Applications are invited for an EYFS Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) on a permanent contract at Bournville School Primary Provision, Hay Green Lane,B30 1SH
FTE Salary FMAT S01 – £25,951 - £27,668 per annum.
Actual salary £22,695 - £24,197 per annum
37 hours per week – Term time
As South West Birmingham’s first all-through school providing education from reception to year 11. We are a school that will constantly strive to make the learning experiences of our students the best it can be. We aim to fill their days with happy memories and experiences so that they enjoy their learning and develop a thirst for knowledge and make the best progress possible and the greatest success in examinations.
Bournville School is a mainstream, non-selective, comprehensive school for students aged 4 - 16. We are a school with high expectations and ambition for all, built on traditional values. Pivotal to this is a positive ethos and culture of ‘dignity in hard work and effort’. There is particular regard to outstanding achievement for all students whatever their academic starting point and a commitment to lifelong learning for all stakeholders.
Required as soon as possible
The associaties wish to appoint an experienced EYFS HLTA. This will be someone who has:
• A proven record of excellent early years practice, skills and knowledge to support pupils in our Reception Foundation Stage unit
• A creative drive to provide an engaging stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environment
• Good interpersonal and organisational skills to enable them to work well as a member of a hard working team
• Energy, initiative and who will thrive on challenge in a new provision.
Informal visits are welcomed and encouraged.
Fairfax Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.
We look forward to receiving your application.
Closing date no later than 12 noon on 28th April 2017
Interviews w/c 8th May 2017