Beanfield Primary is a large community school for children between 3 and 11 years of age. We are proud to have been a sponsored member of the Brooke Weston Trust for the past four years. We currently have over 750 children on roll which includes nursery provision for 78 children and a purpose built provision for 55 children with special educational needs. We are a busy, friendly school with lots going on throughout the year and we are very much at the heart of our local Corby community.
As part of the Brooke Weston Trust we are focused on providing children with the best education possible and we are striving to achieve this in all areas of school life. Throughout the year we have over 20 after school clubs running, a wide range of trips, visits and visitors enriching our children’s learning experience.
We have started the process of re developing our school and over the forthcoming years there will be many improvements in relation to grounds, student facilities and ICT infrastructure. This will help ensure that our school continues its progress towards meeting the needs of our diverse population.
Beanfield Primary Academy
Beanfield is a continuously improving school, on an exciting journey to becoming Outstanding. “Nurturing the citizens of tomorrow” is the core ethos of our school and we benefit from being a valued member of the Brooke Weston Trust, which gives us the opportunity to work alongside many different schools within the local community and further afield.
As a member of staff at Beanfield Primary, we can offer you the following:
If you are the lucky person who takes this role, you will work together with a team of passionate and inspiration students and staff within our EYFS department. You will provide classroom support to individuals and small groups of students. Working with SEN pupils is essential in this role. You will have a unique opportunity to grow your own career, while every day sharing your time with pupils who exceed the schools and their own expectations daily at the beginning of their exciting journey at Beanfield Primary School.
Working hours will be 8.30am until 3.30pm, term time only plus 5 training days.
Pay range- BWT Grade 2, point 4, £16,800 pro rata.
Posts working with children and/or vulnerable adults will be subject to the disclosure of criminal records. This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you would like to know more contact Principal’s PA, Donna Martin on 01536 262000. Visits to the school are encouraged.
To apply, please complete the Brooke Weston Trust support staff application form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or post to: Miss Donna Martin
Beanfield Primary School
Deadline for applications: Thursday 17th October
Interviews: W/C 21st October 2019
Year 6 have enjoyed anti-bullying week, signing an anti-bullying contract and creating posters #respectingeveryone #proudofourcommunity https://t.co/AnGZrHnRH5
At a very busy Keystage1 Forest School we arrived in our outdoor area to find a birds nest sitting on a bench. We then played a bird game, 'perch, fly, hop', observing birds doing different things. Finally we made two tree faces, 'Lola' and 'Mr Happy'. https://t.co/texkThxKhz
Here are our Crazy Hair Winners!!!! What a fantastic effort!!! Thank you all for your support today in raising money for Children in Need https://t.co/Mw1SXGjD3r
The children in R1 are showing their support for Children in Need. The hair is crazy with colour and glitter and the children could tell Miss Dowsett that we are raising money for children to make them feel happy and safe. https://t.co/350kDzFoQR
Miss Morris is preparing the indoor garden for Sapphire class today!! The rain isn't stopping the Sapphire children and their gross motor development today! https://t.co/4BzrajiUUQ
6B and 6D had a wonderful time watching The Wizard of Oz at Corby Cube this morning! #50b411 https://t.co/Gy1oo3pea9
2C have been thinking about anti-bullying this week and we have made our friendship hands and thought about how we can be a good friend ♀♂ https://t.co/Ev227LBxOG
4C carried out a science experiment to see which fizzy drink contained the most carbon dioxide. We weighed drink and shook it until it was flat. This removes the carbon dioxide from the drink. We found that Irn Bru had the most carbon dioxide in it and Sprite had the least https://t.co/RGXISxacEV