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We are lucky to have such an enthusiastic staff throughout the school, all striving to achieve the same goal – helping children to enjoy themselves and achieve well during their time at Redhills, all within a safe, healthy and positively supportive environment.

Headeacher: Mr Stuart Busby
Assistant Heads:  Mrs S Carter; Miss M Furlong
Year 4, 5 and 6 Unit Leader: Mr N Price

Year 2 and 3 Unit Leader: Miss E Easterbrook
Year 1 and EYFS Unit Leader: Ms R Brown

Parent Support Advisor: Mrs C Kelley

Assistant Senco: Ms K Williams


Foundation:  Miss B Chapman, Miss E Perry (Teachers)
                   Mrs A Feighan, Mrs S Fey, Miss Beed

Year 1:     Ms R Brown, Mrs Spry, Mr M Widdowfield, (Teachers)
                 Mrs A Hawkins, Mrs M Johns, Miss L Coles,  Mrs D Ley, Mrs C Melton, Mr C Ellis  (Teaching Assistants)

Year 2:      Miss E Easterbrook, Miss K Powley (Teachers)

                 Miss N Reed, Mrs R Oliver, Mrs E Wright, Mrs N Horkan,

                 Mrs P Miller, Mrs N Cousins, Mrs L Tarling, Mrs S Fey
Year 3:      Mrs Rowley, Ms Pye, Mrs Singfield (Teachers)

                 Mrs Hitchcock, Mr Ellis, Mrs Williams, Miss Norah, Miss Poulsom, Mrs Beames (Teaching Assistants) 

Year 4:      Miss A  Reid, Miss M Furlong, Mrs S Carter (Teachers)

                 Mrs L Tarling, Mrs S Ottaway, Mrs B Beames, Miss K Budd

Year 5:     Miss K Wills, Mr A Semple (Teachers)
                Mrs T Cainey (Teaching Assistant) 

Year 6: Mr N Price, Miss E Noon (Teachers)
                Mrs A John (Teaching Assistant)


Librarian:    Mrs H Hitchcock
Office:       Mrs K Metherell (Attendance and Admissions) Miss L Delve (Admin Assistant)
Lunchtime: Mrs N Horkan (Senior Mealtime Assistant), Miss C Dunn, 
                    Mr M Goodwin, Mrs C George, Miss H Young,
                 Mrs J Cook, Mrs L Millington, Mr B Usher, Mrs T Bennett, Miss C Briggs

                                                                                                                  
Cleaning Supervisor:  Mr Goodwin 
Cleaners:    Mrs Green, Mrs Melton, Mrs Horkan, Miss C Briggs
Kitchen: Mrs T Burns, Mrs M Martin, Mrs A Braddon, Mrs C Bowden

CURRENT VACANCIES

Clerk to the Governing Body

Grade D - Spinal Point 18-22 – Starting Hourly Rate of £9.21

 

114 Hours Per Year (3 hours per week for 38 weeks a year)

 

Closing Date: 31st August 2017

Interviews – Week Commencing 4th September 2017

 

Clerk to the Governing Body

 

Redhills Primary School is a vibrant primary school in Exeter, within the Academy for Character and Excellence Multi Academy Trust. We are looking to appoint a well-organised, reliable and competent person to become Clerk to our Governors.

 

The post holder will fulfil the role and duties of Clerk to the School Governors through liaison with the Chair of Governors, the Head teacher, Local Governing Body, Board of Directors and school staff. This will include:-

 

• Complying with all the statutory duties of the role

• Effective administration of Governor Meetings

• Supporting the continuing development of the Governing Body

• Undertaking professional development

 

The Clerk is required to attend all meetings of the Governing Body and additional meetings, including committee meetings as and when required (held in the evenings). They will also be required to prepare and distribute agendas and minutes, deal with all correspondence, maintain records and update the Governors pages on the school’s website.

 

Applicants must:

 

• Be able to maintain confidentiality.

• Being willing to learn about legal requirements of the Governing Body.

• Have the ability to take minutes and be computer literate.

• Have good interpersonal and communication skills.

 

The post offers a good opportunity to work within a dynamic, successful school, committed to excellence. Occasional evening work is necessary to service the Governing Body and its main committees.

