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Friday 10 October 2014
SCHOOL VACANCY BULLETIN
Click Here to view Current Vacancies
Promoting Equal Opportunities and Celebrating Diversity
For more information about this borough please log onto our website at www.barking-dagenham.gov.uk
Contents
Section 1 – Infant Education
(Specialist Support) Teacher
Key Stage 2 Intervention Teacher New!
Section 2 – Junior Education
(Specialist Support) Teacher
Section 3 – Primary Education
Nursery Nurse
(Specialist Support) Teacher
Teachers in KS1 and KS2 New!
Experienced Teaching Assistants New!
Upper KS2 Teacher New!
Upper KS2 Teacher/Computing Leader New!
Deputy Headteacher New!
Assistant Headteacher Inclusion New!
Senior Teachers (With Leadership Responsibilities) New!
Teacher for ARP New!
Team Leader (With responsibility for Learning and Achievement) New!
Section 4 – Secondary Education
Teacher of Media Studies New!
Section 5 – Special Schools
No vacancies at present
Section 6 – School Support (Non Teaching)
Midday Supervisory Assistant
Special Educational Needs Coordinator
Finance and Marketing Assistant New!
Midday Assistant New!
Data Manager New!
Learning Mentor New!
Midday Assistant New!
SECTION 1 – INFANT EDUCATION
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(SPECIALIST SUPPORT) TEACHER
Non-classed Based, Delivering Specialist Support Interventions
2 Year Fixed Term Contract
Required January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Headteacher:
Contact:
Website:
Twitter:
MPS/UPS
Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking IG11 0LG
Paul Jordan
Kelly Ager on 020 8270 4317
http://tviacademy.org/
@TVInfants
Thames View Infants is particularly successful at helping all children achieve their best.
Governors at our Academy wishes to strengthen our deeply inclusive provision by appointing a successful,
enthusiastic and energetic Primary Teacher to lead and implement, exciting interventions aimed at our highest
attaining Year 2 pupils and to also help support our most/least able readers within KS1.
Full support will be given, including the opportunity to work alongside an experienced Reading Recovery Teacher, as
well as working closely within a team of experienced teachers, skilled at securing success for the most able. Although
you will mainly be working with individuals and small groups, at times you will be required to cover classes.
As the successful candidate you will:
Have high expectations for all children and for the staff who work with them.
Be an outstanding practitioner – able to inspire children at all stages of learning.
Have a good broad knowledge of working and planning within a KS1 and KS2 curriculum.
Have a good understanding of the process of early literacy acquisition.
Be organised, confident and self-directed.
Demonstrate a commitment to your own professional development.
Visits to school are most welcome and highly recommended.
Closing date noon 17th October.
Interviews during the week beginning 20th October.
Please download all application documentation from http://tinyurl.com/TVIJobs, which should be returned
electronically to [email protected] (including “Support Teacher” in the subject line). Please
note, CVs will not be considered. For visit arrangements and further details, please arrange via the same
email address.
Thames View Infants was judged as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in April 2014 for the second time and is a National Support School/National leader in
Education. Remaining committed to working within the local family of schools and locally agreed HR policies, Thames View Infants converted to
Academy Status in September 2012. We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks, including enhanced
DBS clearance.
Thames View Infants: a company limited by guarantee Registered in England: Company Number: 08163191
Registered Office: Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking, Essex IG11 0LG
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KEY STAGE 2 INTERVENTION TEACHER
Start Date: Jan 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
MPS /UPS
Manor Longbridge School, Scholars Way, Dagenham RM8 2FL
020 8724 1111
[email protected]
We require an enthusiastic, high quality, experienced Key Stage 2 teacher to lead specialist
intervention groups and cover PPA in Key Stage 2.
Full job description, person specification and application forms are available from: Ms Jones.
Contact details are listed above
The closing date will be 3:30pm on the 17th October 2014
In the interest of economy only those candidates who have been shortlisted will be contacted.
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including a disclosure check will be undertaken on all applicants.
