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Can You Help Out At LEH?

If you are an alumna currently looking for temporary work, we are offering a fantastic opportunity to join LEH on a casual basis with no teaching training or experience required.
12 Oct 2020
School News
The autumn and winter months always see the school building up a bank of extra supply staff and invigilators to cover off the inevitable absences due to teacher illness, and given the ongoing threat from COVID, that’s never been more important.

If you are an alumna currently looking for temporary work, please take a look at the full job description and apply as soon as possible, either via the jobs board on Holles Connect or on the LEH website.

Duties include:-
  • Cover supervision of pupils in a lesson (no teaching at all) while the pupils carry out work which has been set by a qualified teacher.
  • Cover supervision of pupils and low level assistance with a remote teaching lesson (no teaching at all) ran by a qualified teacher through Microsoft Teams.
  • Invigilation of either internal or external exams/assessments.

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