Job Vacancies

About us

Prince of Wales is a successful, forward thinking Primary School in a diverse multi-cultural area. Our well-resourced school benefits from fantastic green spaces with many themed garden areas, a large playground with fields and has good public transport and road links. We have ample on-site parking.

Application forms

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

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

Current Vacancies


Learning Support Assistant (LSA) x 1
Salary Scale: 3 (32 hours, 10 minutes per week, Monday – Friday, 39 weeks per year)
LSA Person Specification June 2021
LSA support Job Description

We require a LSA (or equivalent standard or experience) to complement the professional work of our teachers and in the delivery of the National Curriculum. This role will involve planning, preparation and delivery of learning activities for one-to-one interventions, small groups, and occasionally a whole class. The successful candidate will also be responsible for organising class resources to support the children’s development.
Applicants will be required to have a minimum grade of C at GCSE, or equivalent, in English and Mathematics. A working knowledge and understanding of the needs of children on the Autistic Spectrum as well as those with other learning difficulties would be beneficial.

Closing Date: 8am on Wednesday 1st September 2021
Interviews:  Weeks commencing 6th and 13th September 2021
Please note: due to the large volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from the school by 13th September please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by appointment and application forms are available on our website (address above). All applications should be returned for the attention of the Head teacher, Mr Jan Bless.


EARLY YEARS PRACTITIONER
Required for immediate start
Contract: Part time, fixed term until July 2022 to cover maternity leave.
Scale 3 – 35 hours per week, 39 weeks per year in our Early Years Foundation Stage
Eyfs Practitioner Job Description
Person Specification EYFS

Prince of Wales School is a 3-form entry school.  We are within easy reach of Central London and serve a rich, multi-ethnic community.  We are proud of the ethos and values shared by the staff, children, parents and Governors. 

We are seeking to employ an Early Years Practitioner to join our early years team to cover a period of maternity leave. The role will include supporting the class teacher in the education, supervision and welfare of all children in the class. You must be literate and numerate to GCSE level, with grade C or above in English and Maths and hold NVQ Level 3 in EYFS Childcare or equivalent. The role will include building relationships with groups of children, keeping track of their learning journey and ensuring the health, safety and well-being of the children at all times. You will have responsibility for carrying out observations and activity planning for key children.

The application form, along with the job description and person specification, are available on the school website (details above).

Closing Date: Wednesday 1st September by 12pm
Interviews: Week beginning 6th September 2021

Applications should be returned by post or email for the attention of Mrs Davis.
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.


Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) x 1
Salary Scale: 4 (32 hours, 10 minutes per week, Monday – Friday, 39 weeks per year)
HLTA Job Description Jan20
HLTA Person Specification January 2020

We require an HLTA (or equivalent standard or experience) to complement the professional work of our teachers and in the delivery of the National Curriculum. This role will involve planning, preparation and delivery of learning activities for small groups, and occasionally a whole class. You will also be required to provide some cover supervision.

You will be required to have a qualification as a HLTA, or a qualification of an equivalent standard and a minimum grade of C at GCSE, or equivalent, in English and Mathematics. It is also desirable that you have a specialist area, such as P.E., Music or ICT which will be used within this role.

Closing Date: 8am on Wednesday 1st September 2021

Interviews:  Weeks commencing 6th and 13th September 2021

Please note: due to the large volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from the school by 13th September please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by appointment and application forms are available on our website (address above). All applications should be returned for the attention of the Head teacher, Mr Jan Bless.


Playleader x 4
Salary Scale: 2 – 7 hours 55 minutes per week, Monday – Friday, 38 weeks per year. (1 hour 35 minutes per day – 11.45am-1.20pm.)

Playleader – Job Description
Playleader – Person Specification

 If you are calm, patient, resourceful and enjoy working with children you might like to consider working as a Lunchtime Playleader at Prince of Wales Primary.

The aim of the role is to promote social interaction, positive behaviour and respect, through play at lunchtimes, both indoors and outdoors, and to assist in the lunch halls to ensure children have a positive dining experience. You will be helping children with lunchtime play activities, including setting up and clearing away equipment at the end of break. You will also work in the dining halls to ensure children eat their meals and remain calm while they are in the dining area. You will need good communication skills with both children and adults and be able to use your own initiative and imagination when leading play activities with the children.

If you would like to join our team, please obtain an application pack by contacting the front office on the contact details provided above, or download one from our website. (Please note that the school office will be closed from Monday 26th July until Tuesday 31st August.) All applications should be returned for the attention of our Playleader Supervisor, Ms Cindy Knight.

Closing Date: 11.59pm on Tuesday 31st August 2021

Interviews:  Week commencing Monday 6th September (interviews will be held in the morning only)

Please note: due to the large volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from the school by this date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.


Bid Writer and Project Officer to ETSP

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ETSP_bid writer advert 2021
ETSP_bid writer job description 2021
ETSP_bid writer person specification 2021

Closing Date: Monday 28th June 2021 by 12.00 noon
Interviews: from Monday 5th July 202


Safeguarding

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