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SEND, Health and Care Manager

Open Box Education Centre

SEND, Health and Care Manager - Full Time 

The SEND, Health and Care Manager will be an experienced practitioner and will lead, manage, develop and maintain high quality SEND provision which enables quality teaching, excellent learning outcomes and success for all students. They will provide a lead for continuing to develop the school’s trauma-informed and attachment aware practice so that the school can successfully meet the education, health and care needs of all students This significant role includes the duties of SENCO, including partnership work with families and other agencies, and will also contribute to the strategic work of the School Improvement Team. There is also a responsibility for training staff to implement effective interventions and managing the work of Learning Mentors. Open Box Education Centre is a small independent Alternative Provision School providing a KS4 curriculum for students aged 14-16 with unmet or undiagnosed trauma or education needs or for whom a mainstream school placement has not been possible or appropriate. Our small team of dedicated, caring and professional staff provide full-time education and therapeutic services for up to 20 students to help them grow in confidence, trust and self-esteem and experience success in their last years of secondary school.  Please visit our website to apply.

Salary:

£29,902 to £41,511 (includes £4,359 SEN allowance)

Closing Date:

Category:

Support Staff

Preparation for Adulthood Lead

Open Box Education Centre

Preparation for Adulthood Lead  - Full Time 

The Preparation for Adulthood Lead with be an confident and skilled teacher of young people with complex needs in alternative provision. This role will involve the teaching of a full PSHE curriculum, including RSE and Careers, the ASDAN programme and one other additional subject. This significant role includes responsibility for work experience, post-16 pathways and coordinating our Life Learning through Science programme. The role will also contribute to the strategic work of the School Improvement Team Open Box Education Centre is a small independent Alternative Provision School providing a KS4 curriculum for students aged 14-16 with unmet or undiagnosed trauma or education needs or for whom a mainstream school placement has not been possible or appropriate. Our small team of dedicated, caring and professional staff provide full-time education and therapeutic services for up to 20 students to help them grow in confidence, trust and self-esteem and experience success in their last years of secondary school.  Please visit our website to apply.

Salary:

£27,752 to £39,361 (includes £2,209 SEN allowance)

Closing Date:

Category:

Support Staff

Head of Department - Mathematics

ACE Schools Plymouth

We are looking for an experienced school middle leader or department deputy who is ready for the next step in their career. You will take responsibility for mathematics curriculum across all sites and work with other leaders to support the quality of mathematics teaching. You will be based at our Bretonside site teaching KS3 and KS4 and will also be a academic lead for a tutor group.


As Head of Department you will be responsible for the performance management of staff, developing teaching and learning in maths and working in collaboration with SLT and other Leaders, contributing to the ongoing CPD of all staff.  As a teacher and middle leader at ACE liaising with other agencies, parents and stakeholders  are key to ensuring that safeguarding and outcomes for pupils are outstanding.


You will work with SLT in providing vision, leadership and direction for the subject ensuring it is managed and budgeted to meet and surpass ACE’s aims and targets.  As well as working with the SLT this role is part of the Academy's Extended leadership team.

Salary:

£24,373 - £40,886 per year (MPR 1 to UPR 3 + SEN £2229 + TLR 2C £6759)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

The Bridge Short Stay School

To start September 2020


At The Bridge Short Stay School we don’t believe a student’s past defines their future, we are looking for a child centred individual to support the welfare needs of students who have previously been permanently excluded.


The Bridge caters for students who have struggled in mainstream education; this is a new role, due to increasing numbers in the school. The successful candidate will foster good relationships with all stakeholders: students, parents, staff and external agencies in order to support the safeguarding needs and personal development of students.


Our work at the school is challenging but rewarding, staff have positive relationships with students who have struggled in mainstream schools and change lives on a daily basis. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is able to see the potential in young people and has a real passion for supporting them. The successful candidate will join a team of committed & like-minded individuals, dedicated to creating a positive future for our young people.


