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Start date details
19 March 2023 at 11:59pm
3 March 2023
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Full-time equivalent salary
- To be discussed at interview
What skills and experience we're looking for
The person we are looking for should:
- Be creative and hardworking.
- Have excellent personal organisational skills.
- Be adaptable with a good sense of humour and able to take the initiative.
- Have a calm and approachable manner
- Be a very good team worker with the capacity to build relationships at all levels across the organisation.
- Be proactive; a forward thinker
- Be able to work successfully as part of a highly effective team.
Qualifications and experience:
- Experience of working with young people
- A graduate with qualified teacher status or looking to become a qualified teacher in due course (Desirable).
- Relevant qualifications (both formal and through appropriate experience) to meet the challenge of the appointment.
- Excellent in-depth knowledge of the development of young people and the wider curriculum.
- Sound understanding of policies relating to Safeguarding, Inclusion and Behaviour
- Can use ICT effectively to support learning
What the school offers its staff
- A supportive, cohesive and exciting working environment
- The chance to work with genuinely enthusiastic and happy students
- Career prospects within an innovative and ambitious Multi Academy Trust
- A meal allowance, commensurate with your working hours
- Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
- Healthcare Cash Plan, from Westfield Health
Further details about the role
- Securing high standards of learning across the full ability and age range
- Having high expectations of young people
- Being able to work effectively as part of a team, to identify opportunities for sharing good practice
- Undertaking classroom supervision in the absence of teaching staff.
- Supporting the work of one or more curriculum areas.
- Taking part in whole school INSET activities to enhance job effectiveness.
- Accompanying students on trips, visits and other educational activities.
- Collecting any completed work and resources after the lesson and returning them to the
- Supervising students in line with the College Behaviour Policy; managing their behaviour to ensure a constructive environment.
- Ensuring students follow and complete pre-set work programmes.
- Ensuring registers, class and student records are maintained.
- Liaising with subject staff and providing any relevant feedback to departments. Where appropriate, adhering to the College’s agreed Behaviour Policy to record the behaviour of students during the session and any other issues arising;
appropriate teacher or subject leader;
- Assisting with the preparation of teaching materials and displays.
- Assisting with lunchtime/break supervision.
- Liaising and communicating effectively both verbally and in writing with staff, parents and external agencies.
- Adhering to strict confidential practices in relation to all personal information relating to students, staff, and parents.
- Attending and supporting College events including Parents’ evenings and Open Evenings where required.
- Participating in staff development and training and undertake safeguarding training.
- Dealing with any immediate problems or emergencies in accordance with the College’s
policies and procedures;
- In a controlled environment, to supervise students who have been isolated from their peers
as a behaviour sanction.
About Landau Forte College
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 19
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1132 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 19
- Ofsted report
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- School website
- Landau Forte College website (opens in new tab)
- Email address
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic non-teacher to work across year 7. Alongside the Heads of Year, the successful candidates will play a key role in the progress and achievement of all students. The main role of the Deputy Head of Year is to work collaboratively with and in support of Heads of Year, Senior Leaders and the Student Support Team to provide comprehensive care, support and guidance for students in Year groups in order to ensure they meet the school’s high expectations of attitudes to learning, behaviour and attainment. The type of people we are looking for are likely to possess infectious enthusiasm, a reliable and highly organised individual, who can multi-task, with a professional and friendly disposition. They will be resilient, driven, determined, and ambitious. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a leading educational organisation at the cutting edge of educational development.
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