Staff Vacancies

Wraparound care support assistants required for September 2022

Starting: September 2022

Salary: NJC Grades 5 – 10 (current equivalent FTE salary range £22,575 - £24,684 p.a.)

Hours: 16.25 hours per week

Contract: Fixed Term to 31/08/2023

The wraparound care provision at St John's provides childcare to children before and after school hours. We rely on our experienced team of assistants to support and look after the children in our care. The team encourage the children to enjoy their 'downtime' where, although still on the school site, the club is not school!

What St. John’s can offer you:

  • A passion and commitment to support you in living life in all its fullness; striking the balance between work and home life

  • A close-knit staff team who are willing to muck in and support one another

  • A school culture which is committed to growth – both the personal growth of individuals and the growth of our practice as a school

  • Children who are polite and well-mannered, who are proud of their school and who regularly receive glowing comments from those they encounter on trips and sporting events

  • Great location, close to the river, Bushy Park, and Teddington and Kingston towns

What we are looking for in the next member of the team:

  • Someone committed to the Christian ethos of our school, where Christian values underpin our every decision and interaction

  • Someone committed to nurturing and inspiring every child to live life in all its fullness, both now and in the future

  • Someone who is committed to growing in their practice; willing to try new things and learn with us as we explore how we can better enable every child to flourish

  • Someone who wants the best for everyone, and has the passion and commitment to work with the staff team to realise this vision in our school community

How to apply

Please email the School Business Manager at to express your interest. Miss Morris will then share the application form details with you.

St John the Baptist CE Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Nothing we do is more important than ensuring the safety of our children. Appointments are made using safer recruitment processes, any gaps in employment will be discussed at interview, and Enhanced DBS checks are required. References will be requested prior to interview.