01480 379 039


Out of School Club Playworker

Term Time only (Some holiday club work in negotiation with line manager)

3pm – 6pm Mon-Fri (Pay scale 1, pt 7 )

We are looking for an enthusiastic, conscientious, hardworking individual who is excited about working with children who attend the OSC at St Anne’s Primary School.

Since the launch of OSC, the popularity of the club has grown to a point where it can accommodate up to 50 children of mixed age ranges. The OSC prides itself on providing an engaging, safe and fun environment.

We are now looking for a new playworker to join the OSC team.

Role and responsibilities would include:

• To work as part of a team to develop a range of activities for children before and after school.
• To encourage children to engage in activities and to support the development their personal social skills
• To ensure all activities are within the perimeters of any risk assessments that are in place and are deemed suitable in accordance with the OSC Managers direction.
• To ensure OSC areas and facilities are kept clean and tidy and to report any broken resources to the OSC manager.

Qualifications and experience:
• A form of play work qualification would be desirable
• Experience working with children of a primary school age.

We are a school committed to the welfare and safeguarding of all children and will carry out the following checks for the successful candidate:

• An enhanced DBS and barring check
• Two references
• A health and wellbeing questionnaire

To get more information and an application form, please contact the school office on 01480 375300 / office@stannes.cambs.sch.uk.

Applications close on Friday 3rd May 2019

2019-04-01 St Anne's CofE (A) Primary School St Anne's CofE (A) Primary School PE29 2WW London Road

Vacancies for April 2019 at this popular North West Essex Primary School

(Roll 411)

                  

 Maternity Cover Teachers in KS1 and KS2

 We are seeking to appoint two teachers (one for KS1 and one for KS2) to join our school. These would initially be temporary contracts of up to a year to cover two maternity leaves. However, other job opportunities may well be available at the end of these contracts.

 

We teach a well-planned and exciting topic based curriculum which enables our children to make strong links between subjects and develop important independent learning skills. We are looking for teachers able to use their passion and experience to promote our creative curriculum whilst ensuring that every child reaches their potential.

You would be joining a supportive, motivated team who work hard to consistently provide pupils with learning that is both challenging and fun. There is strong leadership support for new ideas and ways of engaging our children who have a real appetite for learning.

 

Both roles are full-time, although consideration would be given applicants interested in part-time opportunities.

 

Dunmow St. Mary’s Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. This appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and supportive references

 

Visits to the school are very welcome. Please contact Mrs Helen Bright for more information. Applications can be made online.

Closing date   Monday 4th February 2019

Interviews       Week beginning 11th February

2019-01-29 Dunmow St Mary's Primary School Dunmow St Mary's Primary School Essex CM6 1EB High Stile

VACANCY FOR A CLASS TEACHER (INITIALLY FOR A YEAR 3 CLASS) WITH SENDCo RESPONSIBILITY (MEMBER OF SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM WITH A TLR 2)

 

FULL TIME, PERMANENT POSITION FOR APRIL OR SEPTEMBER 2019

 

WANTED! Due to the promotion of our current SENDCo, we are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic practitioner who is keen to take on this role. You will be someone who aspires to be outstanding in all aspects of school life.

 

You will have:

 

  • A desire to do the very best for all pupils through inspirational teaching in a supportive yet challenging environment
  • High expectations of staff and pupils in relation to performance, attitude and behaviour
  • Knowledge and experience of the SENDCo role including the National Award for SEND Co-ordination (or willingness to work towards achieving it)
  • A willingness to engage with parents and external agencies to access appropriate support for pupils

We can provide:

 

  • Pupils who have an excellent attitude to learning
  • A committed team of staff who support and care for each other
  • A supportive, pro-active Governing Body
  • A wide range of CPD opportunities

For further information and to discuss options, please contact our Headteacher, Mrs Sally-Anne Barnard-Taylor. Visits to the school are advised.  Application packs can be obtained through the School Office (office@lionelwalden.cambs.sch.uk).

 

Closing date: Wednesday 6th February, 2019 (noon); Shortlisting: Friday 8th February, 2019

Interviews: Wednesday 13th February, 2019

 

Lionel Walden is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.

2019-01-31 Lionel Walden Primary School Lionel Walden Primary School Cambridgeshire PE15 0TF High Street

VACANCY FOR A CLASS TEACHER INITIALLY FOR A YEAR 3 CLASS

(ADDITIONAL SENDCO ROLE IS AN OPTION)

 

 

FULL TIME, PERMANENT POSITION FOR APRIL OR SEPTEMBER 2019

 

We are looking to appoint either a Class Teacher OR a Class Teacher with SENDCo responsibility (including a TLR 2).  This is due to the promotion of our current SENDCo.  You will be someone who aspires to be outstanding in all aspects of school life.

 

You will have:

 

  • A desire to do the very best for all pupils through inspirational teaching in a supportive yet challenging environment
  • High expectations of staff and pupils in relation to performance, attitude and behaviour
  • For those candidates interested in the SENDCo role, knowledge and experience of the work of the SENDCo including the National Award for SEND Co-ordination (or willingness to work towards achieving it)
  • A willingness to engage with parents and external agencies to access appropriate support for pupils

We can provide:

 

  • Pupils who have an excellent attitude to learning
  • A committed team of staff who support and care for each other
  • A supportive, pro-active Governing Body
  • A wide range of CPD opportunities

For further information and to discuss options, please contact our Headteacher, Mrs Sally-Anne Barnard-Taylor. Visits to the school are advised.  Application packs can be obtained through the School Office (office@lionelwalden.cambs.sch.uk).

