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  • Closing date

    26 July 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    20 June 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Teaching assistant

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Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£20,917.00 - £21,265.00 Annually (Actual) Salary: £20,917 - £21,265 per annum pro-rata (FTE: £24,043 - £24,442) (according to experience)

Inclusion Room Manager job summary

The Windsor Boys' School is seeking to appoint an Inclusion Room Manager to work for the Assistant Headteacher to manage the inclusion room which accommodates students who have been removed from lessons for a fixed period of time.

The role requires that ideally you:

Have high standards and expectations

Have high aspirations for what young people are capable of

Have some experience in coaching and/or mentoring

Have excellent organisational and behaviour management skills

Can clearly communicate with others

Can manage small groups of students

Are committed, enthusiastic, determined and have attention to detail

Understand the additional needs of students with barriers to learning

This post is a term-time appointment, 36 hours per week – with a daily start time of 8.10am and 30 minutes lunch break. Staff on term-time contracts are required to arrange their holidays within School holiday periods.

Windsor Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service. CVs will not be accepted in place of an application form.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please access the school’s website where further information can be found: www.twbs.co.uk or alternatively email Mrs Jo Howarth at jhowarth@twbs.co.uk

Commitment to safeguarding

Windsor Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks. CVs will not be accepted in place of an application form.
If you are interested in applying for this position please access the school’s website where further information can be found: www.twbs.co.uk or alternatively email Mrs Howarth at jhowarth@twbs.co.uk

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About The Windsor Boys' School

School type
Academy, ages 13 to 18
Education phase
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School size
966 pupils enrolled
Age range
13 to 18

The Windsor Boys' School is a 13-19 boys' school which seeks to retain the best of a traditional ethos based upon over 100 years of achievement, with a modern, forward- thinking approach that prepares young men for success in the 21st century.

We provide our students with a variety of challenging opportunities for learning, development and growth. They will learn that personal and social development involves taking responsibility not only for themselves, but also for all those around them. Our success will be measured both by first-class examination results and also the extent to which we provide an environment in which students are happy and can flourish.

To achieve this, we aim to be a school where:

• every student has the opportunity to reach his full potential through lessons that are academically challenging and engaging;

• there is an enthusiasm for learning, an encouragement of effort and a celebration of success;

• fairness, hard work and discipline are respected by all;

• there is outstanding provision for extra-curricular activities;

• students feel valued and are an active member of the community;

• students are well-equipped for life in a diverse and changing society.

Our curriculum is broad and balanced offering learning across the full range of subjects, and personalised appropriately to meet individual needs. Although there is a large core of traditional subjects on offer, we deliver high quality STEM pathways and vocational qualifications too. The school delivers a very positive value added score and the core subjects are consistently above average for pupil progress: the school’s progress 8 measurement is very strong and places us significantly above average for boys’ progress nationally. Students’ attainment and progress in mathematics and in other subjects at GCSE is outstanding, which is quite an achievement considering the school has a comprehensive intake.

At A level a very wide range of academic and vocational subjects are successfully delivered. There have always been high rates of university entrance. This is now the school of choice for many in the area both for achieving academic success and for its famous sporting prowess.

The school places great emphasis on developing the quality of teaching and increasing standards for learning. All teachers contribute to real action research as part of their professional development and often work across subject teams. For newly qualified teachers there is a strong programme of support from mentors and team leaders, as well as timetabled training sessions. For aspiring leaders we run programmes to enable them to experience middle leadership and senior leadership and gain appropriate qualifications. The school has a long history of working with GTPs and we are now a lead provider for Schools Direct.

Our high quality co-curricular provision provides tremendous opportunities for all, especially in the arts and in sport, as well as a wide range of more specialised activities, like a physics society, debating club and Duke of Edinburgh awards. Students represent the school at national and international level. The school is famous for sport and, above all, rowing. The school has a boat house on the nearby Thames and our under 18s have achieved tremendous success in recent years. Football has also seen real growth, culminating in the U16 team winning the national school’s FA cup. Similarly our rugby teams play against the major public schools and tour to Australia and Canada. Athletics, hockey, squash and cricket are also strong. We have a sports pavilion, extensive playing fields including a large AstroTurf pitch, and tennis courts.

The school is also a specialist arts college and consistently gains the Artsmark Gold award. Drama is famously good and ambitious often collaborating with girls from Windsor Girls' School. There is an excellent drama studio and a performing arts studio. Imaginative cross-curricular work in a languages and drama collaboration has been praised by Ofsted. Music is formidable – we have every kind of instrumental tuition and bands including a full orchestra, jazz band, close harmony singers and a strong choir that has performed at the Albert Hall. Our very successful band, famous for playing for the Queen, enjoyed a first in playing at the International Network of School Leaders in Beijing.

We have high expectations of student behaviour and expect good working relationships between teacher and student. The behaviour of pupils in the school is genuinely good and the atmosphere is relaxed and civilized - boys look you in the face and smile at their teachers. The strong professional relationship between teachers and pupils creates a safe learning environment which enables students to be successful in their learning.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in May 2023 and was given a resounding ‘good’ judgement.

The school is a founding member of The Windsor Learning Partnership and is an academy in a multi academy trust with Windsor Girls’ School, and other local schools. Plans to expand further will afford many opportunities for staff and students alike and shape the next stage of the school’s development.

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