Grade: Band 1, Level 1
Annual Salary: £18,846 - Equivalent to £3,289 pro rata
7.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday from 12 to 1.30pm - Term Time only
Contract duration: 1 Year Fixed term
Start: as soon as possible
The children, staff and governors at Hallfield Primary School are looking for motivated, enthusiastic and committed professional to join our lunchtime team.
Hallfield Primary School has 550 children from 2-11. It is an exciting and vibrant place to work where the staff team are focused on quality and achievement in all areas of school life. The school is located in Bayswater and has excellent public transport links.
We are seeking to appoint 3 Lunchtime Supervisors to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the children during the lunchtime break. The successful candidate will have a calm and good manner with pupils and will assist in promoting positive behaviour in accordance with agreed practices and procedures.
You will need to be reliable and committed, under the direction of the Assistant Headteacher and Senior Lunchtime Supervisor. You need to have an interest in working with children and be a good role model. In addition you will need to be fluent in spoken and written English, numerate and able to work as part of a team. You will also be expected to attend training for your own professional development.
In return the school can offer: supportive, motivated colleagues; support to develop this area of expertise; and the opportunity to be part in a forward thinking, dynamic school who sees children at the heart of the learning process.
Application form, job description and person specification can be downloaded below. To apply, please complete the application form and email to email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Monday 21st November. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We have a clear commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The successful candidate will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service (formerly known as Criminal Records Bureau). Further information can be found at: www.gov.uk.