Teaching Assistant x2 â Vac Ref â CALS9a
(1x one yearâ s contract due to fluctuating pupil numbers until 31 August 2023)
Hours : 32.5 per week, term time only 38+1 weeksÂ
Salary: Grade 5B Â£20,043 pro rata â Actual Â£15,058.58
Required: As soon as possible
DO YOU SHARE OUR PASSION TO INSPIRE EVERY YOUNG PERSON TO REACH THEIR POTENTIAL?Â
Caldew Lea Primary School is a school very much at the heart of the local community it serves. It has a long and proud tradition of educating and inspiring the children of west Carlisle. The Trustees are seeking to employ two teaching assistants that are creative, imaginative, highly motivated and committed to improving the life chances of children.Â
Caldew Lea became part of the Cumbria Education Trust in the Autumn Term 2019; it is led with shared vision, honesty and purpose. Caldew Lea is a rapidly improving school with an exciting future; we are committed to creating a vibrant, innovative and inspiring learning environment which maximises the potential of our children and community. The successful candidates will be joining Caldew Lea at an exciting time, as we continue to build on our recent successes and move forward on our journey to establish ourselves as one of the highest performing schools in our local area.
This is an opportunity to join the School at a pivotal time and be part of our vision of providing an exciting and innovative education for the pupils at Caldew Lea Primary School.
We are looking for two enthusiastic and energetic teaching assistants to join us as soon as possible. Ideally, applicants will be experienced TAs willing to work across all year groups. However, it is expected one position will be based predominantly in EYFS/KS1 and one in KS2'as you may be deployed to work across any year group in school, at the Headteacherâ s discretion.
The successful candidates will:
â ¢ Be a good communicator committed to being part of an effective support team within
the whole school community
â ¢ Set high expectations and have a commitment to supporting learners to achieve well
â ¢ Be self-motivated, adaptable and reliable
â ¢ Have experience of working across a range of ages and abilities
â ¢ Have experience of working with young children with SEND/SEMH needs.
We can offer:
â ¢ A commitment to your personal and professional development and the opportunity to
develop your role
â ¢ Friendly and enthusiastic children and a supportive team ethos.
If you have the qualities required, along with the passion and aspirations to contribute to the success of the School and the MAT, then we would welcome an application from you. Please state your strengths in your application letter â experience of supporting across a range of age groups would be advantageous.Â
Please Note: The Cumbria Education Trust does not accept CVs. If you wish to apply for this post please complete an application form which can be found along with the job description and/or recruitment pack on the Trustâ s website at http://www.cumbriaeducationtrust.org/vacanciesÂ
Â Please send completed applications to: email@example.com
Remember to include a supporting letter and ensure that you give contact telephone numbers (daytime and evening) and contact numbers and email addresses for your referees.Â Â
Closing date: 26th August 2022
Interviews shall be held: WC 12th September 2022
The Cumbria Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS disclosure and Barred List checks are required for this post.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
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