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St Margaret's CEVA Primary School

Transforming lives by living and learning together in God's love

Work for Us

Current Vacancies are listed below

Midday Supervisor/Play Leader

 

  • £9.25 per hour
  • Monday - Friday, 38 weeks per year.
  • 7 hours 55 mins per week, 11:40am -1.15pm.

St Margaret's Church of England Primary School are looking to recruit to our excellent team of Midday Supervisors a Play Leader to organise, encourage and lead outdoor play during lunchbreaks, and a Midday Supervisor to help our children to play safely and successfully during lunchtimes. You will be working both inside and outside the school building and you will need to be able to work effectively as part of a team, enjoy working with children and reflect our school values.

At St Margaret's Church of England Primary School everyone is committed to help children develop their character and academic potential to become individuals ready to contribute and succeed in the world they live in. St Margaret's Church of England Primary School is built on strong Christian values and relationships across the school are highly regarded.

We can offer:

  • polite, enthusiastic children who are eager to learn
  • a compassionate and welcoming school community who are driven to achieve the best for each individual
  • a supportive and forward thinking leadership team
  • a positive and vibrant ethos
  • a school of 420 children and 70 staff, where diversity is welcomed and difference respected.

St Margaret's Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and successful candidates will be subject to enhanced checks.

Interested candidates are welcome to find out more information by calling the school office (01473 251613) or emailing admin@stmargaretsipswich.org

Application packs are available to download from the related information section.

Completed applications should be returned via email to admin@stmargaretsipswich.org

Interview Dates: 14, 15 ,16 July 2021

This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity.

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