Role: Lunchtime Supervisor
Salary: Grade 2 point 2 – £9.18 per hour
Start date: As soon as possible
Hours of work: 11.25 per week, Monday to Friday 11:30 – 13:45
with additional work at the SC available
Heyford Park Free School has a vacancy for a lunchtime supervisor. This is a key role in implementing and supporting daily routines, maintaining the safety of the children, and ensuring the site is kept clean and tidy during the lunchtime period.
The successful candidate will:
Deal confidently with children of both primary and secondary ages, and communicate professionally with other staff at all times.
Be friendly and approachable.
Be able to show discretion and respect confidentiality with regard to student data.
Show a positive approach and enjoy working with children and young people.
Take pride in their work and in the school.
Closing Date: Friday 20th September 2019
Interviews will be held on: Week commencing 23rd September 2019
Applications must be made using the Heyford Park Free School Application Form which should be submitted along with an Equal Opportunities Statement to firstname.lastname@example.org All forms can be found on our website under ‘Vacancies’.
To discuss this role further please contact Miss Lorraine Dumbill on 01869 232203 or email email@example.com
Heyford Park Free School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment.Read more
Are you passionate about your subject? Do you want to teach A level? Do you want to teach in a small community school that knows each one of its children and their families? Do you want to be involved in shaping a new school and sixth form? If the answers to these questions are “yes”, then you are the person we are looking for to join our school. We are recruiting a full time teacher of English.
Most important is your attitude and approach. You will be:
- able to motivate students and inspire a love for English literature and language
- keen to use new technologies and develop a vision for learning in the 21st Century
- committed to securing outstanding outcomes for all students in your care
- willing to play an active part in enrichment activities
We are looking to recruit an Extended Services Assistant to join our small friendly team.
We are looking to appoint an individual who can support us in delivering a caring and nurturing environment for all children. We see children as individuals, and care for them accordingly: this might involve playing games, doing crafts, activities outside, reading or watching films. We have a relaxed atmosphere as well as adopting the same behaviour and conduct expectations in line with the rest of school.
Heyford Park Free School is located at the heart of Heyford Park in Oxfordshire – the site of a former RAF and US Air Force base – and reflects the strong community spirit we have here at Heyford Park.
It is our aim to know every one of our students well, providing an environment that not only allows them to achieve what they are truly capable of, but also equips them with excellent academic qualifications and a ‘can do’ attitude. We want our students to be able to create the right pathway for themselves while making a meaningful contribution to their communities.
Our all-through Free School opened in September 2013 and we have experienced rapid growth. Our fantastic heritage site has been fully refurbished and provides a unique learning environment.
- Grade 4 Point 4, £18,426 p.a, pro rata accordingly – £9.55 per hour.
- Hours: After School Club 15.00-18.00 Mon to Thurs and 14.00-18.00 on Friday
- We will consider job share applications
- Flexibility to work additional hours (Both in Afterschool Club and Breakfast Club)
- Role to start ASAP for the start of term.
- We advise applying promptly as we reserve the right to close and interview early if sufficient suitable applications have been received.
Heyford Park Free School are seeking to appoint a new team of committed and understanding invigilators to assist with internal mock exams and the GCSE summer examination period.
No previous experience required, training will be provided for both new and experienced invigilators.
If you are looking for an interesting and challenging role in the school environment and can work flexible days/hours throughout the year and able to commit to the 6 weeks of summer exams, then we would love to hear from you!
Heyford Park Free School is a two-form entry school for both primary and secondary students. Opening in September 2013, it draws students from Upper Heyford, local villages and from Bicester. There are lots of new houses being built locally and our numbers will grow with the new development: from September, we anticipate having around 230 primary school children and 300 secondary students.
We aim to know every one of our students well as individuals, providing an environment that allows them to achieve what they are truly capable of by promoting both academic progress and a ‘can do’ attitude. This is a fantastic opportunity to join Heyford Park Free School as we grow and develop. We are passionate about children’s learning, development and welfare, and look to help all to achieve to the full.
- Part time – Term Time Only – Casual depending on Examination requirements (approximately 10 weeks during the academic year)
- Hourly Salary (Inc. Holiday Pay): £9.58 per hour
We are offering a part-time volunteer role as a Language Assistant teaching Spanish to students in years 7-11 in a small group, 1:1 or supporting the Head of Spanish in class.
Why work as a volunteer?
- You may be currently studying and need work as a CV builder
- Perhaps you are looking for full time employment but a lack of work experience is hindering your chances
We are offering the opportunity to do flexible volunteer work teaching students your native language.
The language assistant can share contemporary knowledge of the language and culture and provides opportunities for students to increase their fluency and confidence in the target language. They provide assistance with both written and spoken forms of the language and promote an understanding of the language and culture across the broader school community.Read more