Broke Hall Community Primary School

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Business Support Assistant

Pay: Grade 2 Above the bar (£18,887 - £19,264 fte)

Job term: 25 Hours/Week 38 Weeks (Term Time)

Appointment: Permanent

We are looking to appoint a committed and enthusiastic Business Support Assistant to join our friendly and popular school. We would welcome candidates who are well organised, efficient, flexible and friendly.  You will cover reception duties and support a wide range of roles within a busy office. 

The successful candidates will:

  • Be responsible for reception, email and messenger duties
  • Ensure that visitors and callers are welcomed and dealt with in a professional manner
  • To input and process data on a PC utilising various software
  • Support school staff with copying and various other administrative tasks
  • Be able to liaise closely with colleagues
  • Have experience of working with children of primary school age
  • Previous School Admin experience would be beneficial.

Start Date: As soon as possible – Autumn term

Visits to the school are welcomed from the 1st September.  For further information or to arrange a visit please email the school office: frontoffice@brokehall.suffolk.sch.uk

Closing date:   Thursday 1st September 2022 - Midday

Interview dates: Thursday 8th / Friday 9th September 2022

Job Description

Application Form

Completed application forms to be sent to frontoffice@brokehall.suffolk.sch.uk

Learning Support Assistant

Pay: Grade 2 Above the bar (£18,887 - £19,264 fte)

Job term: 27.5 Hours/Week 38 Weeks (Term Time)

Appointment: Permanent

We are looking to appoint committed and enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant to join our friendly and popular school. We would welcome candidates who are passionate about supporting all children within an inclusive classroom environment to join our team.  You will be committed to inclusion and will be ambitious and open minded about potential for achievements and progress. You will need to be able to form a positive and consistent relationship with pupils, focussing on creating a calm, secure and consistent working environment around them.

 The successful candidates will:

  • Be caring and committed to putting the child first
  • Support children with SEND - either as 1:2:1 or small group
  • Be able to model excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Have a good understanding of how children learn
  • Be flexible and able to adapt learning activities and resources to suit pupils when necessary, making them as accessible as possible
  • Lead interventions for small groups of children in phonics, reading, literacy and numeracy
  • Be committed to raising standards
  • Be able to liaise closely with teachers
  • Have experience of working with children of primary school age

Start Date: As soon as possible – Autumn term

Visits to the school are welcomed from the 1st September.  For further information or to arrange a visit please email the school office: frontoffice@brokehall.suffolk.sch.uk

Closing date:   Thursday 1st September 2022 - Midday

Interview dates: Thursday 8th / Friday 9th September 2022

Job Description

Application Form

Completed application forms to be sent to frontoffice@brokehall.suffolk.sch.uk

Midday Supervisor

Pay: £9.00/hour (plus holiday pay)

Job term: Part time

Appointment: Casual

We are looking for enthusiastic, flexible people to become members of our supportive team of staff who supervise children at meal time and lunch time play. 1.25 hours per day, part time, term time only.  Please see full job description below.

We would welcome applications from people applying for 1 day per week up to 5 days per week.

Job Description

Application Form

Application forms are also available from the school office.

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For all of our vacancies: 

We can offer:

  • A happy, friendly, vibrant primary school that strives to meet the needs of all children
  • A  lively and  supportive staff team
  • An inclusive and caring ethos
  • A wide range of CPD opportunities
  • The opportunity to join in with a range of social activities
  • Access to a National Employee Assistance Programme

The Children's Endeavour Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts.