Required as soon as possible: This September, we have admitted a higher number of pupils with an Education Healthcare Plan. Therefore, the Governors are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, confident teaching assistant to join our friendly and committed team. This position would ideally suit someone who has the ability to inspire and motivate children whilst being pro-active, calm and cheerful. It is important for our school that you want to contribute to the growth and development of every child and to meet their individual needs. This is temporary post until 31st August 2022, working 8.35am - 3.00pm each day, term-time only.
The successful candidate will:
o Work with the class teacher, SENDCO and other staff to prepare resources and deliver lessons to individuals and small groups
o Work in partnership with parents and external agencies to support children
o Follow and implement all school policies and procedures
o Be reliable, punctual and consistent in your work
o Previous experience would be welcome
o GCSEs Grade 9-4 in English and Maths (or equivalent) are essential
o 5 GCSEs Grade 9-4 (or equivalent) are desirable
Our core employee rewards and benefits include:
o Competitive salary
o Pension scheme
o Family friendly leave, pay and working arrangements
o Relevant learning and development opportunities
o Free on-site parking
o A dedicated, enthusiastic and highly professional staff team
o A professional working environment in which all staff are valued, listened to and able to fully use their gifts and talents
o NASUWT Valued Worker Scheme
Applications are invited from candidates able to uphold the Christian ethos of the school. The post is covered by the Protection of Children Act and is therefore subject to an enhanced DBS check. Information pack available from the school website: www.deanery.wigan.sch.uk
Completed applications should be returned to:
Mrs Tracy Wogan, Executive Assistant to the Headteacher
T: 01942 597501
Closing date: Friday 17th September 2021 (9.00am)
Interviews: w/b. 20th September 2021 (candidates invited to interview will be contacted by email.)
o The progress made by the majority of pupils currently in the school is improving strongly and rapidly. Their progress is now good.
o Teaching is good. Teachers are knowledgeable about their subjects and most provide suitable stretch and challenge for pupils.
o Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They take pride in their work and behave well in lessons and at social times.
The Deanery Church of England High School and Sixth Form College
- Mainstream school with state - voluntary aided funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years