School visits are not possible under current circumstances, but we would welcome informal discussions about the role– please contact the Headteacher on andy.stewart@thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk to arrange. For more information about the school please visit our website at www.thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk

This role is based on our Ellesmere Port Site, but will involve travel to our Northwich site, for home visits and to attend multi-agency meetings.


The Bridge Short Stay School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be sought for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.

Salary:

Grade 8: £26 999 – £31 371 FTE (Pro Rata, Term Time Only)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

KS3 Lead Teacher

Meadowbrook College

Are you energetic, enthusiastic, resilient and able to use your initiative? 

Do you currently work in secondary education and need a fresh challenge? 

Can you build positive relationships with young people and make a difference? 


An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the successful, well established, Meadowbrook Key Stage 3 Discovery Team. The Discovery programme is currently based in Abingdon but will move to Kidlington in September: please see our website for further information about all of our KS3 Teams. 


In conjunction with the KS3 Leadership Team, you will be responsible for leading the planning and teaching of Maths and English and a wider KS3 curriculum, which you will have the opportunity to shape and develop, to students with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties who are at risk of exclusion or have been permanently excluded. You will use your creativity to work in partnership with schools and community organisations to provide an opportunity for young people to enhance their life chances and access to learning. 


A typical day/week will involve a mixture of leading teaching in Maths/English (of approx. 12 children), co-ordinating group-work activities/projects with your team of three coach mentors, managing student casework and reintegration support into a student’s new school. The curriculum currently includes PiXL Edge, P4C, Thinking Circles, sporting activities, creative Trips & Visits which enhance the curriculum and offer vital opportunities for the students to develop life skills. Experience of working with children/young people and parents/carers is essential, as is the ability to prioritise and work to agreed targets. You will of course need to demonstrate excellent behavioural management skills. 


In this role you will also be expected to lead and supervise a small group of staff and to contribute to their continued professional development and performance management. You will also be responsible for the progress and wider achievement outcomes of the students in your group. 


The successful candidate will be fully committed to a solution-focussed approach and have the flexibility and resilience necessary to promote a positive learning experience in a challenging environment. You will be someone who can engage challenging young people, provide a stimulating learning environment and make learning fun. 


Further information is available on our website: www.meadowbrook.oxon.sch.uk Alternatively, telephone 01865 253198 or email Maria Rees, mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org for further information. Visits will be offered for applicants selected for interview only and are not compulsory. 


Completed application forms should be sent by 12.00 noon on Friday 15 th May, 2020 to Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA on mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org . Please write a letter (no more than 2 A4 pages) outlining why you have applied to Meadowbrook College and how your experience to date prepares you for this exciting position with us. Google Hangouts interviews will be held week commencing 18 th May, 2020. 


If you would like further information on the post or to discuss it in more detail please contact Maria Rees above. Please note that our recruitment and safeguarding procedures do not allow applicants to submit CVs. All applications must be on our Application Forms which can be found on our website

Salary:

TMS/UPS + SEN (£2,209) + TLR

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Maths/STEM Lead Teacher

Meadowbrook College

At Meadowbrook College we provide full and part-time education and support to over 140 aged 5-16 students who are finding it difficult to access their mainstream schools. We offer our students another chance and provide a high quality, safe learning environment in which to develop positive behaviours and skills which can be used to improve their life chances. We work hard to ensure our young people achieve the best outcomes they can by creating individual educational packages which meet their needs and equip them for their next destination. Our hope for our students is that they will re-engage with learning, be successful and achieve their goals. Our aim is for every one of our students to move on to college, school, an apprenticeship or employment. 


We are seeking to recruit an outstanding Maths/STEM Lead Teacher to lead the development of the Maths/Science across the college for students aged 11-16 (with some collaboration with our Primary provision). You may be a Maths specialist with experience/ability to deliver Science and other STEM subjects or you may be a Science/Techology/Engineering specialist with the ability to teach Maths to GCSE, including to Higher level. This is an exciting leadership opportunity for a talented and committed professional with the ability to inspire and motivate students and staff alike; a unique opportunity to make a substantial contribution to further improving outcomes for a significant group of vulnerable and challenging learners and to shape and develop STEM teaching across the College. We are keen to expand our curriculum offer at Meadowbrook College and we are keen to develop delivery of the STEM subjects for our students. 