SECTION 2 – JUNIOR EDUCATION
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(SPECIALIST SUPPORT) TEACHER
Non-classed Based, Delivering Specialist Support Interventions
2 Year Fixed Term Contract
Required January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Headteacher:
Contact:
Website:
Twitter:
MPS/UPS
Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking IG11 0LG
Paul Jordan
Kelly Ager on 020 8270 4317
http://tviacademy.org/
@TVInfants
Thames View Infants is particularly successful at helping all children achieve their best.
Governors at our Academy wishes to strengthen our deeply inclusive provision by appointing a successful,
enthusiastic and energetic Primary Teacher to lead and implement, exciting interventions aimed at our highest
attaining Year 2 pupils and to also help support our most/least able readers within KS1.
Full support will be given, including the opportunity to work alongside an experienced Reading Recovery Teacher, as
well as working closely within a team of experienced teachers, skilled at securing success for the most able. Although
you will mainly be working with individuals and small groups, at times you will be required to cover classes.
As the successful candidate you will:
Have high expectations for all children and for the staff who work with them.
Be an outstanding practitioner – able to inspire children at all stages of learning.
Have a good broad knowledge of working and planning within a KS1 and KS2 curriculum.
Have a good understanding of the process of early literacy acquisition.
Be organised, confident and self-directed.
Demonstrate a commitment to your own professional development.
Visits to school are most welcome and highly recommended.
Closing date noon 17th October.
Interviews during the week beginning 20th October.
Please download all application documentation from http://tinyurl.com/TVIJobs, which should be returned
electronically to [email protected] (including “Support Teacher” in the subject line). Please
note, CVs will not be considered. For visit arrangements and further details, please arrange via the same
email address.
Thames View Infants was judged as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in April 2014 for the second time and is a National Support School/National leader in
Education. Remaining committed to working within the local family of schools and locally agreed HR policies, Thames View Infants converted to
Academy Status in September 2012. We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks, including enhanced
DBS clearance.
Thames View Infants: a company limited by guarantee Registered in England: Company Number: 08163191
Registered Office: Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking, Essex IG11 0LG
SECTION 3 – PRIMARY EDUCATION
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NURSERY NURSE
Start Date: November / December 2014
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Scale 6
Henry Green Primary School, Green Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UR
020 8270 4466
[email protected]
Do you want an exciting new challenge and to be part of a committed team of practitioners, then Henry
Green Primary school may have the opportunity for you. The Headteacher and school Governors are
seeking to appoint a Nursery Nurse to join us.
You will:
 Provide the children with a safe, secure and home-like environment
 Operate a keyworker system and liaise with parents/carers, carers, and senior staff
 Plan, organise and implement a programme of activities to meet the needs of this age group
 Work as part of a highly motivated and professional team
You will need to:
 Hold a full and relevant early years and childcare qualification at Level 3 (NVQ Level 3)
 Have gained experience within a nursery setting
 Have proven organisational skills
 Take on the role of Key Person, taking the lead in building positive relationships with
individual children and their families.
In addition, you will need to be flexible and creative, with the commitment to provide first class
childcare. All staff and volunteers are expected to demonstrate their commitment to safeguarding
children and young people within their work.
Visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact Emily Lines (SBM) on 0208 270 4466 to
arrange a visit, or by email on [email protected]
Closing date for applications:
15th October 2014
Interviews : Week Commencing
20th October 2014
For an application form and further details, please contact Miss E Lines (SBM)
[email protected]
“Henry Green Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure application to
the Disclosure & Barring Service and check against the ISA barred list for Children."
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(SPECIALIST SUPPORT) TEACHER
Non-classed Based, Delivering Specialist Support Interventions
2 Year Fixed Term Contract
Required January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Headteacher:
Contact:
Website:
Twitter:
MPS/UPS
Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking IG11 0LG
Paul Jordan
Kelly Ager on 020 8270 4317
http://tviacademy.org/
@TVInfants
Thames View Infants is particularly successful at helping all children achieve their best.
Governors at our Academy wishes to strengthen our deeply inclusive provision by appointing a successful,
enthusiastic and energetic Primary Teacher to lead and implement, exciting interventions aimed at our highest
attaining Year 2 pupils and to also help support our most/least able readers within KS1.
