Waverley Abbey School is a successful Church of England junior school, part of the Good Shepherd Trust, with 510 pupils on roll. The school is set in 5 hectares of playing fields on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Tilford in Surrey.
There are 4 year groups with 4 classes in each and a bulge class in Year 5. The school boasts a large computing and information technology suite, its own heated swimming pool and a music and arts block. We also have a well-stocked library.. The extensive grounds are a particular feature of the school with a trim trail, gazebos and picnic areas for the children’s use.
18th January 2021
£16,661-£18,406 pro rata
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Special Needs Assistant to join our team at Waverley Abbey. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a child plus some small gro ...
Our pupils consistently attain above national averages when tested at the end of Year 6. By setting high standards of excellence our teaching staff ensure that every child leaves us a balanced , confident and self- disciplined individual. They gain a sound understanding of core curriculum subjects and an awareness and experience of a range of all-round interests.
We are a Church of England school and the fundamental values of tolerance and love for one another runs through all that we do. We welcome children of all faiths and beliefs at our school. For a large school there is a strong family feel at Waverley Abbey. The staff, children, governors and parents all work together as a team. Relationships between staff and pupils are based on mutual trust and respect, and we forge strong and active partnerships with our parent body. This creates a positive atmosphere for everyone within the school community.
We actively encourage our children’s sporting interests and offer a range of clubs. Our pupils represent Waverley Abbey in competitions with other local schools. The school also offers a range of residential opportunities and class learning is often enhanced by an offsite visit or by welcoming a visitor to school. Children learn effectively through real experiences and we work hard to include this within our curriculum teaching.