Support Staff – After School Arts Club

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Support Staff – After School Arts Club

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Southgate, London N14




£13-17 per hour

Closing date

Applications accepted on a rolling basis

Hours: 15:30-17:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Term time only. Commitment necessary of 1 minimum 1 fixed day a week, for at least a school term, ideally 1 academic year. 

NB: This is a freelance position; you are a contractor.

Main duties include:

• Supervising children while delivering activities

• Help deliver quality play opportunities within a safe and caring environment.

• Providing comprehensive care for the children including collecting them from school and delivering them safely to parents/carers at the end of the session.

• Providing refreshments and ensuring that hygiene, health and safety standards are met.

• Administering first aid when necessary.

• Setting up the play space including moving furniture and play equipment and returning it to the same as it was found at the end of the session.

• Providing support to children to engage and encourage participation.

• Developing and maintaining good communication with all members of the club and parents.

• Undertaking appropriate and relevant training.

• Monitoring and maintaining a healthy, safe and secure working environment.

• Working within the framework of the club’s policies and procedures, and the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Person Specification:


• Experience of working with 4 to 6 year olds

• Dedicated, enthusiastic and reliable

• Understanding the varied needs of children and families

• Ability to work on own initiative, using judgement and common sense

• Providing and facilitating safe, stimulating play

• Excellent communication skills together with sufficient understanding and use of English to ensure the well-being of the children*

• Delivering equal opportunities in a play setting


• Appropriate Level 3 qualification

• Appropriate child protection training

• Interest in art and performing arts (drama/music, singing/dance).

• At least 2 years’ experience of working in a childcare setting

• Familiarity with the Early Years Foundation Stage

• Current driving licence

• Current 12-hour Paediatric First Aid (provided if not already held)

• Food Hygiene Certificate (provided if not already held)

• Safeguarding Level 2 training (provided if not already held)

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact

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