Part time Woodwork Teacher

Part time Woodwork Teacher sought to teach woodwork for small groups of children from age 5 to 11. The curriculum is Steiner Waldorf inspired blended thoughtfully with elements of other approaches including Forest School and Mainstream Education.

Currently 15 hours a week spread over 3 days, 35 weeks a year, hourly rate paid depending on experience and qualification.

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk

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Part Time Afternoon Club Assistant (working with children from age 3 – 12)

Afternoon club Assistant, working with children from age 3-12.
(gross pay) £10 per hour

12.30pm to 5.30pm Monday to Thursday, and 12.30pm to 3.30pm on Fridays – Term time only.
These hours may be subject to change as the school grows. Occasional weekend and evening working may be required for festivals, open days

N/A – part time working on hourly basis during term time. Leave only in holiday period.

Please note that an early years level qualification will be required for this post.

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk

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Class Teacher – Alternative Primary Setting

Role Summary:
• Teaching pupils (aged 7 upwards) according to their educational needs, with an open readiness to personalise approaches.
• Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of pupils.
• Building outstanding relationships with families and their children, working within the framework of our parent partnership programme.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £24,000 to £30,000 depending on experience.

The ideal candidate will be caring, organised and friendly with a willingness to work as part of a team. Core to the school’s values and underlying the school goals of holistic education and academic excellence is a real partnership between staff and families, with children’s happiness and well-being at the centre of that partnership. It’s a close community, with lovely children and parents who are actively engaged in supporting the school.

Person Specification
We are looking for a caring and efficient individual, committed to the school’s pathways for education provision. These are the specification criteria to identify suitable candidates:
• Qualified teacher status is desirable.
• Willingness to live near the school, in Morden, South London. Or proven willingness to travel.
• Teaching experience or a good understanding of Steiner (or other alternative pedagogy including Montessori or Reggio Emilia) is essential.
• Qualification degree level in teaching is essential.
• References. Three impeccable educational, and one personal reference. (Previous/current employers reference essential).

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk

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Classroom Assistant– Alternative Primary Setting

Role Summary:
• Providing support to children (aged 7 upwards) with language and learning delays.
• Giving extra help through structured interventions so that children with additional needs may access the curriculum.
• Helping to develop a programme of learning activities and adapting appropriate materials for children to work with.
• Preparing resources.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

The ideal candidate will be caring, organised and friendly with a willingness to work as part of a team. Core to the school’s values and underlying the school goals of holistic education and academic excellence is a real partnership between staff and families, with children’s happiness and well-being at the centre of that partnership. It’s a close community, with lovely children and parents who are actively engaged in supporting the school.

Person Specification
We are looking for a caring and efficient individual, committed to the school’s pathways for education provision. These are the specification criteria to identify suitable candidates:
• Willingness to live near the school, in Morden, South London. Or proven willingness to travel.
• Teaching experience or a good understanding of Steiner (or other alternative pedagogy including Montessori or Reggio Emilia) is desirable.
• Qualification in an alternative pedagogy is desirable.
• References. Three impeccable educational, and one personal reference. (Previous/current employers reference essential).

Next steps

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk  marked Class Teacher

apply here

Kindergarten Assistant– Alternative Primary Setting

Role Summary:
• Assisting the Kindergarten team with daily, weekly activities with regard to the Steiner inspired early years principles and practices.
• Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of children in Kindergarten.
• Planning and preparing morning snacks.
• Learning and preparing materials for circle time and craft activities.
• Building outstanding relationships with families and their children, working within the framework of our parent partnership programme.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

The ideal candidate will be caring, organised and friendly with a willingness to work as part of a team. Core to the school’s values and underlying the school goals of holistic education and academic excellence is a real partnership between staff and families, with children’s happiness and well-being at the centre of that partnership. It’s a close community, with lovely children and parents who are actively engaged in supporting the school.

Person Specification
We are looking for a caring and efficient individual, committed to the school’s pathways for education provision. These are the specification criteria to identify suitable candidates:
• Willingness to live near the school, in Morden, South London. Or proven willingness to travel.
• Teaching experience or a good understanding of Steiner (or other alternative pedagogy including Montessori or Reggio Emilia) is essential.
• Qualification recognised early years qualification is essential.
• References. Three impeccable educational, and one personal reference. (Previous/current employers reference essential).

The post holder will be accountable to the Head Teacher.

Next steps

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk  marked Class Teacher

apply here

Kindergarten Teacher (Maternity Cover – 12 months contract) – Alternative Primary Setting

Kindergarten Teacher, (Maternity Cover – 12-month Contract)
£25,500 p.a. Subject to qualifications and experience

• Completed Steiner Waldorf Early Years qualification (Level 4/Level 5)
• At least two years in post as a Kindergarten Teacher in a Steiner early years setting.

37 hours per week (including staff meetings) plus all class preparation, one parents evening each term, occasional home visits, Inset days and school preparation in last week of longer holidays. Occasional weekend working for festivals and open days.

Staff Leave / Holidays – 14 weeks per annum, to be taken within school holiday time

Start Date – March 2020

The post holder will be accountable to the Head Teacher.

Next steps

Please contact Emily Maskell at info@thelondonacornschool.co.uk  marked Class Teacher

apply here