- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Part time
27.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year
- Contract type
- Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £22,995 - £24,258
- Actual salary
- £14,991 - £15,814
The Cover Supervisor role provides cover for teaching staff where immediate, short term or
unplanned cover is required when teaching staff are absent.
The role is to manage individuals, groups or whole classes either on their own or in the
presence of teaching staff and/or Learning Facilitators. They will cover/supervise classes
without the presence of a teacher where there is any planned or unplanned absence by
teachers within the school.
The Cover Supervisor will not be responsible for any lesson planning, preparation of materials
or resources. They are not responsible for evaluation or assessment of lessons or students.
The Cover Supervisor will primarily be responsible for the maintenance of good order and
focused activity. This requires behaviour management and interpersonal skills.
This role may suit a graduate who is thinking about training as a teacher, although this is not a
requirement of the role. There may be some opportunities for individual or small group
tutoring for the right candidate.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 662 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About The Royal Liberty School
Secondary School for boys.
Ofsted rating: Good.
Our school has a unique character centered around the positive and respectful relationships between all stakeholders. If you were to ask a parent why they chose Royal Liberty School for their son, they would tell you we succeed in combining academic excellence with a range of opportunities beyond the classroom and provide excellent pastoral care. Our recent Ofsted inspection report states ‘Pupils are well behaved, respectful and courteous’ and ‘parents value the sense of community, which is palpable throughout the school’.
Our students are amazing and we provide many opportunities for them to represent us; for example, our Science and MFL Ambassadors who tour local primary schools and teach younger students and our Elite Sport Programme students who run the borough primary Tri-Group Tournament.
We are committed to improving outcomes for all students and have a focus on high quality teaching and learning to ensure the best possible progress. Our Partnership with Redden Court School & Sanders Draper School has afforded us fantastic opportunities to collaborate and share best practice. As a school we continuously strive for improvement and this is reflected in our improving results in all areas. This was recognised in our recent inspection “Teachers’ strong subject knowledge is also used well when correcting pupils’ misunderstandings”.
We use every opportunity to develop staff at all levels, we have a comprehensive CPD Programme and support staff at all levels to develop and experience opportunities to progress their careers. We were immensely proud that two of our teachers achieved national recognition through Pearsons Silver Teaching Awards in 2020.
Staff well-being is very important to us and we buy into SAS Health and Well-Being Services which offers a range of services for all staff in the school.
Visitors to our school are always impressed by the calm, purposeful and friendly atmosphere. Please come and visit us to see for yourself and meet some of our amazing students and staff. Please also look at our website to see some of the fantastic work we do.
Arranging a visit to The Royal Liberty School
We welcome visits from all applicants to the school. To arrange a visit please contact Ms Carmen Jones the Head's PA on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01708 730141 ext219