Midday Supervisory Assistant Required
We are looking to appoint a Midday Supervisory Assistant to join our friendly and hardworking Academy. Duties will include ensuring the safety and well-being of pupils during the lunch break, including the adherence of school policies and procedures while in play areas or during wet playtimes in class.
You will need to be well-motivated and have a calm manner with the ability to work effectively as part of a team. You will need to be able to relate well to children and organise play activities.
Wayland Junior Academy is part of the Transforming Education in Norfolk (TEN) group. We are a friendly school situated in the popular growing market town of Watton. There are 274 children on roll from Years 3 to 6 with a growing demographic.
Ofsted recognised (January 2017) the significant improvements that we have made. We are looking for an inspirational person who is passionate about ensuring our children have a positive start to their day to join our team and support us on our journey to securing ‘Good’ and onto ‘Outstanding’ for our academy.
We can offer:
- a friendly, welcoming, enthusiastic and committed staff team
- fantastic children who are keen to learn
- commitment to CPD and professional development
- the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment both within the academy and also as part of the TEN group which includes institutions from primary through to further education
- a happy and positive working environment
Closing Date: 9 am Friday 11 January 2019
Interviews: w/c 14 January 2019
Our academy is committed to safeguarding young people and expects all who work at the academy to share this commitment. All applicants to this post will be subject to further safeguarding checks, including a full Disclosure and Barring Service check for the candidate appointed.
‘This post is likely to come under the requirements of the Childcare (Disqualification) 2009 Regulations and the successful applicant will be required to complete a declaration form to establish whether they are disqualified under these regulations.’