 

Closing date: Wednesday 6th February, 2019 (noon); Shortlisting: Friday 8th February, 2019

Interviews: Wednesday 13th February, 2019

 

Lionel Walden is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.

2019-01-31 Lionel Walden Primary School Lionel Walden Primary School Cambridgeshire PE15 0TF High Street
Primary

Class Teacher

March 2019

Community Governor Vacancy – Abbey College Needs You!

The Governing Body at Abbey College currently has a community governor vacancy and is seeking to appoint to this post.

Being part of the Governing Body is rewarding and gives you the opportunity to get your voice heard and use your opinions to make real change in the school. As a governor, you will make a vital difference to the education and future of the children in Ramsey and its surrounding areas.

As you will be aware, Abbey College was recently judged to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The report praised the contributions of our governors and their role in helping to establish a culture of high expectations and aspirations for our students. You could become part of this successful Governing Body and help us on our new journey to become an ‘Outstanding’ school and to provide an outstanding education for the children in our care.

Joining the Governing Body will also mean you will have the opportunity to network and make new friends, while developing new skills and undergoing free training. Many employers are very supportive of their staff members becoming governors and value the experience gained from holding a position as a governor so it is also a good thing to be able to add to your CV.

We have answered some frequently asked questions below but a longer frequently asked questions document can be found on the Governing Body section of our website https://www.abbeycollege.cambs.sch.uk/index.php/about-us/governing-body.

What are community governors?

They are individuals from the community who have the skills and experience which the governing body require. They will be appointed by the existing board, following discussions with the Headteacher and Chair of Governors.

What do governors do?

Governors do not run the school day-to-day but are responsible for performance, planning, finance and ensuring that the school provides the best education it can for students, parents and the local community. All governors are also Trustees and Non-executive Directors of the Academy and are registered as such with Companies House.

How much time will it take?

Being a governor does require a time commitment both in the evening and on occasion, during the school day. There are three governing body meetings each year and governors also serve on at least one committee which meet a further five times a year. Meetings are held on a Tuesday evening starting at 5.30pm. In addition, governors may be expected to participate in various evaluation exercises during the school day and attend other College events such as student forums and parent evenings.

Many school governors, however, are in full-time work. Many employers actually encourage their staff to become school governors. They realise that the skills gained through being a school governor are transferable to the workplace. Employment law gives people the right to reasonable unpaid time off and some employers give paid leave for school governor duties.

Who can be a community governor?

There are some circumstances that disqualify an individual from serving as a school governor and you will be asked to complete a “self-declaration of eligibility” form to state that there are no reasons for which you would be disqualified. We also conduct a DBS (formally CRB) check on all appointed governors.

If you are interested in becoming a Community governor, please contact the Clerk to the Governing Body (Katie.dodsley@abbeycollege.cambs.sch.uk, 01487 811322) who will be happy to arrange a time for you to visit the school and meet with the Chair of Governors and Headteacher.

2019-03-19 Abbey College Abbey College Cambridgshire PE26 1DG Abbey Road
Secondary

Community Governor

We are seeking an experienced, creative and enthusiastic upper KS2 teacher for a part time maternity position within either our year 5 or year 6 class starting in September 2019. The post is for 3 full days a week and sharing the class with an established experienced class teacher who works the remaining 2 days.

St Anne's C of E Primary School is a one form entry school in the delightful town of Godmanchester, just outside Huntingdon. Judged as 'Good' by OFSTED in  March 2018, we are dedicated to providing a nurturing, caring learning environment where we develop the 'whole child' and aim to provide them with a life long love of learning

We are looking for an excellent teacher who is -

Experienced and confident in their curriculum knowledge for upper KS2.
Creative and inspiring
Flexible and able to show initiative
Able to work within a strong friendly team who continually support each other
Able to demonstrate high expectations of children's work and behaviour

In return we can offer -

Children and staff who are friendly, welcoming and enthusiastic about learning.
A supportive induction process
Opportunities and commitment to continuing professional development
A strong sense of community and commitment to Christian values

We strongly recommend visits to the school so that people can experience 'first hand' the warm, friendly and fun environment that we have created. Appointments can be booked by contacting the school office.

Applications close at 5pm Thursday 2nd May and interviews will take place on Friday 10th May.

St Annes is committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, a medical questionnaire and satisfactory references

2019-04-01 St Anne's CofE (A) Primary School St Anne's CofE (A) Primary School PE29 2WW London Road

Witchford Rackham Pre-School is a friendly committee run organisation offering sessional provision for children term-time only. 

The Pre-School was rated as 'Outstanding’ in its most recent Oftsed report (November 2016) with the quality of teaching described as ‘inspirational'. The Pre-School is open Monday to Friday to children aged 2 ½ years until they reach school age.

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, caring and self-motivated person to join our team. The ideal candidate will hold a Level 3 qualification in Early Childhood Studies (or equivalent).

We would also look for candidates with 12 hour paediatric first aid training, basic child protection and food hygiene.

As the successful candidate will be a key person for a group of children, knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stages (EYFS) is essential.

This role is part time, for a minimum of 7 sessional hours per week 8:30am- 12:00 pm (plus meetings and key working), with potential for up to 17.5 sessional hours per week (plus meetings and key working).

