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Lunchtime Supervisor - Albert Pritchard Infants and Wood Green Junior Federated Schools

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Albert Pritchard Infants, Crew Road, Wednesbury, WS10 9QG Wood Green Junior School, Hobs Road,…
Band B SCP 3 to 4, £22,737 to £23,114 pro rata, £2,682 to £2,727 per annum (£11.79 to £11.98 per hour)
Closing date
29 Nov 2023

Job Details

The Governors at Albert Pritchard Infants and Wood Green Junior Federated Schools wish to appoint enthusiastic Lunchtime Supervisory Assistants to join a very successful, hardworking team.

The post is required for 5 hours per week between the hours of 11.45 to 1.30pm

Required as soon as possible after safeguarding clearances obtained.

You will be responsible for the safety and welfare of the pupils during lunchtime, both inside and outside in the playground. In bad weather the children are supervised in classrooms and have a variety of indoor games.

You will need good interpersonal skills and must be trustworthy, reliable, punctual and enthusiastic about working with children.


Albert Pritchard Infant and Wood Green Junior Federated Schools.

Closing Date:

Closing date Wednesday 29th November 2023 at noon


Required from January 2024 after safeguarding clearances obtained. Pre-employment checks will be carried out in line with KCSIE

Please e-mail for an application form and supporting documents. Applications to be handed in at Albert Pritchard Infant School only.

Interviews: Interviews will take place week commencing Monday 4th December 2023


5 hours per week, term time only


Band B SCP 3 to 4, £22,737 to £23,114 pro rata, £2,682 to £2,727 per annum (£11.79 to £11.98 per hour)


Albert Pritchard Infants, Crew Road, Wednesbury, WS10 9QG

Wood Green Junior School, Hobs Road, Wednesbury, WS10 9BW

Closing Date:

Wednesday 29th November 2023 at noon

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Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
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