About this Role
Contract: Part Time, Permanent
Hours: 11.67 hours per week/ 38 weeks per year (term time only) Monday - Friday 11:30pm-1:50pm
Salary: Pathway 1 Point 2-3, £5,860.38 - £5,957.59 (FTE £22,366 - £22,737)
Site: Gladstone Primary Academy
Closing date: 14th February 2024
Please note the trust may decide to withdraw the advert before the closing date or interview suitable candidates prior to the advert closing.
Are you passionate about working with children?
Are you looking for a flexible position to fit around your needs?
We have a fantastic opportunity to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join Gladstone Primary Academy. You will be responsible for supervising pupils during lunchtime, maintaining expected standards of behaviour, and setting up and clearing away the lunchroom.
The successful candidate will be reliable, punctual and flexible. It is essential that you have experience of working with children and you will ideally be First Aid trained.
Thomas Deacon Education Trust (TDET) is a charitable organisation dedicated to raising educational outcomes across a range of primary and secondary phase schools and academies in the East Midlands. As a multi-academy trust we strive to provide outstanding teaching and learning for all and an ethos and culture that encourages everyone to be the very best that they can be.
Our moral purpose is defined through our commitment to see every member of the learning community achieve their full potential. As a Trust, however, we recognise the importance and individuality of the local context of each of our schools and encourage diversity of practice whilst retaining a collective sense of unity in our purpose.
Our core values of Trust; Diversity; Excellence and Transformation underpin all aspects of student and staff life in our academies and gives us a platform to offer innovative and efficient business services.
We put learners, and their learning, at the heart of everything we do.
The Trust offers:
Fantastic training in a friendly supportive environment.
Local Government pension scheme.
An engaging, creative and welcoming environment for learners who take pride in their school.
An inclusive and collaborative approach.
A talented, highly motivated, committed and professional team of colleagues, both within the school and across the trust.
An actively supportive Local Governing Body and Trust leadership.
TDET are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The Trust will require the successful candidate to provide satisfactory references and undertake an Enhanced Check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.
If you have any questions regarding this post please contact the HR Team on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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