VII School is a thriving, over-subscribed School, with a diverse intake.
It is a stimulating place in which to work, offering many opportunities to
students and staff alike. The School enjoys an excellent reputation and sees
the calibre of its staff as a key strength. King Edward VII School has two sites
within the S10 area, approximately 1.5 miles apart. The successful candidate
will be required to work at both sites. At King Edward VII School we offer an
excellent benefits package, including a pension, a cycle to work scheme, eye
test vouchers and cash plan including therapy benefits. We also offer a full employyee
assistance programme (EAP).
We have an
exciting opportunity for a well-motivated Cover Supervisor to supervise whole
classes during the short-term absence of the class teacher under the guidance
of the Cover Manager and teaching staff. The role will include the
implementation of work programmes, managing student behaviour and assisting
students in relevant activities.
holder will work across the School to support teachers in the development and
delivery of learning. In addition, the post holder will provide general support
to the curriculum and be expected to play a full part in the life of the
The post is
an ideal preparation for applicants considering formal teacher training in the
future by providing opportunities to lead classes, manage behaviour, work
alongside experienced staff and learn the rhythms of School life.
- enjoy working with a wide range of young people and adults in a busy learning
- have excellent organisational skills and be reliable, efficient, flexible and
- have strong literacy, numeracy and ICT skills
- have excellent inter-personal skills and can use initiative when necessary
- have relevant experience of successfully supporting the learning of young
- want to make a real contribution to the life of this School
- be educated to at least Level 3 (A Level/NVQ 3 or equivalent) qualifications or
must have a good working knowledge of the whole suite of Microsoft Office
software and be comfortable using Word and Excel extensively. We use SIMS as
our main management information software and whilst familiarity with this piece
of software is not essential the successful candidate must be able to learn
quickly as they will use this central source of management information on a
committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and
young people and expect all staff to show this commitment. The successful
candidate will be required to complete Disclosure and Barring Service
declarations in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997. All applicants
are required to read the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy incorporating
Self-Harm and Online Safety.