At Witchford Rackham Pre-School, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Reference checks and an enhanced DBS clearance will be required before appointment of position.

Please email or contact Nicola Scarafile, Pre-school manager for an application form and Play Leader job description.

Contact details:

Tel: 01353 666 782

Email: managerwrps@gmail.com

Closing Date: Thursday 25th April at 3:30pm

Interviews Being Held on Wednesday 1st May.

2019-03-21 Witchford Rackham Pre-school Witchford Rackham Pre-school Cambridgeshire CB6 2HQ 82 Main Street
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Level 3 Playleader

Our friendly team of 8 staff is looking for a Deputy Manager to join us from Monday 3rd June 2019.

The position requires an enthusiastic, caring and friendly person to work in our OUTSTANDING setting and be involved with promoting the Early Years Foundation Stage for our children aged between 1 and 3 years.

The candidate will be qualified to level 3 or above and have at least 2 years of leadership experience to support the Nursery Manager with the effective leadership of the staff team. It will involve periods of sole charge and daily contact with parents. The role will also involve being a key person and managing the smooth running of the playroom.

At ACE Day Nursery we value the importance of our community and outdoor environment. We involve the children in Forest School sessions and outings to places such as: the central library, local supermarket, church, river/duck pond, garden centre and residential home. We look after 17 children at any one time and have a free flow play environment with access to the garden.

The nursery is open from 8.30am - 5.30pm and closes over the Christmas and Easter period along with a two-week closure at the end of August. We work closely with ACE Nursery School which was founded as a parents’ co-operative in 1966.

Contract = 40 hours a week between 8.00am and 6.00pm on a shift pattern.

Deputy Manager Job Description

 

Reports to: Day Nursery Manager

 

Summary: To provide high quality care for children aged 1 – 3 years, under the direction of the Day Nursery Manager and Parents’ Committee. To actively support the work of the company at both the Day Nursery and Nursery School.

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Promote safeguarding and the welfare of all the children, adhering to statutory obligations.
  2. Be responsible, alongside the Manager and Forest School Manager, for supervising staff and students within the Day Nursery, ensuring and promoting good practice in line with the policies and procedures, and to maintain the smooth running of the nursery at all times.
  3. Work closely with the Forest School Manager to manage the smooth running of the playroom, creating an inviting environment in which the children can develop at their own pace and make progress.
  4. Work closely with the Manager, Forest School Manager and staff team to provide and ensure high standards of care, learning and development are achieved for all children, in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage.
  5. Take on the role of key person and support staff with observations, assessments and planning.
  6. Provide a caring and stimulating environment in which the children are safe, thrive and learn. Empower children to think critically, to consider how they can keep themselves safe and to encourage them to build confidence to take reasonable risks.
  7. In the manager’s absence, maintain the smooth running of the nursery.
  8. Attend and lead staff meetingsand any relevant training outside of nursery hours as required.
  9. Monitor and evaluate the standards of teaching and learning through leading regular staff supervisions.
  10. Be the designated lead for Health and Safety and Behaviour Management.
  11. Place and monitor orders for art/craft and cleaning resources.
  12. Be a good role model for other staff when dealing with the children, parents/carers and outside professionals.
  13. Respect and value each member of staff and the working environment.
  14. Act as an ambassador for the Day Nursery in all external contacts with prospective parents, the local authority, early years personnel and Ofsted inspectors.
  15. Show support for committee social events throughout the year.                                       
  16. Maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.
  17. Have key holder responsibility for opening and closing the Day Nursery.

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education, Qualifications and Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge and Experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skill and abilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Level 3 Qualification

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experience of working with children 1-3yrs

 

2 years’ experience leading a team and delegation skills

 

Knowledge of EYFS framework

 

Knowledge of Ofsted standards

 

Good communication skills

 

Can demonstrate an ability to contribute towards a safe environment.

 

Accepts responsibility and accountability for own work and can define the responsibilities of others in the staff team.

 

Experience of working within a key person system

 

Knowledge of health and safety within a nursery setting

 

 

 

Ability to use own initiative

 

Good interpersonal skills

 

Good time keeping skills

 

Ability to relate sensitively to a wide range of children and families

 

Remain calm in an emergency

 

 

Effective listening and communication skills

 

Flexible, adaptable and responsible

 

Good team member

 

Ability to work in a non-discriminatory fashion and in accordance with good practice guidelines

Further professional development qualifications

 

Basic Food Hygiene

First Aid

Basic Child Protection

 

 

 

Experience in a variety of day care settings

 

Successful experience of management and organisation

 

Knowledge of health and safety within a nursery setting

 

Experience of child protection procedures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experience of successfully leading a team and effectively managing staff

 

Able to identify opportunities and contribute new ideas to the setting.

 

 

Attitudes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calm

Enthusiasm

Respectful

Caring

Professional

Commitment

Reliable

Anti-discriminatory practice

Friendly

 

 

2019-03-21 ACE Day Nursery ACE Day Nursery CB5 8HT 6A Priory Road
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Deputy Nursery Manager

Joint Colleges Nursery is non-profit making nursery, and is run entirely for the benefit of the children. We are registered for 57 children from the age of 3 months to 5 years.

You must have experience of childcare, a passion for working with children

You will also need to be a good team player and having a good sense of humour is essential for this role.

This post is to cover Maternity leave and may be available for up to one year.

