Start: October / November 2023
Date: 24 September 2023
Kettering Science Academy
37hrs per week, term time only
£27,200 - £29,200 (Actual £23,365 - £25,083)
is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to start a career in teaching
or equally someone with more experience within education looking for a new and
require a self-motivated, flexible candidate to join a dynamic and
enthusiastic team. Our Curriculum Officers are key members of our team. They
make a valuable contribution across the academy ensuring that students continue
to learn in a supported environment when a dedicated class teacher is
unavailable for the period.
The successful candidate will:
- Supervise students on a
lesson-by-lesson basis in departments across the Academy.
- Ensure students remain on task
and make progress during their lessons.
- Assist students with their work,
helping them understand tasks and supporting them in their learning.
- Manage student behaviour and
follow up on good and poor behaviour issues according to Academy
procedures and policies.
- Be available for tasks and
deployment for such things as: accompanying Academy trips, workings with
students with SEN, invigilating examinations, collecting and displaying
- There may be a requirement to
lead a tutor group.
we can offer you
- Daily allowance for breakfast and
- A modern building with fantastic
facilities and resources.
- A supportive and friendly
community of staff and students.
- A full induction programme.
- Access to BWT Ambition Hub
training and development programmes.
Kettering Science Academy
Kettering Science Academy is an improving academy on its
journey towards ‘good’. We have made rapid improvements and we are now
relentlessly focussed on providing stimulating learning experience for all our
students. We actively encourage students to participate in all areas of academy
life, motivating and inspiring them to unlock their potential and realise their
ambitions. We believe education is about more than achieving success in exams;
it is about preparing students for the challenges and demands of life beyond
education. Staff have an uncompromising commitment to this and work closely
with one another to support and develop students as well as one another.
Our students come from all walks of life, and we want our
staffing body to be reflective of the communities we work within. Brooke Weston
Trust does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity or expression, nationality, culture, age,
disability, marital status or socio-economic backgrounds. We encourage and
welcome applications from minority groups and foster a work environment that is
inclusive as well as diverse, where people can be themselves.
We are a thriving community of equals dedicated to
creating a great place to work and learn; students and staff are happy and
proud to be part of Kettering Science Academy's journey to being the best that
we can be and we would like to offer you the opportunity to jump aboard and
join us for this journey!
If you think you can contribute to our organisation we
welcome your application. Applicants are required to complete an application
form as CVs will not be accepted.
About Brooke Weston Trust
Our Trust was formed more than 25 years ago with a simple
and clear mission – to transform educational performance in all of our
communities. Working in some of the most challenging contexts, we improve our
students’ achievements by making long term commitments to the community and
championing new approaches to improve the life chances for young people.
Our members of staff are essential to realising this
vision, and a happy, motivated and supported team will deliver the best
possible experiences for our young people.
We place great emphasis on creating a supportive and
collaborative working environment in all our schools, where all staff can share
best practice through our colleague networks. Brooke Weston staff get access to
first class professional development through our Ambition Hub, which is also
home to the Northamptonshire Teaching School.
To find out more about working for our Trust
and the benefits available to staff please check out the BWT Join Us Guide.
How to Apply
If you think you can contribute to this role and to our
organisation, we welcome your application!
Further details about the Academy and the above position
can be found on our website ketteringscienceacademy.org or by telephoning 01536
532700 and asking for Khloé Hughes, HRAdministrator.
Care and respect for others are the values that lie at the
heart of our Trust. The Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer and is
committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. It expects
all staff to share this commitment. All posts require proof of identity and as
the role is working with children and young people this will also be subject to
an enhanced disclosures barring service check.
A copy of the Trust Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
can be found here -Safeguarding and
The Trusts position on the recruitment of
Ex-Offenders can be found under section 7 of the Trust SCR, Safer Recruitment
and Staff Files Policy - Safer Recruitment and Staff Files Policy
Closing date: 24 September 2023
Interview date: Week Commencing 25 September 2023
The post is exempt from the
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order
1975, 2013 and 2020.
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