Forest School Leader
The Forest School Leader will plan, develop and deliver the Forest School Program, they will line manage the Forest School Assistant and maintain the Forest School site. You will have a Forest School Leader’s level 3 Certificate and a current Forest School’s approved first aid certificate. You will also have experience of working with primary age children, practical experience of leading Forest School or Outdoor Education and the ability to complete risk assessments related to forest school activities. This is a physically demanding role, therefore you must be able to work outdoors and have the ability to use relevant power tools and equipment.
A Mid-Day Supervisory Assistant - Speculative
The post is for five days per week to cover the lunchtime period.
Individual Needs Assistant
We are looking for an Individual Needs Assistant with experience working in a Primary School setting. Candidates will ideally have experience of working with children with social and emotional difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder including those with pathological demand avoidance profile and speech, language and communication needs.
Deadline for applications is 23 September 2021
School-led training (School Direct)
You can train to be a teacher by taking a school-led training course. Find out more about these courses from the Eastbourne Area School Direct School Alliance.
The Governors are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff must have an Enhanced DBS check with the Disclosure & Barring Services. (This used to be an enhanced CRB check with the Criminal Records Bureau).
For information about this process, see the Disclosure and Barring Service website.