Full support will be given, including the opportunity to work alongside an experienced Reading Recovery Teacher, as
well as working closely within a team of experienced teachers, skilled at securing success for the most able. Although
you will mainly be working with individuals and small groups, at times you will be required to cover classes.
As the successful candidate you will:
Have high expectations for all children and for the staff who work with them.
Be an outstanding practitioner – able to inspire children at all stages of learning.
Have a good broad knowledge of working and planning within a KS1 and KS2 curriculum.
Have a good understanding of the process of early literacy acquisition.
Be organised, confident and self-directed.
Demonstrate a commitment to your own professional development.
Visits to school are most welcome and highly recommended.
Closing date noon 17th October.
Interviews during the week beginning 20th October.
Please download all application documentation from http://tinyurl.com/TVIJobs, which should be returned
electronically to [email protected] (including “Support Teacher” in the subject line). Please
note, CVs will not be considered. For visit arrangements and further details, please arrange via the same
email address.
Thames View Infants was judged as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in April 2014 for the second time and is a National Support School/National leader in
Education. Remaining committed to working within the local family of schools and locally agreed HR policies, Thames View Infants converted to
Academy Status in September 2012. We comply fully with the ethos of safer recruitment and undertake all relevant checks, including enhanced
DBS clearance.
Thames View Infants: a company limited by guarantee Registered in England: Company Number: 08163191
Registered Office: Thames View Infants, Bastable Avenue, Barking, Essex IG11 0LG
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TEACHERS IN KS1 AND KS2
Required January 2015 or after
Location:
Contact:
Email:
George Carey C of E Primary School, Rivergate Centre,Minter Road,
Barking IG11 0FJ
Tracy Sexton-Barnes on 020 8270 4040
[email protected]
A Christian School for all
George Carey Church of England Primary School is a new and growing establishment which sits
at the heart of the Riverside development, one of the most ambitious regeneration projects in the
country which aims to create a vibrant and sustainable community of 26,000 people. The school is
central to bringing this new community together. As well as having places for 630 children and a
78 part-time place Nursery (when fully open), the school also incorporates an additional resource
provision (ARP) for 12 pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Governors are seeking to appoint able and creative teachers from January 2015 with the skills,
energy and drive to support the successful expansion of the school.
Successful candidates will:
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Play a key role in supporting the school aims
Be committed to continuing professional development
Have the ability to support the Christian ethos of the school
We can offer:
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A learning environment that is stimulating, developing and challenging
An ethos of care and support
Enhanced opportunities for your professional development
A chance to be a significant part in this exciting development
Visits to the school are highly recommended by arrangement with the Headteacher, Chris
Harrison.
For further details and an application package please contact the PA to the Headteacher, Tracy
Sexton-Barnes, on 0208 270 4040 or email
[email protected]
Closing Date and shortlisting : Monday 20th October 2014
Interviews: 24th October 2014
“This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including an enhanced disclosure check will be undertaken on all applicants”
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EXPERIENCED TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Required as soon as possible
30 Hours per week, Term time only, 08:30am to 03:30pm
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Scale 4, scale point 18; £13,893.92 per annum
Grafton Primary School, Grafton Road, Dagenham, Essex RM8 3EX
020 8270 4666
[email protected]
Due to the recent and rapid increase in our pupil numbers we have created additional posts for
experienced classroom teaching assistants. The successful candidates will be required to provide
quality in class support across the key stages.
You will need to hold an NVQ 3 or above to apply and have recent and relevant classroom
experience. You will have high expectations of work and behaviour. You will be able to work
effectively in a team and be flexible, as well as be able to show initiative.
All posts will begin as soon as possible. If you would like to apply please visit our website to
download an application pack.
We can offer:
 A supportive and forward looking staff and governing body
 Opportunities for Continuing Professional Development
 A pleasant working environment and helpful staff in our over-subscribed, successful school
Visits to the school are always welcome, please telephone the school to arrange an appointment.