We can offer a competitive salary, and the opportunity to develop your skills in a well-established, reputable nursery with a great team of experienced practitioners.

This role is available for the suitable candidate with immediate effect.

Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS) and full pre-employment checks, together with two references

Requirements for this role:

A minimum of NVQ Level 2 in childcare, Level 3 desirable

Up to date, sound working knowledge of EYFS statutory framework

Enthusiasm, self-motivation and commitment combined with a real passion to provide outstanding childcare

Excellent communicator and team player

Ideally trained in Paediatric First Aid, Food Safety, Safeguarding/Child Protection, although

Training can be organised for the successful candidate.

2019-03-29 Joint Colleges Nursery Joint Colleges Nursery Cambridgeshire CB2 7EB 6b Chaucer Road
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Nursery Nurse/Assistant (Maternity Cover)

Dawn Until Dusk are recruiting for a Deputy Manager at our club within Bottisham Community Primary School. The hours are from 7:30am - 9.00am and 3pm - 6pm Monday - Friday term time only.

As a Dawn until Dusk playworker, your job role will be fun and you will never have the same day twice! You could be supporting a child with challenging needs, dressing up as a superhero, supervising a bouncy castle disco, helping children to play more harmoniously together, or you could be feeding a baby lamb! The role is undoubtedly the most varied role you will ever come across.

You will be responsible for the children within your setting and will work closely with your manager and other staff members. You will also have the opportunity to further enhance your professional development by having the opportunity to enrol in Level 2, or Level 3 childcare courses 95% funded or Level 5 via student loan.

The children’s safety and welfare is paramount to us here at Dawn until Dusk, however, messy activities, being silly, dancing around and acting a fool, mud kitchens, bouncy castles and hearing nothing but children’s laughter is also very important to us.

If you feel you are a fun and caring individual, but have a playful attitude to life and you have the same ethos as us why don’t you apply today!!!

If this sounds interesting, please email joinus@kidsdawntildusk.co.uk or telephone 01234 930505 for an informal chat. You can find our online application form at https://kidsdawntildusk.co.uk/work-with-us-at-one-of-our-settings/application-form-dawn-til-dusk/

The hourly rate is £9 with 5.6 weeks paid holiday allowance, free uniform and free training.

For more information on our Company, please go to www.kidsdawntildusk.co.uk.

2019-03-29 Dawn til Dusk Dawn til Dusk Cambridgeshire CB25 9BE Beechwood Avenue
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Deputy Manager

Joint Colleges Nursery is non-profit making nursery, and is run entirely for the benefit of the children. We are registered for 57 children from the age of 3 months to 5 years.

You must have experience of childcare, a passion for working with children

You will also need to be a good team player and having a good sense of humour is essential for this role.

This post is to cover Maternity leave and may be available for up to one year.

This role will be available from July 2019 in our Under Two’s Unit , working with babies from 3mths to 2 yrs 

We can offer a competitive salary, and the opportunity to develop your skills in a well-established, reputable nursery with a great team of experienced practitioners.

Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS) and full pre-employment checks, together with two references.

Requirements for this role:

A minimum of NVQ Level 2 in childcare, Level 3 desirable

Up to date, sound working knowledge of EYFS statutory framework,

Enthusiasm, self-motivation and commitment combined with a real passion to provide outstanding childcare and experience of working with Babies

Excellent communicator and team player

Ideally trained in Paediatric First Aid, Food Safety, Safeguarding/Child Protection, although

Training can be organised for the successful candidate.

2019-04-05 Joint Colleges Nursery Joint Colleges Nursery Cambridgeshire CB2 7EB 6b Chaucer Road
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Nursery Nurse/ Assistant (Maternity Cover)

We have a vacancy for fun loving Early Years Practitioner, so this is your chance to join our unique city community nursery.

We actively welcome all ages with full and relevant qualification, so if you want to come out of retirement or start your career with us we would love to hear from you.

We offer reasonable hours, competitive pay and further training. You also get a free lunch, part uniform and small team atmosphere.

Based in central Cambridge you will have daily access to local amenities.

Please contact us for an application pack or send in your CV.

Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Permanent

Salary: Hourly rate £8.60 - £9.17 per hour depending on experience.

Job Type: Full-time

CHILDCARE

 

  1. To assist in the supervision of the children, ensuring that the highest standards apply at all times.
  2. To provide a stimulating environment and foster play with a purpose.
  3. To encourage the children to maintain and develop their own individuality and independence within a supportive group care.
  4. To keep a record of the activities undertaken during the week. When competent to be involved and contribute to planning of activities.
  5. To record and/or show awareness of the milestones for the children in your care.
  6. To bring to the attention of the Nursery Manager any concerns relating to safeguarding and health and safety of the children in your care.

 

GENERAL

 

  1. To be responsible for the care and cleaning of all Nursery equipment ensuring that a high standard is maintained.
  2. To be involved in fund raising for Harvey Road Day Nursery.
  3. To attend training courses as required by the Nursery Manager.
  4. To treat any information of matters relating to the work within the Nursery as confidential.
  5. To participate in Room/staff meetings.
  6. To be aware of hygiene and cleanliness within the Room you are working, ensuring that a high standard is maintained.
  7. To adhere to all Harvey Road Day Nursery policies.
  8. To undertake any other duties as may be required from time to time in keeping with the post.
2019-04-11 Harvey Road Day Nursery Harvey Road Day Nursery Cambridgeshire CB1 2£T 9-10 Harvey Road
Early Years and Childcare Providers

Qualified Early Years Practitioner

Waterbeach Community Primary School

We are looking for an excellent teacher to join our staff in September as a class teacher in Year 1 or Year 2

Our School Vision

Our school will encourage each child to grow into a happy, confident individual, thriving in a supportive community where each is inspired to learn and discover through a kaleidoscope of opportunities, with space to imagine and to create.

