This is an exciting opportunity to join the team at Childs Hill School and its extended family at our partner school Claremont Primary. These are exciting times as our partnership grows from strength to strength. Childs Hill is a vibrant and caring school with exceptional standards and the drive to push on to even greater things. We are passionate about giving all our pupils a primary school experience to enjoy and memories to cherish. We are a proud member of The Elliot Foundation Academy Trust family of schools. We currently have vacancies for a Learning Mentor and After School Club Coordinator.

Learning Mentor

UR Grade F - £25,353-£28,215 pro rata Term Time Only (39 weeks per year) 


The successful candidate will:


  • Be committed to helping our children and families overcome barriers to learning, improve engagement and raise aspiration and achievement inside and outside the classroom.
  • Be able to establish and maintain positive relationships.
  • Have a well-established range of strategies for coping with sometimes challenging situations, including a thorough working knowledge of the Restorative Approach in schools.
  • Work alongside school staff in selecting pupils for a range of support and maintain records of progress and next steps.
  • Work closely alongside our Senior Learning Mentor and with the Designated Safeguarding Team.
  • Have initiative and work creatively in the best interest of our children and families. 
  • Be committed to, and able to contribute to the wider life of the whole school.
  • Report to the Senior Leadership Team.

Job Description & Person Specification

Closing date:      Monday 15 June @ Noon

Interview date:   Wednesday 24 June (dependent on circumstances interviews may be conducted on Skype)


After School Club Coordinator 

UR Grade D £22,779-£24,030 (Pro-rata)  20 hours per week, Term time only 39 weeks per year

The successful candidate will:

  • Have experience of working with children in a play or education environment
  • Have experience of leading and managing a team
  • Have a good knowledge and understanding of basic administration systems (managing online payments/keeping registers/record keeping)
  • Be enthusiastic, self-motivated, flexible and approachable
  • Hold a paediatric first aid qualification (or willingness to undertake training)
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude and good communication skills
  • Be committed to, and able to contribute to the wider life of the whole school.

Job Description & Person Specification

We will offer you: 

  • A collaborative ethos and a friendly and welcoming team of hardworking, supportive and dedicated colleagues.
  • Wonderful children and families… we are proud of, and passionate about our whole school community.
  • A school committed to inclusive education and with an ethos focused on success for all
  • Excellent professional development opportunities
  • A strong and supportive leadership team and governing body

Closing date:      Wednesday 17 June @ Noon

Interview date:  Monday 22 June (dependent on circumstances interviews may be conducted on Skype)

Unfortunately we are currently unable to welcome visitors to our school due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. However, if you would like to find out more about this role please contact the Head of School, Martin Skillett, for an informal chat on 0208 452 4531.


Completed application forms should be emailed to

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

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