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Meadow Primary School – Vacancy

FIXED TERM TEACHING ASSISTANT

5 mornings per week (15 hours per week)

TA point 2-6 depending upon experience (£9.18-£9.84p/h)

 

Lunchtime supervisor scale point 2(£9.18p/h) 12-1pm (2-3 lunchtimes per week)

                             To start: as soon as possible

The post is fixed term in the first instance and will end no earlier than August 2020

Salary is paid pro rata across the year.

 

 

The Chilford Hundred Education Trust (CHET) is a small multi–academy trust comprising The Meadow Primary School, Linton Heights Junior School, Pines Primary School, Howard Primary School and Linton Village College. CHET is an exceptional partnership of 5 like-minded schools whose goal is to improve education through outstanding teaching. We have developed an all through (2-16yrs) model of education, with the aim of achieving the best possible outcomes for all the children in both schools.


We are looking for candidates:
• With experience of working within a primary setting
• With a knowledge of working with children

  • Willing to be trained in delivering specific programmes
  • Who can be an active member of a whole school team


We can offer

  • A happy school
  • Supportive and friendly staff
  • Excellent support from parents, Governors and the partnership of local schools
  • Continued professional development and full training
  • Free membership at the Linton Village College Gym

    The post will involve:-
    • Working with groups or individual children to support learning both in and out of the classroom
  • Implementing individual intervention programmes
  • Following teachers plans to ensure children make progress
  • Following the job description for a TA at Meadow Primary School
  • Giving appropriate feedback to teachers
  • Playtime duties
  • Lunchtime duties

    You should have a patient approach and be able to use your own initiative. Flexibility and creativity will be required. You will be able to function effectively as part of a team and able to make practical use of ICT. You should have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum (or a willingness to learn) and an interest in developing children's social communication skills. Maths and English at GCSE (or equivalent) Grade C or above or a relevant childcare qualification is a requirement.

    Visits to the School are warmly welcomed. To enquire about available dates and times for a visit, and to obtain an application pack, please contact the School Office (email: office@meadow.cambs.sch.uk)

    The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 28th November 2019

    Interviews will take place : week beginning 2nd December 2019
    The Meadow Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share the commitment. The successful candidate will need to undertake a criminal record check and have references taken.

                             Meadow Primary School – Vacancy

                           PLAYWORKER MEADOW OUT OF SCHOOL CLUB (MOOSC)

   7.30-9am and 3.15-5.15/6pm for a minimum of 8.25 hours per week term time only.

                             Additional hours may be required for some school holiday cover.

Scale 1 point 1-2 (£9.00-£9.18 p/h) Salary is paid pro rata across the year.

To start as soon as possible.

 

 

MOOSC runs at the Meadow Primary School which is part of The Chilford Hundred Education Trust (CHET). MOOSC provides breakfast, after school and holiday facilities for children aged 3-11 years old. The setting is run by a manager and a timetable of engaging activities is carefully planned and delivered each day. MOOSC have their own building on site and access to the extensive school grounds, including a swimming pool in the summer.

 

We are looking to recruit a new playworker to join our team. Experience of working with or looking after children is essential, but child care qualifications are not.


We are looking for candidates:
• With experience of working with children
• With a knowledge of planning age appropriate activities

  • Willing to be trained in first aid, safeguarding and play  
  • Who can be an active member of a team


We can offer

  • A happy team
  • Supportive and friendly staff, children and parents
  • Continued professional development and full training



The post will involve:-
 

  • Food preparation
  • Planning and supervising activities and play
  • First aid
  • Ensuing children are safe at all times
  • Liaising with parents


    You should have a patient approach and be able to use your own initiative. Flexibility and creativity will be required. You will be able to function effectively as part of a team.

    Visits to MOOSC are warmly welcomed. To enquire about available dates and times for a visit, and to obtain an application pack, please contact the School Office (email: office@meadow.cambs.sch.uk)

    The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 28th November 2019.

