Plymstock School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS clearance, which will include, if appropriate, a letter of good conduct from any country in which an applicant has worked or lived in within the last 5 years; plus prudent checks of references and employment history. The interview will include questions about safeguarding children.
Why work at Plymstock School?
Our school provides the opportunity for the right staff to be part of a vibrant, inclusive and ambitious community. We place an emphasis on establishing and maintaining the highest standards and expectations in achieving excellence through our curriculum and culture.
We encourage a collaborative approach, with a focus on professional development with the aim of ensuring that every child in every classroom, on every corridor has a consistent experience and is able to access high quality teaching and learning.
We have a centralised behaviour support system, which focuses on disruption free classrooms to enable teachers to teach and children to learn. We hold the ambition for every child to achieve well in all of their subjects. Our staff develop positive and trusting relationships which is a strength within our school community.
We welcome applications from individuals who are able to demonstrate the following characteristics:
- Commitment – to working with children and young people in the belief that they can improve their life chances.
- Passionate – about children and young people
- Resilience – is willing to go above and beyond for children and young people.
- Team Player – positively contributes to co-construction solutions and helps others to be better.
- Adaptable – embraces change and pursues opportunities to continuously improve the quality of education for all.
If you are able to demonstrate these characteristics and want to join a team that is focused, committed and passionate in making a difference, we look forward to receiving your application.
EXAM INVIGILATORS required
£11.79 per hour, plus 12.07% holiday pay on a casual hours basis
Duties will include assisting the Exams Team in ensuring examinations are carried out to the correct guidelines. The role may include reading and/or scribing for students where required.
Hours of work are by negotiation. The ability to work at least three days during the busy exam periods is welcomed.
Please email Chloe Van Schalkwyk, Exams Manager – email@example.com for more information.