URGENTLY REQUIRED:

Compass Club Activity Instructor
Norman Court School – Salisbury SP5

£6-£8 per hour – Casual

We are recruiting for an Activity Instructor to work at our October Holiday Club which runs from the 19th-27th October. Reporting to your Camp Manager, an Activity Instructor will be assigned to lead a group of children through a range of different activities.

You will be required to adapt your skills to working with children of a variety of ages, backgrounds, and abilities whilst catering for their individual needs.

We are looking for enthusiastic instructors who are ideally qualified or working towards relevant coaching or teaching qualifications who have experience of working in the childcare industry.

For the right candidate there will be an option to continue casual work in the evenings and weekends outside of holiday time as well as the opportunity to work on our other holiday programmes

Salary: £6- £8 per hour dependent on age and experience

Hours: flexible Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm with a half hour paid lunch break

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Compass Club Early Years Instructor
Norman Court School – Salisbury SP5

£7-£8.50 per hour – Casual

We are recruiting for an Early Years Instructor to work at our October Holiday Club which runs from the 19th-27th October. Reporting to your Camp Manager, an Early Years Instructor will be assigned to lead a group of children through a range of different activities.

You will be required to adapt your skills to working with children of a variety of ages, backgrounds, and abilities whilst catering for their individual needs.

We are looking for enthusiastic instructors who are must have a Level 3 in childcare/playwork or equivalent who have experience of working in the early years industry.

For the right candidate there will be an option to continue casual work in the evenings and weekends outside of holiday time as well as the opportunity to work on our other holiday programmes

Salary: £7- £8.50 per hour dependent on age and experience

Hours: flexible Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm with a half hour paid lunch break

Assistant Activity Instructor
Norman Court School – Salisbury SP5

£7-£8.50 per hour – Casual

We are recruiting for an assistant activity instructor to support our Out Of School Club which runs 3.30pm-6pm Daily.

You will be required to adapt your skills to working with children of a variety of ages, backgrounds, and abilities whilst catering for their individual needs.

We are looking for enthusiastic instructors who are ideally qualified or working towards relevant coaching or teaching qualifications who have experience of working in the childcare industry. Experience of working with children with additional needs would be desirable.

For the right candidate there will be an option to continue casual work in the evenings and weekends outside of holiday time as well as the opportunity to work on our other holiday programmes.

Salary: £7- £8.50 per hour dependent on age and experience

Hours: flexible Monday – Friday, 3.30pm-6pm

Nursery Nurses & Nursery Assistants

Due to expansion we are recruiting for Nursery Nurses and Nursery Assistants at our Montessori Nursery.

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We’re recruiting:

Norman Court School is an independent school………Due to expansion we are looking for flexible, reliable and motivated people to join our growing team. We are recruiting for both temporary and permanent staff.

Cleaners
Part-time and full time positions available

Norman Court School are looking for six seasonal cleaners from 1st June until the end of August 2017 to help with our busy NCS programme.

The position:

We are looking for a seasonal Cleaner to come and join us at Norman Court School. With a busy summer ahead of us we are looking for someone to come and assist the Norman Court Team by ensuring the communal areas are monitored and kept clean at all times.

Cleaner responsibilities:

Cleaning the bedrooms, changing rooms, toilets, shop, office and kitchens.
Ensuring all areas are continually checked and cleaned throughout shift
Working to and adhering to the departmental standard operating procedures

The ideal Cleaner must have:

a passion for cleanliness with high standards and an excellent eye for detail
a desire to consistently exceed the expectations of our guests

In return we offer and competitive salary and excellent working conditions.

For further details please on all positions please call 01980 322322 or email vicky.mcpike@norman-court.org

NCS LEADERS

Every young person that undertakes their National Citizens Service needs a mentor. We are recruiting people that want to make a difference to the next generation and their communities.

Your involvement will

  • Mean you play a vital role in the success of the programme
  • Make a difference to the young people you mentor
  • Grow and develop new skills for your future
  • Enhance your CV
  • Get paid whilst having fun

For full details and to apply online, please visit: https://www.resonatehants.org/work-with-us/

About Norman Court

We are a mixed ability, independent school currently offering education for boys and girls from 6 months old to 12 years. We have 35 pupils in the school and 25 in our Nursery. Plans are in place to accommodate children up to the age of 16 over the next five years. Above all else, the school exists for the benefit of the children in our care and we strive to put them first in all dealings.

Set in an elegant Grade 2 listed manor house, Norman Court nestles amidst 45 acres of beautiful countryside on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border. Open space is at a premium and currently shared with only the local fauna and the school’s Montessori Nursery. It provides the perfect setting for children to learn in a safe, inspirational environment.

We expect much from the children in terms of effort and results yet we also strive to educate the whole child in a family atmosphere by offering a wide variety of opportunities. Character education is what underpins much of what we do and ‘how’ children achieve is as important as what they achieve. Diversity is celebrated and the school encourages achievement and talent in whatever guise it takes. To meet this, we keep classes small and employ professional staff who show willing to go the extra mile.

We have built the curriculum around the environment and seek opportunities to use the picturesque setting to inspire the children’s learning. We actively encourage them to be adventurous, independent thinkers; supportive of others with concern for the both the local and international community.

We are currently based in two buildings that occupy the site where we are educating pupils from 6 months old to aged 12. The Main House opens to boarders and older pupils (Year 9) from September 2016.

We are a good-natured, hardworking team. Together, we have started to build a small, friendly community. All future staff must buy into the aims and vision of the school and share our passion for providing a happy, healthy and successful learning environment.