Required from September 2020
5 days a week (30 hours x 39 weeks per year) term-time only
We are looking for an enthusiastic and confident graduate (any degree suitable) with the ability to relate to and motivate our students when covering for absent teachers. This person will be responsible for supervising/supporting students in classrooms across the curriculum.
The very varied role involves providing cover and supervision in class and registration, ensuring that the work provided for the students is delivered and completed as per the teacher’s lesson plan and provide appropriate feedback to the teacher / subject leader on the lessons covered. No two days will be the same and you will have the opportunity to experience the wide range of learning that takes place daily in the school.
This role is the perfect stepping stone for someone who is considering teaching and wants experience being in a supportive and friendly school, a great gap year job or a new role for anyone who would just like to make a real difference to the lives of young people. It is a great opportunity to play a crucial role in the day to day life of the school within the classroom and to gain exposure to the school environment.
No previous experience is required as training will be provided. However, previous experience working with children would be advantageous. The Winston Churchill School is made up of many enthusiastic, innovative and very knowledgeable teachers who will be able to provide guidance and support to this role.
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. An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.
About The Winston Churchill School
The Winston Churchill School founded in 1967 Winston combines excellent academic results within a caring, friendly and vibrant community. Students are rightly proud of their school, which provides a broad and balanced curriculum promoting independence, intellectual curiosity and a love of learning.
Students start at Winston as children and leave as confident young men and women, who have become caring and socially responsible members of our community.
Our school creates a purposeful environment in which students are offered an exciting range of rich learning opportunities. Through a blend of traditional values and preparation for life in 21st century, Winston students gain the confidence, qualifications and skills they will need to flourish in the future.