The Blue Coat School - Part-Time Teaching Assistant (Monday-Wednesday)
The Blue Coat School
We are seeking to recruit a Part-Time Teaching Assistant to support children in a Pre-Prep class of 20 children.
We are seeking to recruit a Part-Time Teaching Assistant to support children in a Pre-Prep class of 20 children. The successful applicant will need to be caring and flexible and be able to communicate effectively with parents, children and colleagues. The successful applicant will also be expected to promote and safeguard the welfare of all children for whom the post holder has responsibility and with whom the post holder comes into contact.
The Blue Coat School is an Independent Day Preparatory School offering an outstanding educational experience to around 620 boys and girls from 2 to 11 years. Founded in 1722 as a charity school 'for the purpose of maintaining poor children' in the centre of Birmingham, it is now an IAPS Prep School occupying a beautiful site in Edgbaston in 15 acres of playing fields and gardens. It is a thriving community where children achieve a great many things - with outstanding results.
The Blue Coat School was founded in 1722 and is a stimulating and rewarding place to work, in the company of enthusiastic and dedicated staff. It has excellent resources, which are used to provide enjoyable and imaginative learning. Our community ethos is very strong, and we maintain the highest expectations of the interpersonal relationships between pupils and between the staff and children. We aim to produce happy, polite and successful young people. The co-curricular programme at Blue Coat is rich and varied.
The Blue Coat School
Somerset Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B17 0HR
- 308 Day Boys (2-11)
- 291 Day Girls (2-11)
- IAPS, ISC
Closing Date: 16 May 2019
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