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We are looking to appoint friendly, approachable Invigilators to supervise pupils during exams. This post is offered on a casual as and when contract paying £12.70 per hour. Exams run during November, February, March, May and June and hours will vary depending on timetable.
Some of the duties include
· To ensure pupils are compliant with examination rules and regulations
· Help in the collection of exam scripts
· To give a written report to the Examination Officer in the event of any discrepancy or irregularity in the progress of an examination.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share in this commitment. We welcome visits to the school from potential applicants.
For further details on this post visit our website www.woodlandsschool.org or an application form and job description are available from the HR Department by phone on extension 162 or email at HR@woodlandsschool.essex.sch.uk
Information about the School
Aspiration, Resilience, Opportunity, Excellence, is our ethos. These four pillars underpin all we do and drive us forward as one inclusive learning community.
We have the privilege to be able to teach and learn, as an 11-16 Academy, in a £26 million building. Woodlands School is proud to serve the people of Basildon and we are constantly striving to be better. We are focused on ensuring academic excellence for all our youngsters, allowing them the opportunity to thrive at further and higher education.
We encourage all of our youngsters to have the highest of aspirations and look to equip them with all the tools they need to become even more resilient. We offer the widest opportunities to ensure excellence becomes a habit.
Our expectation is that all at Woodlands School work hard and are self-motivated. All are to lead their own learning, be polite and respectful. Our boundaries are clear and they support all in ensuring they can maintain the highest standards.
We will provide a wealth of opportunities to learn in and beyond the classroom. Adding cultural capital and ensuring experiences develop the whole child.