Wycliffe CE Primary School

Wycliffe CE Primary School is committed to working in partnership with families, communities and other schools, to provide the very best education and care for its pupils. As a Church of England school, within the Diocese of Leeds, it has a Christian distinctiveness, underpinned by its vision and values.

The school are looking to appoint a HLTA. In return, they can offer you:

  • Eager children who love to learn
  • A supportive Trust, Governing Body, parents and community
  • Enthusiastic, committed and hardworking staff
  • A growing school, in a vibrant community with serious commitment to your professional development

Visits to the school are normally actively encouraged for all potential candidates, however due to COVID restrictions this is not possible. Any questions should be made via the office on 01274 584779.

Interested candidates should apply by email to recruitment@wycliffe.bradford.sch.uk using the BDAT application form available on the school’s website: https://wycliffeprimary.org/news/vacancies/

Wycliffe CE Primary are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced criminal records check via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Closing Date: 12.30pm, 26th February 2021
Interview Date: 8th March 2021
Starting Date: TBC

Salary: Band 8 Scale 16-22, £17,485 - £19,692
Pro rata: 32 hours per week, TTO

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World book day is the 4th March. We have lots of exciting things planned to do on the day. Win hundreds of pounds for our school by entering the World Book day competition to design a book token. We look forward to seeing your book token designs. Please tweet them 😊
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So, the morning after the announcement that the school will be welcoming all children back again in less than two weeks (we are really excited - we can’t wait!) this was our welcome this morning. #Hope @StJohnsCE @WeAreBDAT


We continue to thank school staff for their amazing work for children’s education. We fully support the return of all pupils to school from the 8th. @BorisJohnson
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