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After School Club Play Worker     15hrs per week – Monday - Friday, 3pm - 6pm

Grade 4, SCP 12

Foundry Lane runs a very popular and vibrant after school club. This runs Monday Friday from 3.10pm 5.45pm.  We are looking for a new play worker to join our team at the earliest opportunity.  Further details can be found in the job description and person specification.  Visits to the school are welcomed by interested applicants.

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Lunchtime Supervisor – 5.4hrs per week – Monday to Friday

Grade 3, SCP 10   

We are looking for some energetic, enthusiastic and committed Midday Supervisors to join our team.  The hours are 11.50 1.05pm, Monday to Friday.  Further details can be found in the job description and person specification.  Visits to the school are welcomed by interested applicants.  

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Learning Support Assistant – Monday to Friday, 8.45am - 12pm

Grade 6, SCP 20

We are seeking to recruit a dedicated, pro-active and experienced Learning Support Assistant to work across Years 2 and 3. This post is for 16.25 hours per week spread across 5 mornings.  We anticipate this post starting the week commencing Monday 4th June but there is some flexibility around this. 

 

Applications for all posts are to be submitted by Wednesday 16th May with interviews being held the week commencing 21st May.

CVs will not be accepted, all applications should be made using the Southampton City Council application form.

 

Application forms available from the school office or the school website, completed forms to be returned to Kathryn Lugg, Business Manager, k.lugg@foundrylaneprimary.co.uk

 

Foundry Lane Primary School is committed to the safeguarding of children ensuring the well being of the child is paramount. For pupils to feel that they are able to do their best and achieve their true potential, it is important that they feel safe and supported in the school environment. Everyone working within our school, whatever their role is expected to share this commitment.  In relation to safeguarding, Foundry Lane Primary School aims to ‘prevent’, ‘protect’ and ‘support’ all of its pupils.