This job expired on 2 August 2021

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    2 August 2021 at 4:00pm

  • Date listed

    19 July 2021

Job details

Working pattern
Contract type
Point 16 £18,626.76 per annum

Job summary

 A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an ambitious School Welfare and Administration Assistant to work in our schools.  The School Welfare and Administration Assistant will be responsible to deliver the health and first-aid provision for the students and staff of the school in line with the First Aid Protocol. Prepare and maintain the paper and electronic health care records of all students in line with the First Aid Protocol.  Prepare generic, and where appropriate specific, risk assessments and care plans for situations and/or individuals. Ensure all injuries are appropriately reported undertaking a full trend analysis on a monthly basis, and all related equipment and supplies are suitably maintained at all times.  To ensure appropriate communication with the school staff and other health related agencies and work closely within the Safeguarding Team at the School, having direct liaison with the appropriate member of the Senior Leadership Team  In addition to your welfare duties you will assist the school Business Support Manager in the school office, Head of Operations and Community Support and SLT team, in delivering outstanding customer service alongside and efficient and effective front office environment.  Act as an advocate on all communication incoming and outgoing from the front office ensuring consistent and correct information is shared with our children, parents and carers, supporting school staff where appropriate to ensure this consistent approach is used collectively.  You will be the face of the Trust so will need a professional, polite, helpful and friendly manner both on the front desk and over the phone, dealing with a variety of enquiries including deliveries and visitors.  You will perform daily tasks as directed by the Business Support Manager so will need to work quickly and efficiently sometimes with conflicting deadlines.  Some out of normal hours working will be necessary for parent’s evenings and exam work. 

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School overview

School type
Free School, ages 3 to 11
Education phase
School size
370 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 11
Contact email

About Woodpecker Hall Primary Academy

 The Trust

North Star Community Trust (NSCT) is the Charitable Trust established in 2010 to run and manage four Primary and one Secondary Academies serving approximately 2500 children. Based in Enfield we are focused on driving up the quality of education provision and standards. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment and follow our safer recruitment practices.

Our goal is to provide outstanding education and life changing opportunities for all our children. We want to be recognised for academic excellence and having a reputation for giving pupils the critical skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in education, employment and life, you will therefore need a good understanding about your role within the Trust. 

School location

51 Nightingale Road, London, N9 8BF

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