Support Staff Vacancies

Job title: Clerk to the Local Governing Body

Start date: ASAP

Time Commitment: 

Approximately 40-50 hours per term for the MAT and 40-50 hours per term for the Primaries 

Knowledge Schools Trust and associated schools are looking for talented individual(s) to assist with clerking responsibilities. There are a range of opportunities which include clerking to the Local Governing Body of the West London Free School Primaries and the MAT Board.

The successful candidate(s) will support the ethos of the Trust, be highly organized, an excellent communicator, IT literate, experienced in clerking and be able to write in clear, simple English that is grammatically and syntactically correct and conforms to the Trust’s house style.

This is comprised of two evening meetings per term of up to three hours for the Trust and three meetings per term for the Primaries (1 at 8.15am and two at 6.15pm), additional committee meetings as requested, and the clerk’s responsibilities include pulling together and dispatching the papers before the meeting and circulating the minutes afterwards. The clerk will also be required to take minutes for exclusion panels when needed, flexibility towards the end of the school day would be helpful.

The meetings will take place at one of the school sites, which are based in Hammersmith and Kensington.

£25 per hour, this is negotiable subject to experience, flexible contract, largely home-based working.

The ability to maintain confidentiality at all times is key.


For more information about Knowledge Schools Trust and the associated schools please visit

For a more detailed role description or to apply for the position, please email Cheryl Toolan and send your CV to:

The application deadline is Monday 18th November 2019.

Equal Opportunities and Safeguarding

The Knowledge Schools Trust is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding children. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check and other employment checks.


Job title: After School Club Playworkers - two vacancies

Start date: November 2019

Annual salary: £10.71 per hour

Time commitment: Monday to Friday 

17.5 hours per week, 3.5 hours per day 3pm – 6.30 pm during term time

Up to 50 hours per week, 10 hours per day 8am – 6pm during school holidays

The role holder will be expected to be flexible in this new role

Location: Cambridge Grove, Hammersmith W6

Report to: the After School Manager

Please note that CVs will not be accepted.

We are looking to appoint After-School Playworkers for the Knowledge Schools Trust Primary Schools.

We have two vacancies at West London free School Primary/Earl’s Court Free School Primary, Cambridge Grove, Hammersmith, W6 0LB.

The role provides operational and administrative support to the Primary School Afterschool Provision.

This position is responsible for the smooth delivery of the afterschool provision based at the Trust’s primary schools. In particular breakfast club, after school clubs, after school pay and holiday clubs. They will be responsible for all aspects of managing the play environment, delivering high quality afterschool provision, engaging with the children, dealing with parents and liaising with the schools and Trust.

The role requires a highly child centred approach, the development of creative play contexts, and a strong understanding of safeguarding.

Please see the role outline here for more details.


Equal Opportunities and Safeguarding

Knowledge Schools Trust Enterprises Limited is committed to equality of opportunity and to safeguarding children. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check and other employment checks.

Application forms and covering letter should be sent to Mrs Cheryl Toolan at 

Application deadline: Noon on Friday 15th November 2019.  Interviews will take place as soon as possible on receipt of application.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Support Staff Application Form - Word

Support Staff Application Form - Pdf 



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