“Being the best version of Sprowston that we can be”
We are seeking to employ an enthusiastic and dedicated professional to work within our Pastoral Department. This opportunity may suit a recent graduate who is keen to gain experience of behaviour management in a secondary school setting.
The candidate will:
Work closely with the Head of Behaviour and Welfare, Behaviour and Welfare Leads of KS3/4, Heads of Year, Form Tutors, Pupil Premium and SEN Teams to support the academic well-being, achievement, attendance and behaviour of students.
Work within the Pastoral Department to support the learning and behaviour of students who have been removed from lessons in accordance with the school discipline policy and procedure and to provide intervention as necessary to support progress
Communicate directly with parents, guardians and carers in relation to progress, behaviour, safety, attendance and well-being concerns.
Sprowston Community Academy is a growing 11-18 school serving the North-east of Norwich. We are exceptionally proud of our place within the local community and our strong local reputation reflects this. We are an inclusive school and believe passionately that students need to be equipped as good citizens as well as good learners. The successful applicant will work with us to fully promote this ethos whilst also striving for academic excellence.
For further information about Sprowston Community Academy please visit the website sprowstoncommunityacademy.co.uk
To apply please s elect the ‘Apply now’ button and enter your details. Please include in the personal statement section of your application why you believe you are suitable for this role in terms of skill, experience and personal qualities.
You must “Submit” your fully completed application by the closing date/time.
Please note we reserve the right to commence interviews before the closing date and therefore early applications are encouraged.
Closing date: Monday 27 November @ 9am Interviews: TBC
This Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is likely to come under the requirements of the Childcare (Disqualification) 2009 Regulations, therefore successful candidates will be required to complete a declaration form to establish whether disqualified under these regulations. Applicants must be prepared to undertake an Enhanced DBS check and attend a Warner Interview. Right to Work in the UK will need to be established. If applicable the following will be required: a certificate of good conduct, for teaching posts, a letter of professional standing from the professional regulating authority in the country in which the applicant has worked.We are an equal opportunities employer.
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