You will be: 

  • A consistently good or outstanding teacher, with proven results in your subject and beyond 

  • Highly motivated, with a passion for Maths/STE 

  • Ready to lead with an ability to effectively develop the pedagogy and practice of others 

  • A highly effective communicator and a real enthusiasm for providing the best curriculum for our students 


This post will include KS3/4 Maths teaching and the professional support and development of staff teaching Maths across the College. Key outcomes will relate to the further improvement of outcomes in Maths for all students. Meadowbrook College is located on four sites across Oxfordshire but staff usually teach on one base (you can choose). Leadership will require you to support colleagues on other bases but this is remunerated accordingly. 


Why work at Meadowbrook College? 

  • Meadowbrook College staff are both professional and resilient. There is a “can do” attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of whom have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential 

  • We offer a variety of opportunities for the ongoing professional development of all staff 

  • We are working in an ever changing and expanding educational climate where the need for alternative provision solutions is ever increasing. We are responding to this demand in a variety of exciting ways and there are many future opportunities for career progression at all levels. 


Please complete an application form and return to Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA, at mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org by 12pm on Friday 15 th May. Interviews will take place by Google Hangout week beginning 18th May 2020. We would consider a request to visit the College if selected for interview

Salary:

TMS or UPS + SEN 1 (£2,209) + TLR 2.2 (£4,655 to be discussed/agreed)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Teacher of Science

The Bridge Short Stay School

Science Teacher (MPS/UPS & SEN)


To start September 2020


At The Bridge Short Stay School we don’t believe a student’s past defines their future, we are looking for an exceptional individual who shares that belief to teach Science at our OFSTED rated ‘good’ Pupil Referral Unit in Ellesmere Port.


The Bridge caters predominantly for students who have been permanently excluded; this role will involve teaching students across KS3 and KS4 including GCSE. The successful candidate would also be expected to contribute to our wider curriculum aimed at offering students breadth of opportunity for both personal and academic development.


Our work at the school is challenging but rewarding, staff have positive relationships with students who have struggled in mainstream schools and change lives on a daily basis. This is an ideal opportunity for a teacher who wants to make a difference and can see a child as more than a grade. We are looking for someone who shares our values, believes in our young people and is able to inspire aspiration in them. In return the successful candidate will join a talented and committed team and will be supported to be the best teacher they can be.


School visits are not possible under current circumstances, but we would welcome informal discussions about the role– please contact the Headteacher on andy.stewart@thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk to arrange. For more information about the school please visit our website at www.thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk

The Bridge Short Stay School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be sought for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.


Closing date 12pm Thursday 21st May 2020

Salary:

£25,000 - £39,999 (MPS/UPS & SEN)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

SEN Teacher

The Bridge Short Stay School

SEN Teacher (MPS/UPS & SEN)


To start September 2020


At The Bridge Short Stay School we don’t believe a student’s past defines their future, we are looking for an exceptional individual who shares that belief to lead the teaching of a group who have previously struggled in a mainstream environment.


The Bridge caters predominantly for students who have been permanently excluded; this is a new role, working largely with students in KS3 who are likely to undergo assessment for an EHCP. Many have struggled with the transition from KS2 to secondary school and would benefit from a more primary based approach to learning. We’d be equally pleased to hear from Primary trained teachers as well as those from a variety of subject backgrounds in Secondary. This is an ideal post for someone who aspires to the role of SENDCo and the successful candidate will have opportunity to work closely with our SENDCo.


Our work at the school is challenging but rewarding, staff have positive relationships with students who have struggled in mainstream schools and change lives on a daily basis. This is an ideal opportunity for a teacher who wants to make a difference and can see a child as more than a grade. We are looking for someone who shares our values, believes in our young people and is able to inspire aspiration in them. In return the successful candidate will join a talented and committed team and will be supported to be the best teacher they can be.


