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  • Job start date

    2 September 2024

  • Closing date

    26 June 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    7 June 2024

Job details

Job role

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Working pattern

Full time: Shift Pattern: Term-Time: Monday to Friday - 3 late shifts 10.45am to 6.15pm - 2 early shifts 7.30am to 3pm School holidays: To work a proportion of our holiday club which runs Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm 9 weeks of the year.

Contract type

Maternity or parental leave cover - 1 Year

Full-time equivalent salary

£26,873 - £29,777

Pay scale

Grade 5

What skills and experience we're looking for

The Role

We are seeking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic Extended School Coordinator to support the management of our before and after school clubs and coordinate our lunchtime sessions.

All applications must be made online via this link: https://m20lt.face-ed.co.uk/vacancies

Main Purpose of the Job:

To oversee all lunchtime staff, across all areas, ensuring that jobs, activities and sessions are planned and organised effectively.

Planning, preparing and delivering a suitable programme of imaginative and innovative activities suitable to the needs and interests of children age 3 - 11 years old. Support the management of our extended school team.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

Lunchtime

  • To establish supportive and effective relationships with our lunchtime and catering team.
  • To oversee all lunchtime staff, across all areas, ensuring that jobs, activities and sessions are planned and organised effectively.
  • To manage lunchtime timetables alongside the SBM.
  • Liaise with class teachers, leaders and SLT to ensure all staff are aware of any individual pupil needs.
  • To ensure that all pupils welfare and food needs are met through each lunchtime.
  • To ensure all lunchtime staff are effectively engaging with our pupils and supporting their development during lunchtime.
  • To take rapid action to provide support when difficulties become apparent.
  • To follow the schools procedures for child protection, safeguarding, health and safety as well as confidentiality.
  • A need to make concise, accurate and purposeful actions and judgements as issues arise through the lunchtimes.
  • To develop an understanding of the specific needs of the children to be worked with.
  • To meet with all supply staff at the start of any lunchtime session giving full direction of our expectations.

After School Club

  • Planning and preparation of fun and nutritious snacks for children.
  • Purchasing toys and equipment as necessary within agreed budget and keeping appropriate financial records.
  • First point of contact for handling and resolving complaints from parents.
  • Producing written or verbal termly reports.
  • Ensuring the safe collection and transportation of children between the classes and the club.
  • Managing and leading the after school club staff.
  • Ensuring delivery of creative play opportunities in a safe and caring environment.
  • Assisting in the administration of the club, keeping relevant records and ensuring that the agreed club procedures are implemented.
  • Communicating and liaising with parents and school staff.
  • Implementing an induction programme with any new staff.
  • Ensuring that areas are cleared at the end of sessions. Adhering to legalresponsibilities and duties under the 1989 Children Act, Care Standards Act 2000 and the Health and Safety Act, to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves, staff, children and members of the public who use the club.

Other areas of responsibility

  • The post holder will be required to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people, and follow school policies and the staff code of conduct.

Where the post holder is disabled, every effort will be made to supply all necessary aids, adaptations or equipment to allow them to carry out all the duties of the job. If, however, a certain task proves to be unachievable, job redesign will be fully considered.

What the school offers its staff

  • A whole school community committed to our Rights Respecting vision and values, and where excellence is continually strived for.
  • Keen and well-behaved children who are inspired to learn in exciting and creative ways.
  • A challenging and stimulating place to work with an exciting opportunity to make a difference in a growing school.
  • A commitment to continuing professional development and high expectations in all areas.


Commitment to safeguarding

Beaver Road Primary School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children that we work with. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and vetting checks. The post holder will be required to complete an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) Check with appropriate barred list checks, or the equivalent, and must be eligible to work in the UK.

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About Beaver Road Primary School

School type
Academy, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
970 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11
Email address
vacancies@brps.net

Beaver Road is a large, multi-cultural primary school situated in the heart of Didsbury Village. In September 2018, we began our expansion from three forms of entry to five forms of entry across two school sites. The school currently has over 1000 children from 3 to 11 years of age. This will expand further over the next 2 years to 1150 children. Children from Nursery to Year 3 are based at Beaver Road First School site (M20 6SX), while children in Year 4 to Year 6 are based at our new purpose built Junior School site on Wilmslow Road (M20 2RN).

Ofsted graded the School ‘outstanding’ in October 2011 and we continue to maintain these high standards for our children and families. Beaver Road is part of the M20 Learning Trust and Liz Hardy is the Executive Headteacher (CEO) of both the Trust and School. Together with an exceptional team of talented and inspiring staff, we are committed to excellence, collaboration and respect for the whole school community.

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