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The NPW Service
20th October 2014
Issue 7
The NPW Newsletter
…the home for Newham school job vacancies
NPW Updates
School News
Newham News
Job Vacancies
Achievement Award
@Npwnews
Vital Education Enterprise & Training Limited (Vital EET) have
awarded Lorna Jackson an Achievement Award
Lorna Jackson was honoured with an
achievement award at an event
celebrating Black History Month, held at
Maryland Primary school. The event
was organised by the group Vital EET
and featured a range of speakers,
including Dr Mark Richards, physics
lecturer at Imperial College London and
Cllr Terry Paul, Newham Mayoral
adviser on skills and adult learning.
Lorna stated that “there were some
inspirational speakers at the event who
spoke about the role of parents,
motivation, resilience and having a
strong foundation” when dealing with
racism.
Lorna has taught children for 35 years
and was one of the first black
Headteachers in Newham. She also
started the Newham African Caribbean
Teachers’ Association, in order to help
fight racism.
NPW UPDATES
Royal Docks Hero Teacher
Royal Docks teacher is named “Teacher of the Year” at the
annual Pride of Britain Awards
A teacher who donated a kidney to one
of his severely ill students has received
an award for his selfless act.
Special needs co-ordinator Ray was
hailed a hero by Alya’s father, Ahmed
Ali, who said he was an “amazing man”.
Ray Coe, who works at Royal Docks
Community School in Custom House,
was named Teacher of the Year at the
annual Pride of Britain Awards 2014.
The awards, which were given out at a
glittering ceremony in central London,
honour ordinary people who have gone
beyond the call of duty.
Alya is back at school and hopes to work
at Great Ormond Street Hospital where
she was treated.
The awards are nominated by the public
and the winners are from all walks of
life, of all ages, and from all over the
country.
Classified
Service
Update
Passing of NPW Board Director
NPW were sorry to hear last week that
Ian Richardson, one of our board
directors has passed away. Ian served
as a director from January 2011
representing school governors. As a
relatively new company, Ian’s
governance expertise was invaluable as
we sought to establish ourselves. He
played a vital role in the recent
leadership transition of the company
and we had come to rely on his advice
and, more importantly, his wisdom.
In passing on the sad news, colleagues
have invariably referred to Ian’s charm
and they remember him as a gentleman. Both as a company director and a
school governor Ian worked tirelessly
for the benefit of Newham’s young
people. His contribution and commitment will be greatly missed.
NPW User Group Meeting
The NPW User Group meeting is
scheduled for the 25th November,
from 4pm – 5pm at Francis House. The
group meets once a term to discuss a
range of issues regarding NPW's
services and it has already given us a
range of suggestions that we have
acted upon.
Ray, 53, donated his kidney to Alya
Ahmed Ali, 13, in a selfless act in which
he saved the teenager’s life.
The User Group has openings for
additional Head Teachers, Deputy
Heads and School Business Managers/
Bursar membership. If you are
interested in joining the group please
ask your Headteacher to email
[email protected]
He joined Carol Vorderman on stage
where he was presented with his
Teacher of the Year Award by comedian
John Bishop and Jimmy Carr. Ever
modest Ray played down his actions,
saying it had been the right thing to do.
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From Hollywood to Newham
Sir Ian McKellen visits Little Ilford School
It was a monumental day in the history of Little Ilford
School as the legendary actor of stage and screen, Sir Ian
McKellen, was welcomed through its doors.
humanity. Little Ilford's continued commitment to tackling
all forms of prejudice continues to explicitly tackle
homophobic bullying and we strive to reflect our
community through making gay role models part of our
The acclaimed actor visited Little Ilford School in Manor
curriculum.” Little Ilford School takes a strong stance
Park to talk with students as part of the School Champions
against all forms of discrimination and would gladly welprogramme. Sir Ian has visited a number of schools around come any request to consult in educational and nonthe country to talk about the impact of homophobic bullying educational institutions.
and language and to answer questions from students about
homophobia and also about his career.
Little Ilford School is a forward thinking school and as you
walk through the corridors you are welcomed by posters
Students were thrilled by the visit from the X-Men and Lord against discrimination and staff wearing rainbow lanyards
of the Rings star, who spoke to different year groups. “I
all showing their support, and it is due to all this great work
think it is important that we learn that you can take pride in that Sir Ian was drawn to the school. The Hollywood star
accepting who you are. What Sir Ian McKellen has taught us was overwhelmed by the support for his cause and described
today is so beautiful and we are so grateful!”
it as ‘a haven’ for the students. He said “This is an
experience I will never forget.”
Sir Ian Mckellen is the co-founder of Stonewall, a lesbian,
gay and bisexual rights charity, which is currently
More information about the charity can be found at
celebrating its 25th anniversary. Stonewall was formed by a www.stonewall.org.uk.
small group of men and women to oppose barriers to
equality, such as Section 28 of the Local Government Act
which stated “A local authority shall not promote the
teaching of homosexuality as a pretended family
relationship.” Section 28 was made law in the UK in May
1988 and was repealed in 2003. Headteacher Ian Wilson
said, “Having Sir Ian McKellen in our school to talk about
homophobic bullying was an inspirational experience for us
all.”