School visits are not possible under current circumstances, but we would welcome informal discussions about the role– please contact the Headteacher on andy.stewart@thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk to arrange. For more information about the school please visit our website at www.thebridge.cheshire.sch.uk

The Bridge Short Stay School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be sought for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.


Closing date 12pm Wednesday 20th May 2020

Salary:

£25,000 - £39,999 (MPS/UPS & SEN)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Maths Teacher

Meadowbrook College

Teacher MPS/UPS (£26,298-£40,490) + SEN (£2,209) 

Contract Term: Permanent/Full-time (preferable) but part time applications will be accepted for consideration 

Location: Oxford or Banbury


Are you a Maths teacher with a real passion for your subject and looking for a new challenge? Can you build positive relationships with young people and make a difference? Are you enthusiastic, resilient and have a flexible approach. Do you have the experience and passion to give the most vulnerable children and young people the best chance to succeed and thrive? 


We are looking for a skilled KS3/4 Maths teacher to work in either our Oxford or Banbury base, for a September start. Applications from NQTs are welcome. You will be part of a passionate and dedicated team making a real difference to young people’s lives. 


This exciting and varied role will provide you with a wide range of experiences, including: 

  • being a tutor to a small group of students 

  • developing your skills in working with children with SEMH/ASD/Mental Health difficulties 

  • opportunity to work with primary age pupils in support of them developing their numeracy skills 


We believe in a shared team ethos, working together using flexible and supportive approaches to develop students’ learning and behaviour. Meadowbrook staff have a ‘can do’ attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of which have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential. 


We are always looking for creative and innovative ways forward and offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing professional development and training. We are working in an ever-changing educational climate where the need for an alternative provision solution is increasing. We are always adapting and new opportunities are always evolving. We very much value colleagues who are keen to be involved in the continuing development of the school. 


Meadowbrook College is a welcoming, nurturing and stimulating environment for students and staff. If this role appeals to you please contact us to find out more. 


To apply please complete an application form together with a letter, outlining your skills and experience for this post. Please also indicate your preference to work at our Oxford or Banbury base, and send to Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA, at mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org


Closing Date: by 12.00 noon on Friday 19th June 

Interview Date: To be confirmed and may be held as a Skype or phonecall. 


You are very welcome to speak to Nicola Partridge, Headteacher, to discuss the position prior to your application: please contact Maria if you would like to arrange this. Unfortunately visits to site cannot be facilitated at this time. 


Meadowbrook College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers are also expected to promote fundamental British values. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that require applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All cases are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed.

Salary:

MPS/UPS (£26,298-£40,490) + SEN (£2,209)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Maths Teacher (Oxford)

Meadowbrook College

Teacher MPS/UPS (£26,298-£40,490) + SEN (£2,209)

Contract Term: Permanent/Full-time (preferable)


Are you a Maths teacher with a real passion for your subject and looking for a new challenge? Can you build positive relationships with young people and make a difference? Are you enthusiastic, resilient and have a flexible approach. Do you have the experience and passion to give the most vulnerable children and young people the best chance to succeed and thrive?


We are looking for a skilled KS3/4 Maths teacher for our Oxford provision, for a September start or earlier. You will be part of a passionate and dedicated team making a real difference to young people’s lives.

This exciting and varied role will provide you with a wide range of experiences, including:

  • being a tutor to a small group of students
  • developing your skills in working with children with SEMH/ASD/Mental Health difficulties
  • opportunity to work with primary age pupils in support of them developing their numeracy skills

We believe in a shared team ethos, working together using flexible and supportive approaches to develop students’ learning and behaviour. Meadowbrook staff have a ‘can do’ attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of which have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential.


We are always looking for creative and innovative ways forward and offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing professional development and training. We are working in an ever-changing educational climate where the need for an alternative provision solution is increasing. We are always adapting and new opportunities are always evolving. We very much value colleagues who are keen to be involved in the continuing development of the school.


Meadowbrook College is a welcoming, nurturing and stimulating environment for students and staff. If this role appeals to you please contact us to find out more.

