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We are always seeking to recruit additional dynamic and inspiring Teachers & Support staff to join 鶹Ƶ.

If you share our vision and determination, possess strong ambitions for learners, and want to have a positive impact on young people, families and the community, then we would be delighted to hear from you.

Assistant Headteacher – Behaviour and Attitudes.

Leadership Pay Scale

Welcome to 鶹Ƶ School.

鶹Ƶ is an Outstanding, well-established and highly successful, inner-city, ethnically diverse, community school. We pride ourselves on our core values of ‘Every Pupil. Always In Focus.’ This means that we have an unapologetic desire to ensure every child, regardless of background, fulfils their potential.

With this in mind, we are looking for an exceptional Assistant Headteacher to lead Behaviour and Attitudes as part of our Senior Leadership Team. If you are an exceptional leader with an outstanding track record in leading change, then we would like to hear from you.

We seek an individual who is highly organised and knowledgeable. You must be able to strongly demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with clarity and sensitivity to students, staff and the wider community. We are looking for someone who enjoys the challenges that leadership brings and who is flexible and creative in their approach.

Is this post the right one for you? It is if:

  • You are someone who can think critically about systems and outcomes.
  • It is your practice to use numerous techniques to secure the best behaviour and attitudes to learning for young people.
  • You are ambitious for students as well as yourself.

Crucially, any member of our Senior Leadership Team also needs to demonstrate the highest levels of teaching competence. Specifically, we are interested in skilled practitioners who appreciate and understand the preconceptions and misconceptions students may have about a topic/area of study. Successful candidates will be able to show that they not only have a clear understanding of possible barriers to learning but that they know how to select and use appropriate strategies to overcome these, especially for students with SEND and for those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The staff at 鶹Ƶ are highly skilled; they keep abreast of developments in the understanding of effective teaching and learning and they are passionate about students and their progress. As Assistant Headteacher for Behaviour and Attitudes, you will support our Deputy Headteacher for Inclusion, our excellent Student Services team, our Middle Leaders and all teaching to staff to ensure that our wonderful students are aspirational and embrace strong behaviour for learning expectations. If you would like to work in an environment which sets the highest standards and are keen to progress in your career, we will be the school for you.

We want to hear from current senior leaders looking to extend their experience, and ambitious middle leaders seeking their first senior leadership post. You will be highly motivated and passionate about making a difference to the lives of young people with the natural ability to inspire and motivate both pupils and peers.

As an outstanding practitioner and leader with demonstrable leadership experience, you will make a significant contribution to the leadership and success of our school. As a leader, you will be a proud member of the 鶹Ƶ family and the Central Learning Partnership Trust; a high-performing and supportive network of schools with some of the most passionate education leaders.

You will have:

  • A degree-level qualification and Qualified Teacher Status (for teachers or relevant qualifications for non-teachers).
  • Experience in effective leadership of a high-achieving team.
  • Experience of sustained delivery of outstanding attainment and achievement.

A strong commitment to our core values.

Our Commitment

The Central Learning Partnership Trust is committed to safeguarding, safer recruitment and promoting the welfare of pupils. Our comprehensive recruitment and selection processes aim to discourage and screen out unsuitable applicants. Successful candidates are subject to rigorous pre-employment checks.

We are equally committed to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity. We aim for our workforce to be representative of society and that each employee feels respected and able to give their best. We are committed to providing equality and fairness in our recruitment and employment practices and not to discriminate on any grounds. We oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.

Find out more

Please download the job description and person specification below for further information about the role.  For an informal and confidential discussion about the role please call us on 01902 556360 to either arrange a visit to our school or a conversation with the Head of School, Mr Adrian Rollins.

Key Dates

Closing Date: Monday, 29 April 2024 at 9am.
Interview Date: Week beginning 6 May 2024
Proposed Start Date: Monday, 2 September 2024.

Pastoral Manager – Term Time Only

Salary:  CLPT 12 – 17 £26,421 – £28,770 fte
Actual Salary – £22,726 – £24,747 pro rata

We are looking for an exceptional Student Support Officer/Pastoral Manager to join our team at 鶹Ƶ School. The successful candidate will deliver high-quality pastoral support for students to ensure potential barriers to learning are addressed.  We provide an appropriate provision for our students to enable their success both academically and socially.  Working as part of the wider student support team, we are seeking a suitable candidate who can be proactive and have the ability to implement a range of strategies to support the complex needs of some of our learners.  We are looking to widen the existing Student Support team with a diverse skill set that includes; one-to-one intervention/support, mentoring, personal and social development and behaviour management.