Kate Chadwick, the Equality and Diversity Coordinator at
Little Ilford School said, “The visit of the global star Sir Ian
McKellen to a school like Little Ilford demonstrates how
important equality and diversity is in informing our shared
SCHOOL NEWS
Model School Status
Vicarage Primary School has been appointed as a Read Write Inc. Model School
Vicarage Primary School has just been appointed as a Read
Write Inc. (RWI) Model School as a result of their excellent
practice of reading and writing teaching using RWI Phonics
and Literacy and Language.
Primary School has become a Read Write Inc. Model School.
It has been fantastic to see the school develop and flourish,
it’s great that other schools in the area can visit and see their
brilliant Read Write Inc. lessons in action.”
The 60 RWI UK Model Schools vary hugely in their
demographic and size. All have transformed their teaching by
implementing the whole school approach advocated in RWI
Phonics, a reading and writing programme created by Ruth
Miskin and published by Oxford University Press.
Vicarage Primary School are happy for teachers from local
schools to arrange to visit, observe lessons and ask questions
about their experience of the programme, including the
impact on results, behaviour and pupil engagement.
Website: www.vicarage.newham.sch.uk
All Model Schools are keen for teachers from local schools to
observe their lessons to see first-hand the impact RWI has
had on results, behaviour and pupil engagement.
Ruth Miskin, says, “I am so thrilled that the children in
Vicarage Primary School are making such fast progress.
Model Schools are vital in our drive to help children in other
schools make the same progress.”
Wendy Lewis, Oxford University Press Educational
Consultant for Newham says, “I am delighted that Vicarage
Inclusion Quality Mark Flagship School.
Essex Primary School receive Inclusion Quality Mark Flagship status
In June 2014 Essex Primary School renewed its Inclusion
Quality Mark award. The school was accredited with the
Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) from June 2008 and has since
then developed its accreditation in order to apply for Flagship
status. The school has a shared philosophy of inclusion; its
belief is that first quality teaching should impact on all
children including SEN.
The school was successful in its application for Flagship
status which is the top award given by the IQM to schools
that have demonstrated that inclusion is sustained and
developed. The schools SENCO, Mrs Janet Price,
coordinated the evidence for the accreditation.
The schools assessor, Linda Carr, produced the report about
the school which said:
“The leadership team strives tirelessly to ensure that the
school continues to improve and to ensure that they identify
and cater for the needs of all pupils. Much of the provision is
exemplary. There is a dedicated and expert team of staff led
by an inspirational head teacher who are committed to
providing the best possible learning experiences for all. They
recognise the talents and abilities of everyone. The Inclusion
team led by the highly skilled and knowledgeable Senco
NEWHAM NEWS
Newham
Upcoming Events
The North Beckton Teaching School Alliance,
School Direct open day
 Wednesday 22nd October
The event starts at 4pm, in North Beckton School, it
includes an introductory talk about the School Direct
courses and how to apply for a place. To book a free
place or to find more information please email Paula
Stewart at North Beckton School, her email is
[email protected]
Guy Fawkes Night
 1st November 2014
Where: Wanstead Flats, Centre Road, Forest Gate E7.
When: Gates open 5.30pm, display at 6.30pm.
Admire the view as our spectacular fireworks display
and dazzling pyrotechnics light up the sky. You might
also find yourself dancing along as our display will be
cleverly choreographed to a soundtrack of music hits.
Entrance to the event is free of charge.
Revolution Series
 24th - 25th October 2014
Packed with action from leading male and female
British and international cycling stars, cheer on Team
GB as they return to the Velodrome for Round 1 of the
Revolution Series. For more information please visit
at http://queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk
offers outstanding levels of support and guidance to children
and families. They closely monitor provision and offer excellent advice and training to other staff. All staff members are
all committed to ensuring that every child achieves to the best
of their ability. They also consider the development of their
own expertise and practice.
The programme of international visits and links with other
schools serves to broaden children’s horizons and to raise
their confidence and aspirations. Opportunities to participate
in events such as the Olympic opening ceremony and the
Commonwealth Youth Orchestra raise the self-esteem of
those involved. This evidence meets the criteria of Flagship
status.“
The flagship status is valid for three years.
www.newham.gov.uk.
@teachnewham
Teaching Vacancies
Avenue Primary School
Meanley Road
Manor Park
E12 6AR
Telephone: 0208 553 5682
E-mail: [email protected]
Headteacher: Mrs Hafise Nazif
We offer:
- Motivated, friendly children with high standards of behaviour.
- An ethos of commitment to raising standards.
- Exciting opportunities for professional development.
- A supportive Governing Body and parents
who work in partnership with the school.
Closing date: Monday 3rd November 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
We ask that you are:
- An outstanding classroom practitioner with
(with responsibility for Leadership of P.E and
experience across the Primary phrase.
Sports Funding TLR 2B for a suitable candidate) - An experienced subject leader.
- Eager to work as part of a Curriculum Team
Required for January 2015
dedicated to the continuous raising of standards
and achievement.
Avenue Primary School a large four form entry
- Committed to school improvement and to
school in Manor Park is looking to appoint a
ensuring that all children reach their true potenteacher to join the Key Stage 2 team and take a
tial.
Year 4 class from January.
To Apply visit...
Mainscale Teacher
Having received a Good judgement in all categories, in its recent Ofsted inspection
(September 2014), it prides itself on its high
level of inclusion and positive atmosphere for
learning.
