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Cover Supervisor

Cover Supervisor

Malet Lambert


  • Expired
Grade 6 (point 23) £21,268 pro rata
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
As Soon As Possible
Apply by:
12 October 2017

Job overview

29 Hours Per Week Term Time Plus 5 Days

Are you passionate about learning? Do you aim to develop independent enquiry in children and young people and encourage a lifelong love for learning? The Education Alliance comprises South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, Malet Lambert School, Hunsley Primary and now welcomes Driffield School and Sixth Form who have recently joined the Trust. Committed to delivering high quality teaching and learning the Alliance wishes to continue to build on its success, sharing best practice, innovation and skills across the partnership. 

Malet Lambert School is seeking to appoint a Cover Supervisor to commence as soon as possible. The Education Alliance has developed excellent relationships with a wide number of schools and academies through South Hunsley’s lead role in the Wolds Teaching School Alliance. It is an exciting time to join The Education Alliance and we invest heavily in professional development to enable our staff to flourish, continually learn and develop and access in-house career opportunities. We have high aspirations for students and staff and we want everyone to be successful. 

 Applications are to be received no later than 3:00pm on Friday 13 October 2017.  

The Education Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.

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About Malet Lambert

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  • Malet Lambert
  • James Reckitt Avenue, Kingston-upon-Hull
  • East Riding of Yorkshire
  • HU8 0JD
  • United Kingdom
+44 1482 374211

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Thank you for your interest in our school.

Malet Lambert has a long and proud history, dating back to 1932. Once a grammar school, it became a community comprehensive school in 1968 and it continues to be true to the word ‘comprehensive’ some 55 years later.

Having taught in many schools and as a member of the senior leadership team at previous schools too, I am immensely proud to be at the forefront of the everyday running of this ambitious school. I joined Malet Lambert in 2014 as a Deputy Headteacher, before becoming Headteacher in 2016 and, therefore, I now know our pupils, staff and community well.

From our thorough transition process in Year 6 through to the close mentoring and support for our pupils taking public examinations in Year 11, we put the needs of individual pupils at the heart of everything we do. At Malet Lambert, we pride ourselves upon having high aspirations. These will ensure that all of our pupils meet their potential by creating a safe, yet vibrant learning environment, which sees first class teaching and learning every single day.

We are very fortunate to have such a caring, skilled and dedicated set of teachers, support staff and governors here at Malet Lambert; ultimate professionals who are dedicated to the pupils.

Having become part of The Education Alliance (TEAL) in 2016, this has only reinforced the support for our pupils further, by allowing us to work in partnership with other successful schools. 2023 saw us reaffirm a ‘Good’ Ofsted grading, as well as maintaining our Inclusion Quality Mark Flagship School status.

Malet Lambert year 11 cohorts have achieved some excellent examination results in recent years. We are, of course, proud of this, but for me, it is of greater importance to ensure that our pupils have access to a broad and balanced curriculum recognising each learner’s personal, social and cognitive ways of learning, and encouraging respect for everyone. Our pastoral systems have been developed over the last few years and as a result, are very strong.

If you wish to take advantage of this, please contact Mollie Poskitt, HR Administrator on 01482 374211 on extension 2067 or email

Patrick Sprakes


Ofsted Report

View our latest Ofsted Report:

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Ofsted inspectors visited to assess the school following its last inspection in 2023, when it was also rated ‘Good’.

Our most recent Ofsted Inspection report states that:

“The school delivers a curriculum that provides pupils with the best opportunities to improve their life chances. Leaders have taken steps to ensure that most pupils study the English Baccalaureate set of subjects. The Trust supports school leaders to ensure that the curriculum is well planned and fully inclusive.”

“The school provides a suitable curriculum to support pupils’ wider personal development.”

“Staff are very proud to work at this school. They feel valued and that the school invests in their professional development. Leaders have ensured that, through the Trust’s workload charter, staff have a good work-life balance.”

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