To apply please complete an application form together with a letter, outlining your skills and experience for this post, and send to Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA, at mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org


Closing Date: by 12.00 noon on Monday 20th April

Interview Date: To be confirmed and may be held as a Skype or phonecall.


You are very welcome to speak to Nicola Partridge, Headteacher, to discuss the position prior to your application: please contact Maria if you would like to arrange this.


Unfortunately visits to site cannot be facilitated at this time. Meadowbrook College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers are also expected to promote fundamental British values. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that require applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All cases are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed.

Salary:

MPS/UPS (£26,298-£40,490) + SEN (£2,209)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Mathematics Lead Teacher

Meadowbrook College

Required for September 2020 - Mathematics Lead Teacher 

TMS/UPS + SEN 1 + TLR 2.2 (£4,655) 


Meadowbrook College provides full and part-time education and support to children aged 5 to 16. We provide a high quality, safe learning environment in which to develop positive behaviours and skills for students who have been permanently excluded from school. We also offer a broad range of preventative programmes and support to enable students to access education in order for them to enhance their life chances beyond the college. Our staff work hard to ensure our young people achieve the best outcomes they can by creating individual educational packages which meet their needs and which equip them with the skills and attributes they require for their next destination. Our hope for our students is that they will re-engage with learning, be successful and achieve their goals. Our aim is for every one of our students to move on to college, school, an apprenticeship or employment. 


We are seeking to recruit a talented and skilled KS3/4 Mathematics Teacher who is also able to lead the subject across the college. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced teacher with the ability to inspire and motivate students and staff alike; a unique opportunity to make a substantial contribution to further improving outcomes for a significant group of vulnerable and challenging learners and to shape and develop Mathematics provision across the College. We are looking for applicants who are willing to work in either our Banbury or Oxford base. Leadership of the team will require you to travel across our sites (Banbury, Oxford) and support the extended team. 


As Mathematics Lead Teacher you will be: 

- a skilled practitioner in the classroom, with a proven background in managing challenging behaviour 

- experienced in working with KS3 and KS4 students and excited about the opportunity to work with our primary students to develop their numeracy and Mathematics skills 

- relentless in your approach to both engaging our students in and with Mathematics, and securing them the best academic outcomes 

- ready to lead a small team of secondary and primary colleagues in developing their pedagogy and practice and to together shape the development of the Mathematics curriculum 

- highly motivated, with a passion for your subject 

- have bags of enthusiasm, patience and perseverance 


Why work at Meadowbrook College? 

- Meadowbrook College staff are both professional and resilient. There is a “can do” attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of whom have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential 

- We offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing professional development for all staff 

- We are working in an ever-changing and expanding educational climate where the need for alternative provision solutions is increasing. Our provision is always adapting and new opportunities are always evolving. 


To apply please complete an application form together with a letter, outlining your skills and experience for this post, and send to Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA, at mrees@meadowbrookcollege.org. 


Closing Date: by 12.00 noon on Monday 20th April 

Interview Date: To be confirmed and may be held as a Skype or phonecall. 


You are very welcome to speak to Nicola Partridge, Headteacher, to discuss the position prior to your application: please contact Maria if you would like to arrange this. Unfortunately visits to site cannot be facilitated at this time. 


Meadowbrook College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers are also expected to promote fundamental British values. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that require  applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All cases are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed.

Salary:

TMS/UPS + SEN 1 + TLR 2.2 (£4,655)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

KS3/KS4 Art Subject Leader

Orchardside School

To provide strong co-ordination with high standards of planning and teaching for Art and Arts Award for secondary age pupils to GCSE level or vocational equivalent. Whole school responsibility for school displays and creating school newsletter. 


To work with SLT to assist development of policy, practice and targets for subject area. Ability to offer second subject if possible.


Salary: MPS/UPS   TLR 2a

Closing   Date: 15.05.2020

Salary:

MPS/UPS TLR 2a

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Primary Lead

Little Bridge PRU

KS2 PRIMARY TEACHER – PERMANENT

MS1-UPS3 - £24,373 to £40,490

REQUIRED April 2020

Bridge Short Stay School, Lichfield WS13 6SW

(Based at ‘Little Bridge’, School Road, Rugeley WS15 2PD)

 

We are seeking to appoint an experienced KS2 Primary Teacher with SEND and behaviour management experience to join us at our established Primary Short Stay School.