Visits to the school are welcome
Sarah Bonnell School
‘Teaching is good across the school and well on
the way to becoming outstanding’
Girls:11-16 (1200 on roll)
Deanery Road
Stratford
E15 4LP
020 8534 6791
Teacher of History (Maternity cover 1 year)
JOB VACANCIES
Start date: January 2015
Sarah Bonnell is a successful, multicultural,
comprehensive girls’ school providing a quality
education. The school is a vibrant, inclusive and
diverse community where everyone is encouraged and expected to fulfil their potential; we
are proud of our achievements. In March 2013
OFSTED judged us as a 'Good' school and confirmed we are continuing our journey to becoming outstanding. This post is an opportunity for
you to join Sarah Bonnell School at an exciting
time in our development and to make a valuable
contribution on that journey.
Learning in Harmony Trust
Sheringham Primary School
Sheringham Avenue
Manor Park
E12 5PB
www.sheringhamprimaryschool.com
Teaching Opportunities
At Sheringham Primary School we are seeking
to grow our team of teaching staff to allow us
have the capacity to increase PPA and cover
release time, to fill maternity cover and to allow
us to fulfil our role as a National Support
School. Wherever you are in your career we may
have a position for you. Unlike some other adverts we’re not looking for ‘outstanding teachers’, but for people who have the will and determination to become a great teacher through
working as part of our team. Leadership and
Management Points are available to the right
Application form and further details please
apply on line at www.newham.gov.uk
For general enquires please call 020 8249
6943.Ref SCH01463
‘Be proud. Aim high. Work hard. Be nice. No
excuses’ is the motto created by the students.
Students are proud of their school and embody
these worthy expectations. The result is a
Details of this post and an application pack are
available from the TES HireWire website and
from the school’s website
(www.sarahbonnellonline.co.uk).
Application closing date: 9am on Friday 7
November 2014
Interviews will be held: Wednesday 12
mature approach to learning, a warm community November 2014
which is welcoming to visitors, and exemplary
Unfortunately, we are not able to contact applibehaviour. The students are excellent ambassacants who are not shortlisted for interview.
dors for the school.’
We are committed to safeguarding and promotOfsted March 2013
ing the welfare of children and young people
and expect all staff and volunteers to share this
We are looking for a creative individual with
commitment.
high expectations of self and others, who is
passionate about teaching, student achievement
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newand aspirations, able to inspire and get the best
ham Schools
from others and who show commitment to the
school's vision and ethos. If you believe you
have the talent and drive to lead and develop this
important area in the school, we will be delighted to receive your application.
candidates.
meet us on 020 8478 4244.
We can offer –
- Access to high quality training, both in school,
and from external sources
- A commitment to your well being and welfare
- Great pupils who want to learn
- Career opportunities at Sheringham and within
our Multi-Academy Trust
- A commitment to making you a great teacher
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We need you to be- Committed to your own learning, and to supporting the learning of others
- Qualified to teach within the primary age
range
- Keen enough to come and look round the
school and have a confidential conversation
about what Sheringham can offer you.
If you are interested in working with us please
contact Anne Simmonds (PA to the leadership
team) to arrange an appointment to come and
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
To Apply visit...
@teachnewham
Stratford School Academy
Grosvenor Road
Forest Gate
London
E7 8JA
020 8586 8756 7
www.stratfordschoolacademy.com
Second in Charge English Department
Dates: Apply by 13/10/2014 (9:00 am)
Job start January 2015
Salary: Academy Pay Scale plus TLA 2a
Contract type: Full Time
Contract term: Permanent
We are really pleased to have moved into the
first of our two new buildings. We believe that
if we are going to be as successful in the future
as we have been in the past then we need new,
modern buildings with up-to-date facilities. It is
important to us that we recruit the best teachers
who want to work with us to ensure our pupils
receive an outstanding education.
SSA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
and expects all staff and volunteers to share this
commitment.
The Board of Governors is seeking to appoint an
outstanding English teacher who is ready to take
on a wider challenge and responsibility of middle management.
If you would like to arrange a visit or have an
informal discussion about the role and the recruitment process, please contact Fiona Lorenzi
on 020 84712415.
The successful candidate will be strongly selfmotivated with excellent inter-personal commu-
Application packs can be downloaded from our
Kay Rowe Nursery School and
Children’s Centre
Closing date 23 October 2014
Osborne Road
Forest Gate
London E7 0PH
Outstanding Early Years Teacher
Required 2 days per week
January 2015 (or earlier)
Main Scale
Visits can be made by calling the school on 0208
534 4403
We are looking for an enthusiastic Early Years
Teacher to work as part of our amazing team.
If you have enthusiasm, energy and a passion for
working with young children and their families
then please
Application form and further details please
apply on line at www.newham.gov.uk Ref
SCH01448
JOB VACANCIES
nication skills and who has a track record of
outstanding achievement coupled with a good
understanding of curriculum development and
teaching and learning.
Grange Primary School
Suffolk Road
London
E13 0HE
Drama teacher for after school club
Adult literacy teacher for two hours a
week
Do you have some spare time in your week?
We are looking for a drama teacher to run an
after school club for year 5 and 6. This would
be from 3.15 – 4.20 pm once a week.
And an adult literacy teacher to work with a
small group of mixed ability parents for two
hours once a week.
