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Cover Supervisor

Cover Supervisor

North Huddersfield Trust School


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Grade 7 £14,922 - £15,897
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
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5 February 2018

Job overview

Cover Supervisor

We have a vacancy for a Cover Supervisor to provide short term cover in the absence of a classroom teacher, delivering education to children aged 11-16. In addition, this role incorporates occasional administrative responsibility for managing the daily staff cover rota, arranging agency / supply staff as required and recording and submitting data accurately within tight deadlines.

Working hours are 8:10am – 14:40pm, with a 7am start time when covering the administration element of the role.

The successful candidate will have the skills and ability to:

· Deliver lessons where teaching staff are absent and where cover has been left, to a high standard with limited preparation time and on occasion at short notice

· Administer staff absence cover procedures in the absence of the Cover & Exams Manager     as required, but particularly during exam seasons, ensuring there is appropriate cover across the school

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About North Huddersfield Trust School

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+44 1484 452100

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Based in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, North Huddersfield Trust School is a secondary coeducational school for children aged between 11 and 16. It is a non-denominational establishment based in Huddersfield. Its funding status is state-foundation. The school’s Trustees are comprised of 12 partnerships. They range from local businesses and educational leaders, including the local authority. 


Andrew Fell

Values and Vision 

North Huddersfield Trust School’s motto is “pride today, proud tomorrow”. It values respect, innovation, determination, professionalism and enrichment. The school aims to give every student equal opportunities, no matter what their background. The school believes every child should be encouraged to try again, even if they sometimes face hurdles. Children have the opportunity to go on class trips to music concerts, sporting events and theatre trips. The school’s values include individual liberty, democracy, and tolerance of other faiths and religions and the rule of law

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