 

Our primary provision, Little Bridge, is based in Rugeley, Staffordshire. Little Bridge provides an education for up to a maximum of 16 students in the Lichfield, Rugeley, Burntwood, Cannock and Stafford area. Our students are either permanently excluded from school or attend on a short term preventative placement as they are at risk of exclusion.

 

The Bridge Centre was graded ‘Good’ after a Section 5 Ofsted inspection in June 2019. The staff team are very supportive of each other and we are working actively with staff at other similar provisions in Staffordshire to ensure that the most vulnerable young people in our society get the very best education.

 

Pupils at Little Bridge follow a modified curriculum with the emphasis on the six principles of nurture. All pupils have a personalised learning plan which is delivered through individual and small group teaching as well as through social and emotional development interventions. We follow a trauma- aware approach to teaching our pupils with the emphasis on relational repair and developing trust and engagement. The successful candidate would need to be familiar with the primary curriculum from EYFS to Year 6 and be confident in engaging methods of developing literacy and numeracy skills in reluctant learners.

 

This is an exciting opportunity to further develop experience in the assessment and management of challenging behaviour and to join the School at a key point in our journey. We are looking to build capacity in our teaching team so we are able to provide outreach work to our local primary schools- part of this role would become advisory in supporting mainstream colleagues on how to manage challenging behaviour more effectively.

 

Experience in mainstream/alternative provision primary education is essential, as is the willingness to be flexible and work as part of a team.

 

For an informal discussion and to arrange a visit please contact Andrew Burton, Headteacher, on 01889 221895 or alternatively email office@bridge.staffs.sch.uk

 

Closing date: Monday 16th March

Interviews will be held: Thursday 19th March

Salary:

MPS - UPS

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Head of Provision - Secondary Intervention and Reintegration

ACE Schools Plymouth

An exciting new role has been created at ACE Schools in Plymouth to take an operational lead of our secondary reintegration and  intervention base at Bretonside in the centre of the city.   We are seeking to appoint an exceptional, dynamic and inspirational Head of Provision who has a track record in providing consistent improvement in pupil outcomes. 

 

This is an excellent opportunity to take on a truly unique role, leading the day to day operations of a base that supports young people from across the city who have been permanently excluded or need a highly bespoke provision to support their education. 

 

The key priorities for pupils at Bretonside  are to ensure that we provide them with a package of academic/personal education and support that allows them to reintegrate back into schools or gain them routes into post–16 education. 

 

Our vision for the role is that the Head of Provision, along with the Senior Leadership Team will create a culture of optimism, partnership, resilience and achievement, in order to support young people to a better life through education and to prepare them for the challenges they may face.

If you have a strong record of raising standards and have a commitment to school improvement, as well as the passion and determination to make a difference then we want to hear from you. 

A job pack is attached to this advert and a full job description in contained within. If you feel that this could be the right position for you in the next phase of your career would love to hear from you. 

Visits to the school and a conversation with the Head Teacher directly are warmly welcomed and encouraged. To arrange a visit, phone call, or for an application pack, please call the HR office on 01752 396118 or email recruitment@aceschools.net 

 

ACE Schools Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and will be undertaken before a confirmed offer of employment is made to successful applicants. 

Salary:

£24,372 - £40,886(MPS/UPS + TLR2D + SEN point)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Headteacher

Hospital and Outreach Education Alternative Provision Academy

Following the promotion of our current Headteacher, the Local Advisory Board Members of Hospital and Outreach Education Alternative Provision Academy in Northamptonshire are looking to appoint an exceptional individual, someone who can inspire, motivate and increase the learning of students who are missing school through their mental health and medical needs; as well as lead and develop the staff team. Hospital and Outreach Education Alternative Provision Academy are part of The Skylark Partnership Trust.

Applications are invited from inspirational, motivated and exceptional individuals with a proven track record of successful school leadership.

