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  • Job start date

    1 January 2023

  • Closing date

    5 December 2022 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    28 November 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Actual salary

£14,268 actual salary (£19,680 fte)

What skills and experience we're looking for

  • Follow programmes of intervention aimed at improving, for example, literacy, numeracy and self-esteem
  • Work within different subject areas to provide in-class support for students with special needs and SEMH
  • Be aware of the factors that affect students' social, emotional and mental health and support in this
  • Actively encourage students to participate in learning tasks and activities consistent with their developmental level, physical abilities and medical conditions
  • Provide praise and encouragement to students to recognise and promote confidence and self esteem
  • Be able to recognise and refer any safeguarding issues by following school policy
  • Carry out any other reasonable duties as required by the Centre Manager

Professional skills and attributes

  • Communicate openly and honestly with colleagues whilst maintaining confidentiality
  • Be able to build effective nurturing and learning relationships with students, whilst maintaining professional boundaries
  • Demonstrate sensitivity and understanding for building good relationships with children
  • Active listening skills to understand the students' needs
  • To be flexible and open to change for working on different activities
  • To enjoy working with other people in a small scale learning environment
  • The ability to create the best conditions for learning or teaching new things
  • Communicate effectively with parents and carers to support students' needs
  • Keep records, monitor progress and liaise with parents/carers
  • Give encouragement and feedback using language and vocabulary which the student is likely to understand
  • To be able to carry out basic tasks on a computer

What the school offers its staff

WHY CHOOSE US?

The View @ East Street is a provision based in the heart of Tonbridge. It is a comfortable and small-scale study centre for 16 to 18-year-old students. This Satellite Centre, of the highly successful Hillview School for Girls, offers the highest level of support through a personalised and nurturing approach to its students, with dedicated pastoral support, counsellors and support mentors. This centre supports young people who would benefit and prefer to study in a smaller learning environment.

Within the centre we also support Year 11 students from other local schools with an anxiety-based school avoidance programme. With our first cohort of Post 16 and Year 11 students last year, there is proven success of the work we do with our students with 97.5% of all our students having a positive destination in education or training.

Additional Learning Support at TV@ES is designed to remove any potential barriers to learning and ensure successful outcomes. We work closely with all our students and parents to organise support and make reasonable adjustments to their learning experiences to enable positive outcomes emotionally, socially and academically.

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About Hillview School for Girls

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1421 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Hillview School for Girls is a large non-selective, single-sex school with a co-educational Sixth Form. The school is oversubscribed and is highly popular within the local area, attracting students from all ability ranges, with an interest in creative subjects, a supportive pastoral ethos and high expectations. We are a high-attaining Single Academy Trust with attainment being amongst the top non-selectives in Kent and performing within the top 10% of all schools nationally based on Progress 8 in 2018. The school is proud of its Performing Arts Specialism and has a long-standing record of high achievement in these subjects and across the curriculum over many years. Ofsted visited in 2018 and the school achieved a Good grading, the school is well on it’s way to Outstanding. Our belief is around the pure potential and possibility of the child. Our vision is that “Students unlock their pure potential to drive their future and thrive in society”. We believe that our students can achieve highly and can be successful, we do not limit their success and support our students to believe in themselves and reach for the very highest standards. To achieve this we maintain a supportive, respectful environment where we all work together to make Hillview the very best it can be. We have focused and calm learning environments, where students come to learn and teachers can teach, with a robust behaviour management system to support where needed. As a school we value a broad and flexible curriculum. We do not limit our students to studying the EBACC and allow a relatively free choice across GCSEs and one of the widest range of subject offers at KS5. We believe that students should be able to study the subjects where they are able to succeed and thrive and actively support skills and knowledge development within all areas of study. We offer a wide range of opportunities and believe that it is through engagement within these opportunities that the students can show most growth and development personally. This is supported through our PDL curriculum that runs throughout the school and supports the students in understanding themselves, the world around them and how to manage their lives. This includes a strong careers programme that aids learners in making choices for the future through well-planned and provisioned careers workshops. Our expanding Sixth Form is successful and popular, with students choosing our provision for many reasons: the performing or creative subjects, for a range of academic studies or for the breadth of choice. Students’ progress to universities, specialist performing arts and creative arts college/schools, apprenticeships and employment.

Arranging a visit to Hillview School for Girls

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email dennetta@hillview.kent.sch.uk.

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