Work with us

Churchfields is a great place to work.

 

Ofsted (October 2023) say that at Churchfields:

  • Churchfields Primary School is a warm and welcoming place. Pupils, staff, parents and carers are all proud to be part of this community.
  • The provision for pupils’ personal development is impressive and consistently of high quality. It is underpinned by the school’s core values of aspiration, citizenship and excellence.
  • The curriculum that has been created by trust leaders is ambitious. It matches and, in some subjects, exceeds the ambition of the national curriculum.
  • Pupils rise to the high expectations for their learning and behaviour. In lessons, they are focused and have positive attitudes to their learning. They achieve well across the curriculum. 
  • Pupils are polite, well-mannered and courteous. Relationships between staff and pupils are nurturing. Pupils feel safe.
  • Staff value the collaborative working across the trust. They enjoy working here. They appreciate the efforts made to manage their workload and well-being.

 

We are a successful, popular school with a focus on positive learning behaviour and high expectations for all children. We are in a lovely area of south London with a supportive local community, lots of green space and good transport links, both into central London and out into Kent. In the context of south London we are in a relatively affordable area, and many staff are able to live close to the school.

Churchfields Primary School is part of Quality First Education (Q1E), a successful Multi-Academy Trust with four primary schools on five sites across south London. This is an exciting time for us and we want the best people to join us as we grow further. We usually start recruiting teachers early in the school year, in advance of the following year. Opportunities to join our excellent team will be posted below. 

All posts at Churchfields are subject to an enhanced DBS with barred list check, and we may carry out online searches. It is an offence to apply if you are barred from working with children. 

Class teachers 

 

Article ImageOur class teaching positions are currently all filled. Any vacancies will be posted here, as they arise. Watch this space!

Please read our Q1E Teacher pack for more information about teaching with us, our job description, and all the support and fantastic opportunities we offer. 

Wraparound Care Workers

We are seeking enthusiastic, positive people who love working with children, are organised, reliable and willing to work flexibly as part of a team. Previous experience of working with children is desirable, but not essential.

Your role will be:

to support our wraparound provision (breakfast club and/after school club). This will involve supporting children to particpate in engaging and enriching activities and making sure they follow relevent policies and procedure to ensure their safety. 

Hours: School term time. Hours will be dependent on whether you support the breakfast club (7.5 hours per 5 day week), the after-school club (15 hours per 5 day week), or both (22.5 hours per 5 day week). In addition, you will need to attend some training sessions (you will be given advance notice and paid accordingly).

Salary: Bromley localised pay scale BR4, Point 12. Full time equivalent £23,955 (£12.76 per hour).

For more information and the application form, please click on the links below:

Wraparound care worker job description and person specification 

Application form 

Equal opportunities monitoring form 

We will consider applications as they are received, so we encourage early responses.

To apply please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and email them to recruitment@q1e.org.uk 

Please note: This post is subject to a full enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. It is an offence to apply for this role if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.

Teaching Assistant – Full Time

Churchfields Primary School is a popular primary school in Beckenham school with a nursery and ARP. We are part of the Quality First Education Trust, a successful London multi-academy trust.

We are looking for outstanding, talented people to join our team of education support staff. 

We offer:

A varied and interesting teaching assistant role, with lots of room to grow;

An exciting, dynamic school with a strong curriculum, high quality teaching, amazing opportunities for children and a relentless drive for excellence and equality;

A friendly, supportive staff team;

Excellent training - fantastic on-the-job learning and professional development once in the role;

Active support for staff who are thinking of becoming a teacher in future.

You:

May be thinking about training to be a teacher in future (we can help you take the steps you need to get there!);

Are committed, reliable, positive, enthusiastic, flexible, helpful and friendly;

Have good literacy, numeracy, communication and IT skills;

Have some experience of supporting or working with children;

Have an interest in education and child development and are willing to learn;

Ideally have some experience of working in a primary school (not essential);

Ideally are educated to degree level (not essential).

Main duties:

To support classroom learning, under the guidance of the teacher/lead person;

To work with individuals and small groups on specific activities;

To supervise and provide particular support for identified students;

To motivate and support pupils to fulfil their potential;

To prepare learning resources, displays and equipment;

To assist teachers to develop lesson activities and teaching strategies;

To help evaluate pupil achievements, progress and needs;

To support with behaviour management;

To accompany and support pupils on school visits and journeys;

To provide personal care and assistance for pupils who require such support.

Dates:

Deadline for applications: noon on Friday 15th March 2024

Interviews will take place in the week beginning Monday 18th March 2024

This will initially be a one year contract, including a probationary period.

Salary:

BR4

 

For more information and the application form, please click on the links below:

Teaching assistant job description and person specification 

Application form 

Equal opportunities monitoring form 

We will consider applications as they are received, so we encourage early responses.

To apply please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and email them to recruitment@q1e.org.uk

Please note: This post is subject to a full enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. It is an offence to apply for this role if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.

Midday Assistant vacancy 


We are seeking enthusiastic, positive people who love working with children, are organised, reliable and willing to work flexibly as part of a team. Previous experience of working with children is desirable, but not essential.

Your role will be:

  • to supervise children at lunchtime, in the hall and in the playground
  • to ensure a safe and positive environment, with healthy eating, good table manners and excellent behaviour
  • to monitor children’s play, engage them in activities, and help with any issues or accidents
  • to set up and tidy away lunchtime play equipment.

Hours: 1 hour 45 minutes per day, Monday to Friday, term time only.

Salary: £4,210.31 per year (full time equivalent £20,754, pro-rata).

For more information and the application form, please click on the links below:

We will consider applications as they are received, so we encourage early responses.

To apply please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and email them to recruitment@q1e.org.uk

Please note: This post is subject to a full enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. It is an offence to apply for this role if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.