We currently have vacancies within the trust at Normanby Primary School & Riverdale Primary School.
Normanby Primary School – Lunchtime Supervisor
Grade/Salary: Grade B SCP 2 (approx. £2828 pro rata)
Hours: 5.5 hours per week – TT0 – 1.05 hours per day (12.00pm – 1.05pm)
Job Reference LSA/AUT23
Required for as soon as possible.
The Trustees of Ironstone Academy Trust wish to appoint a Lunchtime Supervisor to join our dedicated staff.
The successful applicant will join a team of lunchtime supervisors. Responsibilities to include supervising children in the dining hall, helping with packed lunches and playground duty. The post holder will be flexible, have good communication skills and relate well to children. A basic knowledge of health and safety is essential.
Please note that applications must be made on the recommended forms (along with the two associated forms) which are available to download below; we would welcome these to be delivered with a handwritten or personalised covering letter to the address at the bottom of this advert. Application packs can be downloaded directly from the Trust’s website, www.ironstoneacademytrust.org.uk. Alternatively you can telephone for one to be posted out or call into Normanby Primary School to collect one.
The successful applicant will have:
Good interpersonal skills
Good organisational skills
Clear understanding of safeguarding and awareness of Keeping Children Safe in Education guidance and other relevant procedures and systems including the Local Safeguarding Board arrangements
Ironstone Academy Trust actively encourages the professional development of its staff and is a happy and caring place to work. A job description is attached to this advert. Application packs can be downloaded directly from the Trust’s website. Alternatively you can telephone for one to be sent out or call into Normanby Primary to collect one.
Closing Date – ongoing
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
Mrs K Pentney
Normanby Primary School of Ironstone Academy Trust
NJC Scale 5-6 £21575-£21968 (Pro rata to the hours and weeks worked)
(Actual £17280 – £17595)
Contract – Permanent
34 hours Monday – Friday. Term Time plus 5 PD Days
Riverdale Primary School – (197 on roll)
Due to the promotion of our existing administrator, Riverdale Primary is seeking to appoint a highly motivated, enthusiastic and reliable Level 3 administrator to join our busy and friendly office team.
As school administrator your day to day responsibilities will include but not be limited to
· Being the first point of call for communication with parents
· Monitor attendance and liaise with our trust attendance office
· Organise school trips
· Create and send letters to parents
· Answering phones and taking messages
· Administering first aid and medicines to pupils
The successful candidate will
· Be a reliable and trustworthy person with excellent time-management skills
· Be self- motivated and an industrious person
· Show attention to detail
· Someone with experience of currently or previously working in a school environment
· Have excellent ICT skills
· Have superb ‘customer care’ and excellent communication
· Be an effective team player.
· Be able to multi task
· Be outgoing and have a friendly personality
If this is you we would love to hear from you.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and an enhanced DBS disclosure will be sought, along with other relevant employment checks.
Visits are encouraged and welcomed to the school
Please call 01642 471298 if you would like to book a visit. Visits are strictly by appointment only.
The Ironstone Academy Trust is a Trust based in The Northeast of England; our family of 6 primary schools, including a Specially resourced provision supporting pupils Speech and Language development, promotes the dignity, self-esteem and development of every one of our pupils and staff.
The ironstone that was mined from beneath our schools went to produce the steel that powered an industrial revolution and transformed the world; our belief is that with the right support our children will do the same, to the benefit of generations to come.
Our schools offer a supportive network of colleagues who work together to deliver high-quality education, with a curriculum that meets requirements of our young people and gives them every opportunity to succeed in adult life.
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Our schools provide modern facilities and a safe and secure environment that reflects and supports family values, where standards of behaviour are excellent and parental engagement and collaboration is central to our success.
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