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If you are a talented, dynamic and enthusiastic teacher with a passion to inspire and help children learn, then we would like to hear from you!


We are currently looking for a highly motivated teacher to join our school. This post would ideally suit a teacher with experience and skills in KS2 or an NQT with KS2 experience during placements.


Our school is set in a beautiful West Oxfordshire Cotswold Market Town close to the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire borders and was recently rated “Good” by OFSTED with an “Outstanding” rating in “Behaviour and Safety” and for our “Early Years Unit”.

The successful candidate would be supported by a dedicated team and a KS2 Leader.


Pay Scale:  TMS1 to UPS3 (£22,244 to £37,871)


Please complete the attached application form and return it to the school email address:



We are looking for a breakfst Club/Drop off Club Supervisor to start as soon as possible to join our team at St Mary's.


The hours are:

Monday to Friday (Term Time only) 8.00am to 8.35am.


Pay Scale:

Grade 4 (£8.19 per hour).


If you are interested in applying, please complete the application form attached and return it to the school email address (see below) by 12 noon on Wednesday 11 October 2017.  The interviews will be held within 2 weeks of the closing date.


Please assume your application has been unsuccessful if you do not hear from us

Vacancy for a Breakfast Club/Drop Off Club Supervisor Documents

Vacancy in school for a Lunchtime Supervisor


We are looking for a Lunchtime Supervisor to start as soon as possible to join our team at St Mary’s C of E Primary School in Chipping Norton.


The hours are:

  • Mon - Fri (12.00noon – 1.00pm)
  • Term Time Only


Pay Scale:

  • Grade 1 (£15,014 Pro rata)
  • £7.78 per hour


The role of the lunchtime supervisor is to supervise the children, supporting them in eating appropriately, ensuring drinks are provided and helping with the social skills of sharing lunchtime with peers.


In the hall this will also include clearing up spillages, wiping tables and helping children to clear their own trays.


Outside on the playground and the field, the Lunchtime Supervisor will actively encourage children to play games, ensuring the playground rules are followed and will administer first aid when required (dependent on training).


The successful candidate will be able to oversee behaviour and deal with situations in a way that reflects the behaviour policy of the school.


Lunch will end after the children have been accompanied back to class and a brief handover has been given to the class teacher if it is needed.


Candidates will need to undertake a full Debarring Service check (DBS) to ensure suitability to work with children and two references will be required, one of which must be an employer’s reference. A full history of employment must be given in the application form and candidates should use the space provided to detail relevant skills for the job.


Please complete the application form and return it to the school email:


The closing date for completed application forms will be 12noon Wednesday 11 October 2017 and interviews will be held within two weeks of this date.  Please assume that your application has not been successful if you do not hear from us.