Staff Vacancies

Please find listed below information about exciting new opportunities for staff within our school:


Howe Green House School:
Assistant Caretaker

Monday – Friday throughout the year with a split shift working 07.15am – 12.45pm week 1 (27.5 hrs) and 12.45pm – 17.45pm on week 2 (25 hrs) throughout the year with seasonal overtime to assist with grass cutting and pitch marking.

Please find the Job Description and application form in the Downloads area below.

Lunchtime Assistant:

Monday – Friday 11.45am – 1.15pm, term time only.

Please find the Job Description and application form in the Downloads area below.

Little Oaks Nursery School:

Part time – Early Years Educator or Nursery Practitioner incorporating After School Care assistant role

Due to growth and expansion, we are seeking a qualified Level 2 (or above) Early Years Educator / Nursery Practitioner  and After School Care assistant to join our warm and welcoming team.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be focused on delivering excellent standards of care with a natural ability to work as part of a team and always be willing to go above and beyond.
  • Ensure a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for the children in our care.
  • Plan appropriately for children’s next steps of learning (EYE Role).
  • To have understanding of the Reggio Emilia approach to learning.
  • To think outside the box………………

Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Genuine opportunities for internal progression.

Please click on items below to download documents and information.

Please note that we do not accept applications by email.  Please download and complete the application form in your own handwriting and submit with a covering letter for the role in which you are  interested.

Howe Green House is committed to the protection and safety of its pupils and follows safer recruitment practice. If called for interview you will need to bring your driving licence, passport or other photographic ID and original examination documents or certificates for verification. The interview will also assess your suitability to work with children and will include questions relating to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.