subject to an enhanced CRB Disclosure check along with other relevant employment checks.

TEACHING VACANCIES Fixed Term, Part Time, Year 3/4

Class Teacher MPS/UPS St George’s Church of England Primary School Admiralty Street, Plymouth PL1 3RX Tel: 01752 227957 Email: admin@st-georges.plymouth.sch.uk Website: st-georges.plymouth.sch.uk

We are looking for an outstanding classroom practitioner to teach our year 3/4 class for 2.5 days a week from January 2013. You need to have high expectations, be able to inspire and motivate pupils and be able to support the school’s Christian ethos. This post is temporary due to future staff reorganisation. It is a great opportunity for the right person to join our dedicated team. An application pack is available from admin@st-georges.plymouth.sch.uk or see our school website www.st-georges.plymouth.sch.uk Closing date: Friday 23rd November 2012. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This appointment is subjected to enhanced CRB employment checks.

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Situations Vacant PLEASE NOTE: All positions posted are subject to an enhanced CRB Disclosure check along with other relevant employment checks.

SUPPORT VACANCIES Temporary Required from 1st January 2013 to 31st August 2013

0.6 FTE Teaching Assistant (Level 2) - NJC Grade C

Shakespeare Primary School 400, Honicknowle Lane, Honicknowle, Plymouth PL5 3JU Tel: 01752 312048 Email: morkney@shakespeare.plymouth.sch.uk Head teacher: Mrs Karen Menis Roll: 420 + 36 place Nursery, Ages 3 to 11

www.shakespeare.plymouth.sch.uk

We would like to welcome an outstanding, enthusiastic, flexible and highly motivated individual, to initially join our team to support a pupil with a diagnosis of ADHD. The post holder is required to work for 15.75 hrs per week in the first instance. The role is to support an individual pupil in Year 6, with behaviour, emotional and social needs during structured and unstructured times, as he makes the transition from ACE to Shakespeare Primary School, before preparing for secondary transition. The successful post-holder will be expected to support pupils to develop skills of independence, self-confidence and social interaction, as part of a team, as well as having high expectations of pupils’ behaviour. The ideal candidate will have an NVQ3, experience of working with pupils with challenging behaviour in upper primary schools and demonstrate a willingness to work as part of a team. We offer a warm welcome to prospective candidates. Please contact the Head teacher on 01752 312048, for an informal chat. Application forms are available from the school office or alternatively please send a large stamped A4 self-addressed envelope to Shakespeare Primary School, 400 Honicknowle Lane, Plymouth PL5 3JU. Closing date: Noon, Tuesday 20th November 2012. This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure.

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Situations Vacant PLEASE NOTE: All positions posted are subject to an enhanced CRB Disclosure check along with other relevant employment checks.

SUPPORT VACANCIES Required as soon as possible

Permanent Meal Time Supervisor 1.5 hrs per day Monday to Friday Grade B (point dependant on experience)

St Peters CE (VA) Primary School Rendle Street, Plymouth PL1 1TP Tel: (01752) 667724 Headteacher: Mrs J Digweed Roll:139 plus Nursery Email: st.peters.ce.primary.school@plymouth.gov.uk Website: www.st-peterscofe.plymouth.sch.uk

We wish to appoint a suitable Meal Time Supervisor to ensure the provision of a secure and welcoming facility to support, encourage and supervise pupils whilst eating their meal and undertaking play activities. The successful candidate will be required to supervise all Meal Time Assistants, arrange a daily rota and delegate duties to all other MTA’s. They will also be required to ensure smooth running of mealtime arrangements and promote constructive play ideas with pupils, encourage children to eat meals provided and promote good table manners and appropriate behaviour. At the end of each lunchtime session, they will be required to ensure children return to their classrooms in a calm manner, ready to learn. Please send a large-stamped A4 self-addressed envelope for an application form. Closing date: Friday 9th November 2012. We are committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to a satisfactory enhanced CRB check.

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The Herald Listing Plymouth Association of Primary Heads

We propose to place an advertisement in The Herald each week to point applications at The Schools’ Post Website. This will help to generate more enquires to the site and therefore increase the number of hits. There will be an additional charge for each position that is listed (The more schools that use it - the cheaper it is). The estimated cost of this additional charge ranges from £50 to £70 for each position, depending on the amount of positions advertised. A minimum of 2 positions will have to be advertised to ensure these rates can be offered. The cost, including the cost of the Herald listing is still substantially cheaper than a full advertisement in the Herald. Below a previous weeks listing in the recruitment section of The Herald ....

Plymouth Association of Primary Heads

Plymouth Primary School Vacancies Parent & Family Support Worker Victoria Road Primary Meal Time Supervisor St Peter's CE Primary Application details are available online at

w: theschoolspost.co.uk

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