Lunchtime Care Assistant
Role: Lunchtime Care Assistant
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Pattern: 7 hours 45 minutes - Term Time Only (38 Weeks)
Advert Start Date: Tuesday 19th November 2019
Required from: As soon as possible
Salary: NJC Point 1 £17,364 - Pro-rata £2,995.13 per annum
The Trustees of Ryhope Infant School Academy wish to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Lunchtime Care Assistant to join our friendly and caring school.
- Have knowledge of the importance of nurturing and the impact it has on the outcomes for children
- Assist teaching staff with monitoring pupils during lunchtime to ensure the well-being and safety of pupils, in line with the school’s policies and procedures
- Work as a team member under the direction of the Lunchtime Supervisor to support children’s individual needs as part of our inclusive school
- Assist in the supervision of lunchtime activities both indoors and outside
- Take part in regular team meetings
Completed application forms should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, CV applications will not be accepted.
Closing date for applications: Monday 16th December 2019 @ 12 noon
Shortlisting: Commencing 17th December 2019
Interviews: To be scheduled
Role: Trustee (Governor)
Term of Office: 4 Years – Voluntary (Unpaid)
Working Pattern: Attendance to Trustee Meetings as required
Advert Start Date: 10th June 2019
Required from: As soon as possible
Salary: Voluntary (Unpaid)
We are looking for an exceptional individual to join our Board of Trustees (Governing Body) providing a strategic lead and critical friendship to the academy to ensure that there is a consistently high provision of quality education. In line with the OFSTED inspection criteria we strive to deliver the three core functions of a governing body:
- Setting vision, ethos and strategic direction, engaging stakeholders, and ensuring statutory duties are met.
- Holding our Head Teacher and the senior leadership to account for teaching, achievement, behaviour and safety; challenging and strengthening leadership; contributing to school evaluation and assuring that the values of the Governing Body are observed throughout the school from Nursery to Year 2.
- Ensuring financial solvency and probity with effective management of financial resources, including the Pupil Premium, to raise standards.
The full governing body must meet at least three times per academic year and sub committees meet more frequently. There is an expectation that governors will undertake monitoring visits into academy to find out more about us throughout the year. Governors work closely with the Head Teacher and make decisions collectively as a team. Our aim is to ensure that every child who leaves us in year two does so after a rich and enjoyable educational experience and with a keenness for lifelong learning.
Our Governing Body is comprised of a mixture of parents, staff and individuals from within the community whose principal purpose is to ensure that every child in our care makes the best possible progress they can. You do not have to be an expert on education to be a member of the Governing Body, and we value the contribution that all members bring to the role. A key consideration in the appointment and election of all new governors are the skills and experience the Governing Board needs to be effective. All governors are expected to adhere to a governance Code of Conduct.
If you would like to be considered for one of our Trustee vacancies, please contact us to discuss this further.
Closing date for applications: Open
Ryhope Infant School Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to be fully committed to our safeguarding policies and procedures, in accordance with Sunderland Local Safeguarding Board Procedures.
Pre-employment checks and references will be sought and the successful candidate will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.