We are looking for someone who possesses the following qualities.

  • A passion to promote enhanced learning to all children
  • A creative approach to learning with the enthusiasm to try new things
  • The ability to work well as a team player or on your own
  • A positive professional attitude towards all aspects of education
  • Patience, a good sense of humour and an ability to accept and give constructive feedback

We can offer you;

  • Delightful and motivated children
  • A fantastic, professional team of staff
  • CPD according to any identified/ developing needs
  • An exciting time in a growing school where twelve new classrooms are currently being built.

Salary will be on the main scale and according to experience.

Closing Date – Monday 29th April 2019

Interviews will take place on Thursday 2nd May 2019

The staff and Governors at Waterbeach Community Primary School are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

2019-04-09 Waterbeach Community Primary School Waterbeach Community Primary School Cambridgeshire CB25 9JU High Street

Key Stage One Lead

Hemingford Grey Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are conditional and subject to an enhanced DBS check.

 

Start date: Autumn Term 2019

Post: Key Stage One Lead

Salary: Main Scale + TLR

 

Hemingford Grey Primary School is looking to appoint an inspirational classroom teacher to lead in Key Stage One. There are three classes within the key stage, comprising of mixed classes of year one and year two pupils. The school operates a Learning Zone model where children access small class, taught sessions in maths and English. Children working independently and supported by teaching assistants in the Learning Zone, access a range of subjects both inside and outside.

Our school ethos is built around the motto TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More. Pupils and Staff embody this motto alongside our 6 R’s of Resourcefulness, Respect, Reflectiveness, Resilience, Relationships and Risk Taking.

 

Visits to the school are encouraged and would be very welcome.

School website: www.hemingfordgrey.cambs.sch.uk

Closing date: Monday 29th April 2019 @ 12 noon

Short listing: Monday 29th April 2019 (Please note, only successful candidates will be notified)

Interviews: Friday 10th May 2019

 

If you would like to apply, or would like more information, please contact our office manager, Mrs Hayley Coulter on 01480 375040 or email: office@hemingfordgrey.cambs.sch.uk. Please note: Our application pack is also available on the school’s website.

2019-04-01 Hemingford Grey Primary School Hemingford Grey Primary School Hemingford Grey Primary School
Primary

KS1 Lead

37.5 hours per week     39 weeks (Term time plus 5 training days)

Salary Scale Points 4 – 5 (£18,426 - £18,795 pro rata)

(Previously Level 1, Scale 2)

Starting as soon as possible.

Shirley Community Primary School and Pre-School is looking for a warm and resilient Receptionist and Administrator with exceptional communication skills to join our friendly and supportive office team. As first point of contact for the school, the successful candidate will provide comprehensive and efficient reception duties. A good sense of humour, a flexible attitude and the ability to organise, prioritise and multi-task is essential for this role, along with an empathy for our pupils and the diverse community which we serve.

Key duties will include:

  • Daily communication with members of the school community and visitors
  • Responding to emails and telephone calls
  • Ensuring data is accurate and up to date on the School Information Management System (Pupil Asset)
  • Assisting with school lunch arrangements, attendance and administration for new pupils to the school and pre-school

The successful candidate will have good ICT and communication skills, be well organised and highly motivated and have the ability to work well under pressure. Experience of working in a school office would be an advantage, but is not essential - full training will be given.

For more information and an application pack please visit the school website www.shirley.cambs.sch.uk or contact Mrs Jo Bouttell, Business Manager, by email at jbouttell@shirley.cambs.sch.uk or phone 01223 712252. Application forms must be returned marked confidential to Mrs Jo Bouttell and include a letter of application which explains how you meet the person specification.

Visits are also warmly encouraged – we look forward to meeting you!

Closing date:          12 noon Monday 29th April 2019

Interviews: Tuesday 7th May 2019

Shirley Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and requires all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are conditional and subject to an enhanced DBS check.

2019-04-04 Shirley Community Primary School & Pre-School Shirley Community Primary School & Pre-School Cambridgeshire CB4 1TF Nuffield Road

Are you looking to teach within a successful and forward thinking school, where progress and outcomes for pupils are strong?  Do you value a broad curriculum that inspires pupils, creating a climate of high aspiration?  Do you want to help drive successful improvement in a city school, serving a new and growing community?  Have you been searching for a school that provides outstanding professional development to enable you to take those next professional steps?  Are you looking to lead a whole school priority or a phase within the school?  Are you looking at developing and utilising your leadership skills to support colleagues which will further improve learning outcomes for the children at Orchard Park?

If so we are the school for you!

At Orchard Park we pride ourselves on our nurturing ethos, quality first teaching and high expectations in all we do.  Our 2017 Ofsted stated that we are a school where "there is a culture of ambition, where children are encouraged to dream big."  We want an inspiring Teacher and potential leader to join our team, to ensure that pupils make rapid progress through an exciting and engaging curriculum.  