If you are interested or would like more information please contact Kate Apps at the school
on 0207 476 5146
The Schools in this Authority are committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
website www.stratfordschoolacademy.com
Applications should be sent to
[email protected]
www.newham.gov.uk.
@teachnewham
Support Staff
Selwyn Primary School
Cecil Road
Plaistow
E13 0LX
2 x Teaching Assistants
To Apply visit...
Salary: Scale 3 Qualified £13,752 £14,616inc,pa
32.5 hours per week/term time only
To start ASAP
Selwyn Primary is an inclusive school with a
resource provision for hearing impaired pupils.
We are currently looking for two Teaching Assistants.
You will:
- Support the education and welfare of pupils
- Work closely with class teachers to ensure the
quality of teaching and learning is of an outstanding quality for all learners
- Work with small groups and individuals with
specific learning needs
Selwyn Primary School
Cecil Road,
Plaistow,
London,
E13 0LX
Headteacher: Emma Nicholls
Tel: 020 8471 6173
Fax: 020 8552 7609
e-mail: [email protected]
www.selwyn.newham.sch.uk
Required immediately
JOB VACANCIES
Supervisory Assistants
For this post, we are looking to appoint someone
who:
- Has enthusiasm for working with children
- Has experience of working with children with
special needs and/or language and communication delay
- Has a sound knowledge of the Primary school
curriculum
- Is hard working, flexible and able to work as
part of a team
- Has high standards of English and Maths
- Can offer good to outstanding practice which
engages and motivates pupils
- Has the ability to work effectively with children to raise standards of attainment and progress.
- Is committed to Selwyn’s ethos of high expectations
We can offer:
- A supportive, well motivated and experienced
staff team
- High quality professional development opportunities
staff. Applicants will need to have enthusiasm,
good communication skills and a willingness to
listen and support children and colleagues.
Your role will involve:
- Supervising children in the dining hall, playgrounds and classrooms.
- Assisting children with good table manners
and lunchtime courtesy.
- Organising games and play opportunities.
- Promoting positive play and social inclusion.
- Helping children to resolve disputes.
- Dealing with behaviour in accordance with the
school’s behaviour policy.
Salary Scale 1-£2,642 - £2,915pa,inc
1.5 hours per day; 7.5 hours per week
Previous experience of working with primary
aged children would be an advantage but is not
essential.
We are looking for Supervisory Assistants starting immediately to join our team of lunchtime
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
Sarah Bonnell School
education. We are a vibrant, inclusive and diverse community where everyone is encouraged
and expected to fulfil their potential.
Deanery Road
Stratford
E15 4LP
Email: [email protected]
www.sarahbonnellonline.co.uk
Girls:11-16 – 1200 on roll
Careers Education, Information Advice
and Guidance (CEIAG) Officer
Scale 5 Point 22-25
£18,624 to £20,282
36 hrs per week - Term time only
Required as soon as possible
“The school knows its students extremely well
and provides them with exceptional care and
support… Leaders at all levels have worked hard
to secure continuous improvement over a sustained period”
Ofsted Report March 2013
Sarah Bonnell is a successful, multicultural
comprehensive girls’ school providing a quality
We wish to appoint a dynamic, confident and
highly professional individual as our CEIAG
Officer. The successful candidate will have
experience of providing high quality advice and
support to young people, producing reports and
maintaining databases and excellent interpersonal skills.
Details of this post and an application pack are
available on our school’s website. Please apply
online or by downloading an application form
and submitting by post.
Unfortunately, we are not able to contact applicants who are not shortlisted for interview.
Application closing date: 12.00 noon on Friday
7th November 2014
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to provide evidence of Disclosure and
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed.
Application form and further details available at
www.newham.gov.uk.
For general enquires please call 020 8471 6173
or contact
[email protected] for further details.
Closing date: Monday 3rd November 2014
Shortlisting: Tuesday 4th November 2014
Interview: Wednesday 12th November 2014
Selwyn 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. A full DBS
disclosure is required and this can be applied for
once a job offer is made.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Ref SCH01461
The closing date for applications is: 5th
November 2014
Interviews will take place on: Week commencing 12th November 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Barring Service (DBS) clearance.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
To Apply visit...
@teachnewham
Forest Gate Community School
Forest Lane
London E7 9BB
0208 534 8666
Examinations Officer
Salary Scale 6 £21,421 - £22,748
Contract Term: Permanent – Term time only
plus one week
We are looking to appoint an Examinations
Officer who will be responsible for the administration and organisation of all aspects of external examinations in accordance with the regulations laid down by the awarding bodies. This
includes submitting entries in advance of deadlines, managing the daily running of external
examinations, organising examination rooms and
submitting completed examination papers. The
role also involves training and management of a
team of invigilators. The ideal candidate will
have excellent organisation, administration, ICT
Elmhurst Primary School
Upton Park Road
Forest Gate
London E7 8JY
Tel: 020 8472 1062
Email: [email protected]
Headteacher: Mr S. Ahmed
Teaching Assistants
Scale 2 unqualified £12,836
Scale 3 qualified £13,616
JOB VACANCIES
Permanent contract, 32.5 hours per week, term
time only
and communication skills. If you are selfmotivated and able to work effectively under
pressure we would like to hear from you. Previous experience of working in a school with
SIMS is desirable.
