Herefordshire, HR2 8DL
01981 540 221
The Steiner Academy Hereford is now in its eight year of life and is thriving with full classes and beautiful buildings and surroundings. We seek colleagues to help us develop the living qualities of Steiner education in the heart of Herefordshire
VACANCIES FOR SEPTEMBER 2016
Annual full-time salary: £16,284 (FTE)
(Part-time Monday to Friday, predominantly in the morning).
Actual annual salary will be approx. 16 – 25 hrs to be confirmed at interview.
A number of opportunities have arisen for suitably qualified and experienced Teaching Assistants to join our developing school.
Required for a September start, we are seeking Teaching Assistant support with the education and welfare of pupils with identified Special Educational Needs in both the Lower and Upper School
You will be expected to either to work with individual children and/or by supporting small groups or individuals promoting their self-esteem, independence and academic progress.
The Upper School position is linked to an Upper School pupil and will require support in a range of GCSE lessons. An interest and knowledge in History and/or Science would be an advantage for this post.
The appointments will require from 16 – 25hrs/week commitment details of which will be explored at interview and dependent on the strengths and availability of candidates appointed.
The appointments will initially be on a fixed-term contract until the 31st August ’17 and may be subject to change. The contract may be extended and/or made permanent.
Application forms and further details on this vacancy are available from Kate Andrews at the Steiner Academy Hereford to whom completed forms should be returned by the closing date, 12.00pm on Tuesday 12 July ’16 (contact details above). CV’s will not be accepted.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 14 July’16. Please indicate on the application form your availability and whether you are applying for the upper or lower school position.
An Enhanced DBS check will be required for all positions
The Steiner Academy is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for the benefit of everyone. The Steiner Academy wishes to employ staff who are caring and will uphold the ethos, values and curriculum of the Academy. To support this, the Academy takes into account the guidance issued by the DfE in relation to Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education.