Closing Date for this post will be Tuesday 21 October 2014
Interviews week commencing 3rd November 2014
Applications made by C.V. or from agencies will not be accepted.
Grafton Primary is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including a disclosure check, will be undertaken on all applications
Application forms are available for download on http://www.graftonprimaryschool.com or by
emailing [email protected], alternatively you can collect one from the School office.
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UPPER KS2 TEACHER
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
MPS/UPS (Inner London)
Southwood Primary School, Keppel Road, Dagenham RM9 5LT
020 8270 4915
[email protected]
We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and inspirational teacher who is motivated by the
opportunity to make a significant contribution to the future development of Southwood Primary
School.
We are looking for a teacher who:
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shares our commitment to achieving the highest possible standards in teaching, learning,
behaviour and care;
will deliver high quality teaching and learning;
will inspire, challenge, motivate and support our pupils;
has excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills;
o Visits to our school are strongly recommended. Please contact the School Office via e-mail
or telephone to book an appointment.
o Please also visit our website for further information about our school:
http://www.southwoodprimary.co.uk/
o Please email completed application forms to: [email protected]
Closing date: Tuesday 21st October 2014
Interviews: Thursday 23rd October 2014
“This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process, including a Disclosure
Check, will be undertaken on all applicants.’
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UPPER KS2 TEACHER/COMPUTING LEADER
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
MPS/UPS plus TLR 2B (Inner London)
Southwood Primary School, Keppel Road, Dagenham RM9 5LT
020 8270 4915
[email protected]
We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and inspirational teacher who is motivated by the
opportunity to make a significant contribution to the future development of Southwood Primary
School.
We are looking for a teacher who:






shares our commitment to achieving the highest possible standards in teaching, learning,
behaviour and care;
will deliver high quality teaching and learning across the primary age range;
will lead by example and develop excellence in others through coaching and mentoring;
will inspire, challenge, motivate and support pupils, staff, governors and the wider school
community;
will oversee changes to the Computing curriculum and update our information technology
as the school grows to 3 form entry;
has excellent communication, organisational, management and interpersonal skills;
o Visits to our school are strongly recommended. Please contact the School Office via e-mail
or telephone to book an appointment.
o Please also visit our website for further information about our school:
http://www.southwoodprimary.co.uk/
o Please email completed application forms to: [email protected]
Closing date: Tuesday 21st October 2014
Interviews: Thursday 23rd October 2014
“This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive
screening process, including a Disclosure Check, will be undertaken on all applicants.’
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DEPUTY HEADTEACHER
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Group 3, L12-L16 Inner London
Henry Green Primary School, Green Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UR
020 8270 4466
[email protected]
The Governors and Headteacher of Henry Green Primary School are seeking to appoint an
inspirational Deputy Head Teacher with a proven track record of high quality teaching and the
passion to lead and further enhance our leadership team. If you want an exciting new challenge
and to be part of a committed team of practitioners, then we have the ideal opportunity for you.
The successful candidate will be someone who
 Is an enthusiastic and motivated individual
 Is an effective classroom practitioner with high expectations and outstanding teaching.
 Shows integrity, professionalism and initiative
 Will promote high standards and expectations of achievement
 Has the ability to lead, motivate and inspire staff and children
 Is able to lead on behaviour management, curriculum development and assessment
 Is committed to working effectively with parents, carers and the wider community
 Will take an active part in all aspects of school life
 Shows excellent interpersonal and communication skills
 Has the desire to develop effective leadership, management and organisational skills
 Is able to use data to enhance pupil progress
 Is hardworking and highly motivated, with a strong team spirit and a good sense of humour.
We can offer you:
 A diverse and supportive community of friendly children, who are eager to achieve and
deserve the best
 A talented and forward thinking leadership team, with dedicated and hardworking staff and
Governors
 The opportunity to be part of a team that will move the school forward through a time of
change
 a commitment to on-going professional development and support to become a headteacher
 a significant opportunity to take a lead role in the direction the school takes over the next
few years.
Visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact the school office on 0208 270 4466 to
arrange a visit, or by email: [email protected]
For an application form please contact the School Business Manager Emily Lines via email
[email protected] All completed forms should be returned to the school
address as above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Closing date: Monday 20th October 2014
Shortlisting: Tuesday 22nd October 2014
Interviews: Friday 24th October 2014
"This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including. An enhanced disclosure check will be undertaken on all applicants."
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ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER: INCLUSION
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
L5 – L9 Inner London Pay
Henry Green Primary School, Green Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UR
020 8270 4466
[email protected]
Do you want an exciting new challenge? Do you want to work closely with our Headteacher to
shape the future of our school, then Henry Green Primary School has an exciting proposition for
the right person! If you are a high quality classroom practitioner or highly motivated leader who is
ready for the next step in your career then we would like to hear from you.
The Governors and Headteacher would like to appoint an inspirational, motivated and enthusiastic
Assistant Headteacher, responsible for inclusion, to join our Senior Leadership Team from April
2013 (or sooner). If you are resilient, passionate about young people and enjoy the demands of
every day school, this could be the opportunity for you.
We are looking for someone with:
 A passion and enthusiasm for the education of all children and an outstanding classroom
practitioner, who has high expectations of all pupils.
 Enthusiasm, initiative, flexibility and a committed approach.
 The skills to be an effective team builder who is dynamic and an inspiration to others.
 The ability to lead Inclusion throughout the school
 The commitment to working in partnership with parents, governors and the wider
community.
 The ability to engage with the Senior Leadership Team in taking the school forward
and contribute significantly to our rapid improvement journey.
 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
We will offer you:
 The opportunity to work in a supportive environment.
 Continuous professional learning, development and improvement.
 The opportunity to contribute to raising standards for all our pupils.
 The opportunity to work within our leadership team and make a real difference to our
children and school.
 A supportive Governing body.
Visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact the school office on 0208 270 4466 to
arrange a visit, or by email: [email protected]
For an application form please contact the School Business Manager Emily Lines via email
[email protected] All completed forms should be returned to the school
address as above. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Closing date: Monday 20th October 2014
Shortlisting: Tuesday 22nd October 2014
Interviews: Friday 24th October 2014
"This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including. An enhanced disclosure check, will be undertaken on all applicants."
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SENIOR TEACHERS WITH LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Qualified teachers pay plus Inner London Weighting plus TLR 2B
Richard Alibon Primary, Dagenham, Essex
020 8270 4706
[email protected]
This post offers a genuine opportunity to share in the leadership of the school and have a major
impact on what we achieve.
Graded Good by Ofsted in September 2014, our recently expanded school is looking to add to our
leadership posts.
With new facilities, including a spectacular IT suite, Richard Albion is a forward thinking primary
school with an additionally resourced provision for 20 children with moderate learning difficulties
and complex needs. We have good communication links with London and Essex being 10 minutes
walk from the nearest tube station and close to the M25 and A13.
The successful candidates will:

Lead the development of the computing curriculum and ensure our children have access to
state of the art IT provision and the use of technology is integral to children’s learning
across the curriculum

Take charge of our creative curriculum team to ensure we deliver an exciting, engaging and
global curriculum
or
We are confident we are offering an excellent career opportunity in return for your hard work.
The school will offer you a good induction programme, be interested in your own professional
development and provide you with non-teaching time to fulfil your leadership responsibilities.
Visits to the school warmly welcomed. If you have any further queries about either of the posts
please contact Andrew Fullagar, Headteacher, using the contact details below.
Closing date: Thursday 16th October.
This school is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required.
Further details and application forms available from the school office.
Tel:
0208 270 4706
Email: [email protected]
www.richardalibon.co.uk.
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TEACHER FOR ARP
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Main Pay Spine plus one SEN point
Richard Alibon Primary, Dagenham, Essex
020 8270 4706
[email protected]
Teacher to work in our Additionally Resourced Provision for children with moderate
learning difficulties and complex needs
Main Pay Spine plus one SEN point
Our Resource supports the needs of 20 children with moderate learning difficulties and complex
needs from Reception to Year 6. A team of 4 teachers and 4 teaching assistants work with our
children both in the ARP classrooms and in mainstream classes.