For more information about the post, as well as
an application pack including a full job description, please contact Mr Noman Ahmed on 020
8534 8666.
Completed applications should be submitted to
Mr Noman Ahmed by 12 noon on 23rd October
2014. You can also apply on line at
www.forestgate.newham.sch.uk Interviews will
take place week commencing 3rd November
2014.
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
The successful candidate will have:
- Excellent communication, people skills and
initiative
- High standards of literacy and numeracy
(minimum ‘A’ level or level 3 standard equivalent)
- A professional manner and be smartly dressed
- The willingness to work flexibly and collaboratively as required to meet changing needs
The roles will involve working with classes,
groups or on a 1-1 basis.
Shortlisted candidates will be asked to sit a
literacy and numeracy test as part of the interview process.
Elmhurst is a large, successful primary school
and Teaching School. This is a great opportunity
for an intelligent, hardworking and motivated
person to join our friendly staff. You will be part
of a highly valued support team who make a
significant contribution to our calm and productive learning environment
An enhanced DBS check is required before
taking up the appointment.
Vicarage Primary School
with SEND children with any of ASD, ADHD,
MLD, BESD or PMLD
- A commitment to children achieving their very
best.
- A team player attitude
- High standards of literacy and numeracy
- The willingness and ability to work across the
school with children from ages 5 to 11.
Vicarage Lane
E6 6AD
Tel: 020: 8472 1010/ 8472 0674/ 8470 0163
Email: [email protected]
W: www.vicarage.newham.sch.uk
Full Time qualified SEND Teaching
Assistant
Permanent contract 32.5 hours per week, Term
time (39 weeks per year)
Scale 3 qualified £13,752 – £14,616inc,pa
Vicarage Primary is a large successful primary
school and is looking for a highly motivated
teaching assistant to be a part of a highly valued
SEND team and make a contribution to a very
productive teaching and learning environment.
The ideal candidate will make a positive and
enthusiastic contribution to the lives of pupils,
enhancing both academic progress and nonacademic development
We are seeking to appoint someone who has:
- Paid experience in working successfully with
children in either key-stage 1 or key-stage 2.
- Proven experience and skills with working
The Schools in this Authority are committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment.
Closing date: 23 October 2013
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk.
Ref SCH01456
The role will involve working within classes,
groups and on a 1-1 basis.
For an application pack please contact the school
or visit the Newham website on
www.newham.gov.uk.
Short listed candidates will be required to take a
Numeracy and Literacy test as part of the interview process week beginning Monday 17th
November, 2014
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
For general enquires please call 020 8249
6943.Ref SCH01442
Application forms need to be returned by
Monday 3rd November, 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
@teachnewham
Kay Rowe Nursery School and Children’s Centre
Osborne Road
Forest Gate
London E7 0PH
Nursery Nurse
32.5 hours per week – term time only
£14,878 - £16,422inc,pa
Outstanding Early Years Practitioner to work as
part of our small inclusion team with children
aged 2-4 years.
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
For general enquires please call 020 8249
6943.Ref SCH01452
Closing date for applications is 22nd October
Interviews to be held on tbc
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Required as soon as possible
Temporary until July 2015
To Apply visit...
Visits can be made by calling the school on 0208
534 4403
We are looking for an enthusiastic Early Years
Practitioner, qualified to at least level 3 who will
work with individual children and small groups
as part of our amazing team.
Kay Rowe Nursery School and
Children’s Centre
Osborne Road
Forest Gate
London E7 0PH
Nursery Nurse
36 hours per week – term time only
£16,480 - £18,191inc,pa
3 Outstanding Early Years Practitioners to work
with children aged 2-4 years.
For general enquires please call 020 8249
6943.Ref SCH01453
Closing date for applications is 22nd October
Interviews to be held on tbc
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Required from January 2015 or earlier.
Visits can be made by calling the school on 0208
534 4403
We are looking for an enthusiastic Early Years
Practitioners qualified to at least level 3 who will
be key persons as part of our amazing team.
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Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
Earlham Primary School
- Ongoing training to improve your skills
Earlham Grove,
Forest Gate,
E7 9AW
A visit to the school is strongly encouraged –
come and meet us!
Senior Administration Assistant
For further information please contact the Head
Teacher, Laura Hewer or Office Manager, Miriam Mamo, on 020 8534 6127.
Scale 4 £16,480 - £18,191inc,pa
36 hours per week, term time only
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
Start date1/12/14 (or as soon as possible thereafter)
Ref SCH01444
Earlham is a successful and happy school which
serves a very diverse community. We are looking for a cheerful, organised person with excellent communication skills to join our team.
Closing date: Tuesday 21st October 2014
Shortlisting: Wednesday 22nd October 2014
Interviews: Monday 3rd November 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
You will have
- Very good literacy, numeracy and ICT skills.
- The ability to remain organised and focused in
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newa busy environment
- A commitment to learning and improving your ham Schools
own skills and knowledge.
- An enthusiasm for working in a school environment.
We can offer
- A friendly and supportive working environment.
www.newham.gov.uk.
@teachnewham
Lister Community School
One of the 100 Most Improved Schools in the
Country (DfE, January 2014)
St. Mary’s Road,
Plaistow, London,
E13 9AE
Tel: 0208 471 3311
Headteacher: Anthony Wilson
Telephone: 0208 471 3311
Email: [email protected]
Always Aiming for Excellence
Learning Support Assistant
To Apply visit...
