We are looking for enthusiastic Midday Supervisors to join our friendly team as soon as possible. We are a positive school with a real sense of pride and are looking for someone who shares this ethos.
We are looking for somebody who:
• Is organised, enthusiastic, motivated and has a sense of fun
• Cares about children’s welfare and safety
• Can positively support children’s emotional, social and physical wellbeing
• Enjoys working as part of a team
The role would involve:
• Supervising children eating their lunch in the dining hall
• Supervising children playing outside to ensure their safety and wellbeing
• Organising play activities
• Positively encouraging good behaviour
What we can offer you:
• A philosophy of 100% achievement and inclusion
• A commitment to extending the boundaries of learning enabling all young people to become well- rounded individuals
• A purposeful and caring learning environment, where every individual is known, valued and supported
• Well-motivated and engaged students and ambitious, dedicated and professional staff
• A commitment to leadership, innovation, staff progression - we are passionate about retaining good staff - and partnership working, as part of our family of schools
• You will benefit from:
• An induction programme for all new staff
• Employee Assistance Programme to help support you in everyday life as well as career decisions
• Ample on site car parking in a city location
• As a member of the CMAT Trust, there is potential to be promoted and/or work across a number of schools in a close geographical area
• Part-time hours: 1 or 1.5 hours per day
• Application deadline: 24/9/2021
• Interview date: week beginning 27/9/2021
• Expected start date: as soon as possible
• Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
• Salary: £9.43 per hour
For informal enquiries about the role please contact Victoria Cutforth via VCutforth@elycollege.co.uk
To apply for this vacancy, please click on the link below and if you have any queries beforehand please do not hesitate to contact us.
The post holder will have a shared responsibility for the safe guarding of all children and young people. The post holder also has an implicit duty to promote the welfare of all children and young people. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff will be subject to an enhanced check with the DBS.
The Lantern Community Primary
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Primary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 4 - 11 years
The Lantern Community Primary School opened in 2004 and was built to cater for the children of families living on the western side of the city.
The school has been carefully designed to be a focal point for the community.