The successful candidate will be committed to inclusion, a good team player, highly organised and
able to work collaboratively with a wide range of professionals. You will also be fully integrated
into, and play an active role throughout our primary school.
We welcome applications from experienced teachers with a good knowledge of special
educational needs and those from a mainstream background willing to undertake additional
training.
Richard Alibon is a ‘Good’ school (Ofsted September 2014) and our ARP is highly regarded as a
local centre of excellence.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. If you have any further queries please contact Andrew
Fullagar, Headteacher, using the contact details below.
Closing date: Friday 17th October
This school is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required and work history background checks will be
made.
Tel: 020 8270 4706
Email: [email protected]
www.richardalibon.co.uk
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TEAM LEADER RESPONSIBLE FOR LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT
Required for January 2015
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Qualified teachers pay plus Inner London Weighting plus TLR 1a (£7,323)
Richard Alibon Primary, Dagenham, Essex
020 8270 4706
[email protected]
Richard Alibon is a large Primary school with an additionally resourced provision for 20 children
with cognitive and learning difficulties. We have good communication links with London and Essex
being 10 minutes walk from the nearest tube station and close to the M25 and A13.
This is a newly created post in a new leadership and management structure due to significant
school expansion.
You will be the team leader of our Year 4 and 5 teaching team, class teacher and lead a
curriculum area of learning which is open to negotiation. You will get significant leadership time out
of class to deliver on your leadership role.
Ofsted graded the school ‘Good’ in September 2014 and we are confident we are offering an
excellent career opportunity with real scope to make a big difference to the education of our
children and the professional lives of our staff.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. If you have any further queries please contact Andrew
Fullagar, headteacher, using the contact details below.
Closing date: Thursday 16th October
This school is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required.
www.richardalibon.co.uk
SECTION 4 – SECONDARY EDUCATION
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TEACHER OF MEDIA STUDIES
Required from January to August 2015
0.6 FTE, across 4 days
Salary:
Location:
Apply:
Teachers Main Scale or Unqualified Teachers Scale available
Barking Abbey School, Sandringham Road, Barking IG11 9AG
http://www.barkingabbeyschool.co.uk
Barking Abbey is an outstanding school and is seeking a Media Teacher to join the Media department on a
temporary basis. The applicant would be required to teach Media at Key Stage 4 and a willingness to teach
Media Studies at Key Stage 5 would be an advantage.
We welcome applications from teachers who have a passion for Media, an enthusiasm for teaching and a
willingness to push their students to achieve their best results.
Barking Abbey is a heavily over-subscribed secondary school in the London Borough of Barking and
Dagenham, and has a well-deserved reputation for its friendly and supportive atmosphere and its excellent
academic achievements.
Interested
applicants
should
download
the
application,
found
on-line
at
http://www.barkingabbeyschool.co.uk/ or by sending a stamped addressed A4 envelope to the above
address.
Only fully completed application forms will be accepted, CV applications will not be considered.
Closing date for this post: Midday on Wednesday 15 October 2014.
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 21 October 2014.
Barking Abbey is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and is an Equal
Opportunities Employer.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process,
including Disclosure check, will be undertaken on all successful applicants.
SECTION 5 – SPECIAL SCHOOLS
No vacancies at present
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SECTION 6 – SCHOOL SUPPORT
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MIDDAY SUPERVISORY ASSISTANT
Start Date: Required from 3rd November 2014
5 Hours per week term time only
Location:
Salary:
Email:
The St. Teresa Catholic Primary School, Bowes Road, Dagenham, RM8 2XJ
Scale 1b - Spinal Point 10
[email protected]
We are looking for a person, committed to the Catholic ethos of the school, who is able to enhance the play
experiences for our pupils at lunchtime. Training will be given. The St Teresa Primary School occupies a
beautiful site and is a small one form entry primary school.