Our staff thrive being part of the Orchard Park team, they state:

"Orchard Park has completely transformed the way I teach.  I have had excellent opportunities to develop as a teacher through continual supportive CPD and challenge.  Having excellent ICT resources, teaching at Orchard Park is fun and innovative.  The children are keen to learn and a pleasure to teach".

"I am keen to develop as an excellent class teacher and a school leader.  Orchard Park has given me a number of opportunities to develop my leadership skills and I have thrived under my professional leadership coaching.  My career is going from strength to strength which will be recognised by the national professional qualification I am undertaking".

"Working at Orchard Park has provided me with many fantastic opportunities.   I was lucky enough to complete my initial teacher training and gain my QTS at the school.  The support and guidance I have been given has allowed me to challenge myself and thrive in the teaching environment.  The school is the heart of the community, the children are keen to learn and the staff are a great team!".

As a school we can provide you with:  an enthusiastic, talented and dedicated team to work alongside; a school where everyone is valued and well being is of high importance; pupils that are hardworking and well behaved; an outstanding, striking learning environment; first rate ICT facilities; excellent CPD opportunities and development package including opportunities for national professional qualification.

We would love you to see our school in action and therefore encourage you to visit us.  Please contact Lynsey in the School Office to organise a visit (01223 438200 or office@orchardpark.cambs.sch.uk)

2019-04-04 Orchard Park Community Primary School Orchard Park Community Primary School Cambridgeshire CB4 2GR Ring Fort Road

Are you excited by the opportunity to make a real difference in a thriving city school with a vision of inspiring, nurturing and empowering children to become curious, creative and confident life-long learners?  Join our team as we work together to provide inspirational learning experiences which enable our children to develop the skills, mind-set and independence to excel in an ever-changing society.

We are seeking teachers who are interested in developing their pedagogy and practice, as part of our dynamic staff team, and who are committed to ensuring the best outcomes for all children.  We have a strong culture of research-based practice and encourage staff to engage with enquiry-based learning.

Applications are invited from outstanding teachers keen to advance their careers or NQTs who have outstanding references and have been highly successful in their training.  There may be opportunities for leadership roles for those with the appropriate experience.  All new staff will join our supportive professional development programme, and we provide a focused induction programme for NQTs.

You will be joining The Grove at a time when we are seeking to build on our good practice, raising the aspirations of and improving the outcomes for all children.  You will be working with our motivated and enthusiastic children who come  from a range of backgrounds and alongside our talented, creative and dedicated team.

To see for yourself what The Grove could offer you, we would encourage you to visit and see us in action.

For an application form, further details or to arrange a visit, please contact Mel Ramsey (Office Manager) on 01223 577017 or office@grove.cambs.sch.uk.  Application packs are also available via the school website www.thegroveschool.net.

The Grove Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to be fully committed to our safeguarding policies and procedures.  Please note that CV applications will not be accepted.  Pre-employment checks and references will be sought and the successful candidate will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

2019-04-05 The Grove Primary School The Grove Primary School Cambridgeshire CB4 2BN Campkin Road
Primary

Class Teacher

As we prepare for the retirement of our long serving Finance Secretary, we require an enthusiastic and diligent person to join our office team at the heart of our school as a school Secretary including responsibility for Finance.

The Secretary will provide an effective administrative service in school, including representing our school front of house and having specific responsibility for assisting the Headteacher in the preparation and monitoring of the school’s budgetary provision to ensure proper accounting of the school finances. 

Salary to be paid on the Pay Spine for Professional, Administrative and Clerical Job Family: Scale 1 from £8.90 per hour to Scale 4 (up to £10.65 per hour) depending on qualifications & experience

Part time: 20 hours per week

Start Date: as soon as possible

We are looking for someone who:

  • is caring, patient and enthusiastic, with good communication skills
  • has high expectations
  • is skilled in ICT use
  • is confident with finance and willing to use ICT finance systems
  • demonstrates attention to detail and accurate record keeping skills.

We can offer:

  • happy, enthusiastic, keen and well behaved pupils.
  • term time working (though we require several days work during the school holidays annually to complete month and year end procedures in August and where the end of the financial year coincides with the Easter holidays).
  • a friendly school community with a distinctive ethos.
  • a redecorated and rejuvenated learning environment.
  • a supportive school Senior Leadership team where effort, encouragement and excellence are celebrated and where professional development opportunities are provided.       

If you are a dedicated and skilled administrator, please contact Ms Claire Davy, our School secretary, on 01223 207382 or email office@petersfield.cambs.sch.uk  to arrange a visit and application pack. Visits are strongly encouraged and welcomed.  

Closing date for applications: 9am Monday 29th April 2019

Provisional Interview date: from 30th April.

We actively promote equality of opportunity in employment to reflect the communities we serve.  All disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria will be offered an interview. This school is committed to safeguarding including the Prevent agenda and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this. Giving false information is an offence and could result in the application being rejected and referred to the police. Any appointment made will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check, right to work in the UK and qualifications check, satisfactory references and medical clearance. The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice and information in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.

2019-04-08 Petersfield Church of England Aided Primary School Petersfield Church of England Aided Primary School Cambridgeshire SG8 5QG Hurdleditch Roard

Required to start as soon as possible

 

1 x MIDDAY SUPERVISOR Scale 1C Point 08 – 10

We are seeking to appoint a positive and energetic Midday Supervisor for 5 hours a week. The appointed candidate will work term time only (38 weeks), Monday to Friday from 12.30pm – 1.30pm.

