Are you great at understanding the more challenging
students? Are you genuinely interested in them and able to help them see their
own potential? Can you support them to make a change?
The role and what we’re looking for
This is an exciting opportunity to work closely
with our Behaviour for Learning Lead, as well as pastoral staff, to support the
learning of some of the most challenging pupils in our academy. You will make a difference to the life
chances of children equipping them with the tools to get back into full time
You will be working with a great team of staff who
believe all students deserve our full support to achieve their very best.
We have a strong programme of staff development and opportunities to work with
a wide variety of professionals in the academy and local community.
Our offer to you
When you join the Sholing family there are several offers you will
receive that make us stand out as an employer of choice. These include but are
not limited to:
for training and development internally and externally – including
certifications, with access to NPQML, NPQSL, and NPQH programmes through Oasis
workload through the Oasis curriculum resource bank
benefit teachers’ pension
Cash Plan Scheme
use of our dedicated gym area
to free counselling service
IT provision to support teaching, including your own laptop and iPad
- A friendly environment with colleagues who care
Oasis Charitable Trust is wholly committed to ensuring that all children and adults at risk who engage with Oasis activities across the Oasis group through its subsidiaries (Oasis UK, Oasis Community Learning, Oasis College, Oasis Community Partnerships, Oasis Aquila Housing and STOP THE TRAFFIK), are cared for in a safe and secure environment. To fulfil this commitment, a number of safeguarding arrangements are in place.
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