Opportunities for dedicated professionals to join our staff and share and develop their experience in important roles.

Eden Primary is a wonderful primary school that welcomes children from all backgrounds, integrating the best of general and Jewish education. The school is inspired by the diversity and strength of its community, creativity, an inclusive approach to learning, outdoor education, excellence and innovation in education.

Vacancies at our school

HIGHER LEVEL TEACHING ASSISTANT

Salary: Scale 5 Point 12 (£30,003 pro rata)

Hours: Full time. Term Time only.

Start Date: ASAP or September 2024

Our innovative Jewish primary school welcomes and supports children of all faiths and backgrounds, in an open, respectful and creative learning environment.

We are looking for enthusiastic, creative and caring practitioners who will work with children with SEND needs and across EYFS, KS1.

Alongside the role of Higher Level Teaching Assistant there is the opportunity to take on the additional role of an After School Provision or Breakfast Club team member. Please refer to the individual application packs for these.

If you would like to know more about the school please contact Helen Graff, Head Teacher.

Closing Date for Applications:  13th May 2024

Interviews: 23rd May 2024

These positions below will be considered alongside the post of Teaching Assistant and you will not need to complete another application form. Please state that you are interested in this role alongside your TA application.

Eden Primary is committed to safer recruitment and the protection of children and vulnerable adults. All positions will require full background checks, including two satisfactory references, an Enhanced DBS check and an online search, in line with KCSIE 2023. We are committed to promoting equality and challenging discrimination. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. 

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