Job Vacancies

Lunchtime Supervisors

Scale 1 – £8.50 hourly

Hours – 12.5 hours a week (12.30 pm - 3.00 pm each day, term time + 1 week)

Required as soon as possible

The Governing body are seeking to appoint two Lunchtime Supervisors to join our dedicated Catering Team at Uppingham Community College.

The successful applicants will:

  • Have good communication skills
  • Be able to work well within a team
  • Contribute to a positive lunchtime experience
  • Build good relationships with children and adults
  • Follow school policies

Further details and application requirements can be found in the Lunchtime Supervisor job description or if you have any other questions please contact Mrs Bhandna Bagga at  .Closing Date: Tuesday 29th January 2019, 9:00 am. Interviews will take place week commencing 4th February.

Lunchtime Supervisor job description

Teaching Application Form (.DOC)
Teaching Application Form (.PDF)
Support Staff Application Form (.DOC)
Support Staff Application Form (.PDF)
Staff Code of Conduct

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all posts are subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks. 

Information for applicants:

Uppingham Community College is a wonderful place to work. We have the pleasure and privilege of working with incredible young people within a school community that is caring, supportive and very enjoyable. Our students’ behaviour is excellent and there is a positive atmosphere for learning in the school.

Our school is situated in a picturesque part of the country, on the edge of the county of Rutland, close to the Leicestershire and Northamptonshire borders.


Our vision clearly indicates our approach to staff workload; ‘Everyone at UCC thrives, making excellent progress in their learning, achievement and development.’ We believe that if our staff have the conditions in which they can thrive, our students will in turn thrive in all aspects of their education and development.


We take a sensible approach to staff workload by ensuring our policies and practices focus on the aspects of education that make the biggest difference to students. We have shaped the way we work by reviewing educational research and literature with a critical eye and making decisions about their application within the context of our school.

Flexible working

We also work with our staff to enable flexible working; we believe that it is important to take a modern approach to working patterns and where appropriate staff are given some flexibility and freedom within their roles.

Work at UCC

We will advertise vacancies as they arise on this page, however if you are interested in working at Uppingham Community College and there are no vacancies advertised, please get in contact with us (Laura St John  and tell us how you would like to make a difference for the young people in our school.