    Interviews will take place week beginning 2nd December 2019
    The Meadow Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share the commitment. The successful candidate will need to undertake a criminal record check and have references taken.

Meadow Primary School – Vacancy

                           MATERNITY COVER 1:1 SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT POSITION

1:1 SEN Named child contract SEN Teaching assistant vacancy

4 or 5 days per week 9-12 and 1-3.15pm (term time only) this will include the following roles:

TA point 2-6 depending upon experience (£9.18-£9.84p/h)

Lunchtime supervisor scale point 2(£9.18p/h)  12-1pm (3 lunchtimes per week)

                             To start: as soon as possible

The post is expected to last until August 2020

Salary is paid pro rata across the year.

 

 

The Chilford Hundred Education Trust (CHET) is a small multi–academy trust comprising The Meadow Primary School, Linton Heights Junior School, Pines Primary School, Howard Primary School and Linton Village College. CHET is an exceptional partnership of 5 like-minded schools whose goal is to improve education through outstanding teaching. We have developed an all through (2-16yrs) model of education, with the aim of achieving the best possible outcomes for all the children in both schools.


We are looking for candidates:
• With experience of working within a primary setting
• With a knowledge of working with children

  • Willing to be trained in delivering specific programmes
  • Who can be an active member of a whole school team


We can offer

  • A happy school
  • Supportive and friendly staff
  • Excellent support from parents, Governors and the partnership of local schools
  • Continued professional development and full training
  • Free membership at the Linton Village College Gym

    The post will involve:-
    • Working 1:1 with a named child with Autism and Global Delay
  • Implementing individual intervention programmes
    • Working with groups of children within the classroom, supporting their learning
  • Following the job description for a TA at Meadow Primary School
    • Giving appropriate feedback to teachers
  • Playtime duties
  • Lunchtime duties



You should have a patient approach and be able to use your own initiative. Flexibility and creativity will be required. You will be able to function effectively as part of a team and able to make practical use of ICT. You should have knowledge of the Primary Curriculum (or a willingness to learn) and an interest in developing children's social communication skills. Maths and English at GCSE (or equivalent) Grade C or above or a relevant childcare qualification is a requirement.

Visits to the School are warmly welcomed. To enquire about available dates and times for a visit, and to obtain an application pack, please contact the School Office (email: office@meadow.cambs.sch.uk)

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 28th November 2019

Interviews will take place : week beginning 2nd December 2019
The Meadow Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share the commitment. The successful candidate will need to undertake a criminal record check and have refer

Linton Village College:  outstanding in every category

Ofsted May 2012

 

LINTON VILLAGE COLLEGE

Cambridge Road, Linton, Cambridge, CB21 4JB

 

Executive Principal:  Helena Marsh, MEd

 

An 11 – 16 Leading Edge Academy and Teaching School of 875 students

 

REQUIRED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

ATTENDANCE AND BEHAVIOUR ADMINISTRATOR

 

Due to the current post holder’s promotion, we are looking to recruit a professional, efficient and positive individual to join the pastoral team at Linton Village College. The successful candidate will provide effective administrative support for pastoral leaders and will oversee attendance and behaviour data and systems as well and managing communications and organising rotas relating to inclusion at the College.

 

The post is for 37 hours per week, term time only. Salary Point 5/6 £15,592.62 - £15,904.56 depending on skills and experience. Linton Village College supports flexible working. A job share would be considered.

 

Linton Village College offers an excellent standard of education. Ensuring a high quality learning experience for all of our students on a daily basis is our core priority. This is underpinned by a school community in which strong relationships, effective pastoral care and enrichment opportunities are of paramount importance. We have very high expectations and provide a nurturing, friendly and supportive environment in which everyone can thrive and achieve.

 

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  Appointments will be subject to DBS clearance and satisfactory references. 

 

For further details and an application form please visit our website at www.lvc.org. Only applications submitted on the College’s application form will be considered. 

 

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