Extended Schools Playworker - Multiple Positions Available

Salary  NJC grade 1c/3 (£11.40 - £12.24 per hour)
Contract Part time & permanent. Term time plus 3 training days per year

Hours

 6.25 hours per week Breakfast Club

 Up to 15 hours After School Club

Times

7.30am - 8.45am Breakfast Club/ After School Club 15:00 - 18:00 Monday - Friday 

Site 

There are multiple positions available across all LEO sites particularly Cheam 

Common (infants and juniors) and Brookfield

Start Date As soon as possible, depending on candidate availability

 

LEO Academy Trust are  looking for caring and enthusiastic staff who will be able to work as part of a team to create a fun, safe and inclusive environment for our wrap around care provision.  You will help with running the day to day sessions which will include a range of engaging activities. There are a number of positions available - please let us know in your application which role(s) you are interested in (breakfast or after school club), and the days you wish to work. 

 

You will need to use your initiative to work on your own, but also enjoy working as part of a team. You will contribute to the well-being and safeguarding of all the children and staff. 

 

 

We can offer you a range of benefits, which can be found on our website here

 

We reserve the right to withdraw this advert before the closing date on appointment of suitable candidates.

 

Informal conversations are welcomed; please contact the Trust’s HR Team via recruitment@leoacademytrust.co.uk.  

We can offer you a range of benefits, which can be found on our website here

 

Candidates are encouraged to submit their application forms as soon as possible. We reserve the right to withdraw this advert before the closing dates on appointment of a suitable candidate.

 

Closing date for applications Ongoing
Shortlisting As applications are received 
Interviews will be held As applications are received

   

About Us

At LEO Academy Trust, we are proud to serve over 3800 pupils from across Sutton and Surrey. Our Trust was formed in 2015. Since then, we have developed a self-improving network of great learning communities formed from seven primary schools, supported by both our Inclusion & Wellbeing Hub and our Opportunity Hub. We are proud to provide endless opportunities for our pupils, staff and the local communities we are part of. With over 500 staff, our schools are empowered to support each other to improve both outcomes for our pupils, and to drive performance across the wider school system. We are delighted that our schools remain long standing members of the Challenge Partners Network of Excellence. Our commitment to Professional Development is ongoing; staff, governors and Trustees access training through our LEO CDP website, Judicium’s online learning portal and a wide ranging programme of courses delivered in our LEO Training Room and online via GoogleMeet. Learning, Excellence and Opportunity are at the heart of our Trust, embedded through our shared mission, values and aims.

 

LEO Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

 

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020. All employees of the Trust are deemed to be in regulated activity with children and as such, all offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS check amongst other checks as appropriate.

 

All shortlisted, external candidates will be required to complete a declaration regarding offences and have references requested (unless agreed otherwise), prior to the interview. 

 

LEO Academy Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all staff and job applicants. We aim to create a supportive and inclusive working environment in which all individuals are able to make best use of their skills. Applications are invited from all members of the community. We do not discriminate against staff on the basis of age; race; sex; disability; sexual orientation; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; religion, faith or belief (Equality Act 2010 protected characteristics). The principles of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity also apply to the way in which staff and Trust treat visitors, volunteers, contractors and former staff members. 

 

Employees working in any role that requires them to communicate with pupils, parents, guardians, staff and / or members of the community, must be able to speak and write fluent English to enable the effective performance of the role and to ensure that they are able to abide by their safeguarding responsibilities.