 

1 x RELIEF MIDDAY SUPERVISOR

Scale 1C Point 08 – 10

We are seeking a person who can be available at short notice, as and when needed if one of our permanent Midday Supervisors is absent, to cover lunch duties at our school.

For both roles, the ideal candidate will:

• Have experience of working with children

• Have positive ideas for lunchtime games and activities

• Be flexible

• Be able to use their initiative

• Be calm and patient

• Be a good role model to the children

• Enjoy joining in and supporting the children's activities

 

We can offer:

 • A happy school

• A friendly and supportive staff team

These posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check and two appropriate references.

Please contact Mrs Julie Warman, Office Manager on 01353 860235 or email office@littleport.cambs.sch.uk for information. Application packs can be downloaded from our website www.littleport.cambs.sch.uk or email to request a printed version. Applications must consist of an application form and covering letter, please do not send CV’s.

 

Deadline for applications & Shortlisting:         Midday Tuesday 30th April 2019

Interview date:                              Afternoon of Thursday 2nd May 2019

Littleport Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, parents and volunteers to actively share this commitment. All appointments are conditional and subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

2019-04-08 Littleport Community Primary School Littleport Community Primary School Cambs CB6 1JT Parsons Lane

We wish to appoint a qualified, capable, enthusiastic and highly motivated class teacher to work as part of our team.  We are in the fortinute position to be able to offer a Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 post depending on skills and experience and we welcome applications from newly qualified and more experienced teachers.

You can find out more about the role on our website and whilst we know that on line information is a good place to start we would like to encourage you to come and visit us and see first hand the progress we are making and the great environment that we are building in partnership with pupils, parents, staff and governors.

Contact our office team on 01223 508772 and we can make an appointment to visit to suit you

If you would like to discuss the vacancy further or want more information on our school before applying please call the office with your details and we will arrange for a member of the Senior Leadership Team to give you a call.


 

2019-04-03 Bewick Bridge Community Primary School Bewick Bridge Community Primary School Cambridgeshire CB1 9ND Fulbourn Old Drift
Primary

Teacher

Required for September 2019

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will require a cleared Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

We are seeking to appoint a teacher of Mathematics who must be an enthusiastic, inspirational and innovative classroom practitioner and who can bring their dedication and commitment to a team that strives to provide the best opportunities for our students. We welcome applications from both experienced teachers and NQTs. Successful applicants will be required to teach the full ability range to the end of Key Stage 4. The school also boasts a successful Sixth Form allowing us to offer both A Level Mathematics and A Level Further Mathematics. Suitably qualified candidates will have opportunity to teach on either course.

In October 2018, Ofsted recognised that Sir Harry Smith Community College continues to be a Good school. They also acknowledged that we are “A vibrant, welcoming and caring school, in which pupils enjoy their learning and feel valued.”

Sir Harry Smith Community College is an 11-18 Academy, proud of its traditional values and innovative approaches to Teaching and Learning and its standards of discipline and respect. The College serves the market town of Whittlesey, seven miles outside of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire. The College is part of the Aspire Learning Trust working together with Park Lane and New Road Primary Schools, also in Whittlesey, to help every child achieve their full potential, to prepare them for their next educational steps, to teach them kindness and respect for all and to equip them to play a full satisfying role in society.  

If you would like an information pack, please visit our website     www.sirharrysmith.cambs.sch.uk          For more information or an informal discussion about the role, please contact John Ashworth, Curriculum Manager on 01733 703991.

Applications close 3 p.m., Tuesday 30th April. (We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date if we consider that we have received an appropriate number of suitable candidates for the post).

Please send completed applications to   applications@sirharrysmith.cambs.sch.uk   Please note that the College is closed for the Easter break from Friday 5th April to Tuesday 23rd April.

Applicants are thanked for their interest in Sir Harry Smith Community College.  Please note that only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted after the closing date.

 

 

2019-04-04 Sir Harry Smith Community College Sir Harry Smith Community College Cambridgeshire PE7 1XB Eastrea Road
Secondary

Maths Teacher

Required for September 2019 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will require a cleared Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

SENCO

TLR £9,464

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced SENCo to provide leadership and direction for the Special Educational Needs department, to include the Enhanced Provision Centre, ensuring that they are managed and organised to meet the aims and objectives of the College.

This post is a key appointment in terms of enhancing and ensuring the positive life chances for our students through success and achievement. As such, we are keen to recruit a dedicated and ambitious professional who will add value to the College in both academic terms and through involvement in the fabric of learning and success beyond the classroom.

The successful candidate will ideally hold, or be willing to achieve, the National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator and have at least two years’ experience of leading a SEN department. You will have up-to-date knowledge of the SEND Code of Practice along with the expertise to ensure the accurate identification of SEN needs across the College, ensuring a thorough assessment process.

In October 2018, Ofsted recognised that Sir Harry Smith Community College continues to be a Good school. They also acknowledged that we are “A vibrant, welcoming and caring school, in which pupils enjoy their learning and feel valued.” “Pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities, who attend the school’s enhanced provision centre, make good progress because they are well supported.”

