MDSAs Required

Here at Newick, we provide children with the opportunity for personal achievement through daily challenge in a caring, happy environment.

Newick has a strong team of well-qualified, experienced teachers and support staff, all of whom work closely together for the benefit of all the children here in our care.

What we can offer:

  • An fantastic learning environment, grounds and facilities
  • A well-resourced and creative environment
  • Enthusiastic and well behaved pupils
  • A fun school to work in!

We are looking for Midday Supervisory Assistants for lunchtime sessions (12.15 pm to 1.15 pm) to join our established team. Days to be worked are negotiable.

Duties include helping the children in the dining hall, supervising and encouraging play whilst in the playground and ensuring they gain the most from their lunchtime.

A willingness to act as a team member, a confident manner and a calm approach are desirable criteria.

If you have any questions about the position please call Emily Winslade, School Business Manager on 01825 723377.

Application forms can be emailed to e.winslade@newick-ce-prm.e-sussex.sch.uk or posted to Newick CE Primary School, 63 Allington Road Newick BN8 4NB

Job Details
Contract Type Permanent, part-time
Working Hours 1 hour per day
12.15pm to 1.15pm
5 days available - amount of days worked are negotiable
Salary £17,364 pro rata
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Look out for our Tudor exploration learning and writing, including life on board a Tudor Galleon in our English books.

Science Week – Our Diverse Planet

We arrived at school to discover that Mr Barnes’ sandwich had been stolen!

The crime scene was taped off and DNA evidence collected.  Suspects (6 members of staff) had their fingerprints, teeth imprints, hair fibres and pens taken, to be tested by the children.

As a school, we set out to investigate and put our forensic skills to good use. We worked scientifically observing closely, identifying and classifying as we carried out investigations including finger printing, teeth imprints, chromatography, fibres, hairs and cells.

Finally, we collected and recorded our data and made conclusions about who the guilty suspect was before we shared our findings as a school.

 

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What a World Book Day we had this year! We spent the whole day reading with buddies, friends and even some of our parents came in to read (Thank you!).

Our Year 6 children had the opporuntiy to watch the live performance of Macbeth by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Take a look at the amazing effort our staff and children went to to celebrate reading at Newick School.