- Salary details: NJC 5-7, £18,795 – £19,554 per annum (pro rata accordingly).
- Hours: 35 hours per week – Job share would be considered.
- Job term: 2 fixed term posts available
- To commence: As soon as possible
- Closing date: 12 noon, Friday 2nd October
- Interviews: Tuesday 6th October
We are looking for a caring, creative and inspirational individual to join our inclusive school community. High quality cover supervision and pastoral support is integral to the delivery of high-quality teaching and learning for all in the school. The school community works together to ensure pupils thrive and achieve so that they grow into happy and independent young people.Read more
Salary NJC 18-23 £24,313 – £26,999 per annum (£19,103 – £21,213 pro rata)
Fixed Term contract until 31st August 2021
35 hours per week
Heyford Park Free School is committed to delivering inclusive, high quality learning and teaching that nurtures and enables pupils with SEND to be active, to aspire and to thrive within the school community and beyond.
We are looking for a caring, creative and inspirational individual to join our inclusive school community. High quality learning support is integral to the delivery of high-quality teaching and learning for all in the school. The school community works together to ensure pupils thrive and achieve so that they grow into happy and independent young people.Read more
Heyford Park Free School are seeking to appoint a new team of committed and understanding invigilators to assist with internal mock exams and the GCSE summer examination period.
No previous experience required, training will be provided for both new and experienced invigilators.
If you are looking for an interesting and challenging role in the school environment and can work flexible days/hours throughout the year and able to commit to the 6 weeks of summer exams, then we would love to hear from you!
Heyford Park Free School is a two-form entry school for both primary and secondary students. Opening in September 2013, it draws students from Upper Heyford, local villages and from Bicester. There are lots of new houses being built locally and our numbers will grow with the new development: from September, we anticipate having around 230 primary school children and 300 secondary students.
We aim to know every one of our students well as individuals, providing an environment that allows them to achieve what they are truly capable of by promoting both academic progress and a ‘can do’ attitude. This is a fantastic opportunity to join Heyford Park Free School as we grow and develop. We are passionate about children’s learning, development and welfare, and look to help all to achieve to the full.
- Part time – Term Time Only – Casual depending on Examination requirements (approximately 10 weeks during the academic year)
- Hourly Salary (Inc. Holiday Pay): £9.58 per hour
We are offering a part-time volunteer role as a Language Assistant teaching Spanish to students in years 7-11 in a small group, 1:1 or supporting the Head of Spanish in class.
Why work as a volunteer?
- You may be currently studying and need work as a CV builder
- Perhaps you are looking for full time employment but a lack of work experience is hindering your chances
We are offering the opportunity to do flexible volunteer work teaching students your native language.
The language assistant can share contemporary knowledge of the language and culture and provides opportunities for students to increase their fluency and confidence in the target language. They provide assistance with both written and spoken forms of the language and promote an understanding of the language and culture across the broader school community.
If you are interested in this position, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Heyford Park Free School is an equal opportunities employer.
Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, candidates will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Heyford Park Free School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment.Read more