Yeadon Westfield Infant School have a vacancy for a Supervisory Assistant required as soon as possible.
A1 Point 8 £8.62 per hour
7.50hrs – 11.45am to 1:15pm
Monday to Friday – Term Time Only
Yeadon Westfield Infant School is a thriving and successful school. Joining our existing team, you will be responsible for the active supervision of the children in the dining area, playground and school premises. Duties will include encouraging appropriate playtime activity.
You will need to be a reliable team player with a caring and supportive attitude and a commitment to caring for children.
Safeguarding: 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.
Please contact Mrs Middleton, School Business Manager for further information on 0113 2505449 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack.
Closing date: Thursday 13.12.18
Interviews to be held on Friday 21.12.18
Appointments made are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and a medical questionnaire.
They have won Best School in Leeds and Best School in Yorkshire to have changed their mode of travel to school at the Modeshift Stars Awards Ceremony. This is in recognition of their encouraging pupils to walk, scoot and cycle to school instead of coming in the car. They have now been entered for the National award, best school in England and are looking forward to attending the ceremony which takes place in April in London when they will visit the Houses of Parliament.
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