Thank you for your interest in working at Calday Grange Grammar School. Our current vacancies are listed below.
Support staff vacancies
Required as soon as possible
Grade: Band B (Pt2) £9.44 per hour + defined benefit pension scheme,
Hours of work: 5.833 hours per week (12.50 pm to 2.00 pm each day)
Contract type: Term time only
Contract term: Permanent post (subject to completion of a satisfactory probationary period)
We are seeking to appoint a caring, highly motivated and enthusiastic Lunchtime Supervisor to work as part of a team supervising our students during their lunchtimes to ensure their safety and welfare.
The successful candidate should be able to:
- communicate well with children and adults;
- demonstrate a calm and understanding approach to children’s behaviour;
- use their own initiative, and seek support from others when needed.
Previous experience is desirable but not essential, however we would expect you have an understanding of our student’s needs and to be committed to providing a good role model through appropriate attitudes and personal qualities.
Closing date for applications: Friday 20th September 2019
Interviews will be held: To be confirmed
Applying for support staff positions
If you are interested in applying for any of the above positions, please complete a support staff application form which is available below. Completed application forms should be returned to the school address for the attention of Mrs Helen White, or electronically via email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL ONLY CONSIDER APPLICATIONS COMPLETED ON A SCHOOL APPLICATION FORM.
Application Forms for Support staff vacancies
Candidates should note that the school does not reimburse any expenses for attending interviews.
Teaching staff vacancies
School Direct Vacancies
There are currently no School Direct vacancies.
For more information about School Direct at Calday, please click on the link on the right of this page.
Calday Grange Grammar School is in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University and The Heath Teaching School and is seeking to appoint highly motivated, innovative and enthusiastic future teachers who would like to begin an exciting career in teaching in a prestigious and very successful grammar school.
Support and professional development
We have a bespoke program of training and development which will involve observation of lessons, collaborative teaching, solo teaching and pastoral responsibility working with a form group which will give you a full exposure to the full age and ability range within the school.
As a trainee, you will be assigned a subject mentor and a senior professional coordinating mentor and have regular training sessions covering the requirements and standards needed to become a professional teacher. In addition, there will be external training in Liverpool John Moores University on the theory of teaching.
From September you will be teaching a bespoke timetable approved by your subject mentor having attended a school induction session where you will learn about the ethos andf organisation of the school
Our programme aims to prepare you to:
- Become an effective secondary school teacher
- Become knowledgeable subject specialists who can take on later responsibilities in curriculum development
- Become good classroom practitioner
- Become successful form tutors and collaborative colleagues.
How to Apply
Candidates are welcome to email the school office (firstname.lastname@example.org) if they wish to come and observe some lessons for a day prior to applying.
The formal application process is via the UCAS Teacher Training portal here.
Recruitment and Selection Statement
Calday Grange Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
All applicants for vacancies must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers and an enhanced criminal record check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Equal Opportunities Statement
Calday Grange Grammar School is an equal opportunities employer and its policies, including the need to guard against false assumptions based on an applicant’s sex, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, disability, religion, age, marital status, working pattern, sexual orientation or gender reassignment, are followed at all stages of the selection procedure.
The Governors and staff of Calday Grange Grammar School take their duties under the Equality Act 2010 (incorporating the previous Disability Discrimination Act) very seriously. They will ensure that all reasonable adjustments are made to ensure that disabled people are treated fairly and not placed at any substantial disadvantage. The school is committed to interview all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for the post and to consider them on their abilities.
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