About the role
PERMANENT APPOINTMENT: we are looking to appoint an experienced HLTA, who has experience of whole class teaching, to join our friendly and dedicated team as soon as possible.
We have 2 positions available; 1 for 28 hours per week and 1 for 21 hours per week, term time only. Please state your preference in your covering letter advising which position you are applying for.
The successful candidate will have the skills and experience to teach key stage 1 and key stage 2 classes on a regular basis to release class teachers for PPA and leadership time and to teach booster groups in key stage 2. A willingness to be adaptable is required as there may be some changes to the timetable to provide cover in the short term absence of class teachers.
Hammond Academy is part of Aspire Academies Trust, a small multi-academy trust of six schools in the Hemel Hempstead and Watford areas. There are many benefits to working for Aspire Academies Trust:
- An exciting opportunity to be part of an expanding organisation with high aspirations
- The opportunity to truly mould and grow alongside our planned organisational growth
- A strong learning environment, evidenced by our learning culture and our teaching school
- The opportunity to help drive the Trust, its employees and its practices towards future excellence
- Collaboration of good practice across the Trust schools
- A Teaching School as part of the Trust offering excellent training opportunities
- Career development opportunities within the Trust schools
- Free meal offered daily to all Trust staff
The Aspire Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding children and young people. Our interviews will always include relevant questions relating to child protection and/or safeguarding. The successful applicant will be required to undertake pre employment vetting checks; an enhanced DBS including children's barred list check, health questionnaire and provide 2 good references.
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