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Chigwell School seeks to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Junior School Homework Club Supervisor. The Homework Club is open to the Junior School children from 3pm to 6pm Monday to Friday during term time. This is a part time position required from the 4th November 2019 for a period of 6 weeks.
The Homework Club Supervisor will be responsible for ensuring the safety, general welfare and proper conduct of children during this period, providing refreshments, and engaging them in a range of activities after homework is complete.You will have previous experience of working with this age group, be friendly, patient and reliable. A childcare qualification is preferable but not essential.
We are located in the picturesque village of Chigwell just 10 miles from central London and on the Central Line. Close to the edge of Epping Forest, we enjoy over 100 acres of beautiful grounds.
Applicants should complete the support staff application form below and sent to the HR department: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit the school website www.chigwell-school.org (Vacancies) for further details. Alternatively, please contact the HR department by telephone: 020 8501 6177
Closing date: 18th October 2019
Applications will be considered as they are received so early applications are encouraged.
Chigwell School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and DBS.
Information about the School
Chigwell School is a leading independent foundation offering a first class education to boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18.
We offer children a balanced education in a stable, traditional environment, but one nonetheless focused on the future. Renowned for our high academic standards, we set equal store by our wide range of extra-curricular activities, our well-developed sense of pastoral care, and the spiritual dimension to our life. Chigwell School is, above all, a community in which children can grow, for we seek to develop the whole person, so that ultimately he or she can enter the fast changing world of the 21st century with confidence and make a really positive contribution.
We work closely with parents and believe strongly in a partnership between school and home. When Chigwellians finally leave school, most have achieved academic results of which they can feel very proud and which enable them to thrive at university. Beyond that point, we want them to be eminently employable, able to work in teams, to get things done, to be resourceful, able to communicate, adaptable and always able to learn more.
We hope that the Chigwell pupils of today will make good citizens in the future, secure and confident in their own beliefs, and tolerant of others.