Vacancies

Break & Lunchtime Supervisor
HOURS: Part time, 17.5 hrs
Teaching Assistant
HOURS: 33.75hrs

Break & Lunchtime Supervisor

HOURS: Part time, 17.5 hrs DEADLINE 05 Mar 24

Salary: NJC Scale 3, points 4-6
£26,634 - £27,438 FTE (actual starting salary £11,136)

Closing Date: Tuesday 5th March, 9am
Interviews upon application

 

This is a new opportunity at Glebe for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to join our team.  We are committed to creating a positive food culture for our pupils and for them to take their meals in a safe and supported environment. 

The successful candidate will work from 10.15am to 1.45pm each day, supervising toast for pupils at morning break and  ensuring an enjoyable lunchtime experience. Time will be spent between our busy canteen during the lunch period and working with the wider team to streamline the administration of school lunches and other varied duties.

Support staff have a 39-week term time only contract with hours worked over 38 weeks to allow for a two- week autumn half term.

We want our workforce to reflect our diverse student community and we welcome all applications regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation or disability.

 

Our lunchtime supervisor will have:

  • A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
  • Pupil focus as a priority and the ability to forge positive relationships with pupils, parents, carers and colleagues
  • Good communication skills
  • An optimistic, enthusiastic and motivated approach
  • A warm, yet professional manner towards colleagues, pupils & visitors at all times
  • A commitment to contributing to the positive ethos and strategic direction of the school

 In return, we can offer you:

  • Students who enjoy school and thrive on their broad curriculum and a wide range of activities;
  • A stable and committed staff team determined to give our students the best possible opportunities;
  • A well-being day every year
  • Appropriate training and continuing professional development
  • A supportive SLT; positive professional relationships
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Programme

 

Glebe is an outstanding secondary special school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and complex needs, including autistic spectrum disorders.  We are proud of our school and students and would be delighted to show you around. Please email on recruitment@glebe.bromley.sch.uk us to arrange this. 

 

The Specialist Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure from the DBS and satisfactory pre-employment checks will be required for this post. CVs will not be accepted. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.

 

Teaching Assistant

HOURS: 33.75hrs DEADLINE 11 Mar 24

Required for Spring 2024

Salary: NJC Scale 3, points 4-6
£26,634 - £27,438 FTE (actual starting salary £21,477)

Closing Date: Monday 11th March, 9am
Interviews will take place upon application  

 

Glebe School is looking for a Teaching Assistant to enhance our committed and supportive team. Glebe is an outstanding secondary special school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and complex needs, including autistic spectrum disorders.

We believe in investing in our staff and have a comprehensive and ongoing CPD programme, offering opportunities for advancement. We have recently been awarded the Gold standard by ‘Investors in People.’

We want our workforce to reflect our diverse student community and we welcome all applications regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation or disability.

Our dedicated team of teaching assistants work 33.75 hours per week (including a paid lunch break). Support Staff have a 39-week term time only contract, with hours worked over 38 weeks to allow for a two- week autumn half term.

 

Our Teaching Assistants have:

  • A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
  • A passion for education and commitment to working alongside the teachers to provide a high quality learning environment
  • Pupil focus as a priority and ability to forge positive relationships with pupils and colleagues
  • Good literacy and numeracy skills
  • An optimistic, enthusiastic and motivated approach
  • A warm, yet professional manner towards colleagues, pupils & visitors at all times
  • A commitment to contributing to the positive ethos and strategic direction of the school

In return, we can offer you:

  • Students who enjoy school and thrive on their broad curriculum and a wide range of activities
  • A stable and committed staff team determined to give our students the best possible opportunities
  • A well-being day every year
  • Appropriate training and continuing professional development
  • A supportive SLT; positive professional relationships
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Programme 

 

The Specialist Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure from the DBS and satisfactory pre-employment checks will be required for this post. CVs will not be accepted. This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.