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Duty Supervisor

Duty Supervisor

Hollingworth Academy


  • Expired
Job type:
Part Time, Fixed Term
Start date:
Apply by:
5 January 2018

Job overview


We are looking for a Duty Supervisor to join our school. The main areas of responsibility will be pupil safety, welfare and good conduct during the lunch period in the areas used by pupils.  

Applications are invited from candidates who are passionate about working with children. The successful applicants will be enthusiastic about the role, have the ability to build effective working relationships with staff and pupils and be able to give clear instructions. They will also have excellent communication skills and have the ability to uphold our behaviour systems and policies.   

Hours: Monday – Friday, 12.20pm to 2.00pm, during term time only 8 hours and 20 minutes per week  

Grade: Scale 2, SCP 13  (£16,941 pro rata, actual salary £3,207)  

Contract: Fixed Term to cover an internal vacancy. From ASAP to 15th June 2018.  

 Hollingworth Academy is an oversubscribed 11-16 comprehensive situated off the M62/M60 in the town of Milnrow, Rochdale.  In 2009 an Ofsted Inspection graded Hollingworth as ‘Outstanding’ and since that report academic standards have risen still further. 

Start date : ASAP 

Closing date : Noon on Friday 5th January 2018 

To apply for this position please download the application form and supporting documentation and send completed applications to by noon on Friday 5th January 2018.   

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults, children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The information requested for applicants is considered to be objectively justified to comply with government guidance on safer recruitment in such areas.  

Appointment to this post will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring check. Hollingworth Academy operates a Smoke Free Policy for all its employees and applies to any building and associated grounds within the immediate vicinity of the building which is wholly owned, leased or operated and occupied by the school.

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About Hollingworth Academy

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Thank you for your interest in working at Hollingworth Academy; we are a vibrant and caring school in Milnrow, Rochdale.

In 2023, Hollingworth Academy was awarded the World Class Schools Quality Mark; the only school in Greater Manchester and Lancashire out of 463 to achieve this world class status.

Hollingworth Academy is now one of two academies in the recently formed Hollingworth Learning Trust, along with Newhouse Academy. Hollingworth Learning Trust’s core purpose is to make a positive difference to the lives of its children. Its role, as a sponsor of both academies, is to provide the support, challenge, expertise, and resources necessary to significantly improve the provision for education.

Our ethos is built on three pillars of,

Respect, Responsibility and Resilience.

These values are at the heart of everything we do,


Respect at Hollingworth is the care and value we have for ourselves, other people and our community.

RESPECT YOURSELF – Respect starts with the individual. We all strive to ‘be the best that we can be’.

RESPECT OTHER PEOPLE – We show respect to others by being polite and courteous. We value diversity and promote equality and equity.

RESPECT OUR COMMUNITY – We all follow the rules which help make Hollingworth​ a safe school in which teachers can teach and students can learn.


We act responsibly and accept the consequences of our actions. We will support our students’ development to become responsible citizens on a local, national and global level who respect and protect the rights of everyone in society.

We work with a range of local and national partners to ensure that the children at Hollingworth get a great education.

We will protect the environment and educate our students to actively contribute to a sustainable future.


We accept that learning is challenging, takes time and involves making mistakes. We improve by remaining positive, working hard, being determined and never giving up.​

Resilience is also necessary in developing the grit and determination to persevere both at an individual level but also in the pursuit of personal values and beliefs.​

Background & Vision:

Hollingworth Academy has a simple vision; 'Everyone Excels Everyday'.

The vision we have for our academy is that we excel in providing a World Class education where all students make outstanding progress which:

· Fosters proactive engagement with memorable experiences.

· Nurtures them to develop social attitudes and behaviours founded upon the values of respect, responsibility, and resilience.

· Enables them to be thriving, positive and influential members of any inclusive, successful community.

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