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Midday Supervisor

Salary £10.60p/h

Appointment: Fixed Term for one year initially or to end if the child leaves sooner

Required to start as soon as possible Monday to Friday: 11.45am - 13:20pm, 38 weeks (Term time only) per year.  A job share would be considered.

Freeman Community Primary School is a successful, happy, caring community of 206 children in the village of Stowupland, near Stowmarket.

We are looking for a kind and caring individual with a positive outlook to join our midday supervisor team. Duties will include helping children as they eat their lunch, tidying away, leading play activities on the playground and attending to any first aid incidents.  Supporting individual children with SEN will also be part of the role. Experience of working in a school environment would be an advantage although not essential as training will be provided.

You will:

  • be patient, kind and caring
  • be flexible and enthusiastic in your approach to the child/ren's and school's needs
  • have high expectations of children's behaviour and achievements
  • demonstrate a high regard for safeguarding procedures
  • demonstrate initiative and the ability to communicate well with staff, pupils and parents.

We can offer:

  • a welcoming, friendly and supportive staff team dedicated to raising standards
  • happy children who are eager to learn and make the most of their time in our school
  • well behaved children
  • a school that strives for every child to reach their true potential
  • supportive staff and governors
  • opportunities to grow and develop as a professional
  • a beautiful setting!

For further details about the position you may contact the school and speak to Mrs Gerry or Mrs Lewis on 01449 612067, Freeman CP School, Church Road, Stowupland, Suffolk, IP14 4BQ; email: admin@freeman.suffolk.sch.uk.  

Interviews will be held as and when suitable candidates are shortlisted.

Please return the completed application form to the school by email, post or hand deliver to reception.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share

this commitment.

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