Thank you for your interest in working at The Crossley Heath School. We are a highly successful academy with a warm and nurturing ethos for staff and students alike. We know that our staff are our best asset and strive to ensure that new staff settle quickly into the ‘Crossley Heath family’. We offer many opportunities for staff to develop personally and professionally and for involvement in the wider life of our vibrant and supportive school community. Our current vacancies are listed below:
Mid-day Supervisors Required, Part-time (6 hrs 15 mins) term-time only.
Monday – Friday 12.00pm – 1.15pm
Salary: Scale 1b Pt 2 £3,370 (actual per annum)
To start as soon as possible
We require lunchtime supervisors to join our team to enhance the supervision of our students over the lunchtime period. The role will involve supervising students within the school building, on the school grounds and on the Moor, as required on a rota, to ensure their well-being and safety.
We are a very friendly, down to earth school with a diverse student population. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
All completed applications should be returned to Mrs Gaynor Fisher, HR/Events Co-ordinator (email@example.com)
We are always looking to recruit flexible secondary supply teachers for general and subject specialist cover to provisionally teach on a day to day and short term basis. Whether you are a ECT / NQT or an experienced teacher looking for supply teaching work, short or possible long term contracts, please get in touch.
The essentials we require are:
- UK teaching qualification (QTS or QTLS)
- Recent UK school experience across KS3/ KS4
- Enhanced DBS certificate registered on the Update Service (or be willing to apply for a new one)
- Professional reference checks
- Legal right to work in the UK
If you would like to find out more, please call Jonathan Lees on 01422 360272 for an informal discussion or complete an application form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The DofE Education Staff Wellbeing Charter is a declaration of support for, and set of commitments to, the wellbeing and mental health of everyone working in education. The Crossley Heath School has signed up to the Charter and will use it to:
- show staff that we take their wellbeing seriously
- open a conversation with staff about their wellbeing and mental health
- create a staff wellbeing strategy
- create a wellbeing-focused culture
We are committed to safeguarding children in all aspects of recruitment and selection. The appointment will be subject to pre-employment checks, including an enhanced DBS check.
We believe our staff are the school’s greatest asset. We have signed up to the Education Staff Wellbeing Charter with the aim of supporting the wellbeing and mental health of all staff.