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Louisa Wilcock

11 July 2019

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LUNCHTIME SUPERVISORS (2 Posts available)

– required to start September or as soon as possible thereafter

 

These posts are temporary until Easter 2020 in the first instance.

 

  • Hours –12.5 hours per week, term time only. *Working hours will be 11.45PM – 2.15PM, Monday – Friday, term time only

*hours may need to be adjusted by the Principal from time to time and will be based on the school’s needs

  • Salary £9.49 per hour (based on a fixed point at Grade 2 point 3)

School Lunchtimes are an important part of the school day and we are currently seeking to appoint enthusiastic Lunchtime Supervisors who are passionate about working with young people to join our existing team as soon as possible.

You will be responsible for supervising students in the dining room, playground and / or classroom. Some responsibilities include supervising the students during lunch, assisting with keeping the dining halls clean, encouraging and promoting good behaviours, being a positive role model for the students and actively promoting good manners and consideration.

 

The greatest strength of our school is our students who are often praised for their

creativity, musical talents, artistic performances and the respect they have for one another. Students generally understand the importance of learning, value their school and are proud to be part of it.

Ninestiles has a very reflective teaching staff body who welcome feedback from parents and students to secure the needs of all learners. The school has a wide and varied curriculum, students have access to an impressive range of sporting and extracurricular activities with well over sixty enrichment opportunities offered after school. There is a strong culture of safeguarding and staff work positively with the leadership team to ensure students are kept safe.

The successful applicant must:

  • Be reliable, committed and interested in working with students and demonstrate the qualities of a good role model (qualities of compassion, trustworthiness, politeness and good listening skills)
  • Have good interpersonal skills; be trustworthy, punctual as well as being patient and confident when working with children.
  • Have experience or have a desire to work with students in a social environment within a secondary school setting. Previous experience of working with young people is an advantage but not essential.
  • Have experience of working within a team.
  • Possess good communication skills; oral and written.
  • Have a genuine interest in supporting and caring for young people is a must!

About the Trust

The Summit Learning Trust comprises of three secondary schools, four primary schools and a Sixth Form College. The Trust’s commitment to excellence is recognised nationally and internationally

Why work for us?

The Trust offers:

  • High quality training and support
  • Opportunities to work across a number of schools
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Employee discount schemes

Professional Learning Institute

Summit Learning Trust is currently developing our innovative Professional Learning Institute. This exciting initiative will drive our focus on the highest quality professional learning for all staff, at all stages, across all our schools.

Early Career Framework

Following the launch of the DfE’s Early Career Framework we are delighted that Summit Learning Trust has been chosen to be part of a pioneering Education Endowment Fund research project in conjunction with Ambition Institute.

Through this project, Mentors will have access to the latest practice-based resources and training which will develop the techniques, protocols and approaches of instructional coaching. In addition, NQT’s will have access to resources, training and collaborative networking opportunities which will provide excellent practical support for the classroom.

For an application form please use the link below.

We are an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender reassignment, age, disability, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy/maternity or race.

 

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and we expect all applicants to share this commitment.  All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a Children’s barred list check