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Hucknall Flying High Academy

Hucknall Flying High Academy

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Early Years / KS1 TA

 

Salary: – Grade 3 Point 5 £19,312 FTE – Actual equated salary £9289.32

 

(32.5 hours per week, term time only)

 

Required from 4th January 2020 – fixed contract for two terms

 

Do you want to be part of something amazing?

 

Hucknall Flying High Academy has an exciting opportunity for a Teaching Assistant to form part of our Foundation / KS1 team.

 

Have you got talent? If so come and share it at Hucknall Flying High Academy…

 

Why work at Hucknall Flying High Academy?

 

Our school is about every member of this community working together to achieve their full potential in all areas of life. With friendly and welcoming individuals, we work together to collaborate and make real contributions that will benefit our children and their families every day.

 

Each of our individual roles have an impact on the future of many – developing and inspiring the future leaders, entrepreneurs and the innovators of tomorrow. We strive to deliver learning experiences to engage and instill a curiosity to find out more. Our goal is to develop individuals who ask why, therefore becoming life-long learners and visionaries, with aspirations ready for the challenges of the future in an ever-changing world.

 

As a member of the ‘Early Years’ team you will work alongside the teachers, supporting our cohort of 3 to 5-year-old children to grow, learn and develop in an environment rich with opportunities, high expectations and fun!

 

As the successful candidate you will have the capability of providing our Nursery, Foundation and Key Stage 1 children with high quality, interactive and memorable learning experiences. You will play a full and important role in the running of the Early Years Unit including delivering activities, assessing the children’s progress and contributing to future developments under the supervision of the class teacher and Foundation Leader.

 

We are looking for someone with experience of working with children, ideally in a school or nursery setting. You will be passionate about supporting the needs of every child, with the expectation that every child can and will succeed.  

 

 

 

We can offer you:

 

  • Access to high quality CPD
  • Working in a supportive partnership within and beyond your school, driven by a moral purpose underpinned by our core ethos and values.
  • Working within a developmental, not judgemental, school and partnership.
  • Recognition and rewards: celebrating the achievements of all.
  • An organisation committed to supporting and enabling the wellbeing of all staff.

 

We are looking for someone who:

 

  • Is passionate to work with young children.
  • Is self-motivated
  • Has experience working with children in a school or alternative setting.
  • Is able to use initiative and communicate with colleagues politely and professionally.
  • Has strong interpersonal and organisational skills and is a true team player.
  • Is always looking to make improvements.
  • Sets high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge children.
  • Promotes good progress and outcomes for children.
  • Is able to adapt activities to respond to the strengths and needs of all children.
  • Manages behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment.
  • Will play an active part in the wider life of our school.
  • Has a sense of humour!

The successful candidate will have an enhanced DBS disclosure

 

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and post holders to share this commitment.

 

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applicants. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

 

Closing date: 5.00pm on Friday 4th December 2020

 

Interviews: Take place week beginning 7th December 2020

 

An application form can be found below.

 

For any further information email office@hucknallfha.co.uk or call the Hucknall Flying High Office on 0115 7012020

 

For further information about the amazing benefits of being a part of the Flying High Partnership please visit www.flyinghighpartnership.co.uk

 

Job Title: Midday Playworker

Salary: Grade 1 (pts 1-2) TTO £2144

Hours: 5 hours per week (12pm till 1:00pm)

Location: Hucknall Flying High Academy

 

Required: TBC

 

Have you got talent? If so come and share it at Hucknall Flying High Academy…

 

Why work at Hucknall Flying High Academy? Our brand-new school will be about every member in this community working together to achieve their full potential in all areas of life. With friendly and welcoming individuals, we will collaborate to make real contributions that will benefit our children and their families every day.

 

Each of our individual roles will have an impact on the future of many – developing and inspiring the future leaders, entrepreneurs and the innovators of tomorrow. We will strive to deliver learning experiences to engage and instill a curiosity to find out more. Our goal is to develop individuals who ask why, therefore becoming life-long learners and visionaries, with aspirations ready for the challenges of the future in an ever-changing world.

We are seeking a highly motivated and organised individual with energy and vision to join our lunchtime team as a Midday Playworker. We are looking for a strong candidate who can provide stimulating activities for our pupils to support the lunchtime service, in what is a brand-new school.

The role involves working outdoors to ensure that the children are engaged in a variety of activities, as well as supervising and supporting the children. The successful candidate will be someone who is well skilled in encouraging children to play appropriate games, as well as other related duties.

The successful candidate will enjoy working with children; have good behaviour management skills; and be willing to undergo any training that is required.

 

We are looking for someone who will be able to:

 

  • provide a stimulating lunchtime experience for the children
  • liaise with the midday team to provide an effective service
  • deal with people in a consistently polite, friendly manner
  • communicate with children in a calm manner
  • provide first aid to children as and when required
  • independently manage the lunchtime staff 
  • be able to work confidently under pressure
  • maintain confidentiality at all times

 

What we can offer:

 

  • a commitment to your professional development.
  • a highly motivated and supportive staff team committed to ensuring that all children
  • realise their full potential
  • the opportunity to work within a welcoming and enthusiastic environment with wonderful children, supportive staff, governors and parents
  • a commitment to quality CPD as part of the Flying High Trust, including access to professional qualifications.
  • The chance to progress in your career within the school and across the trust.

 

If you are keen to be part of our very special team, please fill in an application form which is attached below.

 

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; therefore all positions are offered subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and references confirming your suitability to work with children.

 

Closing date: Open advert

Interviews: TBA

 

 


 

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