Student Intervention Facilitator - Maths

Harrogate Grammar School, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 0DZ

This job expired on 18 May 2022

  • Application deadline

    18 May 2022 at 12:00pm

  • Date listed

    6 May 2022

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£17,874 actual per annum

Student Intervention Facilitator - Maths job summary

Student Intervention Facilitator – Maths

Harrogate Grammar School

Full Time, permanent role

Band 7 SCP 8 – 12 FTE salary range: £20,852 - £22,571.

Actual salary range: £17,874 based on 37 hours

Term time and training days plus 1 additional week per year

Pension Scheme plus access to wider staff benefits through Red Kite Learning Trust

This is a fantastic career opportunity for someone who is seeking a highly rewarding career and the opportunity to work with exceptional students and staff teams, in the stunning Harrogate Grammar School. The school prides itself on a clear set of values and a strong culture of respect which underpins everything we do, making our school a fantastic place to work. Sounds interesting…please take a further look.

This role offers:

Ø An innovative, committed, supportive and forward-thinking faculty

Ø A personal iPad to use for learning in and out of the classroom – all our staff and students have this

Ø Genuine ongoing opportunities for CPD across the school and wider Red Kite Learning Trust and Alliance

Ø Talented, engaged students who enjoy their learning

Ø A supportive culture offering a wide range of wellbeing initiatives for our staff team; cycle to work, shopping discounts

Ø An opportunity to work in a beautiful Yorkshire spa town

More information is in the Supporting pack; but please do also email or phone if you’d like to find out more, talk to the Headteacher, Neil Renton, or a member of our HR team. We would love to hear from you.

For more details and access to our on-line application form, please visit: www.rklt.co.uk/vacancies

Or to speak to someone about the role please call: 01423 531127 or email: recruitment@rklt.co.uk

The closing date to apply is noon on May 18 2022 although the campaign may close sooner subject to levels of interest and so we encourage you to be an early applicant.

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About Harrogate Grammar School

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
2038 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Welcome to Harrogate Grammar School, where we focus on helping each student become the best they can be by providing a positive, inclusive environment in which young people find and develop their strengths.

Our commitment to ‘excellence for all’ is delivered through a broad and balanced curriculum, promoting our REACH values of Respect, Excellence, Adventure, Commitment and Honesty. We dedicate ourselves to three central areas – a culture of respectful relationships, an aspirational and inclusive curriculum and expert teaching. Our teachers benefit from the latest research in cognitive science research, which informs us about ways of ‘making learning stick’ and our students benefit from an engaging curriculum that goes beyond the classroom. All of this is achieved in the context of a culture of respect.

Outside the classroom, students explore their strengths through numerous clubs, sports, trips, and enrichment activities including music lessons, the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, charity fundraising, productions, art exhibitions, debating and much more. Students play an active part in the global Eco-Schools programme, for which we were recently awarded Green Flag status. There is a wealth of opportunities for students to learn how to lead such as through Student Council, Senate, Student Leaders and as Head Students. Students enjoy the diversity of our wider curriculum that provides something for each child. Our recent Sixth Form’s Sports Academy Programme, for example, provides rugby and netball players with a pathway into professional sport.

Our drive is to support every young person as they develop as unique individuals by promoting an atmosphere of kindness and mutual respect. Through expert teaching and through a culture of commitment, HGS students make progress significantly above average in both GCSE and A Levels. Our impressive examination results, making us one of the highest performing comprehensive schools in the country, are the positive outcome of our culture of excellence, the dedication of our staff, the commitment of our students and the support of families.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our students. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Our approach is child-centred and we consider, at all times, what is in the best interest of the child. We have four DSLs (Designated Safeguarding Leads), one of whom is also the Safeguarding Lead for the 13 schools in RKLT. Each of the DSL’s is responsible for a specific key stage group but are on-hand at all times. We are committed to safer recruitment and all of our staff receive regular safeguarding and child protection training.

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