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Midday Supervisor Assistant

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Developing Lively, Inquiring and Creative Minds!

Midday Supervisory Assistant/Lunchtime Play Worker
Grade: Band 3, spinal point 7 - 9

Actual Salary Range: £1,838.20 - £1,867.18
5 hours per week. Term time only across 5 days

Start time 12.15pm and finish time 1.15pm


Fixed term contract until 31st August 2020

Required as soon as possible 

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and caring Midday Supervisor/Lunchtime Play Worker to join our staff team. We are looking for someone who:

 

  • Enjoys working with children
  • Has a calm, caring and consistent manner at all times
  • Promotes inclusion and acceptance
  • Responds appropriately to pupils’ individual needs
  • Is able to supervise and support pupils to ensure their safety
  • Is committed to the success and well-being of all children
  • Is flexible and able to work as part of a team
  • Has an interest in sporting/play activities
  • Has the ability to follow clear policies and procedures

The post will be on a fixed term basis until 31.08.20 in the first instance.

 

School Vision:

Our vision is to create a happy, secure and stimulating environment which enables pupils to develop lively, inquiring and creative minds and allows each child to achieve their full potential. We believe that both adults and children should learn new things each day and that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone. In order to achieve this, our whole school community works together to prepare children to live in a constantly changing and culturally diverse world. We deliver a broad and balanced curriculum within a caring family atmosphere. We are aspirational for our pupils and aim to give them enjoyable experiences that will foster a lifelong love of learning.

 

School aims for each child

  • To enable children to become confident, resourceful, inquiring and independent learners with lively and inquiring minds.
  • To involve children in the initial planning of their learning journey.
  • To foster children's self-esteem, and help them to build positive relationships with other people.
  • To develop children's self-respect, self-confidence and resilience, encourage them to understand the ideas, attitudes and values of others, and teach them to respect other people's feelings.
  • To ensure that children have a clear understanding of their rights and responsibilities.
  • To show respect for a diverse range of cultures and, in so doing, to promote positive attitudes towards other people;
  • To enable children to understand their community, and help them feel valued as part of it.
  • To provide broad and varied extra-curricular opportunities for all children
  • To help children grow into reliable, independent and positive citizens.
  • To enable children to understand how they have a responsibility as custodians of the planet.
  • To foster a love of learning; encouraging our children to be lifelong learners.
  • To encourage children to choose healthy life-styles.
  • To enable children to make choices that keep themselves, and others, safe.



Tracey Scrafton, School Business Manager is available to discuss the post and visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact the school office to arrange a time on 01405 860736.
An application pack and form can be obtained from admin@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk and should also be returned to this address.

All appointments are subject to safeguarding checks including DBS clearance and references.


Closing date: 9am Monday 4th March 2019

Interviews: Wednesday 13th March 2019

Pastoral Support Worker

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Pastoral Support Worker

Grade: Band 4, spinal point 9 - 13

Actual Salary Range: £4,251.08 - £4,412.45
11 hours per week. Term time only across 5 days
Actual hours to be discussed at interview. Approximately 1.15pm – 3.30pm. There is a potential for additional hours as school continues to grow.

Fixed term contract until 31st August 2019

Required as soon as possible

We are looking for a Pastoral Support Worker to be part of an exciting opportunity to develop our pupil’s emotional resilience and mental wellbeing through additional pastoral support. The post will be on a fixed term basis until 31.08.19 in the first instance.

School Vision:
Our vision is to create a happy, secure and stimulating environment which enables pupils to develop lively, inquiring and creative minds and allows each child to achieve their full potential. We believe that both adults and children should learn new things each day and that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone. In order to achieve this, our whole school community works together to prepare children to live in a constantly changing and culturally diverse world. We deliver a broad and balanced curriculum within a caring family atmosphere. We are aspirational for our pupils and aim to give them enjoyable experiences that will foster a lifelong love of learning.

School aims for each child
•    To enable children to become confident, resourceful, inquiring and independent learners with lively and inquiring minds.
•    To involve children in the initial planning of their learning journey.
•    To foster children's self-esteem, and help them to build positive relationships with other people.
•    To develop children's self-respect, self-confidence and resilience, encourage them to understand the ideas, attitudes and values of others, and teach them to respect other people's feelings.
•    To ensure that children have a clear understanding of their rights and responsibilities.
•    To show respect for a diverse range of cultures and, in so doing, to promote positive attitudes towards other people;
•    To enable children to understand their community, and help them feel valued as part of it.
•    To provide broad and varied extra-curricular opportunities for all children
•    To help children grow into reliable, independent and positive citizens.
•    To enable children to understand how they have a responsibility as custodians of the planet.
•    To foster a love of learning; encouraging our children to be lifelong learners.
•    To encourage children to choose healthy life-styles.
•    To enable children to make choices that keep themselves, and others, safe.

 


We are looking for someone who:
•    Is kind, caring and is child centred
•    is committed and enthusiastic
•    has high expectations of yourself and others


In return we can offer you:
•    a committed, passionate and forward thinking SLT
•    collaborative, positive and strong staff team
•    a school committed to your professional learning/development
•    a vibrant and creative place to work
•    a school at the heart of its community
•    an opportunity to be part of a team dedicated to developing pastoral support across school
Tracey Scrafton, School Business Manager is available to discuss the post and visits to the school are actively encouraged. Please contact the school office to arrange a time on 01405 860736.
An application pack and form can be obtained from admin@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk and should also be returned to this address.
All appointments are subject to safeguarding checks including DBS clearance and references.


Closing date: 9am on Monday 4th March 2019

Interviews: Monday 11th March 2019

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