We are looking for Playleaders to assist in the supervision of children during the lunch break, as required to ensure the safety, general welfare and behaviour management of children in the playground, or other areas of the school as required by the Headteacher. The hours of work will be between 11.45am and 1.15pm.
Why work with us:
Goddard Park, is a growing Primary Academy which been rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The School/Daycare centre has a superb reputation.
This is an inner-area School/Daycare centre serving the 11th poorest ward in the South West, where the community has significant economic and social challenges. As an innovative School/Daycare centre we are constantly seeking to enable our children to be the very best they can be.
We are seeking applicants who wish to develop their career and work with friendly, professional and supportive colleagues who bring out the best in each other. These is an exciting opportunity, all applicants will be well supported through in house training and professional development opportunities.
As one of the first Primary Academies in the country, Goddard Park has developed its own core curriculum. We work in partnership with a geographic cluster group including a secondary and five primary schools. We are also working with individual schools on projects nationally and internationally.
The successful applicant will be :
• Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of relevant polices/codes of practice/legislation
• Professionally and emotionally intelligent
• Able to work as a team and develop excellent relationships with children and staff
Goddard Park Community Primary School always has the care of children as its first priority, and our recruitment procedures include the gathering of information about candidates and their suitability to work with young people. Disclosure and Barring clearances and references will be obtained prior to appointment.
Please note we do not accept CV's.
Goddard Park always has the welfare of children as its first priority, and our recruitment procedures include the gathering of information about candidates and their suitability to work with young people. All appointments will be subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check, and proof of the Right to Work in the UK (this will be required at the time of interview).