Candidates should be able to demonstrate good literacy and numeracy skills and an ability to communicate effectively at all levels, including parents and relevant agencies.  Experience of working with students or in this field is desirable but it is essential that you are able to clearly display an affinity to the pastoral care of students in a school setting.

Successful applicants will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to liaise effectively with a wide range of people including teachers, parents, and students.

We are unrelenting in our determination to provide the highest quality learning experiences for our students and so this is an exciting opportunity if you are an ambitious, high-calibre professional.

If you share our vision and determination, possess strong ambitions for learners, and want to have a positive impact on young people, families and the community, then we would be delighted to hear from you. For more information and further details about this exceptional opportunity, please complete an associate application form available on the school website () under the ‘Vacancies’ tab or contact Mrs Helen Ward, Personnel Officer.  Tel: 01902 556360   E-mail: helen.ward@heathpark.net

鶹Ƶ School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Closing date for applications: 10 am Thursday 18th April 2024

Interviews week commencing 15th April 2024

School Receptionist Full Time or Part Time position available

CLPT04 to CLPT06 – FTE £23,114 – £23,893
Actual Pay based on 37 hours term time only – £19,882.30 – £20,552.38 pro rata
Part-time hours between 15 – 25 hours per week – £8,060 – £13,433 pro rata

鶹Ƶ School is looking for someone who is able to create a friendly, warm and welcoming environment for all students, staff and visitors. Having some previous school experience is essential.

The role:

  • Update Arbor system daily
    Ensure files are stored securely in the reception area
  • Be the first point of contact for all visitors
  • Direct enquiries to relevant school staff and contacts
  • Make first-day calls to parents of absent students and record them on Arbor
  • Handle all enquiries face-to-face and over the phone
  • General school office administration
  • Assist with school events
  • Attend meetings and take minutes when required
  • Be committed to the safeguarding of the school community and promote it effectively

What you’ll need to succeed:

  • 5 GCSEs 9-4 (A-C) (including Maths and English)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Friendly and professional manner
  • Proactive approach and positive attitude
  • Understand Child Protection and Safeguarding and be proactive in implementing it
  • In this post you will be the first point of contact so must be professional, polite and efficient at all times.

The school is eager to find the right individual to fit in within their administration team. If you are positive, efficient and adaptable then this may be the right opportunity for you.

School hours 8.00 am – 4.00 pm.

APPLICATION PROCESS

More information about this opportunity is available on the school website () or, if you have any questions please contact Helen Ward.  Tel: 01902 550790   or email helen.ward@heathpark.net

Please note we only accept applications that are submitted on our application forms, please do not send a CV.

We reserve the right to make an offer prior to the closing date, therefore if you share our vision and determination, possess strong ambitions for learners, and want to have a positive impact on young people, families and the community, then we would be delighted to hear from you and encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT

鶹Ƶ is committed to ensuring the highest levels of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All offers are subject to an enhanced DBS check, two satisfactory references and for teachers, a prohibition check.

鶹Ƶ is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all appropriately qualified candidates.  We value the diversity of our staff and students and are committed to providing a supportive learning and working environment for everyone.

CLOSING DATE

Thursday 18th April 2024 – 10 am

Teachers

 (Applications from ECTs are welcome)
(Required as soon as possible)

We are looking for dynamic and inspiring Teachers to join our highly successful school.

Candidates should have a record of outstanding practice, either in the post or in training, knowledge of the relevant course specifications and a capacity to excite students with a range of innovative teaching and learning strategies.

Applications from newly qualified teachers are welcome and development/responsibility opportunities are available for interested candidates with relevant experience.

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to teach across all three Key Stages. You will be joining a progressive and forward-thinking school with a wealth of opportunities for professional development. We pride ourselves on our pupil-centric nature of working which consistently leads to excellent outcomes for the young people we teach. We are continually looking to develop our ability to lead enrichment activities outside the classroom through trips, external visitors and extra-curricular clubs.

We are unrelenting in our determination to provide the highest quality learning experiences for our students and so this is an exciting opportunity if you are an ambitious, high calibre professional.  If you share our vision and determination, possess strong ambitions for learners, and want to have a positive impact on young people, families and the community, then we would be delighted to hear from you. Please send your completed application to Jane Elwell (jane.elwell@clpt.co.uk)

CLPT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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