- Job role
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Fixed Term Contract)
- £18,770.16 - £21,103.63 (Pro rata £21,403.00 - £24,055.00 FTE)
Study Room Manager
Fixed Term Contract
Salary: £18,770.16 - £21,103.63 (Pro rata £21,403.00 - £24,055.00 FTE)
Hours: 8am – 4pm Monday – Thursday and 8am – 3.30pm Friday
Closing date: 17-10-2021
We are delighted to introduce you to Havant Academy – a secondary school where we know every student as an individual and where the combination of excellent teaching, pastoral support and extensive facilities provide students with everything they need to reach their potential and become happy, successful adults. At Havant Academy, we pride ourselves on ensuring our students are engaged and involved in their own learning so they feel an ownership of their school. Students will achieve their potential in their examinations but, just as importantly, will develop life skills enabling them to be successful adults.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to join our school as our Study Room Manager. The Study Room is an integral part of our new behaviour system and is a strictly controlled venue where students will come if they cannot meet the behaviour expectations in their lessons. Working closely with a strong pastoral team, you will have the opportunity to shape the Study Room Provision to enable students to reflect on their behaviour choices whilst ensuring academic expectations are maintained. You will demonstrate the knowledge and experience needed to reintegrate students, identify and deliver intervention support and drive restorative practice in order that students better understand the impact of their behaviour on others and on their future lives. The students you will be supporting require the skills of a relentlessly positive and highly motivated individual who has a passion to drive success for our most vulnerable young people. This post requires a candidate who is committed to breaking down barriers for young people who can find education a challenge due to a wide range of reasons. This would be an ideal opportunity for someone who is working in a pastoral role and looking to progress and take ownership of the new Internal Exclusion Provision at Havant Academy.
For this role you will: The role requires the appointed person to manage the day to day running of the study room. The appointed person will receive students who have been unable to behave in their normal lessons and monitor their work for the day. Students will work for the remainder of the school day and complete work/activities set by the teachers and study room manager. The role requires rigour and high expectations of young people as well as the ability to support them emotionally and effectively.
For this role you will require the following:
Essential/Required: Have experience of working with young people at secondary school age
Be able to develop positive relationship with young people in a professional context
Be able to maintain a boundaried approach to daily activities
To have high expectations of young people
To be able to communicate effectively with parents and carers
To be able to report on students to parents/carers and to SLT
To be competent in data entry and information entry in to computer systems Desirable:
Any qualifications that support the inclusion of vulnerable young people
Be familiar with KCSiE, and worked within a school’s code of conduct
To be experienced in working within safeguarding within a secondary school setting Skills/attributes:
Able to distribute resources effectively Organised Relentlessly positive Warm but strict High expectations of self and others Creative
Due to this being a brand-new post it will be offered on a fixed term basis for this academic year. However, if the candidate and role are successful there is a strong likelihood it will become a permanent post. For an informal conversation about this position or to answer any questions please contact Jennifer Coates via email to Businessmanager@havant-tkat.org or telephone on 02393063592.
We reserve the right to close the vacancy early should we receive a significant number of applications. If you have not had any communication within 10 days of the closing date please take this as confirmation that on this occasion your application has not been successful.
TKAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment will be subject to the full Safer Recruitment process, including an enhanced disclosure and barring service check
Our Commitment - Equal, Inclusive, Diverse
TKAT is committed to inclusion, diversity and equality of opportunity by encouraging and welcoming differences, listening to individual experiences, aspirations and accomplishments and learning how to grow better together. We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, regardless of any protected characteristic; this includes applicants wishing to work flexibly.
Access to interview - should you be selected and invited to interview please let us know if you require us to adapt the interview environment. If we can accommodate practical workplace adjustments to assist we will.
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