Davies Lane Primary School is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Midday Assistant to work within our main site or nursery provision. The successful candidate will be willing to contribute the effective provision of support for our pupils during lunchtime.
It is essential that you have a flexible approach and a high degree of motivation to the fully committed to working in our environment. The cadidate will be reporting to the headteacher and the Deputy Headteacher.
It is essential that you have a flexible approach, a high degree of motivation and be fully committed to working in a school environment. You will be required to show initiative and promote a positive image of the site through your work.
For an application pack and further details, please contact the school on 020 8539 2466. Further information about the school can be found at: Web links: www.arboracademytrust.co.uk
Please note only emailed applications will be accepted by the deadline.
All completed applications should be returned to the school at the following address:
Davies Lane Primary School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.
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