- Job role
- Teaching assistant
- Working pattern
- Full time
37 Hours per Week
- Contract type
- Fixed term (31st August 2022)
- £15,977.22 - £16,622.78
We are looking to appoint an Alternative Provision Tutor to work with teachers to provide teaching, learning and
pastoral support by working with individuals or small groups of students under the direction of the Senior
Leadership Team and may be responsible for some learning activities within the overall teaching plan.
This role will work within the classroom or appropriate area of the school site to complement the professional
work of teachers by taking responsibility for individuals or small groups under an agreed system of supervision.
Salary is dependent on current qualifications and experience, please see job descriptions for more information.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 27 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About The Compass Academy
The Compass Alternative Provision Academy is a member of the Sentamu Academy Learning Trust (SALT) situated to the north of Hull with open aspects. It also sits on the boundary of the East Riding, very close to the village of Wawne. It provides Alternative Provision education to students aged between 11 and 14. The academy provides a warm and friendly environment with staff and governors working together to provide a happy, secure and caring environment. We value the positive impact that restorative practice brings to the school community where all are valued and respected. Our curriculum is highly flexible and tailored to individual need and may change over time. We look for every opportunity to be innovative and maintain a 21st Century offer to students. The academy currently has the local authority commission 50 places with additional places commissioned by Hull secondary schools.All students within the academy have SEND needs, a proportion of which have EHCPs or are being assessed for EHCPs. Students benefit from a range of therapeutic support and individual plans to meet their needs.
Together we will create powerful and collective experiences of compassion, courage, achievement & meaning. Ultimately, supporting & encouraging our pupils to chart their own course through life as successful citizens.
We believe each and every member of our Compass family has the right to be successful, feel valued, loved and cared for.
• We aim to help pupils see their value and worthwhile feeling that they belong
• We aim to develop the skills of empathy, resilience and respect in each pupil
• We aim to promote lifelong learning through a broad & balanced curriculum