Midday Supervisory Assistants from 23 April 2019
Grade: NJE Grade 1 (Points 1 - 2)
6.25 hours per week (1 hour 15 minutes per day)
£9 - £9.18 per hour
Location: John Hunt Primary School
We are looking to appoint two Midday Supervisors to join our lunchtime team in our school after Easter. Lunchtime duties include helping to promote good eating habits, supervising in the dining room and outside and being aware of their health and safety. They will be able to use their own initiative, are flexible and well organised and able to promote positive play. Midday Supervisors are required to work Monday to Friday, term time only. The following comment was reported following our recent Ofsted inspection:
Pupils’ behaviour during lunchtimes is good. The atmosphere in the dining hall is positive, promoting lunchtime as a happy, social occasion. Outside, pupils can take part in a good range of activities. These include sessions led by the school’s sports coaches. Pupils say that the mid-day staff provide good supervision and handle any
unacceptable behaviour fairly and swiftly.
As a school we are committed to staff professional development and full support and training will be given to the successful candidate. John Hunt Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and therefore this post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Application forms and further details for the above post are available by email: email@example.com or the school website www.johnhuntprimary.co.uk
Application forms may also be obtained from the school office or by sending a large stamped addressed envelope to: Mrs L Mole, Head Teacher, John Hunt Primary School, London Road, New Balderton, Newark, Notts. NG24 3BN . Tel: (01636) 682007. Closing date: Friday 22 March 2019 at 12noon.
We are currently seeking four enthusiastic and committed volunteers to join our Governing Body as Co-opted Governors to help John Hunt Primary School flourish and to be part of shaping the future for our children.
Although Governors are volunteers excellent support and development opportunities will be provided through an induction process and a full programme of training both face-to-face and online to suit individual needs. There are opportunities to work alongside current governors and to take on responsibility for an area of the School Improvement Plan. We don’t expect you to be an expert in education and welcome governors from all walks of life to bring different perspectives and views. You just need to be committed to supporting our school community and the outcomes of our children.
We are particularly interested in hearing from anyone with interest, skills, experience or understanding in any of the following areas:
finance or accounting
education or school governance
local business links, marketing or advertising
Our Governing Body is responsible for:
ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction of the School
supporting and challenging the Headteacher;
monitoring the educational performance of the School and its pupils;
Full Governing Body usually meets three times a year plus attendance at a sub-committee meeting each term. However, it is not all meetings, Governors will have the opportunity to come into School to observe all areas of school life and are would invited to join in school celebrations such as performances and sports events, where they can see for themselves the value of their contribution.
If you are interested in meeting us and finding out more, please contact the School by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01636 682007 to arrange to call in for an informal chat over a cup of tea. We hope to hear from you soon.
Chair of Governors