Job Opportunities

Part-time Classteacher Reception or Year 1 (2+ days per week from September 2017)

Are you a creative teacher with high expectations?

Do you want to be part of a successful Cambridge city school team?

Morley Memorial Primary School is a happy, inclusive school located in Cambridge. We are a successful school with values at the heart of what we do and a mission to make learning truly irresistible through our creative curriculum.

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and inspiring part-time teacher who is committed to delivering inspiring learning experiences and challenging all children to excel to join our Reception or Year 1 team.

We are active members of a teaching school alliance and offer excellent professional development opportunities including: support from SLEs within the school and opportunities to share practice across a network of schools.   Our staffing structure has been designed to ensure opportunities for career progression and leadership development and we welcome applications from  recently qualified teachers with the determination to become outstanding teachers as well as experienced teachers.

To learn more about the school or download an application pack please visit the school website or contact Ms Isla Lunan on Visits to the school are welcomed and applicants are encouraged to contact the school office to arrange a visit.

Final date when applications will be considered: 10am. Friday 7th July

Early submission of application is recommended as interviews may be held on a rolling basis as candidates are shortlisted. If applying for a part-time position please indicate this in your covering letter.

Morley Memorial Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We expect and require all members of the school community to share this commitment.

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Part-time Playworker

Playworker Required for Spectrum Out of School Hours Provision

Part-time (afternoon hours in the first instance)
Scale 1 (point 10-12) £8.09 – £8.36 per hour
Want to get paid to play? Working to facilitate fun indoors and outside, all year round!

We have Playwork vacancies for September 2017, and we’re looking for new members to join our team of staff to provide a play-based childcare provision for children in Breakfast, After-School Club and Holiday Clubs (Spectrum). Based at Morley Memorial Primary School Spectrum is a fun and busy club, where the children feel at home in a welcoming and stimulating environment. Breakfast Club provision runs from 0730-0845 and After-School Club from 1500-1800 Monday to Friday during term-time. Optional casual hours are available between 0800-1800 in school holidays and teacher training days.

We currently have vacancies for afternoon hours however there is scope for additional hours at breakfast club, during school lunchtimes and holidays. Hours are open to negotiation but letters of application should indicate availability.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, patient, conscientious and aware of their duty of care to the children in the setting. Flexibility and teamwork skills are obviously crucial, as is a sense of ebullience and the desire to play. Successful applicants will be expected to adhere to all policies and procedures of the setting and undertake appropriate training to compliment any existing qualifications and experience.

For more information on the position and for application details please visit the school  or email

Closing date for applications: Thursday 6 July 2017
Interview date for shortlisted candidates will be during the week of 10 July 2017

MMPS Support Staff Application Form -Playworker



Teaching Assistant – Level 2
Full-time: 32.5 hours per week
Permanent position (subject to a successful probationary period)

We are seeking to appoint two enthusiastic teaching assistants to join our committed and friendly team.  One role will initially involve working across our Early Years (Reception) unit to ensure that the needs of the whole class and cohort are met including children who have additional learning and behaviour needs.  The other in KS1 or KS2.
Applicants should:
• have a good rapport with children and be able to engage them in learning
• be able to work flexibly as part of a team with drive and passion to ensure that all children achieve
• be willing and able to share good practice and learn from others
Previous experience of working with children with a range of special educational needs or experience working within Early Years would be desirable but not essential.

For further details, a job description and the application form, please visit the school website
or if you would like to arrange a visit to the school email or phone the school office on 01223 508786

Closing date: 10am 13th July
Interviews: week beginning 17th July

MMPS Support Staff Application Form -Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant Job Description and Person Specification July 2017



 Clerk to Governors

“Are you a brilliant administrator? Do you want to get back into work after taking a career break? Do you have existing commitments but are interested in expanding your opportunities?

Morley Memorial Primary School is looking to appoint a clerk to the governing body.

    • Hours: 3.5 hours a week
    • Salary: £19,742pa pro rata (£10.23 per hour)

The role of the clerk to governors is to:

    • provide advice to the governing body on governance, constitutional and procedural matters
    • provide effective administration of governor meetings and other governance matters
    • manage information for the governing body in accordance with legal requirements

The successful candidate will have excellent administrative, interpersonal and communication skills. They will need to be pro-active about taking the initiative and will need to be exceptionally well organised. They should have a flexible approach to working hours and be committed to their own professional development.

Clerk Job Description and Person Specification March 2017

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Safeguarding policy 2016

Morley Memorial Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be appointed subject to references and will be required to apply for a DBS check.”