Vacancies

 

Teaching Assistant Vacancy

 

Grade 4 (Teaching Assistant) – 3 days a week – 8:45-3.15,

16.5 hours per week

Grade 2 (Lunchtime Supervisor) – 12-2.30, 1.5 hours per week

Required from June 2022 an enthusiastic and experienced Teaching Assistant to join our dedicated staff team as part of our Key Stage 2 Team. There is a half an hour per day lunchtime supervisor role within this position too.

From W/B 6th June 2022 (Term 6)

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Teaching Assistant Vacancy KS2 SEN Support

 

SEN Teaching Assistant Vacancy Grade 5 (point 5-7 depending on experience)

10 ½ hours per week

From June 2022 -Supporting a child in Key Stage Two

Required asap an enthusiastic Teaching Assistant to join our dedicated staff team. To work for 10 ½ hours per week in KS2, to support a child on a 1:1 basis. This will be on a fixed term basis until July 2023. 

From W/B 6th June 2022 (Term 6)

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Early Years Teacher – Part time 0.4

Are you a creative teacher who is passionate about children’s learning? Do you have the drive and energy to be an outstanding teacher and leader?

If so, you may be just the right person to join our team from September 2022. We are recruiting for an Early Years practitioner to join our fantastic team. We are looking for a visionary and enthusiastic educator of Early Years to take our good provision in Nursery and Reception to the next level of its development. The successful candidate will enjoy reaching the highest levels of success while creating innovative approaches to Early Years education with our talented children, within a very supportive community of children, parents and professionals.

Christopher Rawlins Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School is a Primary School with a nursery class provision in Adderbury near Banbury, Oxfordshire. There are currently 269 children on roll. In recent years the school has grown and now has a one and half class entry (45 children) in Reception to Year 4.  In February 2020 the school joined the Oxfordshire Diocesan School Trust.

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