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AFTER SCHOOL CLUB MANAGER

  

5 DAYS PER WEEK – 20 HOURS, TERM TIME (39 weeks per year)

14:30 – 18:30 hrs

ASC Manager pay range ME6 (£22,995-£24,258 FTE)

 

Take home pay from £11,329 per annum, payable every month in arrears (before tax & NI)

 

We are a successful, happy and inclusive community primary school who wish to recruit an After-School Club Manager.

 

We are seeking a fun, dynamic, responsible, creative, enthusiastic and organised manager who will take overall responsibility for the running of our After-School Club, and be directly responsible for the day to day coordination of this club.

 

This role includes supporting the staff team, developing and maintaining strong relationships with school staff, being approachable to our parents and above all provide a safe, caring, stimulating and fun environment for the children.

 

The candidate must have:

 • At least a Level 3 qualification in Playwork/childcare (or equivalent)

• Experience of working with 4 – 11 year olds

• Experience of working in a supervisory and/ or management capacity

• Experience in administration

 

 The following would be desirable (however, training can be provided):

• Paediatric First Aid Certificate

• Designated Child Protection Certificate

• Food Hygiene Certificate 

 

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  This post is subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check.

 

We are happy to discuss flexible working opportunities. We particularly welcome applicants from under- represented groups including those based on ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

We reserve the right to withdraw this vacancy at any time ahead of the closing date if there is a good level of response. Therefore, we recommend you submit your application as early as possible.


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RECRUITMENT 

Do keep in touch.  Any questions about recruitment should be addressed to recruitment@wimbledonpark.merton.sch.uk

 

What's it like to work here?

Wimbledon Park Primary School is a great place to work. Supply teachers always ask us if we can re-book them, or if we have any jobs!  As a growing school, we have new employment opportunities arising regularly, although most of our recruiting takes place around Easter. 

Our Osfted report highlighted that "high quality training and innovative guidance from school leaders has supported staff in sharing great teaching practices, raising the quality of teaching across the school."

The comments from recent recruits below give you a small flavour of why our staff enjoy working here so much:

 

I have been working at Wimbledon Park for 4 years. Being part of such a great community is what makes Wimbledon Park so special. With such a caring group of teachers around, I have always felt supported throughout each stage of my career. Everyone is so willing to help each other out both personally and professionally and working with people like this makes coming to work easy and enjoyable. 

SOPHIE (Y6 teacher)

 

 

I have worked at WPPS for a number of years, in various roles, and this year I have started teacher training. I was keen to do my training at the school as I have seen first-hand the support from all members of staff and the positive ethos the school has.

KELLY (ITT)

 

 

 
Wimbledon Park Primary School is a calm and supportive learning environment.   As a result, all children, including those with additional needs, feel safe to express themselves and learn well.   That makes for happy children - which makes for happy teachers and support staff!  I have felt really welcomed and part of the community in the year and a bit I have been here.   I feel I am making a difference and that work is fun.​
ANDY (LEARNING SUPPORT Assistant)

 

 

 
I really appreciate how supportive and helpful everyone has been during my training year and now as an NQT at WPPS. Observing exceptional teachers here and attending professional development sessions has been invaluable at the start of my teaching career. There is a great sense of community and collaboration in striving to make the school the best place possible for children to learn.
HANNAH (NQT)

 

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