Ton Yr Ywen Primary School
Maes Y Coed Road,
Midday Supervisor x2
Post Ref No: ED50258424 and ED50052967
Grade 2 Spinal Points 2 - 3 (£18,198 - £18,562 PRO RATA)
5 hours per week (Mon - Fri 12:00 - 13:00)
Term Time Permanent (38 weeks per year)
The Head Teacher and Governing Body of Ton Yr Ywen Primary School invite applications from enthusiastic, energetic and professional individuals to join our friendly team as a lunchtime supervisor in the Key Stage 2 department.
We are looking for a dedicated, flexible and friendly person to supervise and support our Key Stage 2 pupils at lunchtimes. We have 2 roles available.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions children currently eat their lunch in their classes. Midday supervisors are assigned to a specific year group which they stay with throughout lunchtime.
This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Safeguarding and Child Protection are key priorities for the Council. We aim to support children and vulnerable adults to ensure they are as safe as they can possibly be. Our services and schools are committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults, and will take action to safeguard their well-being, and acknowledge that children and vulnerable adults have a right to protection. This is supported in the general ethos of the Council and all schools.
Please download or print off the application form by selecting the “Apply Now” button.
Due to our current interim working arrangements, we are unable to provide recruitment packs through the post.
Applications must be returned directly to the school for the attention of Mr David Griffiths by the closing date below.
Closing Date: Wednesday 4th November 2020 (Noon)
Interview Date: Tuesday 10th November 2020
As an equal opportunities employer, we value diversity. Therefore, although not a requirement for application, we welcome and encourage applications from underrepresented individuals including those:
• aged under 25;
• not in employment, education or training;
• from our local communities including in particular disabled individuals, carers and those from the Cardiff BAME and LGBT+ communities;
• ability to communicate fluently in Welsh.