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CLEANER

Required to start as soon as possible

 

 Monday – Friday, 2 hours per day (3.30 p.m. - 5.30 p.m.) Term time only + 3 weeks

Salary: Slough School level 1 SCP 9 - £8.68/hour + Local Weighting

 

We are looking for a hard-working, reliable and motivated individual to undertake cleaning duties.  You will be required to carry out a range of cleaning tasks, including dusting, mopping, wiping surfaces and vacuuming, in order to provide a safe & hygienic learning environment.  The ideal candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and take pride in their work and the appearance of the school.

 

This is a permanent position.

 

Although this is a term-time only contract, a deep clean takes place during the main school holidays, when you will be expected to work an additional week each holiday.

 

Full training will be given.

 

 

For an application pack please contact Mrs. Linda Shoard, Business Manager on

01628 661886 ext. 229 or email sbm@olopprimary.co.uk

 

The school has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check

(formerly CRB)

 

Closing Date: 3rd May 2019

Interviews to be held: w/c 6th May 2019

Modern Foreign Languages Teacher (MFL Teacher) at KS2 level

Required on a part-time basis to start September 2019

Permanent

Job Salary: MPS 1 -6

Our Lady of Peace Catholic Primary & Nursery School offers an exciting opportunity to join our Primary school, with a supportive Senior Leadership team and a welcoming staff team.

The Headteacher and Governors are seeking to appoint a MFL Teacher, to teach French and/or Spanish across Key Stage 2 level, on a part-time basis.  The preferred hours would be 1pm – 3.30pm for 4 afternoons per week, but alternative hours will be considered.

The successful candidate will be a qualified teacher who is innovative and passionate about languages inspiring our children to do well.  They will be energetic, highly motivated and hard working with the drive to contribute to the development of the school’s wider curriculum.  

We offer:

• Well behaved and polite children who are willing to learn

• Welcoming, supportive, hardworking staff and senior leadership  

• Continuing professional development (CPD) and career development opportunities

• Well-being and Medical Insurance

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed; please phone for an appointment.  Only applications submitted on the School’s (CES) application form will be accepted and can be emailed.

Closing Date:  29th April 2019

Interview date: w/c 6th May 2019

Applications from all faiths welcome.  Applicants may be called to interview prior to the closing date

NQTs and experienced teachers are welcome to apply.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   Appointment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure and pre-employment checks.

Education Welfare/Inclusion Officer

About the role

Start Date September 2019

Full time position

Salary: MPS/UPS depending on experience.

Closing Date: 7th May 2019

Interviews week commencing: 13 May 2019

Visits to the school are welcomed; please contact the PA to the Headteacher, Mrs L. Woods on 01628-661886

Our Lady of Peace Primary and Nursery has a vacancy for an experienced and enthusiastic Education Welfare/Inclusion Officer. The Governing Body wish to appoint an individual who has experience of working as an Education Welfare/Inclusion officer or in a similar role, who has worked closely with schools and has a good understanding of the education system. This is a wonderful opportunity for career development. The Education Welfare/Inclusion Officer role is required to fulfil the statutory duties to ensure that all children within the compulsory school age receive appropriate education and to assist children and their families to resolve education, SEN, welfare, social, behavioural and mental health related issues.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Knowledge of a range of strategies which can be used to engage pupils in their learning and encourage and enhance self – esteem.
  • A secure knowledge of how to Keep Children Safe in Education.
  • To support pupils with maintaining the behaviour expectations of the school (in line with the school’s Behaviour Policy), keeping well documented records.
  • To oversee and support the SEND team
  • To work in partnership with all members of the school community sharing good practice and relevant strategies.
  • To respond appropriately when identifying pupil/family need.
  • Following referrals undertake an initial assessment and devise an appropriate action plan.
  • To provide relevant information to children and their families to enable them to make informed choices in accessing education suitable to age, aptitude and ability. Also help and support children and families with welfare, social, behaviour and mental health related issues.
  • Represent the views and interests of young children and their families.
  • To develop and maintain good working practice and procedures.

  • To be responsible for and manage the caseloads in relation to Safeguarding.

  • To provide Education Welfare Service/SEN support to all children aged 4- 11 who attend Our Lady of Peace School.
  • Ensure appropriate provision is put in place to support children and where necessary make referrals to outside agencies such as SEBDOS, Social Care and Early Help.
  • To organise and take responsibility for your own work making appropriate decisions whilst working under pressure seeking guidance where necessary.
  • To identify, develop and implement appropriate strategies for maintaining and improving school attendance alongside the Attendance Officer and reducing absence and disaffection with school.
  • To work with the Attendance Officer/parents/agencies to locate children who are missing from education and to ensure that information is shared between authorities to protect the child.
  • To make referrals within 24 hours of becoming aware of a Child Protection Concern to Social Care.
  • To provide reports and attend case conferences, CIN, PEP reviews, core groups and other meetings as required, ensuring the implementation of all Child Protection Procedures and Local Safeguarding Board Procedures.

Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes

  • The ability to communicate orally and in writing in connection with the preparation of reports, weekly plans and daily records; telephone/face-to-face interpersonal skills showing professionalism at all times.
  • The ability to work methodically, prioritising work in order to meet given deadlines.
  • The ability to make use of I.C.T. in the areas of responsibility – behaviour and CP log (CPOMS)
  • Interpret statistics and report to SLT in relation to safeguarding and SEN
  • Awareness of the needs of children, parents/guardians, schools and the community
  • Experience of being the lead professional, chairing CIN meetings and completing MARFS, Section 17, Section 47 and CP referrals.

Experience

  • Previous experience of working in a child-focused organisation.
  • A minimum of one year recent experience as an Education Welfare/Inclusion Officer
  • Previous experience of working as part of a SEN team.
  • Previous experience working in a multi-professional environment.
  • Proven ability to analyse data or procedures, writing reports to include both quantitative and qualitative data and making recommendations to improve working practices.
  • Experience and knowledge of the importance of Children’s Mental Health

Essential Criteria

  • A minimum of Level 3 Child Protection qualification/ training.

  • Access to a car to facilitate the job role

  • Be able to communicate articulately and have good written English skills.
  • Be able to prepare and maintain accurate records (i.e. report writing)
  • Work flexibly
  • Excellent time management
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Be able to work independently and use your initiative.
  • SENCO qualification or relevant experience.

Desirable criteria

  • A minimum of 6 months experience of working within a social welfare setting OR a minimum of 6 months experience of working within the Education Welfare setting.
  • First Aid Trained (or willing to take part in training)
  • Team teach trained (or willing to be trained).
  • Diploma in Social Work or higher (Degree/Masters)

 

Our Lady of Peace Catholic Primary and Nursery School has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant will be required to hold or undertake an enhanced DBS check (formerly CRB)

T. 01628 661886 E. post@olopprimary.co.uk