Vacancies

HEAD OF YEAR

Hours of Work: Full Time

Contract: Permanent

Starting Date: September 2017

Salary: Professional Grade: M Scale / UPR plus TLR 2

Closing Date: Monday 19th June 2017 at midday

Interviews: Friday 23rd  June 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Hiltingbury Junior School for an ambitious practitioner to join the senior leadership team as a Head of Year.  Our Heads of Year play a key role in the leadership of teaching and learning and delivery of the strategic plan.  It is a post that requires positivity, high expectations and excellent inter-personal skills. 

We are designated as a National Support School and are the named school for the new LEARN Primary Alliance.  We work collaboratively with other schools locally, nationally and internationally and pride ourselves on the professional development opportunities that we can offer our staff.  We are innovative and forward thinking and are at an exciting point in our school’s journey.

Our pupils are a delight to teach – they are resilient, conscientious and enthusiastic learners.  Our staff are professional, committed and welcoming.  Our parents are supportive and our governors challenge and celebrate the work that we do.  We are incredibly proud of our school and would encourage you to come and visit us to find out more.

We would be interested to hear from you whether you are new to school leadership or looking for your next leadership challenge.  Please also get in touch if this is a post that you would love to apply for but you would not be able to join us until January 2018.

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TEACHER REQUIRED TO TEACH A PUPIL WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)

Hours of Work: 15 hours per week, Monday to Friday, term time only

Contract: Fixed term

Starting Date: September 2017

Salary: Professional Grade

Closing Date: Friday 16th June 2017

Interviews: Friday 23rd June 2017

We wish to appoint an experienced and outstanding teacher to teach a Year 4 pupil with Autism. The person appointed will have an inclusive approach, so that the pupil can access the curriculum and develop relationships with others. A sensitivity to the pupil’s cognitive learning, emotional and sensory needs is essential.  The successful applicant needs to work closely with outside agencies, the pupil’s mainstream class teacher and teaching assistant.

In conjunction with the class teacher the successful candidate will also be responsible for planning, differentiating, resourcing work, submitting reports, record keeping and assessments.

Hiltingbury Junior is a happy and forward thinking school, where children show a really positive attitude towards their learning and standards are high. The appointed teacher will be joining a committed team of teachers who put wellbeing at the heart of the school.

Hiltingbury Junior School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.

Visits are welcome and can be arranged via the School Office.  Please click on the link below to download the job description and application form.

Please return your completed form to adminoffice@hiltingbury-jun.hants.sch.uk

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LUNCHTIME SUPERVISORY ASSISTANT

Part time/job share considered

Salary Details: EHCC Grade A

Hours of Work: 11:55 – 13:05 Monday to Friday term time only

We are looking to recruit a caring Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant who enjoys working with children. The successful candidate will need to be: confident when dealing with pupils, a good communicator, a team player, calm and willing to undertake first aid training.

The role involves a variety of responsibilities, which are allocated on rotation:

  • Playground/field supervision, dining hall duties and wet break supervision in class
  • Promoting ‘Positive Play’, ensuring productive lunchtime activities for pupils, including the ability to make suggestions and involve yourself in activities
  • Ensuring that good order and discipline is maintained in accordance with the school’s agreed Behaviour Policy
  • Administering basic first aid and keeping records of accidents, liaising with other staff as necessary
  • Attending monthly team meetings outside of the lunch period
  • Attending training, where applicable
  • Assisting with ancillary duties e.g. cleaning up spillages, wiping tables etc
  • Ensuring confidentiality of dealings in school
  • We would like to hear from you if you are patient, have a sense of fun and are committed to supporting all children to achieve their best.

Hiltingbury Junior School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks along with other relevant employment checks.

For further information or to arrange a school visit please contact the school office on 023 80261808

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