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Early Years Learning Support Assistant (Maternity Cover)

Early Years Learning Support Assistant (Maternity Cover)

Haberdashers' Girls' School

Elstree, Hertfordshire

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Job type:
Full Time, Maternity Cover
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
28 November 2017

Job overview

Required for January 2018 Early Years Learning Support Assistant. Ideally, qualified to Level 3 NVQ in Childcare and Education, or Level 3 NVQ in Early Years Care and Education, or hold a Higher Teaching Learning Assistant qualification.  

The post holder will work with very well motivated pupils and highly qualified and dedicated teachers in this large, independent girls’ school, to provide learning support in the classroom, to contribute to the care and welfare of the children and to their supervision in the playground.    

Outstanding facilities; excellent working conditions; lunch and on-site parking provided.  

Further details of the post and an application form are available on the school’s website ( Applications with contact details of two referees should be sent to the Executive Head of the Junior School, Mr Robert James-Robbins, via no later than 12 noon on Tuesday 28 November 2017.

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About Haberdashers' Girls' School

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+44 20 82662300

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Founded in 1875, Haberdashers’ Girls’ School, Elstree is a leading independent day school for girls aged 4–18. The School’s academic results place it amongst the highest-ranked schools in the UK.

It provides a challenging, positive, stimulating and secure community in which students enjoy working hard to fulfil their potential. The co-location of the School with Haberdashers’ Boys’ School provides the best of both worlds: an excellent single-sex education within a co- educational environment.

The School traces its roots back to the 17th century when its founder, Robert Aske, established the principles that guide it to this day – to give talented and ambitious young people the opportunities they need to succeed in life. Its priority is the education of the whole person, amongst other bright, well- motivated students, taught by a highly qualified, committed staff. In partnership with parents, it aims to provide every student with the intellectual, cultural, physical, moral, personal and spiritual resources she needs to give her confidence to go forward in a changing world.

The School is a diverse community which nurtures a global perspective and a deep sense of responsibility for the world in which its pupils will lead and succeed. Its excellent pastoral care, broad academic curriculum and far-reaching co-curricular provision prepare students for success, wherever their passion may take them.

Today the School educates approximately 1,250 girls from the age of 4 to 18, including 320 in the Junior School and 220 in the Sixth Form. Admission to the School is by competitive selective assessment, and students enter at 4+, 7+, 11+ and 16+.

On its most recent visit in March 2022, the Independent Schools Inspectorate rated the School “Excellent” in all areas.

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