Lunchtime Play Worker (Extended Provision)

Grade 1

1hr per day (11.15am – 12:15pm)
Flexible basis – 3 Days (Term time only)

Required from: ASAP

“a shining example”

Due to increasing numbers of children attending our Early Years provision we need an additional member of staff to work alongside our existing team of two on an adhoc temporary basis over the lunchtime period until July 2020. If you love having fun with children and enjoy being active, this could be just the kind of job you’re looking for.  We are looking for someone who will supervise 3 year old lunches and facilitate play for the children in our early years setting.

This role will include:

  • Supervising children eating
  • Tidying play areas, restocking materials and equipment
  • Encouraging fair, safe and caring behaviour among the children
  • Encouraging independence and self-esteem
  • Talking to children about their concerns or worries
  • Dealing with minor injuries and emergencies
  • Liaising with other staff, parents and carers

Holy Family Catholic Primary School is committed to safe working practices and safeguarding children and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Applicants will be required to complete pre-employment checks on suitability for working in a school. We also promote equal opportunities and will make reasonable adjustments to a job or workplace to counteract any disadvantage a disabled person may face. An enhanced DBS check is required for this position and all qualifications will be verified. 

Applicants must complete a Catholic Education Service (CES) application form. These are available from the School Business Manager ( Please note that we DO NOT accept CVs.

Please return your application form via email to our Business Manager

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