Sir Harry Smith Community College is an 11-18 Academy, proud of its traditional values and innovative approaches to Teaching and Learning and its standards of discipline and respect. The College serves the market town of Whittlesey, seven miles outside of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire. The College is part of the Aspire Learning Trust working together with Park Lane and New Road Primary Schools, also in Whittlesey, to help every child achieve their full potential, to prepare them for their next educational steps, to teach them kindness and respect for all and to equip them to play a full satisfying role in society.  

If you would like an information pack, please visit our website     www.sirharrysmith.cambs.sch.uk          For more information or an informal discussion about the role, please contact Karin Bobrowicz, SENCO on 01733 703991.

Applications close 3 p.m., Tuesday 30th April 2019. (We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date if we consider that we have received an appropriate number of suitable candidates for the post).

Please send completed applications to   applications@sirharrysmith.cambs.sch.uk   Please note that the College is closed for the Easter break from Friday 5th April to Tuesday 23rd April.

Applicants are thanked for their interest in Sir Harry Smith Community College.  Please note that only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted after the closing date.

2019-04-04 Sir Harry Smith Community College Sir Harry Smith Community College Cambridgeshire PE7 1XB Eastrea Road
Secondary

SENCO

 

 

 

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 874 students

 

REQUIRED FOR SEPTEMBER 2019

TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS – PART TIME / FULL TIME

(MAIN SCALE / UPS)

 

We are looking to recruit a dynamic, enthusiastic and passionate teacher of mathematics. While this post would suit an experienced candidate, it would also be an excellent role for an NQT or recently qualified teacher who is looking to take the opportunity to learn and thrive in a hugely supportive and experienced team. We are very happy to consider applications from candidates who are seeking full time or part time roles.

 

The Maths Department is creative, collaborative and committed to achieving an appreciation and enjoyment of the subject as well as strong academic outcomes. We are committed to educating the whole child and therefore offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities and STEM activities.

 

Linton Village College is an outstanding school with a reputation for educational excellence. Ensuring a high quality learning experience for all of our students on a daily basis is our core priority. This is underpinned by a strong sense of school community in which strong relationships, exceptional 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 succeed and flourish.

 

As the lead school in a large and vibrant Teaching School Alliance (CASSA) and within a cross-phase Multi-Academy Trust (CHET), it is an exciting time to join us. We support colleagues’ professional development in national programmes as well as through high quality CASSA training. We also enjoy effective links with primary partner schools, sixth form colleges and the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge.

 

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.

 

An application pack including details of how to apply and an application form are available from the school website www.lvc.org.   We welcome visits from interested candidates and appointments are available on request. Please contact Reception on 01223 891233 or email reception@lvc.org.

 

Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Tuesday 30 April 2019.

 

We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion and would be willing to consider a job share for the right part-time applicants.

 

2019-04-09 Linton Village College Linton Village College Cambs CB21 4JB Cambridge Road
Secondary

Teacher of Maths

Assistant Headteacher Vacancy - Littleport Community Primary School

http://www.littleport.cambs.sch.uk/

Littleport Community Primary School is a vibrant and happy place to learn (OFSTED, Sept 2018)

We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Headteacher for September 2019 – Leadership Pay Scale 2-5

Are you a highly skilled teacher who has strong leadership experience? Looking to move forward with your career development in a setting that values and nurtures its staff? Are you passionate about championing disadvantaged pupils and are committed to diminishing the difference and make a real difference to their outcomes?

Do you want to join a forward-thinking school with innovative approaches to learning at its heart that benefits from being the national Research School for East Cambridgeshire and the Fenland?

We are looking for someone who:

  • Will be a champion and leading voice for disadvantaged pupils
  • Is an excellent practitioner and team player; able to successfully lead a team of people
  • Is inspirational, adaptable and consistent in their approach to working with children
  • Has high expectations and a proven track record of school improvement and raising standards
  • Is proficient in the use of data and assessment to promote and accelerate progress
  • Has a commitment to research-informed practice and the benefits of outdoor learning

We will be able to offer you:

  • A unique professional development opportunity to work in a Research School with the potential to deliver training and support to teachers across the county
  • Motivated children whose behaviour for learning is rated as a real strength
  • A welcoming learning environment in a purpose-built school with large grounds including a nature area, woodland and allotment.
  • A highly supportive Governing Body
  • Skilled and professional staff who have the best interests of children at heartA taste of life here: http://www.littleport.cambs.sch.uk/school-prospectus-summer-2018/ If our film makes you curious, then please come and see us! Visits to the school are always strongly encouraged. Littleport Community Primary is an OFSTED rated ‘Good’ school located in a small town close to Ely in East Anglia with 440 children on roll. It is on the direct rail line from London to Cambridge, Ely and Kings Lynn (just over an hour from Kings Cross) and is easily accessible for commuters.  Short listing: Afternoon of Wednesday 1st May 2019 

Littleport Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, parents and volunteers to actively share this commitment. All appointments are conditional and subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. We welcome applications from all sections of the community regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.

Interviews: Tuesday 7th May 2019

Deadline for applications: 12:00pm – Wednesday 1st May 2019

The role will include four days teaching with class responsibility plus one additional day dedicated leadership release time. If this position interests you, please contact the Headteacher, Adam Rivett, or Julie Warman, Office Manager, for an application pack via the School Office. Or go to our website: http://www.littleport.cambs.sch.uk/ and click on ‘Vacancies’ in the ‘Our School’ section, where all the relevant information is available to download.

 

2019-04-02 Littleport Community Primary School Littleport Community Primary School Cambs CB6 1JT Parsons Lane