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About us

Prince of Wales is a successful, forward thinking Good Primary school that has transformed in every way in recent years.  Through our vision ‘Learning Together, Growing  Together’ we aim to create an inspiring and purposeful school environment where children and staff enjoy learning and working. The school’s Leadership team is dedicated to professional development and provide a high level of support in order to gain the best results for our children.

Application forms

Support staff application form (DOC)
Support staff application form (PDF)
Teacher post application form (DOC)
Teacher post application form (PDF)


Current Vacancies

Behaviour Support Learning Mentors

Hours: 32 hours per week, 39 weeks per year, term time

Actual Salary Range: Scale 5/6

You will work as part of our inclusion team under the leadership of our Assistant Head teacher for Inclusion.

You will need to have:
Proven ability to build effective relationships with children and develop strategies to remove barriers to learning.
Good listening skills and the ability to communicate effectively with children, their families and all school staff.
Proven ability of effectively managing pupils’ learning, behaviour, social, sensory and physical difficulties to ensure that individual targets and deadlines are met.
Proven ability to evaluate interventions for each pupil, keeping records and providing relevant reports.
Proven ability to monitor and track pupil progress.
Ability to plan, prepare and deliver learning methods and use appropriate resources.
Ability to work as part of a team.

Closing Date: 8th May 2019
Interviews : 20th May 2019.  

If you have not heard from the school by this date please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by appointment and application forms are available from the email address above.
Applications should be returned to the Head teacher, Mr Jan Bless.

Learning Mentor Job Description
Learning Mentor Person Specification



The school is committed to safeguarding and the promoting the welfare of children and young people and to providing equal opportunities in employment. A criminal background check is required via the disclosure procedure.
Statement regarding safeguarding vetting/DBS checks