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Working with Us @Allenby

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You will find below our Job Description, Personal Specification and Application Form for the vacancy of Administrative Assistant. The role has come up due to the retirement of the current post holder. 

Start date September 2021 (Possibility of additional paid days in July/August) 

Once you have completed your application form please send it to mhoward@allenby.ealing.sch.uk no later than 12pm Friday 2nd July. Interviews will take place the week begining Monday 5th July   

If you would like to discuss the role further please contact Mrs M Howard by email mhoward@allenby.ealing.sch.uk or by phone 02085786636. 

Job title:        

School  Administrative Assistant

Ealing Spinal Column Grade



(Level 1)


Allenby Primary School



Line manager:

School Business Manager (SBM) & Head Teacher (HT)

Supervisory responsibility:

None, apart from assisting in work familiarisation of new members of staff.


35hrs weekly over 5 days 8:30am-4:00pm (39 Weeks Term Time only including Inset Days) + 3 additional days












“Allenby would like a friendly, smiley, kind and helpful person to work in the office and to be able to assist the children when they need help”

Skye Y5 child

"Our children are all very unique and as such we need someone who goes the extra mile to make everyone to feel welcome" -

SLD Unit staff member

Make a difference to children and work @Allenby 

All of the adults who work at Allenby are and have to be committed to enabling all children to grow and develop. What we do matters!

Vacancies for Teachers, Teaching Partners, SMSAs and other important roles within the school arise from time-to-time where members of our existing team move on to new posts in other settings or to do different roles at Allenby. 

All vacancies are advertised here, locally and on occasion nationally.

Why Work with us @Allenby?

Why Work with us @Allenby?


Allenby is underpinned by our ‘Rights Respecting’ ethos and the fact that ‘What We Do Matters’.  Our school is a small, caring community, where individuals are valued and achieve self-esteem through success. Children and adults are encouraged to belong to, learn and develop in an inclusive and positive learning environment. Our actions impact on others – ‘what we do matters’ – so in learning, attitudes, behaviour and aspirations we strive to make a difference for the better. 


Allenby’s pupils are the biggest reason to work here.  Teaching pupils who are keen and eager to learn reflects attitudes in our classes.  Disruptive behaviour during learning is rare.  Adults build warm relationships with children helping them to thrive and achieve.  You will go the extra mile to meet the needs of the children and they will do the same for you. The few children with Special Educational Needs in our mainstream and the high proportion of children with English Additional Language will make coming work different every day. They will work hard for you and try their best with adults that do the same. “We have a diverse community


  • Teachers work collaboratively together to assess, plan and prepare learning sharing PPA time with the closet year group. 
  • PPA time is taken as a single morning or afternoon session together as a phase. 

"It's great to plan and bounce ideas off each other. Particularly useful in a one form entry school".

Experienced EYFS teacher

  • A dedicated workroom is available for all teachers and teaching partners to work together fully equipped with ICT access. 
  • Phase Leaders are responsible for the day-to-day needs and outcomes of the each Year group, with each phase is led by an experienced Deputy Headteacher.
  • Every class has two adults, Teacher and Teaching Partner within it and additional support staff for children with additional needs are distributed and support by our experienced SENCo and Deputy Headteacher.
  • Our Specialist Learning Unit for Children with Server Learning Difficulties (SLD). Amber and Diamond Classes are supported by two experienced special needs teachers and a high number of specialist trained teaching partners. We have 1 adult to 2 children ratio in both classes.      

We have the pleasure of working with children in an stimulating environment that brings something new and exciting every day. We have the benefit of working within a mainstream school but with a specialist unit. We have the best of best worlds.” 

SLD Unit Teaching Partner 


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