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Exam Invigilator

Exam Invigilator

Longfield Academy of Sport


  • Expired
£7.97 to £8.19 per hour
Job type:
Part Time, Supply
Start date:
March 2018
Apply by:
9 February 2018

Job overview

We wish to recruit a number of Exam Invigilators to join our current team. 

The successful candidate will invigilate both public and internal examinations ensuring that exam regulations are followed and that good order is maintained in examination halls.   

To succeed in this role you must be able to be perpetually vigilant and ensure compliance with Exam Board regulations.  The ability to apply accurate numeracy and literacy skills and to work as part of a team are also essential.  Full training regarding Examination Board regulations will be provided. 

This role is contracted on an as and when basis with hours offered around the school’s examination timetable throughout the year.  However, the successful applicant will need to be available during the main public examination period in May and June. 

To discuss the role or arrange a visit please contact Mrs Claire Potts, Examination Manager, Longfield Academy of Sport on (01325) 380815.

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About Longfield Academy of Sport

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+44 1325 380815

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Longfield Academy of Sport is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary school in Darlington, County Durham. At its most recent inspection there were 888 students aged 11-16 on the school roll. The school converted to academy status in 2011 and is overseen by the Longfield Trust. 

This specialist sports college benefited from a £2 million investment that has delivered a modern sports hall, which is rented to local community members on evenings and weekends. The school is located a short distance from Harrowgate Hill Primary School.

Chief Executive

Dean Judson

Head of School

Nicholas Lindsay

Values and vision

Longfield Academy of Sport has built a reputation for academic achievement, strong pastoral care and excellent behaviour. The strong relationships the school shares with parents and carers ensure that pupils are supported to be successful in all areas of school life. There is a focus on pupils' core skills, including leadership, communication and team work.

Sport, fitness and health are essential elements of life at Longfield. All core PE lessons in Years 7-11 involve two different sporting activities per week, over an eight-week block of work. During these lessons, pupils develop their knowledge, ability and understanding in a range of sports and physical activities, from football to swimming. 

Ofsted report

“The much improved teaching is ensuring a more regular pattern of good progress for the most able students. Increasingly, activities incorporate higher order challenges which encourage students to think critically and unravel problems or dilemmas. Consequently, their achievement is rising quickly and this is reflected in the increased proportions of students who are on target to attain A* or A grades.”

View Longfield Academy of Sport’s latest Ofsted report

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