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Cover Supervisor specialising in Humanities

Cover Supervisor specialising in Humanities

St Mary's College


  • Expired
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
15 December 2017

Job overview

St Mary’s College Voluntary Catholic Academy  Are looking to recruit a  Cover Supervisor specialising in Humanities  Grade 6  Points 23 – 26 £21,268- £23,398 32.5 hours per week Term time only + 5 training days Actual salary range £16,048 - £17,655 for January 2018 start.

 The successful candidate will supervise whole classes during the short term absence of teachers across the school, particularly in the Humanities department. You are expected to give instructions for the lesson as provided by a teacher and the primary focus of the role will be to maintain good order and to keep pupils on task.    For further information and an application form please visit 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  

St Mary’s is an equal opportunities employer.

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About St Mary's College

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+44 148 285 1136

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St Mary's College is a Catholic Secondary School and Sixth Form situated in the city of Hull.

St Mary's College continues to go from strength to strength, offering our students and the community we serve, top quality educational provision, outstanding facilities and a commitment to the highest of standards.

The school was judged to be 'Outstanding' by Ofsted in 2010 and continues to hold this judgement to date.

In 2023 we were awarded World Class School status for the third time showing we have moved beyond 'outstanding' and have continued to improve student progress, aspiration and achievement to such an extent that our standards rival the best schools internationally. We now hold this status in perpetuity.


Mrs Maria Stead

Values and vision

The school’s mission statement is educate students spiritually, morally, physically and academically to make them well-rounded human beings. St Mary’s College believes every student has the right to a full and exciting education. The school curriculum is rooted in the faith, practice and moral teaching of the Roman Catholic Church.

St Mary’s College's sporting achievements have set it apart from other schools and its facilities have helped many pupils get involved with sports. Various extracurricular activities are also offered to pupils, from Budding Entrepreneur club to Backstage club. St Mary’s status as an International School has helped it foster a cultural and community feel. From the Green Generation project with Slovenia to an ICT project with Kenya and Nigeria, international schemes help to teach pupils about other cultures.

Ofsted report

In our most recent OFSTED inspection (October 2023), St Mary’s College was judged as OUTSTANDING in all areas, with the inspectors stating: ‘St Mary’s College is a highly ambitious school,’ with this ambition evident, ‘in all areas of the curriculum’.

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