Data Officer

Cyril Jackson Primary School, London, E14 8AQ

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  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    27 June 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    16 June 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type


Annual or full time equivalent salary

£27,009- £28,497

Actual salary

£23,864- £25,179

Data Officer job summary

Our staff are highly committed, hardworking and motivated. We are seeking to appoint an experienced Data Officer who will share our high expectations of achievement for all our children.
We are looking for someone who can take the lead role in the development, maintenance and management of record/information systems.
A successful candidate will be an effective professional who challenges and supports all pupils and staff to do their best through: inspiring trust and confidence, building team commitment, engaging and motivating pupils and staff, analytical thinking
For full details on this exciting opportunity, please refer to the Job Description.
Cyril Jackson Primary school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Vigorous checks will be completed prior to interview and references from applicants current/most recent employer will be requested.

The successful candidate will require an enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory references.

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About Cyril Jackson Primary School

School type
Academy, ages 3 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
Up to 492 pupils
Age range
3 to 11
Contact phone number

Cyril Jackson Primary School is a large and ambitious primary school. We have 480 designated pupil places, catering for children from Nursery to Year 6, with twenty of these places being given over to a borough-wide Language Resource Provision (LRP) for children with language disorders and associated learning difficulties. We are routinely oversubscribed.

The school is situated in London’s Docklands in an area of considerable socio-economic deprivation (School Deprivation Index = 0.39), juxtaposed against the comparatively new wealth of Canary Wharf. A large number of our pupils are entitled to Free School Meals (49.9% 2016 - 2017), and other contextual indicators associated with educational underachievement suggest that many of our children are subject to serious socio-economic disadvantages. The school has a high mobility rate (16% 2016 - 2017): this is principally a result of a local housing crisis which causes families to be moved from local accommodation to temporary homes in other areas, often out-of-borough. A number of our children are temporarily accommodated in the nearby Hestia Women’s Refuge. We do everything we can to overcome these barriers, narrowing the opportunity gap and equipping our pupils with the skills they need to succeed.

Although many of our children start school with skills which are well below the expected levels, the majority meet national expectations in English and Mathematics by the end of KS2. They therefore make outstanding progress across their time at Cyril Jackson. We are proud of this achievement, particularly in view of the contextual indicators described above. However, we are always striving for more, and we have ambitious plans to take our children’s attainment to even greater heights.

The school has high levels of SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) and additional needs. Including the twenty children in the LRP, the school has thirty-two full-time pupils with Statements of SEND or Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans. We have a reputation for exceptional SEND provision which has attracted the families of children with profound communication needs, autistic spectrum condition and significant cognitive delay, and we know that other services often recommend us to these families. A team of Speech and Language therapists and around thirty external agencies work with our pupils on a regular basis. The Language and Communication Group (Foundation Stage / Key Stage 1) and the Additional Resource Provision (ARP) group (Key Stage 2) were formed to complement our mainstream provision, and to meet the needs of some of our most vulnerable children.

The school is on a split site (the two school sites are a short walk apart). There are four detached teaching blocks on the south site of the school, including a nursery, the Language and Communication group, and the main building which houses the Reception classes and the Years 5 and 6 classrooms. The KS2 ARP group is also based on this site. Years 1 to 4 are based on the north site. Classrooms and teaching spaces are small.

The school has gained the following kite mark accreditations: Read Write Inc model school; Schools Financial Value Statement; Healthy Schools Status (silver award); Living the Olympic and Paralympic values; Sustainable Travel and Philosophy 4 Children.

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