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Midday Assistant 3 days (Wed to Fri) 1.5 hours
Permanent/Term time only start immediately
Salary Range 1A £17,190 per annum pro-rated to 4.5 hours,
actual salary £1,729 per annum


The Governors and Headteacher of this popular school are seeking to appoint a full time Midday Assistant to join an enthusiastic and committed team. The Stoke Poges School is an extremely happy and successful school, serving a broad catchment area in a beautiful location, with excellent, well-equipped facilities. 

The successful applicant will: 
  • be a team player who promotes a positive attitude to school life
  • enjoys working with children
  • be able to motivate and inspire the children to make the most of their break time
In return we offer the applicant: 
  • a very supportive staff and Governing Board
  • happy, positive and well-behaved children

Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed.   Please telephone Jenny Lea or Susan Cook to make an appointment.  You can also visit the school at

To apply, please contact the school for an application form and further details of this position.

We will contact applicants for interview upon receipt of suitable application forms.


Teaching Assistant

Start Date: January 2022 or as soon after

Contract: Permanent

Salary Range: 1.10 to 2.15, actual salary £13,304 - £15,588

Hours: Full time, 31.15 hours per week plus 30 minutes lunch break


The Governing Board is looking to appoint a teaching assistant to join our friendly team.

About us

A warm welcome to The Stoke Poges School. We are conscious of the trust you place in us and look forward to working with you to achieve our shared aspirations for your child.

The phrase: ‘Building on High Expectations’ is displayed around the school. It encapsulates our belief that we are a school community that never rests on its laurels. We pride ourselves on the family atmosphere that permeates all aspects of school life, providing children with the genuine care and nurture that they need to thrive, from their early years through to Year 6.


About the role

The position may involve working with a specific child or group, as well as supporting other children in the class with their learning.  

For more information please see attached Job description. 

About you

The candidate should

  • Be calm and caring and able to make a dedicated contribution to sensitively supporting the needs of all children
  • Have experience of working with children
  • Be passionate about children’s learning and every child achieving their potential
  • Have lots of energy, enthusiasm and patience
  • Be flexible and able to work well within a team
  • Have experience of working with children from a range of different backgrounds
  • Have a sense of humour.

Other information

If you would like to be considered for this post, please complete the application form outlining how your experiences to date meet the person specification. 

Please email your application form (Non Teaching) to

If you have any questions or to book an appointment to have a tour of the School please contact Susan Cook or Jenny Lea on 01753 643319 or

Interviews: On receipt of suitable applications

This post will require a DBS check.