At Gorse Ride Schools, we recognise that the people who work for us are fundamental in enabling us to provide an exceptional learning experience for every pupil we teach. If you would like to be part of a school that is always looking for improvement, that never stands still, that utilises every innovation to improve the learning environment, we would love to hear from you.
This is an excellent opportunity for a class teacher to join a two form entry Infant and Junior School with an environment designed to encourage every child to achieve their maximum potential and embrace their individuality. We are seeking someone who is engaging and passionate about teaching children to grow, do their best and be as proud of themselves as we are of them. We welcome all applicants including those that are newly qualified or with limited post qualification experience.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an NVQ L3 Teaching Assistant to join our EYFS team.
We are looking for someone who is flexible, adaptable and able to show high levels of initiative. Knowledge of the Early Years curriculum is desirable but, more importantly, we are seeking an individual who is keen and quick to learn and who is an excellent team player.
We are seeking to recruit a full time Teaching Assistant to work under the guidance of the Inclusion Team / Therapy Team to provide one to one support to a pupil with a physical disability. You will assist in meeting the learners’ need for encouragement, reassurance and comfort and attend to their personal requirements and physical care while encouraging independence at all times. This is a funded role (term time only) which will terminate when either the child leaves the school or funding ceases.
We are seeking to recruit a full time Teaching Assistant to become part of our strong and effective team. The role will involve supporting children in class and working independently with small groups as well as working alongside the teacher to support children’s learning, social and emotional needs. This rewarding role requires someone who is caring, motivating and patient. The year group has not yet been determined but will primarily be in KS2 (Y3-Y6).
We are looking to appoint lunchtime playworkers to join our lovely school. The successful candidates will be enthusiastic, reliable and keen to support the school. You will need to be flexible, ideally have experience of working with children, ensuring confidentiality and safeguarding at all times.
Successful candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including: eligibility to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS disclosure and full references including one from your most recent employer. Gorse Ride Schools is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Gorse Ride Schools is a member of the Forward Thinking Partnership which is a group of local schools who work collaboratively to raise local standards of teaching and learning. Both Head Teachers and Business Managers meet regularly are committed to the development of good practice, shared CPD and the development of a coaching model. Throughout the year, all members are responsible for delivering initiatives which contribute to the overall work of the partnership.