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Personal Assistant to the Headteacher Permanent, full time all year round 8. Our Lady of Sion School is a small, caring community where students and staff thrive. It is an excellent place to teach and learn. We belong to a world-wide family of Sion schools and our ethos is hugely important to us and all other Sion schools around the world. We have a superb opportunity for an experienced PA to the Head to play a vital part in the higher-level co-ordination and smooth running of the School.
I very much hope that you and your families have been able to enjoy some of the benefits of the relaxation of the Covid restrictions. You may be aware that this week the Government have announced that as part of the roadmap to reopening the country, face masks are no longer required to be worn by staff and students in school. We welcome this announcement as the restrictions caused by wearing face masks in lessons has a detrimental effect on communication in the classroom and therefore learning. However, in our context, with students and staff moving between lessons, we feel that it is prudent to continue to wear face masks in communal areas in the school building.