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St Clement's High School Wnat
St Clement's High School, part of West Norfolk Academies Trust is seeking an Asdan Tutor who will also take on cover responsibilities
The purpose of this role is to deliver the Asdan to the pupils who can display social, emotional and mental health difficulties and whose learning disabilities may be affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder or students who would otherwise struggle to access all GCSE subjects.
Asdan is taught to help students to develop and make full use of their abilities in their personal, social and work-related areas by strengthening their academic and vocational education by engaging and motivating them to enable each student to reach their full education potential, providing skills to assist independence when leaving education. The Asdan course is all coursework with no exams.
To supervise groups of students undertaking activities that have been previously prepared by teaching staff when the assigned teacher is absent on a short-term basis. There may also be a requirement to work with students at other times to support learning or pastoral activities or to provide other relevant support to members of staff.
Salary: Unqualified Teacher Scale U1-U6 (£17,208-£27,216)
For full details and an application form, please visit the vacancy pages at: www.westnorfolkacademiestrust.co.uk
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St Clement's High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This includes obtaining references and ensures compliance with the DBS process.
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Alternatively post your application to the HR Department, West Norfolk Academies Trust, Queensway, King's Lynn, PE30 4AW.
Please note that we reserve the right to close this vacancy as soon as we have a viable field. We advise that applications be returned as soon as possible.
Closing Date for Applications: 21-Jun-2019Please mention School Job Search when replying to this advertisement
A Secondary School of the West Norfolk Academies Trust
St Clement's is a vibrant and friendly community. We have a well-mannered, calm and purposeful working environment. High expectations are set at St Clement's, success is celebrated and the rewards scheme enable students to earn termly prizes for academic progress, high attendance and good behaviour.
St Clement's is a friendly yet focused school. Ofsted inspected us in January 2017 and graded us as "Good" in all categories. We have a committed staff who have worked hard to secure good exam results. Our students told the inspectors "the best thing about this school is the staff, they make the school what it is".
Students tell us that they feel safe and happy here, which allows them to concentrate on achieving the best possible progress in lessons. The school provides a broad and balanced curriculum and there is a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities available. Whenever our students work with people from outside they create a very positive impression.
St Clement's has converted to Academy status as part of the West Norfolk Academy Trust, developed from the success of Springwood High School and is focused on maximising the education of the young people in West Norfolk. Springwood High School was judged a "Good" school by Ofsted in July 2013 and in 2017 and has been recognised as one of the top 100 most improved schools in the country. This position is based at St Clements High School, a small 600 student 11-16 village High School. In 2015 our A*-C GCSE results including English and Maths placed us as the highest performing secondary school in West Norfolk. When in 2016 the main performance measure was changed to progress 8 we achieved +0.33 which was again the highest in the area. St Clements is an over-subscribed school, with a clear improvement strategy for continuing to raise attainment
Terrington St Clement is approximately seven miles from the historic town of Kings Lynn, from where there are regular train links to London and Cambridge. The picturesque North Norfolk coastline is also within easy travelling distance. The West Norfolk Academies Trust offers: *The opportunity to work and progress across a family of schools in West Norfolk. *The support and expertise of outstanding faculties across the Trust. *A full and detailed support programme for those new to the profession as well as for middle and senior leaders. *Preparation for the future promotion and responsibilities within the Trust for ambitious, creative and dynamic colleagues.