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Midday Play Leader
LGS Scale 2: Point 2 - 3 (approx. £2,634 - £2,714 per annum)
5 Hours per Week (12:00pm to 1:00pm Monday to Friday)
Plus attendance at training days
St George's School seeks an engaging, positive and calm Play Leader to join our lunchtime team. Providing midday support for primary aged children, the successful applicant will offer high quality supervision and enagaing ideas for play and positive lunchtimes within a highly valued team.
Would you like to:
- Join a team committed to providing high quality care for young people
- Enable children to learn to play effectively
- Ensure excellent standards of behaviour
- Provide first aid
- Be a trusted person for young people to speak to
- Ensure a safe and secure play opportunity
- Establish a positive and calm atmosphere
- Be flexible and imaginative to ensure that the weather and other factors are not a barrier to high quality lunchtime, either when indoors or outdoors.
If so please apply via application form (providing a full personal statement explaining how you meet the criteria) available at www.stgeorgesschool.org and if you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
All appointments are subject to a checking process with the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Closing date: Monday 4th December 2023 at 12pm (noon).
Please note that this position requires active engagement with children outside in all weathers.
The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Information about the School
We are passionate about our school. Why? … you ask.
It’s simple really. St. George’s School is at the heart our community. Many of our children’s parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles were educated at St. George’s. The school has served four generations of the same families and we are very proud of our links with the community. St. George’s is a well-established school with a sense of pride, community spirit and values.
It is also a school which is proud to be pushing forward; trying to develop increasingly effective teaching and learning strategies that support all of our children … a truly inclusive place to be.
We are focused on improving many aspects of school life. We are developing excellent skills in assessment, are promoting a love of reading for all children, growing skilled writers and mathematicians, and supporting children effectively in both their learning and well-being. We aim to provide an engaging curriculum for all our young learners through interest, breadth and depth, and offer excellent facilities, including state-of-the-art ICT resourcing. Our curriculum drivers of Confidence, Aspiration, Resilience and Experience help prepare children to learn for life.
In recent years we have completed a new capital building programme which includes new classrooms, a new staff area, improved SEN areas and new libraries. Many of our classrooms are newly refurbished … lovely places to teach and learn! With capacity for 630 children, and our own nursery, we are one of the largest primary settings in the area, and provide a true team ethos in which to grow professionally.
However, we still have much to do and believe that by working in partnership to achieve a common purpose we can continue to provide a school that is at the cutting edge of educational practice.
So, as you can see, we really are passionate about our school and recognise that through enabling inspirational teaching, learning and leadership, we will set the school well on the way to improving further still.
The Headteacher and Governing Body