Please contact the school office for an application form and further details on:
Tel 020 8270 4757
Email [email protected]
Closing and shortlisting date: Wednesday 15th October 2014
Interview Date: Thursday 23rd October 2014
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young
people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Appointment to this post will be subject to a
satisfactory Enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.
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EXPERIENCED SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS COORDINATOR
Start Date: Jan 2015 or sooner
SENCO Qualification Required
Salary:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
TLR 2B
Henry Green Primary School, Green Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UR
020 8270 4466
[email protected]
Do you want an exciting new challenge and to be part of a committed team of practitioners, then Henry
Green Primary School may have the opportunity for you. The Headteacher and school Governors are
seeking to appoint an experienced and highly motivated Senco to join us. You should have a proven track
record of working with children with SEN, BSED needs and disabilities.
We offer:
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A diverse and supportive community of friendly children, who are eager to achieve & deserve the
best
A dynamic, talented, and forward thinking leadership team
The opportunity to be part of a team that will move the school forward through a time of change
A school which is committed to professional development and equality for all staff with a high level
of induction and training for new staff members.
You will need to:
 Be an exemplary teacher
 Have a proven record of expertise in Special Education Needs
 Demonstrate success with regard to parental engagement
 Have a passion for children's learning and development at all levels
 Be able to accept challenges, inspire and motivate others
 Demonstrate the ability to effectively use assessment data
 Have a desire to achieve and raise standards
 Be a committed team member
 Have the ability to engage the whole school community including external agencies
 Have a commitment to professional development and be prepared to 'think outside the box'
Visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact Emily Lines (SBM) on 0208 270 4466 to
arrange a visit, or by email on [email protected]
Closing date for applications:
Interviews : Week Commencing
17th October 2014
20th October 2014
For an application form and further details, please contact Miss E Lines (SBM)
[email protected]
“Henry Green Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure application to
the Disclosure & Barring Service and check against the ISA barred list for Children."
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FINANCE AND MARKETING ASSISTANT
Required ASAP
25 Hours per week
Salary:
Location:
Apply to:
£19,104 – £21,086 pro rata, depending on qualifications and experience
Barking Abbey School, Sandringham Road, Barking IG11 9AG
www.barkingabbeyschool.co.uk
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Barking Abbey School for a Finance and Marketing Assistant to join
the team. The successful applicant will be responsible for administering financial support to the Finance
Manager for marketing and administering the hire of school premises including customer liaison and
support as well as the consequential financial administration.
You will need an excellent understanding of financial administration requirements and procedures as well
as an understanding of the needs to ensure excellent customer service. The ability to work to a pattern
involving early starts/late finishing and weekend duty will also be required.
Barking Abbey is a heavily over-subscribed split site secondary school in the London Borough of Barking
and Dagenham, and has a well-deserved reputation for its friendly and supportive atmosphere and its
excellent academic achievements.
For more information and to apply for this post, please visit www.barkingabbeyschool.co.uk and download
the application form and full job description. Completed applications should be sent to Human Resources at
[email protected] Only fully completed application forms will be accepted.
Closing date for this post:
Midday on Friday 17 October 2014
Interviews will be held w/c 03 November 2014
Barking Abbey is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and is an Equal
Opportunities Employer.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process,
including Disclosure check, will be undertaken on all successful applicants.
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MIDDAY ASSISTANT
Salary/Hours:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
LLW (Hours to be arranged)
George Carey C of E Primary School, Rivergate Centre,Minter Road,
Barking IG11 0FJ
Tracy Sexton-Barnes on 020 8270 4040
[email protected]
A Christian School for all
The Governors would like to appoint Midday Assistants/Supervisor with immediate effect to
support pupils during lunch times. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills
who enjoys working with children to join us in the lovely environment of this Church of England
primary school. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this. A full DBS enhanced disclosure will
be required for the successful candidates. Individual CVs will not be accepted without an
application form.
