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Bird In Bush School


Job type:
Full Time, Fixed Term
Start date:
November 2017
Apply by:
6 November 2017

Job overview


Camelot Primary School

Bird in Bush Road, London SE15 1QP

Web Site: http://www.camelot.southwark.sch.uk

Headteacher: James   Robinson, head@camelot.southwark.sch.uk

“seeking exceptional   standards of education for our pupils and community”

#exceptionaleveryday  #its_now_our_time  @CamelotSE15 (Twitter &   Instagram)

Highly aspirational Teaching Assistants wanted 

to join our rapidly improving Primary School

Required for November 2017 onwards

Fixed Term Contract for the academic year 2017-18

30 hour contract 

(8.45 – 3.30   p.m + one day finishing at 4.30 p.m)

Salary – Pay Grade 3 

(approx. £18,555 - £20,607 paid on pro rata terms)

We hope to hear from all interested applicants looking to join a   staff team committed to the challenge of making a difference for our pupils   and community. School visits are thoroughly recommended. 

Please request a time inside the school day if possible.

Closing date for applications:  Monday 6th November with   interviews in week commencing Monday 13th November

For an application pack or if you   have any queries please contact Sharon Raven (email:recruitment@camelot.southwark.sch.uk)   or alternatively contact the headteacher directly, details as above.

Camelot School is committed to the Safeguarding and   promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff   and volunteers to share this commitment. 

All posts are subject to pre-employment checks.   References will be sought and successful candidates will need to undertake an   enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

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About Bird In Bush School

Located in The London Borough of Southwark, Bird in Bush School is a primary school for children aged 3-11. With around 500 pupils, it is significantly larger than the average school of its type. Bird In Bush Primary has a large and extremely diverse catchment area both culturally and economically, a fact reflected in its student intake. The school runs numerous additional activities and provision for students, including a breakfast club. The school received additional funding in order to run its PE and sports programmes.


Mr James Robinson

Values and Vision

Bird In Bush Primary School works hard in order to provide a broad and diverse curriculum, in order to best meet the needs of the diverse range of students who attend the school. The school seeks to foster a strong sense of community among its pupils, encouraging them to show pride in their achievements and their surroundings. Outside of the classroom, Bird in Bush Primary offers a range of after-school clubs, in order to encourage pupils to further their personal development and to help prepare them for life in secondary school.

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Applications closed