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After School Club Assistant
Band: 2 point 6-10 salary £20,567 - £22,079
Actual salary: £5,015-£5,384
Hours: 10.5 hours per week (3-6pm Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, 3-4.30pm Friday)
Term time only 44.8 weeks per year
Abbots Hall Primary Academy is looking to appoint an enthusiastic, team player with a great sense of humour.
We are looking for someone who has:
· Been educated to at least GCSE level in English and Maths and if possible hold additional qualifications/experience with working with children
· Must have a basic understanding of Food Hygiene, or a willingness to obtain a Food Hygiene certificate
· A patient and positive attitude, along with a good sense of humour.
The successful candidate will be required to:
· Support the daily supervision of the After School Club, developing and maintaining high standards throughout to ensure the welfare of the
children at all times
· Ensure children have access to appropriate activities to support their physical, emotional, social and intellectual development
· Assist with ensuring an efficient and professional light dinner service is provided
· Maintain the After School Club to an agreed standard of cleanliness and hygiene, before, during and at the end of each session, in accordance
with all Health and Safety matters in the After School Club
· Communicate effectively with parents/carers and colleagues
· Supervise the safe escorting of children to ensure their wellbeing at all times, which can include walking to other local schools to collect children
for the club
· Assist with ensuring all record keeping ie. Attendance records, money collection is accurate and stored safely
· Undertake training as required and develop, train and monitor the After School Club Team
· Keep up-to-date with changes in education relevant to your role
· Work in collaboration with other colleagues.
Contact the school office to get an application pack.
The Governing Board of Abbots Hall Primary Academy is committed to:
· Safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety, and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of children and young people;
· Promoting equality of opportunity and community cohesion where the diversity of different backgrounds and circumstances is appreciated and
· Promoting the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with
different faiths and beliefs and expects all staff, volunteers and other workers to share this commitment.
Information about the School
Abbots Hall is a welcoming, friendly and inclusive primary academy, where we nurture and celebrate the achievements of all of our children. In April 2016, we were judged good by Ofsted and now we are looking to move towards outstanding.