Kirkby on Bain Church of England
 Voluntary Aided Primary School

Kirkby on Bain
Church of England
Primary School

01526 352715


We currently have vacancies for support staff including a Sports Apprentice or TA with sports specialism and a TA.

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Vacancy Adverts...

Sports Apprentice or TA with sports specialism

Are you a sports coach working across schools but wishing you could form stronger ties to one? Could you be a fabulous role model to our children, inspiring participation in sports and healthy living? Are you full of ideas that could be used as short breaks for children who need physical action to reset?

If this sounds like you, please contact us!



We are also currently seeking an additional TA for the remainder of this academic year. There is a possibility that a position will be available beyond this point. Hours to be worked are likely to be afternoons, from 12.00 – 5.30pm Are you an enthusiastic, committed and creative teaching assistant, interested in joining our existing team? This position would include supervision at lunchtimes and our after-school club, delivery of interventions and some whole class/small group support, depending on the needs of our children. This would require an individual who is prepared to be an integral part of our school team. More details regarding the specific roles will be discussed at interview.


Kirkby on Bain CE Primary School is a small, inclusive and caring school providing an embedded family ethos, strong moral purpose, distinctive Christian nature and an outward-facing approach.

We care, learn, discover and grow together, developing compassion, consideration, tolerance, understanding and knowledge for life in all its fullness. We strive to enthuse and inspire our pupils, supporting their growth into respectful; confident; independent; self-motivated and curious individuals.


Our school is organised into six classes: Maple (Reception), Chestnut One (Year One), Chestnut Two (Year Two), Willow (Years Three and Four), Ash (Years Four and Five) and Oak Six (Year Six).


Our ideal candidates would:

  • have experience of working in a school setting with primary-aged children
  • have knowledge, understanding and passion for supporting children with their learning and wellbeing
  • be dynamic individuals who have a positive, growth mindset and can work effectively as part of a team
  • be innovative and creative and committed to the delivery and development of an environment where children can flourish
  • be passionate about developing ‘the whole child’, building confidence and developing skills for life
  • be committed to the wellbeing and development of all, have high expectations of all and be understanding of individual needs
  • be keen to collaborate and be an active member of our school, schools cluster and village communities
  • be keen to develop their own skills, strive to fulfil their potential and would actively contribute to school development
  • share ideas and actively seek solutions


We can offer:

  • a happy, caring village school, supported by parents and our surrounding community
  • a caring ethos based on Christian values
  • happy, enthusiastic pupils who enjoy learning and want to succeed
  • a committed and supportive team of professional staff and governors
  • excellent professional development opportunities
  • opportunities to develop own knowledge and understanding of a specialism that will further enable children to flourish


If you are passionate about children’s education, want to make a difference and believe that all children, given the right opportunities and support, can and will succeed, we would love to hear from you.


We welcome tours of the school during the school day please contact our school office team on 01526 352715 to arrange a visit.

Our school Facebook page and website provide further insight about us.


Application forms are available on our school website

Completed forms to be returned to

Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 19th February.

Interviews will be held w/c Monday 26th February.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted w/c Monday 19th February.


Applications must be on the official application form and we will be requesting references prior to the interview. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect our staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS and safeguarding checks.


Fluency Duty

In accordance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 (Fluency Duty), the ability to converse at ease with customers and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.




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