Higher Level Teaching Assistant – St Paul’s C of E Primary School
Headteacher: Clive Hale
Deputy Headteacher: Debbie Finch
Phone: 0207 722 7381
Higher Level Teaching Assistant
1 year fixed term contract in the first instance
Pay Scale 6 (17-20)
08.30am to 4.30pm – 35 hours per week across 5 days
term- time only, plus one week (39 weeks)
Start date: 4th September 2023
Salary Range: £31,887 to £33,510 FTE pro rata
St Paul’s C of E Primary School is a consistently ‘Good School with Outstanding features’. We are particularly proud of our children, their behaviour towards each other and to their learning. The School is idyllically situated on the borders of Primrose Hill Park. Our one form entry school has a friendly and committed staff and supportive parents, which creates a lively and rewarding place to work. We are looking for a Higher Teaching Assistant who enjoys working with children of all ages.
If you are inspired by children’s learning and would like to be part of a committed and professional team, we would like to meet you. This job would ideally suit someone who has completed their teacher training, or has some teaching experience and may wish for some extra time to consolidate their experience before becoming a teacher.
For an application pack, please visit: www.stpauls.camden.sch.uk/Contact/Job-Vacancies
Please email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to visit, please contact the School office and arrange an appointment on 0207 722 7381.
Closing date: 12 noon, Friday, 30th June 2023 Interviews to be held: the week of 3 July 2023
St Paul’s CE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure. In line with KCSIE 2022 and safer recruitment practices, the school will conduct an online search for all shortlisted candidates. The online search is part of our safeguarding checks and will seek publicly available information on candidates’ suitability to work with children. Shortlisted candidates will be provided with further guidance and will be asked to clarify their online presence.