Drake Primary School are looking to appoint enthusiastic Midday Supervisory Assistants.
This position is temporary until the end of the summer term and is likely to be made permanent in September. The position is Monday to Friday, one hour a day, between 11.45- 13.15. The rate of pay is £11.59 an hour.
Personal qualities are of paramount important and the person appointed will be expected to display patience, enthusiasm, energy, good humour, flexibility and reliability. The ability to work independently and as part of a team is essential.
Duties will include the supervision of pupils over the lunchtime period ensuring the safety and well-being of pupils in the dining room (includes table cleaning, moving duties, and chair stacking), playground supervision or classroom supervision during wet playtimes and engaging with children in play.
Please find the job description and application form below.
If you would like to apply, please fill in the application form and return it to the school office. You can also email it back to us - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are passionate about educating children, well organised & practical, full of energy, values centred, able to evidence high quality interventions then you will fit right in!
Start date: Monday 4th March 2024.
What it's like to work at Drake...
"I am thoroughly enjoying my time at Drake so far. I have found SLT far more supportive than at previous schools and have also found the SENDCo much more involved and aware of challenges. I have found that all staff are happy and willing to help, and it feels like part of a team. The school values definitely shine through in the actions of all staff which is lovely to see."
"Having worked in many different schools and in various roles in my school career, I’ve found working at Drake Primary School one of the most positive experiences. All staff are treated with respect and if you have a difficult situation there is always someone to support you, however big or small the problem. It’s a great team effort to meet all the children’s needs and include the children with additional needs. The assistant heads of both key stages have always been very helpful and knowledgeable. The headteacher always has time to listen and really cares about the staff and children. Best of all-the children are great: enthusiastic, funny, eager and polite! All-in-all, a great school to be part of! Thank you for helping me find my passion again!"