Scale: APT&C Scale 3 £16,795 - £17,851inc,pa
Weeks: 36 hours, term time + 4 weeks per year
Required November 2014 or earlier.
tacting Beryl King (Office Manager) on
[email protected] or 020 8471
3311. All replies to be returned to the school at
the above address or by email to:
[email protected]
Lister Community School is a large 11-16 comprehensive school at the heart of its community.
We were named by the DfE in January 2014 as
one of the 100 most improved schools in the
country. Our November 2013 Ofsted report
spoke of the school’s ‘consistent focus on raising
the quality of teaching and developing a culture
of learning and high aspirations across the
school’. We are determined to build on our recent Ofsted judgement and continue our journey
to becoming an Outstanding school in the next
two years.
The school is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of young people and
expects all staff to share this commitment. These appointments will be conditional
on successful pre-employment and enhanced
DBS checks.
good organisational skills are also required. As
is a commitment to working in a multi-cultural
setting and with students from diverse backgrounds.
3311. All replies to be returned to the school at
the above address or by email to:
[email protected]
Closing date for applications: 1pm Wednesday
22nd October 2014
Interviews: to take place week early November.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
We are seeking to employ Learning Support
Assistants to work with students and staff to
maximise the learning opportunities for all stuFurther details and an application form can be
dents, especially those with special educational
needs. The successful applicant will have experi- downloaded directly from the Lister Website:
http://www.lister.newham.sch.uk/vacancies-2/
ence or interest in working with students with a
support-staff-vacancies/ or alternatively by con-
List Community School
St. Mary’s Road,
Plaistow, London,
E13 9AE
Tel: 0208 471 3311
Learning Support Assistant – EAL
Scale: APT&C Scale 3
Weeks: 36 hours, term time + 4 weeks per year
Required November 2014 or earlier.
We are seeking to employ a Learning Support
Assistant to work with students and staff to
maximise the learning opportunities for all students, especially those with students with EAL
needs. The successful applicant will have experience or interest in working with students with a
range of abilities. They will also have good
communication and interpersonal skills and an
ability to work flexibly and co-operatively in a
team context. Appropriate and accurate use of
English in written and oral communications and
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range of abilities. They will also have good
communication and interpersonal skills and an
ability to work flexibly and co-operatively in a
team context. Appropriate and accurate use of
English in written and oral communications and
good organisational skills are also required. As
is a commitment to working in a multi-cultural
setting and with students from diverse backgrounds.
Cumberland School
‘Aspire to Achieve’
Oban Close, London, E13 8SJ
Headteacher: G Dineen
Group 6 Age Range: 11-16
1500 pupils on roll
Mixed Comprehensive
“Cumberland School provides a good education
with outstanding features. Achievement and
Teaching and Learning are good. Behaviour and
Safety and Leadership and Management are
outstanding.”
Lister Community School is a large 11-16 comprehensive school at the heart of its community.
We were named by the DfE in January 2014 as
one of the 100 most improved schools in the
country. Our November 2013 Ofsted report
spoke of the school’s ‘consistent focus on raising the quality of teaching and developing a
culture of learning and high aspirations across
the school’. We are determined to build on our
recent Ofsted judgement and continue our journey to becoming an Outstanding school in the
next two years.
The school is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of young people and
expects all staff to share this commitment. These appointments will be conditional
on successful pre-employment and enhanced
DBS checks.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Further details and an application form can be
downloaded directly from the Lister Website:
http://www.lister.newham.sch.uk/vacancies-2/
support-staff-vacancies/ or alternatively by
contacting Beryl King (Office Manager) on
[email protected] or 020 8471
coming environment. Cumberland School is in
the heart of London’s East End with inspirational, multicultural and diverse pupils. Making a
difference to pupils’ life chances is what Cumberland is about. We are committed to staff
professional development and can offer excellent
support and guidance.
All staff at Cumberland School are committed to
putting the pupils first, ensuring that they can
achieve examination success and the necessary
skills to be successful and happy.
(Ofsted March 2013)
If you believe you have the skills, commitment
and enthusiasm to help us ‘make a difference’
we would love to hear from you.
Design Technology Technician
Closing Date: 10:00am Friday 31 October 2014
Scale 3 Salary: £15,233 – £16,191inc,pa
Term Time Only -36 hours per week
Shortlisted Candidates will be contacted week
beginning 3 November 2014
Required ASAP
Application packs are available to download
from the school’s website.www.cumberland.org.uk
We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic
design technology technician who is prepared to
learn a range of skills in order to service a busy
department at the school.
Closing date for applications: 1pm Wednesday
22nd October 2014
Interviews will take place week commencing:
Monday 3rd November 2014
For further details please telephone or e-mail
Alison Rudge, School Manager
Tel: 0207 474 0231
Our state of the art contemporary building is
designed to maximise pupil achievement through e-mail: [email protected]
the creation of a stimulating, attractive and wel-
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
To Apply visit...
@teachnewham
Kaizen Primary School
Are you committed to learning yourself?
