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Cover Supervisor

Cover Supervisor

The Sutton Academy

St Helens

  • Expired
£13,080 – £14,576
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
Apply by:
5 October 2017

Job overview

Required As Soon As Possible  

Cover Supervisor Level 3 SCP 18-21 £13,080 – £14,576     

(32 hours per week term time only plus 5 Inset Days) 

 A well qualified and dynamic individual with a commitment to high standards is required to provide classroom supervision for any short term absences of teachers.  Cover Supervisors deliver pre prepared lessons for classes in both KS3 and KS4 in the absence of teaching staff and provide additional support for students’ learning as appropriate. 

This post is especially suited to a graduate interested in pursuing a career in education or to a newly qualified teacher. 

This post is subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure Certificate.  The Sutton Academy is committed to equal opportunities. 

The academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

An application pack is attached or visit our web site: 

Applications should be returned to  

Closing Date:  Friday 6 October  Interviews:  TBC

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About The Sutton Academy

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+44 1744 678859

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The Sutton Academy is a mixed, comprehensive, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form situated in St Helens, Merseyside. It is part of a single-academy trust called The Sutton Academy Trust and sponsored by St Helens College. The school will provide 1550 places to secondary and sixth form students between the ages of 11-18, when fully subscribed.

The school opened as a new provision in September 2010.


Paul Willerton

Values and Vision

The school places an emphasis on collaboration and teamwork, shown by its mission statement “Together Students Achieve”. It is part of an environment that aims to respect the individual needs of its students, allowing for social and emotional - as well as physical and intellectual -development for all the children involved. Ensuring that the academic work moves at a pace that benefits all students, there is a Student Development Centre for vulnerable students, alongside support for student literacy, numeracy and behavioural and social skills.

With its role as both a secondary school and a sixth form college, it is an academy that always strives to provide the highest quality of continuity possible for students at each stage of their education.


“Students are proud of their academy. It is a calm and orderly place to learn, where most students work hard, and all feel safe. Leaders at all levels, including governors, have acted effectively to improve the academy. They have raised the quality of teaching by eliminating any inadequate practice, and have improved students’ behaviour. They have clear and convincing plans to improve the academy further.”

View The Sutton Academy’s latest Ofsted report

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