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Playworker (£9.10 per hour)

 

Hours of Work   27 ½ hours per week  -  0700 to 0900 and 1500 to 1830, Monday to Friday.

 

We are looking to recruit a Playworker to join our hugely popular breakfast, afterschool and holiday club. 

 

The successful applicant will:

  • Have experience of working with children aged 3 to 11 years
  • Be able to deliver high quality childcare
  • Provide positive play opportunities
  • Plan and deliver activities
  • Help with the preparation and serving of light meals and snacks
  • Be enthusiastic, friendly and show initiative
  • Be able to promote social skills in children
  • Have the ability to work as part of a team
  • Be committed to the success of the school

 

Desirable requirements:

  • NVQ level 3 in Play work or equivalent, or be willing to work towards such a qualification
  • A sound knowledge of child protection issues
  • Holder of a first aid certificate
  • BSL level 1 - 2
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We offer:

  • A friendly, welcoming school community with well-behaved and enthusiastic children
  • Excellent support and training opportunities
  • 25 days holiday per year, plus Bank Holidays
  • Permanent contract, 52 weeks

 

Warren is located within a community of private housing, with excellent rail and road links to London and the M25. Warren Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  This post is subject to Enhanced Disclosure procedures.

 

For an application pack please email mbarrett@warrenprimary.thurrock.sch.uk  or call 01375 482288.

 

Closing Date:  Noon, Friday 16th November 2018            

Interview Date:  Friday 23rd November 2018

 

 

 

Train to be a Teacher

http://www.teachthurrock.org.uk/

 

The Teach Thurrock Primary Partnership was formed by 14 schools in the Thurrock area in 2012. Acknowledging that working together on a shared vision of Initial Teacher Training would produce outstanding teachers of the future, the headteachers devised an innovative training programme, in collaboration with the DFE’s Schools Direct initiative.

 

The Partnership (validated by Institute of Education) is delivered by experienced lecturers at the university and by headteachers and outstanding teachers in the Partnership's purpose-built training room.

 

The training programme is supported by Dilkes Academy, which was awarded the prestigious status of National Teaching School in March 2013. This accreditation is given to outstanding schools, to provide a leading role in the training and professional development of teachers, support staff and headteachers. The Teaching School's Initial Teaching in Education programmes are delivered in partnership with the collaboration of primary schools and the IOE. In this capacity Dilkes Primary Teaching School manages the Initial Teacher Training Programme for Teach Thurrock. This unique research-based teaching approach ensures that our trainees are already working towards being outstanding teachers of the future.

 

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