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Vacancies

Level 3 Teaching Assistant, Early Years (permanent)                                                Level 3 Teaching Assistant, ASD/ADHD Pupil Support (permanent)
Both posts: 32.5 hours per week (8.30am to 3.30pm daily)                     Term Time + 2 days

Part hours, variable hours or Job Share will be considered for these posts

The Academy Committee and Headteacher of Richard Coates CE Primary School would like to appoint a suitably experienced Teaching Assistant to join our school. This is an opportunity to become part of our school community, initially supporting either younger pupils or pupils with specific needs.  The role requires a level of flexibility and may alter over time to include more developed roles and responsibilities with the potential to work across the primary school age range.

Band 1 Lunchtime Supervisor (permanent)                                                

7.5 hours per week (11.45am to 13.15pm daily)                     Term Time

The Academy Committee and Headteacher of Richard Coates CE Primary School would like to appoint a Lunch time Supervisor to join our school. This is an opportunity to become part of our school community and care for our Primary aged children during their time having lunch and playing on the yard.

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