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We are seeking to appoint an After School Club Supervisor to join our friendly, enthusiastic and hardworking team at High Beech C of E Primary School. The role will involve the day to day running of our After School club including providing healthy snacks and a safe and stimulating environment including play based activities for a couple of hours after school ends.
We would like to hear from you if you have previous experience of working with children and you are:
Calm, reliable, flexible and resilient
Enthusiastic and organised with excellent communication skills and good sense of initiative
Fun loving, caring, responsible, compassionate, committed and creative
Willing to take on various tasks as required
Able to establish productive supportive relationships with pupils, parents and staff
Experienced in developing play activities for primary children
Experienced in positive and effective behaviour management
Happy with a positive outlook on life and able to see the best in children
The post will be from 3.15pm to 5.45pm, Monday to Friday, term time only at Scale 5 point 8(£12.30 per hour). This post will be fixed term initially until July 2024 but can be extended subject to continued demand for club places.We can offer you a friendly, supportive working environment and a commitment to continuing professional development. If you feel you have the right experience and skills and would like to join us, please completean application pack via Essex Schools jobs. We are unable to accept CVs.
The closing date for applications is noon on Monday 27th November with interviews to be held on Friday 1st December.
High Beech School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and young people and expects all staff to share this
commitment. A DBS check is a requirement for successful applicants.
Please make note of our vacency for a breakfast club supervisor as well because you may be interested in doing both roles. If this is the case, you only need to complete on eapplication but please make a note that you wish to be considered for both roles.
If you are a parent with children who attend High Beech Primary then successful candidates are welcome to use this provision for their own children free of change.
Information about the School
High Beech C of E Primary is a mixed, half form entry school set within the beautiful surroundings of Epping Forest. We provide an excellent curriculum for children between the ages of 4 to 11 years. Our small and friendly church school embeds the Christian values into everything we do. We all work together to promote our three core values of Respect, Thankfulness and Perseverance. We are passionate about developing a culture that enables our children to become lifelong learners and we trust that all things are possible for one who believes.
We are part of The Epping Forest Schools Partnership Trust, a Multi-Academy Trust of fifteen Primary and one Special School all based in the Epping Forest District. Along with our SCITT (School-Centred Initial Teacher Training), School Improvement Team, Well-being Service and Resourced Provisions based in three of our schools, we are a leading educational organisation in Epping Forest.
EFSPT was formed in 2018 from a consortium of schools that had worked together for over 20 years, and are committed to collaborative working to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children and school communities. The schools maintain their identities but work in a highly collaborative manner supported by a small but very experienced Central Team.
Our Mission is to provide an exceptional education that is inclusive and challenging for all and which provides wider opportunities for the children within the EFSPT to flourish.
EFSPT is committed to Trauma Perceptive Practice; the Essex approach to understanding behaviour and supporting emotional well-being. Being trauma-perceptive means that through our values, policies and practice, we are able to effectively support the children, families and communities in our Trust, creating spaces of belonging and safety that enable everyone to flourish, become resilient and learn.
We are an Equal Opportunities employer and we are committed to safeguarding our schools’ communities. The appointment will therefore be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks.