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Bedfont Primary School

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Post:                         Site Manager

Contract Type:        Permanent

Working Pattern:    Full time

Salary:                       SO1-SO2 is £28356 - £32637

Hours per week:     36


We are looking to appoint a dedicated and self-motivated site manager who will take pride in the appearance of our school’s environment. We are a large 3 form primary school.  As Site Manager you will work closely with the headteacher. You will share responsibility for the security, safety, general maintenance and cleanliness of our school buildings and grounds to ensure a welcoming and safe environment for our whole community.

You will:
• be looking for a new challenge to manage our site, buildings and grounds
• be ready for responsibility including for security and Health and Safety

• have good organisational skills and be proactive around the site
• be hardworking and flexible to the needs of the children and the school
• have good DIY skills such as, for general repairs, maintenance and decorating
• take pride in our school and be a proactive member of our community including being involved in special events

• competent in use of IT

• display good inter-personal skills with families, colleagues, governors, contractors and visitors
• enjoy working in a child friendly environment
• have a sense of humour


We will offer:
• a friendly environment and staff team who work and support each other
• a caring school community
• a commitment to your ongoing training and development needs
• a strong, supportive Governing Body

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We welcome visits to view the school. Please contact the office to arrange a suitable time.

Please return application forms to the school.

Closing date: Friday 6th July 2018
Interview date: Thursday 12th July 2018

Bedfont Primary School, Hatton Road, Bedfont.  TW14 9QZ
Tel: 020 8890 4755
Email: office@bedfont.hounslow.sch.uk
Headteacher: Mr Gez Davis

Why work at Bedfont?

We are a friendly community school with fantastic children, supportive parents and enthusiastic teachers.
We have excellent facilities, including a wonderful library, sports facilities and our brand new Key Stage 2 toilets are amazing!
We believe in "growing our own".  Many of our leaders started at the school as NQTs or classteachers.  Read some profiles below.

Staff Profile - Mrs K. Sachdeva

Bedfont Primary has been a supportive and innovative environment to work in over the last few years. I have enjoyed working with supportive and friendly teams that are always keen to learn and support the children to be the best they can be.

As KS1 lead and Assistant Headteacher for Innovation, I have always been supported in developing how we teach and to cater for the children in our school. There is a culture of collaboration that supports staff and their wellbeing. Staff are encouraged to try new approaches to maximise their impact on pupil learning.

The school has always maintained a calm and friendly atmosphere with good relationships between all adults and pupils. It has been a great place to work and continue to develop as a teacher and leader.  

Staff Profile - Mr C. McAllan

Having moved to Bedfont from another local school 6 years ago, I have developed as a teacher in a wider range than I had thought possible. Not only have I been supported in developing my teaching, but also my wider role within the school.

Having the had opportunity to support colleagues in my role as computing co-ordinator, I then delivered training to borough NQTs at sessions hosted at Bedfont. Support from SLT and colleagues across the school enabled me to have the confidence to deliver this training.

As my role continued to develop, an opportunity arose to apply for the position of Assistant Headteacher. Colleagues were very supportive in my application and encouraged me to go ahead, and I have been in role for the last couple of years. This year I have started the NPQSL course, developing my leadership skills and further enabling me to build my role in the school.

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