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Caretaker/ Cleaner in Charge


Nottinghamshire County Council, building and Cleaning Service has a vacancy for a caretaker/ cleaner in charge, at Langar Church of England Primary School, working 30 hours per week (approximately 6.30am to 9.30am and 3.00pm to 6.00pm Monday to Friday). 


Full training and a uniform will be provided.

A job share will be considered.


If you would like further details, please contact Paul Tinsley 07973131783

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Midday Supervisor (Term Time)


1 hour 5 mins per day

 Monday to Friday (term time only)

Temporary (one year) contract

 Living Wage


Governors are looking to appoint a caring, friendly, enthusiastic person to join our team of Midday Supervisors. The role involves working as a member of a team indoors to ensure that the children with particular dietary needs eat well during our “family service” lunch and are well supported and safe. Outdoors, the role involves supervising children with addition needs within our extensive grounds and encouraging and supporting them to play appropriate games and stay active.


The ideal candidate will start as soon as possible and enjoy working with children. They will be motivated, well-organised, hard-working, have good behaviour management skills and be willing to undergo any training that is required.


Langar Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for this post.


Visits to the school are welcomed, please contact the school if you would like to arrange a visit.


Application form and further details are available from the school, please send a large SAE or email telephone: 01949 860056


Closing date: Friday 22nd April 2022

Local Authority Governor Vacancy 


Being a school governor is a wonderful way to serve and influence the community that you live in. A governing body is made up of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds who contribute to the strategic leadership of the school. Our governing body currently consists of  two governors representative of the church, three governors representative of the parent community, one governor representative of the school staff and one governor chosen for their skill set, plus the head teacher. We have a vacancy for a Local Authority governor. A role that is appointed by the Local Authority. 


Following  Mark Ebb's departure at the end of his seventeen years of service as a governor, we are looking to recruit someone to join our governing body working closely with the Headteacher and staff as we continue to raise standards and support the strategic direction of Langar Church of England Primary School. Our school needs a committed and engaged governor, who can bring different insight and experience to the governing board. 


You do not have to be an expert in the world of education in order to become a governor; most importantly, you must be able to commit your time as a volunteer to a role that is both challenging and rewarding. You should be motivated and have a willingness to learn new skills and a strong desire to improve the education of young people in our area. 


To assist in gaining an early understanding of the role and responsibilities, you will be expected to undertake induction training provided by the local authority. As a Governor you will serve a four-year term of office. You will be required to attend meetings throughout your term of office, contribute to discussions, read up on relevant issues and offer challenge and support to the headteacher. Full governing body meetings are held once a term along with two further committee meeting which focus on Finance and Pupil, Personnel and Strategic matters. Full governing body meetings generally take place between 6.00 and 8.00pm on weekday evenings and are currently undertaken via Zoom and committee meetings are at 6.00pm and held in school. Governors are also required to attend additional meetings when needed or carry out visits during the school day. 


We pride ourselves on the close-knit nature of our school, the caring Christian atmosphere and firm focus on learning. Further information about our school and governance structure, can be found on the school website Governors | Langar C of E Primary School.  


If you are interested and would like to find out a little more about becoming a governor, please do not hesitate to contact our chair of governors Helen Baxter - or the head teacher Emily Brown . We would be delighted to hear from you.