 

Previous office and committee work experience would be very helpful in the voluntary or paid sector.

 

Visits to the school are warmly encouraged.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share our commitment.

An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for these posts and appointment will be subject to referencing using strict safer recruitment guidelines.

For further information or to arrange an school visit please contact Mrs Katie Metherell on 01392 255555 or email her on kmetherell@redhills.devon.sch.uk

Please email applications to vacancies@redhills.devon.sch.uk or post to Mrs Katie Metherell, Redhills Primary School, Landhayes Road, Exeter EX4 2BY 

 

Historical vacancies shown below.

Salary

NJC Grade E Scale point 23-28

£10.91 – 12.81 hourly rate

 

 Closing Date: 12am Monday 4th July

 

The Directors of the Academy for Character and Excellence are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Assistant SENDCO. Your role will be to work with our experienced SENDCO and Parent Support Advisor to facilitate positive parental engagement and coordinate the Devon Assessment Framework (DAF) process to enable Redhills to provide the most effective support for all pupils. The role will be varied and the successful applicants will need to demonstrate an ability to work in a flexible and supportive manner, in team situations.

You should be able to demonstrate:
- good communication skills
- excellent time keeping
- a flexible approach to working in a team
- experience of working with children and parents in a school environment
- an understanding of the DAF process

Visits to the school are welcome.  Please contact a member of the admin staff on 01392 255555 if you would like to make an appointment.  For further details and an application pack please email vacancies@redhills.devon.sch.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A full DBS disclosure is required for these posts and all applicants must supply details of two recent employment referees

 

Salary

NJC Grade C Scale point 12-17

£8.20 – £9.10 hourly rate

 Closing Date: 12am Monday 4th July

 

The Directors of the Academy for Character and Excellence are looking to appoint some new members of our Teaching Assistant Team. SEN TA roles are to work with children with additional needs, both on a one-to-one basis and through small group work. The roles will be varied and the successful applicants will need to demonstrate an ability to work in a flexible and supportive manner, in team situations.

PART TIME SENTA Y1AM

8:30 – 12:00 to support a child with a physical disability in a Year One Class.

Your role will be to support his learning in the mornings and to enable him to access the school and playground. This role will include lifting and carrying and you will be offered training to ensure this is done safely. You will also work with programmes provided by Physiotherapists.

 

PART TIME SENTA Y1PM

12:00 – 3:00 to support a child with a physical disability in a Year One Class for his lunchtime and afternoon lessons, five days a week. Your role will include lifting and carrying and you will be offered training to ensure this is done safely. You will also work with programmes provided by Physiotherapists.

 

PART TIME SENTA Y2PM

12:00 – 3:00 to support a child in a Year Two Class.

Your role will be to support the lunchtimes and afternoon learning for a child with Speech, Language and Communication Difficulties. You must have experience of One-to-One TA roles although Training and Support will be offered.

 

FULL TIME SENTA REC

 

8:30 – 3:00 to support a child in a Foundation Class.

Your role will be to support the child’s learning, both on a one-to-one basis and also in small groups and within the classroom setting. You should have experience of working as a One-to-One TA, although Training and Support will be offered.

 

FULL TIME SENTA Y3

8:30 – 3:00 to support a child in a Year Three Class who has Down’s Syndrome.

Your role will be to support the child’s learning, largely on a one-to-one basis. You must have experience of working as a One-to-One TA, ideally with children with SL&CD, roles although Training and Support will be offered.

 

In addition to these SEN TA roles, we have two vacancies for general, classroom -based Teaching Assistants. Applicants should be prepared to work closely with the class teacher both with individuals, small groups and the whole class.

 

TEMPORARY PART TIME TA AM 3

8:30 – 12:30 Teaching Assistant in a Year 3 Class

 

TEMPORARY PART TIME TA PM 4

8:30 – 12:30 Teaching Assistant in a Year 4 Class

 

In all of these roles, you should be able to demonstrate:
- good communication skills
- excellent time keeping
- a flexible approach to working in a team
- experience of working with children and parents in a school environment
 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A full DBS disclosure is required for these posts and all applicants must supply details of two recent employment referees

 

 

 

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