 

We are looking for:

  • A leader with high expectations of excellence and in-depth knowledge and experience of leading.

  • A leader with a commitment to the principles of ethical leadership

  • An inspirational professional with the skills and personality to take this outstanding AP Academy further on its journey

  • The ability to demonstrate the vision and values of the academy in everyday work and practice

  • A leader committed to exciting and innovative approaches in all aspects of the academy’s work, in particular the use of IT to enhance the quality of our provision for both our staff and pupils’ experience.

  • A leader with excellent communication skills, who will inspire and develop the staff team and have an open and supportive approach

  • A leader who can build positive relationships with the whole academy community and wider stakeholders

 

We can offer:

  • An Education Trust who is committed to the provision of high quality education for pupils with medical and mental health difficulties.

  • Highly committed and passionate local advisory board, staff and parents

  • A strong and supportive team spirit amongst staff

  • Outstanding teaching within an exciting and challenging learning environment

  • Continued support for personal and professional development

  • The opportunity to work with children and young people, all of whom are unique individuals with specific emotional and health needs, and who come from all phases of education.  

 

For further details and an application pack contact Sue Valentine-Swallow, Business Manager at svalentine-swallow@nhoe.org.uk . The application pack is also available on our website www.nhoe.org.uk

 

Closing date: Wednesday 12th February 2020 at noon.

Shortlisting: Thursday 27th February 2020

Interview dates: Wednesday 25th - Friday 27th March 2020

Salary:

Group 4 L16 – 27, £59,528 - £77,818

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Headteacher

Olive AP Academy - Suffolk

Do you share our determination to give the most vulnerable children and young people access to the best education?

 

Olive Academies is looking for an inspiring headteacher who will lead our Suffolk academy in the next phase of its journey towards becoming an outstanding alternative provision school. We are keen to appoint a leader who:

  • understands the challenges many of our pupils face

  • has experience of leading an inclusive school

  • shares our determination to shape and deliver a continuum of inclusive provision for vulnerable children and young people.

 

We expect our headteacher to bring with them significant knowledge and expertise (this could be from a primary school, secondary school or pupil referral unit background) that they will share and embed at our academy. Based in Stowmarket, our headteacher will have the opportunity to develop strategic links with with a number of mainstream academies and schools, further developing the academy’s outreach service.

 

Our academies always welcome visits from potential candidates. Please contact Annabel Bates, Director of Academies, Olive Academies to arrange a visit or to have a confidential conversation about the role. T: 01449 613931 E: annabel.bates@oliveacademies.org.uk

 

Application deadline: Wednesday 5 February 2020 (12 Noon) Completed applications should be sent to helen.everard@oliveacademies.org.uk Download a recruitment pack and application form at : www.oliveacademies.org.uk/working-with-us/

 

About us 

Olive Academies is a not-for-profit multi-academy trust; it is one of the first academy sponsors specialising in alternative provision in England. We have three academies in Thurrock, Havering and Suffolk and an outreach service. Our network of academies support children and young people who have experienced difficulty in learning in mainstream schools. We work with pupils who are at risk of exclusion, those who have been permanently excluded from school and those who have medical needs. Our aim is to transform the lives of children and young people for whom traditional teaching methods have not worked. We help our pupils develop the confidence, skills and knowledge to believe that they can be successful in their own lives. Our approach is based on a globally recognised pedagogical approach, Expeditionary Learning, which accelerates learning and achievement for children and young people who may have experienced disadvantage, trauma and barriers to their learning. More information about our trust and the way we work please visit our website www.oliveacademies.org.uk. Olive Academies is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all our staff to share this commitment. At Olive Academies we can offer you... 

  • A great place to work. A supportive, highly skilled team in a working environment where your wellbeing is a priority. 
  • Attractive pay and conditions – a competitive salary is offered for this role and a generous relocation package. 
  • Access to a range of employee benefits to support health and wellbeing including Cycle Scheme, PerkBox, MyGym, Employee Assistance Programme and more. 
  • High quality CPD, strong links to mainstream schools and opportunities for career progression. 
  • The freedom to be innovative without the constraints of a mainstream curriculum. 
  • A chance to join a pioneering network of academies which is values driven and has children at the centre of everything we do.


