St John’s Catholic Primary School has Jesus and his teachings at its heart, enabling our faith to deepen in a community where minds are challenged and thoughts are grown; where children are loved and valued as individuals, and where the talents of all are nurtured and celebrated within a safe, happy and caring environment.
WELFARE ASSISTANT VACANCY
The Governors of St John's Catholic Primary School are seeking to appoint a Welfare Assistant to assist in the care and general welfare of pupils across the age range of 4-11 years during the lunchtime period.
- Supervise children during meal times and in the playground
Desirable Qualifications: First Aid qualification
Desirable Experience: Working with children, Safeguarding
For an informal discussion please contact: Mrs Gillian Hodgson, Headteacher on 01253 883690
The CES Application Form and Job Description can be downloaded from the school's website or collected from school.
Please return completed forms to school by Friday 12/2/16
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