Elkington Road,
London,
E13 8LH
0207 473 6890
[email protected]
Head Teacher: Rebekah Iiyambo
We’re a very friendly group, dedicated to learning (ourselves as well as the children), supportive of each other and passionate about what we
do. If you’re interested in finding out more about
us, meeting our very eager children, please give
us a call and arrange a visit.
Teaching Assistant
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
Unqualified - Scale 2 £7,978inc,pa
Qualified – Scale 3 £8,463inc,pa
20 hours per week - Term Time
Ref SCH01455
We are looking for teaching assistants to work in
partnership with the teaching staff to support and
extend children’s learning across the school, and
in small groups, especially over lunchtimes to
lead children’s play.
Skills test and interviews 12 November
Are you organised, a great communicator, lively
and able to motivate others?
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Do you understand how children learn and play?
Do you enjoy working with children – seeing
them develop and grow?
Can you work on your own initiative and be an
inspiring part of a team?
Central Park Primary School
Central Park, London, E6 3DW
Tel 020 8472 5588
Fax 020 8475 0104
Administrative Assistant
Salary: Scale 3 £10,578 - £11,243inc,pa
25 hours per week - Term-time only
Required As soon as possible
We are looking to appoint a part-time Admin
Assistant to complement our current Admin
Team. Likely hours for the successful appointment will be 12:00 – 5:00 p.m., Mon-Fri. The
main duties will include running the Reception
Desk and dealing with enquires from parents and
the public; as well as performing general admin
duties such as dealing with the mail, typing and
maintaining records.
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Closing date 23 October 2014
We are looking for someone who has carried out
Central Park Primary School
Central Park, London, E6 3DW
Tel 020 8472 5588, Fax 020 8475 0104
IT Specialist for Training and Web
Development
Salary: P01 £32,192 - £34,877inc,pa
36 hours per week based upon a 43 week contract)
We are currently looking to recruit someone
who can join our growing team of staff responsible for E-learning across the school. The main
role for the person responsible for Training and
Web Development will be designing and delivering training programmes for staff as well as
designing and maintaining the school’s website
and MLE.
Main Duties:
- carrying out performance assessments to determine the skills gaps between current and
desirable skill levels;
- designing materials and other documents such
as hand-outs, manuals and exercises;
- delivering training programmes in both a
a similar role, perhaps working as a Receptionist
elsewhere. Experience of working in a school
environment is desirable.
Can you:
- Work effectively with staff, including the
Headteacher?
- Demonstrate excellent literacy, numeracy and
IT skills?
- Promote high expectations of ‘customer service’?
Are you able to:
- Work in collaboration with the governors and
staff to actively promote the aims and ethos of
the school?
- Be flexible to adapt to the needs of the school
and pupils?
- Demonstrate an understanding of SIMs and a
range of computer software?
contacting Nathaniel Appiyah, our School Business Manager, on 0208 472 5588 or [email protected]
An application pack and further details can be
requested using the same details.
Closing Date: 7 November 2014
Shortlisting: 10 November 2014
Interviews: 17 November 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Prospective candidates are warmly encouraged
to visit the school and this can be arranged by
formal or informal setting;
- supporting and coaching staff using learning
technologies;
- drawing up detailed website specifications;
- designing the website's visual imagery and
ensuring it is in line with branding and the requirements of the school;
- editing content, debugging code and redesigning web pages;
- provide technical support and instruction to
staff;
- trouble–shoot problems and responding to
staff’s questions.
If you feel you can fulfil the duties above, you
will need to:
Hold a technical, scientific or engineering degree, ideally in Computer and Business Information Technology;
Have technical knowledge of web design e.g.
Dreamweaver.
Have experience of working in a primary school
environment and therefore a working knowledge
of a school’s IT requirements;
Be passionate about IT and technology, and be
able to demonstrate this in your home and working life.
Be able to work on your own or in a team and
have good interpersonal and communication
skills.
Further information can be obtained from Darren
Williams (Headteacher) including a detailed Job
Description and Person Specification. Please
email: [email protected] .
Closing Date: 31 October 2014
Short-listing: w/b 3 November 2014
Interviews: 10 November 2014
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
To Apply visit...
@teachnewham
Altmore & Lathom Schools Federation munity. Particular awareness of confidentiality is Closing date for applications: Thursday 30.10.14
Headteacher: Sarah Rowlands
Head of School (Altmore): Carolyn Marles
Head of School (Lathom): Martin Stanley
Interviews to be held: Wednesday 05.11.14
Good communication skills and excellent record
keeping are a requisite of the role.
The schools in this authority are committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment.
Outreach Worker
The different ‘phases’ of our Federation are very
enjoyable and rewarding to work in - our Chilworking across all settings within our Federation dren’s Centre has been recognised as an Outstanding Centre in its Ofsted inspection
Required for: December 2014
(December 2012), our Pre-School provision has
Pay scale: Scale 5 (£21,588 – £23,511)
been graded ‘Good’ (July 2014), our Infant
Post: Full time (52 weeks)
School graded ‘Good’ (July 2013) and Junior
School graded ‘Good’ (July 2012). Across our
We are looking to appoint Outreach Workers
provision, we are very well resourced, in terms
who will work within our Outstanding Chilof: people, equipment, grounds and children!
