You’ll join our experienced and dedicated team and assist the Teachers in differentiation to support children’s learning, predominantly with children aged 6 to 12.
Hours: 25 hours per week (between 8.50am – 3.30pm Monday to Friday) term-time only
Salary: £8.91 per hour plus statutory holiday pay (equivalent to £9.99 per hour)
You’ll have a deep interest in, and a sound track record of, supporting children’s learning including children with Additional Learning Needs. You’ll know how to support and be a helping hand, yet also lead a small group on your own. You’ll have an understanding of children’s learning and behaviour and be able to able support differentiation and engage and motivate children. You’ll be a good communicator, organised, responsible and self-motivated, and work well with colleagues, parents and carers.
Cardiff Steiner School is a small, dynamic independent Steiner School for children age 3 to 18.
Steiner Education is the largest and fastest growing independent school system in the world with 1,150 schools worldwide. It offers an inspiring and nurturing education based on the needs of the whole child – physical, emotional, intellectual, cultural and spiritual. Our distinctive, international curriculum integrates academic, artistic and practical learning into a rich, balanced education.
We offer the Certificate of Steiner Education (NZCSE) in Upper School. The Certificate is the first trans-national, secondary school qualification to be fully based on the Steiner curriculum. It is a valid, alternative secondary school qualification that allows students to progress to further/higher education free from the pressure of GCSE and A level curricula and examinations.
We offer an energetic, collaborative and supportive environment where your input, enthusiasm and talents will be welcomed and appreciated. You’ll be part of an experienced and diverse team of 25 teaching staff.
Cardiff Steiner School is committed to safeguarding children and young people, we expect all applicants to uphold this. All candidates must have suitability to work with children, and post holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Service check.