A Good Secondary School based in East London is looking for an enthusiastic and passionate Cover Supervisor to join their team.
This Community school located in the borough of Barking & Dagenham, are looking to build a pool of local Cover Supervisors who would be available for short and long term cover. The school has the highest expectations and ambitions of every student. Through a large investment, the school has recently completed their rebuild and the facilities are fantastic.
This larger than average school are very supportive of their staff and are always trying to better their expertise. Having been graded Good in their last Ofsted, it was stated that “Leaders make sure that staff benefit from quality training to help them to contribute towards the school’s priorities. From their monitoring, leaders identify the personal training and development needs of members of staff, which they then fulfil.”
The school has great public transport links nearby with a railway station and tube station both only a 10-minute walk from the school.
This good school are currently looking to recruit a pool of local Cover Supervisors who is keen to gain experience within a school setting prior to completing a teaching qualification. Prior experience of working in this and/or a similar role would be beneficial due to the nature of responsibility. The role of Cover Supervisor would require you to manage and supervise groups of students in the internal exclusion unit ensuring that high-quality learning continues outside of the classroom. There will also be times where you would be required to cover classes in times of staff absence.
They are looking to build a pool of Cover Supervisors who are available who are available for short and long term cover.
• Experience of working with children within a school setting (Ideally secondary)
• Strong classroom presence and ability to manage behaviour as and when needed
• Ability to build a rapport with children, staff and parents
• Bachelor’s Degree/Equivalent (Please note this is desired but not essential).