dren’s Centre team and across the provision
CPD (continual professional development) is a
within the Altmore & Lathom Schools Federahigh priority for all staff. If you would like to
tion. The successful applicant will need to have a become part of our team and experience the
range of experiences, be enthusiastic and be able rewards of working with supportive colleagues
to work collaboratively and sensitively with a
to enable best outcomes for young children and
range of service providers, our stakeholders and families in the community then please apply.
other partners. They will need to be professional
at all times as they will be working closely with You are welcome to contact Jo Doublal (020
other Children’s Centre and Senior staff in sup8552 6604) for an Application Pack.
porting children and families in our local com-
Come and join the team at Upton Cross Primary
School
‘Pupils’ behaviour, attitudes to learning and
respect for each other are outstanding. Pupils are
enormously proud of their school and play an
active part in contributing to the positive
atmosphere. (OfSTED, June 2013)
Upton Cross Primary School
Churston Avenue
Kirton Road
London, E13 0RJ
Tel: 020 8552 1081
Fax: 020 8470 2545
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.uptoncross.newham.sch.uk
Nursery Nurse
32.5 per week – term time only
£14,878 - £16,422inc,pa
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essential.
The Governors are seeking to appoint 2 Nursery
Nurses to join our rapidly expanding school.
Curwen Primary School,
Atlas Road,
Plaistow,
E13 OAG
PA to the Executive Head Teacher
Hours 29 hours per week, 52 weeks a year
(Equivalent of four days a week)
P02 £25,210 - £27,264inc,pa
Responsible to: The Executive Head Teacher
and School Business Manager
Curwen Primary School is a highly successful
and growing school with high expectations and
standards in all areas of school and community
life.
We are seeking a highly effective and experienced PA from the Business sector to provide a
confidential and effective secretarial service to
the Executive Head Teacher and to other members of school senior staff as required.
This position will also be to maintain effective
and efficient management of the school office.
Applicants will need to …
- Have experience of working with children and
be able to work under the direction of our Foundation Stage team
- Have high expectations of achievement and
behaviour
- Be committed to developing good relationships with; staff, children, parents and outside
agencies.
- Be friendly, caring, hard working and supportive.
- Have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
- Have high levels of Literacy, Numeracy and
ICT.
Upton Cross can offer…
- A thriving, vibrant and creative environment
- A strong commitment to inclusion and raising
expectations so that all children achieve their full
potential
- Motivated pupils and committed staff
- Supportive, friendly and active governors,
parents and wider community
- Professional development and career opportunities
The successful candidate must
- Have experience of working as a PA to at
least director level of a company.
- Be educated to A level standard or equivalent,
one being in the field of English.
- Have Word Processing (Word) with a requirement of touch typing skills (min 70 WPM), short
hand (100 WPM) and audio typing.
- Have sound financial understanding
- Have Strategic Planning
- Have highly developed inter-personal skills
- Have clearly developed organisational skills
Curwen Primary can offer the right candidate
A committed, hardworking and supportive team
of pupils, parents, staff and governors.
Fantastic facilities and building with a vibrant
and welcoming atmosphere.
Excellent Professional Development opportunities.
Visits from prospective applicants are highly
recommended and can be arranged by contacting
the school on 020 8472 0290.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham schools
Altmore Children’s Centre, Altmore Avenue,
East Ham E6 2BX (020 8552 6604)
Altmore Infant School, Altmore Avenue, East
Ham, London, E6 2BX (020 8472 3555)
Lathom Junior School, Lathom Road, East Ham,
London, E6 2DU (020 8472 0386)
‘Teaching and support staff make a huge contribution to pupils’ excellent learning and progress.
They know their pupils well and are sensitive to
their needs, providing the right balance of support at the right time. As a result, they help to
ensure that all pupils make the very best progress
that they can.’ (OfSTED, June 2013)
Visits to the school are welcomed
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk
For general enquires please call 020 8249
6943.Ref SCH01450
Closing Date: 23rd October 2014
Shortlisting: w/b 3rd November 2014
Interviews:w/b 10th November
The schools in Newham are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
Application form and further details please apply
on line at www.newham.gov.uk Ref SCH01469
More information can be found on our website:www.curwen.newham.sch.uk
Deadline Thursday 6th November
Short listing 11th November
Interviews Week Beginning 17th November
This school is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children and young
people and expects all staff and volunteers to
share in this commitment. All applicants will be
required to provide references. This role requires an enhanced Police Check.
NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
www.newham.gov.uk.
@teachnewham
Brampton Primary School
Brampton Road
East Ham
E6 3LB
Outstanding practitioner
Closing Date: 7 November 2014
Interviews:14 November 2014
Brampton Primary School is a large inner city
multi-cultural school where everything is done
“for the benefit of the children.” We are a hard
working team in an outstanding school with
great facilities for music and sport.
Please contact the school for an application
form:
Mrs Julie Ammi, Headteacher’s PA
Tel: 020 8472 0830
Email: [email protected]
We are looking for an outstanding practitioner to NPW, managing recruitment on behalf of Newham Schools
take on a delightful Reception class from January. The successful candidate will be a hardworking team player who fully understands the
expectations of working in an outstanding
school.
To Apply visit...
Visits to the school are always welcome.
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position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure
from the Disclosure and Barring Service and
suitable references along with other essential
checks.
Pay to be negotiated according to experience.
Brampton Primary School and all its personnel
are committed to safeguarding and promoting
the welfare of children and young persons. This

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