Work with us

Belleville is an ambitious, vibrant and supportive place to work.


Ofsted (March 2022) say:

  • Pupils thrive at Belleville. They are very well prepared for the next stages of their education. Leaders have planned a highly ambitious curriculum. Pupils speak with enthusiasm about the rich curriculum they learn. Pupils behave very well and engage positively with their learning
  • Staff are proud to work at Belleville. They receive extensive professional development and are appreciative of this. They feel their workload is well managed by leaders who welcome their input on how the school operates. Teachers at the very beginning of their career feel especially well supported.

We are a successful, popular, outstanding school with a focus on positive learning behaviour and high expectations for all children. We have two school sites (Webbs and Meteor), a fantastic staff team and a supportive parent/carer community.  We are in a vibrant area of south London with excellent transport links. Our proximity to Clapham Junction gives us access to central London and across the south of England. 

Belleville Primary School is part of Quality First Education (Q1E), a successful Multi-Academy Trust with four primary schools on five sites across south London. This is an exciting time for us and we want the best people to join us as we grow further. Our current opportunities are listed below.

Class teachers for September 2024


Open again to new applicants 

We would love to hear from excellent class teachers seeking to join us from September 2024.

We have a vacancy in Reception. We also have opportunities in higher year groups.  

Please read our Q1E Teacher pack for more information about teaching with us and our job description. Further down this page you will also find videos from our teachers talking about why they enjoy working at Belleville and the support and fantastic opportunities offered by the Q1E Trust.  We also encourage you to have a look at our virtual school tour video below! 


Article ImageTo apply: Please complete the Q1E application form and Equal opportunities form and email them to CVs are not accepted.

Applications will be reviewed as they come in.  We recruit on an ongoing basis until positions are filled, but to be included in our next round of shortlisting, please apply by noon on Friday 31 May. CVs are not accepted.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS with barred list check. It is an offence to apply if you are barred from working with children. We may undertake online searches of shortlisted candidates. 

Play Workers (Wraparound Club Assistants)


We are building a team to support our brand new 'wraparound' provision, which launches in September 2024.

We seek enthusiastic, energetic, positive, reliable people who work well with children, staff and parents, and can remain calm when there is lots going on!

Our wraparound provision will consist of a breakfast club and an after school club. These clubs will run on both our school sites, for children from nursery to Year 6. 

This is a brand new provision, and an exciting development for the school. We'd love to find people who have lots of ideas and are excited about this opportunity to create a really great new 'curriculum' of activities to help our children play and learn, before and after the school day.

The role will involve making sure all children are well cared for, and delivering a variety of engaging and enriching activities.

Please read the job description and person specification for more details of the hours, the role and what we are looking for! 

To apply, please complete our application form and our equal opportunities form, and email them to

The closing date for applications is noon on Thursday 16 May 2024.

Premises Officer


We are looking for a premises assistant to work across our school’s two sites, to start as soon as possible. 

The post-holder will work as part of a team to ensure that our school premises are safe, secure, functional, welcoming and comfortable for pupils, staff and visitors. We are looking for someone professional, hard-working, committed, willing, pro-active and flexible – who will care for and look after our school and its children, staff and visitors.  

The role will include assisting with:

  • opening and closing the school sites
  • maintenance including minor repairs and decoration tasks
  • supervising and communicating with contractors 
  • carrying out tests and checks (security, health and safety, lighting, heating, plumbing etc)
  • ensuring the school is clean, tidy, well presented and free from hazards
  • ensuring any lettings/functions/events on school premises are managed well
  • collecting and delivering items, safely moving furniture and equipment
  • driving the school minibuses (minibus training can be given, but you should have a driving license). 

Finding the right person is more important than previous experience. You will be supported and guided by our experienced Premises Manager.  

SALARY RANGE:  Wandsworth Scale 2-3. Actual salary for 47.5 hours a week £36,563.13.

CONTRACT AND HOURS: Full time, permanent, all year round. 32 days holiday per year to be taken during school holidays. 47.5 hours per week. Monday to Friday 7:30am to 6:30pm (hours may be negotiable for the right candidate).

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS with Barred List check. 

To apply:

Please read the job description and person specification for more details. Please complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, and email them to by noon on Monday 3rd June 2024. 

Receptionist and Administrator


We are seeking a receptionist/administrator to join our busy and friendly office team. The role is varied, consisting of supporting the school with all administrative tasks and reception duties, welcoming visitors and liaising with all members of the local community. We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, a positive attitude and plenty of enthusiasm, who can work under pressure and use their own initiative. Computer competency and a good telephone manner are essential. Experience of working in a similar role is desirable but not essential as training will be given on the job.

Start date: As soon as possible 

Location: Belleville Primary School (Webb’s Road or Meteor Street sites)

Salary: Support Staff, Inner London pay-scale, Grade 1-2, Spine Point 2-4, depending on experience. (Annual full-time salary - £27,306 - £28,128, salary will be pro-rata for 41 weeks per year).

Hours: Monday to Friday, 36 hours per week. 41 weeks per year. (Term time only plus two weeks in the school summer holidays). 8:00am to 4:00/5:00pm (finish time negotiable).

Find out more: Please have a look at the job description and person specification. If you have any questions at all about the role, please contact  

To apply: Please complete the Q1E Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form and email them to CVs are not accepted. The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 3rd June.  

All posts in Q1E schools are subject to an enhanced DBS with barred list check.  It is an offence to apply if you are barred from working with children. We may carry out online searches of shortlisted candidates.

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Required as soon as possible

Members of our midday team provide support to pupils during their lunchtime break - to encourage them to make the right choices, build friendships and to interact with each other through play.

Salary: £4465.70 per annum
Hours: 7.5 hours per week (1.5 hours per day, Monday to Friday - hours may be 12.15-1.45pm)
39 weeks per annum (including attending Inset Days). Holiday is not to be taken during term time.
Reports to: Belleville’s Senior Leadership Team.
Must be willing and able to work on either of our two school sites (Webb's Road SW11 6PR and Meteor Street SW11 5NZ).

We are looking for someone who:

  • would like to work part time, in a happy and friendly school;
  • enjoys working with children and can relate to them on their level;
  • can work well in a team;
  • is positive, committed, reliable and punctual;
  • is tolerant, empathetic and calm under pressure;
  • is confident with managing the behaviour of groups of children; 
  • can initiate age-appropriate games and activities in the playground;
  • can take responsibility for children's safety and wellbeing. 

Experience of working with groups of children is desirable.
A First Aid qualification would be welcomed but is not essential.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and we expect all staff to share this commitment. The post is subject to a DBS check.

Please return your completed application and equal opportunities form to the school, either by post to Belleville Primary School, Belleville Road, London SW11 6PR, or by email to CVs are not accepted. Early response is encouraged.

Downloads for the Midday Assistant role:
Job description and person specification
Application form
Equal opportunities monitoring form