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Assistant Cook

Assistant Cook

Archbishop Holgate's School


  • Expired
Grade 4 – Starting, pro rata, salary is £4,800 per year
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Apply by:
11 December 2017

Job overview

Badger Hill Primary School is seeking to recruit an Assistant Cook to join the small team of kitchen staff at Badger Hill Primary School. The core focus of this job is to assist the Cook at Badger Hill Primary School in delivering an efficient catering service, operating to the highest standards of food safety including the planning, preparing, cooking and serving of circa 150 appetising and nutritious meals per day. 

Badger Hill Primary School is part of the Pathfinder Multi Academy Trust and so the post-holder may also be required, occasionally, to work at other schools within the Trust, e.g. Archbishop Holgate’s School. 

The post is permanent, subject to a successful six-month probationary period. 

Initially the hours of work will be 2.5 per day, but this will increase to 3.5 hours per day in March 2018 and we need the post-holder to be willing and able to increase their hours at that time.

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About Archbishop Holgate's School

"Archbishop Holgate’s School is an exceptional place for pupils to learn. The school’s values of justice, compassion, forgiveness and trust are at the heart of every aspect of school life” (Ofsted, October 2021)

Archbishop Holgate’s is a flourishing school signified by outstanding examination results, high quality teaching and learning, an inspiring curriculum complemented by sporting and musical achievements and a wide, varied programme of extra-curricular
opportunities. We are a school committed to ensuring that our students develop in all ways and at the heart of all we do is a commitment to ‘Values, Care and Achievement’:

Christian values that underpin all we do

Outstanding pastoral care that sees each student as an individual

Maximum achievement for all students, at all levels

We have excellent students and a talented staff, colleagues who are committed to ensuring that the young people in our care achieve and succeed. Collectively, as a school community, we seek to nurture aspiration and promote excellence. We enrich our students in many different ways and when they leave Archbishop Holgate’s they do so as well rounded young people with the skills, qualities and relevant qualifications to help them shape their own futures and also to benefit the communities they serve.

In 2021, the school was delighted to once again be awarded outstanding judgements in all areas of the Ofsted inspection.

Prior to the pandemic the school has consistently enjoyed some of the best results nationally at both GCSE and Post 16.

At Key Stage 5, the Sixth Form has over the past decade consistently performed in the top 10% of Post 16 providers.

At Key Stage 4, the school consistently performs significantly above the national averages for all groups of students. The school has a long standing trend of outstanding Progress 8 scores which are among the best nationally and have been the strongest locally for four consecutive years. The 2022 Progress 8 score was +0.73 and +0.3 for disadvantaged students.

The school regularly features within the top ten of the Times 100 best schools.

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