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Job Vacancy

Buriton Primary School has a vacancy for a  temporary, part-time teaching assistant

Please click here for the link to the Hampshire Jobs Vacancy Website

Below are links to the Job Description, Job Specification and Application form

Please note that the hours of work are likely to be across 3 morning (Monday to Wednesday),

however this may change and some flexibility would be appreciated.

Job Specification

Job Description

Application Form

Key Dates for your diary this half term:

Wednesday 17th December      Cinderella – Mayflower Theatre

Thursday 18th December      Children’s Christmas Lunch

Thursday 18th December            Pearls Class Clarinet performance at 2.45 pm

Friday 19th  December       End of Term – 1.30 pm      

Start of term 5th January 2015

NEWSLETTER 7 - 10th December 2014 - now available

Year 5 and 6 pupils spent a sporty afternoon at Dunhurst School competing in an interschools athletics event with other local schools.   The children did exceptionally well coming away with many medals, we are extremely proud of them all.




Our school is a learning community in which all learners are encouraged to reach their full potential.

The school works hard to achieve high standards of teaching and curriculum provision for all children. We aim to develop children who are confident and happy life-long learners and the ethos of our school is  

‘Discovering the wonders of learning.’

We are very proud of our achievements and the learning that takes place here. The school is characterised by a strong partnership between pupils, staff, parents and governors and a good relationship with the wider community. We promote the values of team work, creativity, independence, and emotional intelligence in all learners. We aim for all children to achieve their full potential in all areas of the curriculum and to develop thinking skills and confidence, whilst being able to manage their feelings and develop their social skills. Follow the links to the Ofsted Report for more information.