Salary: £79,748 - £87,960 + wellbeing benefits package + relocation package

Salary:

£79,748 - £87,960

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Senior Researcher, Alternative Provision

Centre for Social Justice

Do you want to spend the next two years researching and campaigning to reduce preventable exclusions and improve alternative provision (AP)?

 

We’re looking for a senior researcher with a background in education research and/or working in schools or AP. We’re looking for someone who can problem-solve in a strategic, political way, drawing on a real-world understanding of the circumstances that lead to school exclusions. Leading on the AP improvement work, you will need to identify problems on the ground, collaborate on research to more accurately determine the local and national picture, and co-construct solutions to improve provision nationally.

 

You will work closely with several of our partner organisations, including The Difference, PRUsAP and Right to Succeed, in researching how to measure and improve quality in AP, and develop a strategy around unregistered provision.

Salary:

£35,000-£45,000

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Examinations and Data Officer

Stephenson MK Trust

We are looking for an experienced, proactive individual to be responsible for the management, administration, organisation and smooth running of the examination process across Stephenson (MK) Trust. You will also be required to provide senior management with information on examinations, assessments and target setting, as well as supporting the Data Manager in the management and provision of all necessary data. CVs will not be accepted but an application pack can be found on our website: www.stephensonacademy.org.uk or alternatively email recruitment@stephensonmktrust.org.uk

 

Closing date for all applications: Midday on 11 December with interviews taking place w/c 16 December.

 

Salary: Range 4/5 £21035to £26,235 (FTE), actual salary £18,850 to £23,510 per annum (37 hours per week, 41 weeks) dependant on qualifications and experience

Salary:

Range 4/5 £21035to £26,235 (FTE)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

School Counsellor

Mayesbrook Park School

Contract Type: Full Time – 1 Year Fixed Term Pro Rata

Salary: Scale 5 range 12-15 (£24462 - £25809 pro rata)

Required: Jan 2020

 

We are seeking to appoint a qualified counsellor with experience of working with young people 11-16 and  their families to enable us to provide onsite support and counselling to students and to broaden the support and services which we are able to offer to pupils, parents and staff.

 

The school counsellor’s primary duty will be the counselling of students aged 11-16; other duties include support for staff and work with parents. The counsellor will liaise closely with CAMHS and other agencies involved with the child and family.

 

Mayesbrook Park School provides alternative provision for secondary school students aged 11-16 in Barking and Dagenham. There are three campuses and you would be required to work across all three.  There are up to 100 students across the school, including permanently excluded students, KS3 pupils on short on track programmes and pupils with attendance and mental health concerns. Many of our students have special educational needs (SEND), mainly SEMH (social, emotional and mental health).

 

We offer:

  • Competitive salary;

  • Local authority pensions scheme

  • Friendly and supportive colleagues

  • Energetic vibrant and diverse environment where everyone is valued

  • Regular training opportunities

 

Visits to the school are encouraged and can be arranged by contacting Mandy Little  - telephone 020 8270 6734 or Mlittle@mayesbrookparkschool.org.uk

 

Please see our website www.mayesbrookparkschool.org.uk for further details about our school.

 

To apply for this role please apply using the following link:

 

https://ig24.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_LB_barking_dagenham01.asp?newms=jj&id=143365

 

All employees are required to abide by the Equalities and Diversity policies of the borough. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process will be undertaken on successful applicants including an enhanced Disclosure Check

 

Closing date for application: Friday 6th December 2019

Interview date: Thursday 12th December 2019

Salary:

Scale 5 range 12-15 (£24462 - £25809 pro rata)

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

Student Support Manager

The Pavillion

We are looking for a flexible and innovative person to join our team in the role of Student Support Manager. The role is to provide support for the emotional and social well being of the students and families, resulting in successful outcomes for all.

Salary:

£28,215

Closing Date:

Category:

Closed

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