St Bede's Catholic Primary School, Ridge Terrace, Bedlington, Northumberland, NE22 6EQ
After School Assistant
THIS IS A CATEGORY "E" POST.
Please note that in all cases written references will be taken up and made available to interviewers BEFORE the final selection stage; even if you indicate otherwise
Part time - term time
£18,516 pro rota, actual salary £6,294 per annum
St Bede's (Bedlington) Catholic Primary School is part of the Bishop Bewick Catholic Education Trust and you will not be an employee of Newcastle City Council.
St Bede's Catholic Primary School
*This post attracts a Living Wage supplement. In addition to the hourly rate, this post will receive the Living Wage supplement to bring the hourly rate up to a minimum of £9.90 an hour.*
15 hours per week (3pm - 6pm), Term Time only
Fixed Term to 31st August 2023
St Bede’s Catholic Primary School is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our After School Club. The school is part of Bishop Bewick CET, we are committed to providing the highest quality support for teaching and learning for pupils.
The successful candidates will need to demonstrate their commitment to working as part of the school’s successful team, the aim of which is to ensure that all children receive outstanding and inspirational educational experiences, which help them fulfil their potential. The successful candidate will actively endorse and deliver the vision of our school. St Bede’s is a community of faith, love and respect, inspiring us to achieve. This will help you facilitate all children to be successful learners and confident individuals.
Candidates must be able to:
? To assist in the supervision and welfare of children who attend the After School Club in accordance with the school’s policies and procedures.
? Assist with the organisation, maintenance, setting out and clearing away of resources to create a purposeful and attractive learning environment.
? Assist with any administrative tasks such as attendance registers, collection of fees etc.
? Undertake activities with pupils that promote the development of intellectual, moral, spiritual and social skills.
? Respond to the practical needs of children where there is an identified special educational need.
? Provide general care and welfare by responding appropriately to the social, emotional and physical needs of pupils.
? Assist in maintaining a healthy, safe and secure environment and act in accordance with all of the school’s policies and procedures.
? The candidate will have responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons they are responsible for, or comes into contact with.
In return, we offer:
? A supportive Headteacher and Governing Body
? Happy, enthusiastic children
? High parental engagement
? An inclusive and supportive working environment
Closing Date: Midday on Friday 23rd September 2022
23 September 2022