For further details and an application form please contact the school office on 0208 270 4040 or
email
[email protected]
Closing date: 17th October 2014
Interviews: 23rd October 2014
"This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening
process, including a disclosure check, will be undertaken on all applicants"
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DATA MANAGER
Required for January 2015
Term time only, plus examination periods
Salary/Hours:
Location:
Contact:
Email:
Phone:
PO4 (Point 41-44, £32,105 - £34,453)
All Saints Catholic School, Terling Road, Dagenham, RM8 1JT
Mrs Hartley
[email protected]
020 8270 4242
The Post
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We are seeking to appoint an operationally and strategically motivated Data Manager to
lead on all aspects of data within a busy school environment. The ideal candidate will have
strong data management, excellent organisation, administration and communication skills.
An educational background with a sound knowledge of SIMS would be advantageous. An
excellent knowledge of Excel is essential. For the right person, this post will offer you
variety in your work, challenge and professional development.
Our School
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We are a high achieving 11 -18 school with very good examination results. The School is a
Teaching School and has retained its Investors in People status over a prolonged period.
Our Headteacher is a National Leader of Education. Excellent professional development
opportunities are available for colleagues in a forward thinking and creative organisation.
Further details of the post are available from Mrs Hartley
Closing date for applications is 20th October 2014
Applicants are welcome to visit the School.
All Saints School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to a full DBS check before appointment is confirmed.
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LEARNING MENTOR
Required for November 2014
Term time only, 37.5 hours per week
Salary/Hours:
Location:
Email:
Phone:
Pay Scale 4 or Scale 5 (for applicants who have successfully completed the
Learning Mentors National Certificate)
Godwin Primary School, Finnymore Road, Dagenham RM9 6JH
[email protected]
020 8270 4242
The Headteacher and Governors of Godwin Primary School are seeking to appoint an
enthusiastic, supportive and positive Learning Mentor. The Learning Mentor will have the
experience to provide support and guidance to children and those engaged with them by removing
barriers to learning and achievement, working mainly through a 1:1 supportive relationship or
small group work. This may include developing coping strategies, enhancing motivation, raising
aspirations and encouraging re-engagement in learning.
The successful candidate must
 have experience of working with children in an educational setting (essential)
 demonstrate high levels of numeracy and literacy, with good spoken and written grammar
skills and a proven ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
 have a great sense of humour and be firm but compassionate
 have the confidence and experience to liaise with staff, parents and outside agencies
 have the highest expectations of the children they support
 promote high levels of motivation, engagement and achievement
 have good behaviour management skills and strategies
 be willing to run after-school clubs
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged and can be arranged by our
telephoning the school office.
Application forms are available from Val Fage on 020 8270 4150 or by email (see above) and
should be returned to the school by 9am on the closing date of Monday 20th October 2014
Interviews on Thursday 23rd October.
As a school we are committed to the safeguarding and welfare of our children and expect all staff
and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders
Act and a comprehensive screening process, including a check by the Disclosure and Barring
Service (DBS) at enhanced level, will be undertaken on all applicants.
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MIDDAY ASSISTANT
Start Date: November 2014
Salary/Hours:
Location:
Email:
Phone:
Scale 1b
Henry Green Primary School, Green Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UR
[email protected]
020 8270 4466
Do you want an exciting new challenge and to be part of a committed team of practitioners, then Henry
Green Primary School may have the opportunity for you. The Headteacher and school Governors are
seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, team player and motivated individual to work within our team of
lunchtime supervisors
We offer:




A diverse and supportive community of friendly children, who are eager to achieve & deserve the
best
A dynamic, talented, and forward thinking leadership team
The opportunity to be part of a team that will move the school forward through a time of change
A school which is committed to professional development and equality for all staff with a high level
of induction and training for new staff members.
You will need to:
 Have excellent communication skills
 A good standard of written English
 Have a passion for children's learning and development at all levels
 Be able to accept challenges, inspire and motivate others
 Be a committed team member
Visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact Emily Lines (SBM) on 0208 270 4466 to
arrange a visit, or by email on [email protected]
Closing date for applications:
21st October 2014
Interviews :
24th October 2014
For an application form and further details, please contact Miss E Lines (SBM)
[email protected]
“Henry Green Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure application to
the Disclosure & Barring Service and check against the ISA barred list for Children."

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