We are looking for an enthusiastic, confident and hardworking individual to join our professional and friendly team.
The person we are looking for will: We would love to welcome you to our school so that you can experience first-hand what it is like to be part of our distinctive community.
You will need to be flexible and effective with a good understanding on how to motivate pupils to learn.
The skills for the role include an enthusiasm to support each pupil to reach their full potential.
Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and staff childcare disclosure declaration.
Cockney Hill, Reading, RG30 4EXHead Teacher: Mr Philip Davies Tel: 0118 9023152 • Fax: 0118 9504172Email: [email protected] £18,070–£20,138 pa, pro rata(£11,745–£13,089 pa, actual)Part time 8.30am–2.45pm, 28.75 hours per week Term time, plus two Inset Days Prospect School is looking to take on enthusiastic Learning Mentors, working within several areas such as learning support, behaviour support or in the Bridge (specialist resource for students with specific or moderate learning difficulties), although you may be required to work in any of these areas at times as required. The post holder will be committed to helping students in removing barriers to learning.
Would you like to join our team of excellent practitioners?
A satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this role.The role of the Careers Lead is to lead and deliver information and guidance across all key stages, facilitate the careers programme through the PSHE department, organise and promote careers events and co-ordinate/support work experience placements in the Sixth form.The post would suit someone who is flexible with good IT and organisational skills, able to use their initiative. Further details and the Support Staff application form can be downloaded from our school website: Please note that we are unable to accept CVs.All enquiries and applications via email only to: [email protected] (SCP 21–28) • Actual salary £13,047–£16,173 pa. Permanent • 29 hours per week, 4 days a week term-time 8.30am–4.30pm (with occasional days to work in the holidays or to attend relevant Inset days or training).Geoffrey Field Junior School is a well-established school at the heart of the local community with a reputation for leading innovation and working well with others in order to provide the best quality of education.