Deadline for applications: 12 noon, Wednesday 24th April 2019
Start Date: As soon as possible following interview
Salary: Grade G, Point 19 -22 depending on experience, £13,582 pro rata (£19,446 FTE) - £14,719 pro rata (£21,074 FTE)
Hours: 30 hours per week (5 days per week, 8.45am – 3.15pm, the working day will include a 30-minute unpaid lunch break), 39 weeks per year, (term time + 5 INSET training days).
Prince William School requires a Cover Supervisor to supervise classes for absent teaching staff. When not needed to cover absent colleagues, they may be required to do other tasks such as intervention work with small groups of students withdrawn from a class. The successful candidate will be resilient and resourceful, understand how to manage teenage behaviours, and be able to ‘think on their feet’.
Many staff use the experience of working as a cover supervisor as a stepping stone into teaching or other related fields of work involving working with young people.
Experience of working with young people is desirable, as is experience of working in a school environment. Experience of leading a class of children is not required as training will be provided.
Prince William School
At the core of our school are our students. They are enthusiastic, well behaved and keen to do the best they can. We strive to provide them with the challenging and inspirational curriculum they need to prepare them for the ever changing world they will find themselves in. Our aim is simple; we aim to be the best school in Northamptonshire and beyond for every student, regardless of their ability, background or aspirations. We have achieved strongly positive Progress 8 scores for the last two years and we have high expectations of learning for all, staff and students.
We welcome colleagues who share our passion for engaging students in learning and inspiring them to achieve. If you share our passion for students and education, we would welcome your application.
There is a nursery on site that is run by a private company.
Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to references and DBS check.