Hatch Warren Infant School
Year 2 Main Scale Teacher to cover Maternity Leave
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, well organised, high quality class teacher for a Year Two Class to cover maternity leave (one or two terms – this is to be confirmed). The successful candidate must be a good team player and be committed to helping children achieve their potential. Candidates must have a clear philosophy of how children learn best, have evidence of excellent practice and behaviour management along with a positive attitude and a thirst for learning.
We are an excellent school and our children are happy and enjoy coming to school. We are keen to maintain this momentum through the appointment of a dynamic, creative teacher to cover for one or two terms. We are looking for someone with the energy, enthusiasm, drive and shared high expectations to continue providing our children with the best possible start in life. We can offer you excellent support, professional challenge and a bright and welcoming environment.
The successful candidate will:
We can offer you:
Please complete the Hampshire County Council Teacher Application Form using this link Making the most of your application | Hampshire County Council (hants.gov.uk)
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We are looking for several friendly, caring people who have experience of working with children to join our successful and committed team as banked lunchtime assistants and banked teaching assistant to cover staff absence at short notice. If you can promote good behaviour, have a caring nature, have a sense of fun, have worked with young children before and have the relevant childcare qualifications OR relevant experiences, then these may be the roles for you.
BANKED LUNCHTIME STAFF
The lunchtime period is between 12 – 1.15pm. The pay scale is at A1 (dependent on experience).
• Supervising the children in the dining hall and promoting good manners & supporting healthy eating
• Supervising the children during play activities on the playground or in the classroom during wet play
• Devise and initiate constructive play opportunities for children when required
• Assisting with cleaning spills/wiping tables
• Administering minor first aid
• Ensuring the safety, welfare and positive behaviour of pupils
• Maintain high levels of discretion and confidentiality
• Have an understanding of the school’s policy on Child Protection/Safeguarding
• Liaise effectively and professionally with staff and teachers
BANKED TEACHING ASSISTANTS
The morning period is 8.45 – 12pm and the afternoon period is 1.15 – 3.15pm. The pay scale is at B3.
Successful applicants must:
• Be positive, proactive and patient and have a caring approach towards children
• Have experience of supporting pupils in Key Stage 1
• Have good skills in English and Maths (GCSE Grade C or above)
• Have a qualification relevant to child development, or intend to pursue one
• Have good communication skills and high expectations
• Be able to support the learning of pupils of all abilities in and outside of the classroom
You will need to be able to work on your own initiative as well as working as part of a team. There will be an interview and a short task with a group of children to ascertain suitability for the role. The positions will be available with an immediate start, subject to all relevant health checks, references and DBS checks are in place. Application forms can be downloaded from: https://www.hants.gov.uk/jobs/education-jobs/application.
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