Vacancies

Head Teacher Vacancy

The Headteacher is responsible to the Governing Board and the Local Authority (LA) for the effective provision of leadership and management which leads to successful outcomes for the pupils of the school.  They are expected to achieve excellent working relations with staff, parents and the local community and other agencies concerned with the welfare of children and young people, and to be accountable to the Governing Board and the LA.

Appointment is subject to the current Conditions of Service for Headteachers contained in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions documentation and relevant current education and employment legislation.  The post holder is expected to reach the National Standards for Headteachers, on which this job description is based, to the highest level.

Although accountable to the Governing Board, the Headteacher is the leading professional in the school.  In discharging their responsibilities, they will seek to work in partnership with all stakeholders for the benefit of the children and young people in the school.

Documents

Headteacher Job Description
Headteacher Person Specification
School Application Form 2020


 

Lunchtime supervisor

A vacancy has arisen for a Lunchtime Supervisor starting immediately.

We are are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant to work as part of our team supervising pupils during the lunch break, ensuring a safe environment in which their developmental and welfare needs are met. You need to be physically fit and be able to interact with all pupils in the school, encouraging play and inclusion.

Do you have:

• Experience of working with children and managing behaviour?

• The ability to work as part of a team, building relationships with children and staff?

• A caring nature, able to support the emotional wellbeing of children?

The post holder will have responsibility for the following areas:

Supervision of Pupils:

Where the child dines away from the school, escorting them to and from the school dining hall.

  • Supervision of a child before, during and after the meal, including the supervising or assisting with the deposit of leftover food from plates and receptacles provided.
  • Assist children with their table manners and use of cutlery.
  • Setting up and clearing away dining room equipment such as chairs and tables.

If you are interested in this post, please contact Business and Operations Manager Lisa Bennion by emailing lbennion@stjohnscea.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 10th February

This post is available as soon as possible

St John’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children and young people which will be discussed at interview. Candidates are vetted thoroughly and appointment is subject to identity & enhanced DBS checks and satisfactory references.

Apply for an application pack via e-mail to lbennion@stjohnscea.org.uk.

For further information, please contact the school office on 01782 238889.

Supervisory Assistant Job Description

School Application Form


 

School Care Club Worker

Are you passionate about children’s education? Do you begin every day feeling motivated about the opportunities that school life can bring? Are you committed to self-development in a forward thinking profession? Will you inspire children to become happy, healthy global citizens? Can you demonstrate to children how to draw inspiration from Christian values? Then our school is for you!

We are delighted to offer a fabulous opportunity to join St. John’s CE (A) Primary School. We are a good school (OFSTED January 2018) supported by an outstanding Christian ethos (SIAMS March 2015), with extensive grounds and modern facilities. We are a maintained school, and we have currently 319 pupils on roll. Our Church of England school has a very positive ethos. We are proud that our staff, pupils, parents and church community work in harmony. Our three core values are dedication, courage and joy.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a hardworking, passionate Care club assistant to join our school in our After School Club “Cuckoos”. We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspirational individual who is committed to achieving excellence and ensuring that every child is cared for and succeeds.

Closing date: Friday 7th February
This post is available as soon as possible

St John’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children and young people which will be discussed at interview. Candidates are vetted thoroughly and appointment is subject to identity & enhanced DBS checks and satisfactory references.

Apply for an application pack via e-mail to lbennion@stjohnscea.org.uk.

For further information, please contact the school office on 01782 238889.

School Care Club Worker

School Application Form

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