Academic Intervention Mentor

Stocksbridge High School, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S36 1FD

3 days remaining to apply

  • Expected start date

    1 September 2022

  • Application deadline

    4 July 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    20 June 2022

Job details

Contract type

Fixed term (1 year)

Annual or full time equivalent salary

Grade 5, Point 15-20,£23,953 - £26,446 gross per annum pro rata

Actual salary

£20,487-£22,620 (Under 5 Years’ Service)

Academic Intervention Mentor job summary

Post: Academic Intervention Mentor
Location: Stocksbridge High School
Pay scale: Grade 5, Point 15-20,£23,953 - £26,446 gross per annum pro rata
Actual Annual Salary: £20,487-£22,620 (Under 5 Years’ Service)
Contract: Fixed term for 1 Year, 37 hours x 39 weeks
Start date: 1 September 2022 – 31 August 2023

Minerva Learning Trust is an expanding Sheffield based multi-academy Trust with a vision of providing outstanding education for all the students within our schools. The Trust is passionate that all students should
see their time at school as happy and fulfilling with their potential developed to the utmost.

As part of our post-covid catch up strategy, we are looking to appoint an academic intervention worker to support students across the school in their development of literacy and numeracy skills. The successful
candidate with be trained to Level 3, HLTA status or equivalent or have a strong experience working with students in school. The main responsibilities will be:
• To provide tutoring for targeted students who are currently not accessing school due to anxiety
• To provide individual and small group intervention to vulnerable students supporting development of literacy and numeracy skills to ensure they are more prepared for qualification courses and examinations
• To address misconceptions with targeted students in maths and English – with support and guidance from subject specialist teachers
• To effectively communicate with subject leaders and classrooms teachers to plan delivery and track
progress and impact of targeted interventions
• To work with the SEND and Pastoral Teams to offer further academic support and to help reduce barriers to
identified students accessing the curriculum
• To support effective self-regulation of targeted students by providing in class support as required

Candidates are encouraged to visit the school or have an informal discussion about the role with Naomi
Layland- Deputy Headteacher. Arrangements for this can be made by contacting Hannah Taylor- Personal Assistant to the Headteacher via email:

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young peopleand expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to complete an
Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

The application form and information pack is available on the school website or Minerva Learning Trust Website Please ensure that you do not fill in a Sheffield City Council application form in respect
of this vacancy as your application may not be considered. Completed applications are to be sent to Hannah Taylor via email:

The closing date is 9am on Monday 4 July 2022 and interviews to be held later during the week

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About Stocksbridge High School

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
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School size
795 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

Stocksbridge High School joined the Trust in December 2017. Our aim is to create and sustain educational excellence for all young people, whilst still developing the whole person, building in them the skills they need to be confident, happy and successful.

Based in a superb new building we are proud to offer a stimulating environment for learning. As a growing school we have a unique opportunity to get to know every child individually, enabling us to
develop and support them throughout their time at our school. We are driven as a school to constantly challenge ourselves and to accept the challenge of our parents to improve all that we do.

We want all students to make progress from their individual starting points and achieve outcomes that enable them to move on to the next phase of their education at the highest possible entry point

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