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Beverley Grammar School
East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary: Point 13 -£17,391 (pro-rata to TTO)
19 hours -part-time.
Beverley Grammar School is a vibrant 11-18 boys comprehensive with a Joint Sixth form with the neighbouring girl's school. We provide a consistent, respectful and highly supportive environment that enables students to realise their ambitions.
The main duties of the post include:
The preparation of classrooms to ensure they are equipped with materials and apparatus for lessons.
To facilitate small groups of students through specialist art processes and techniques under the direction of Art Teachers
Day to day monitoring of stock levels, ordering stock, checking deliveries and storing of Art Supplies.
Maintenance of Art Materials and equipment.
Display artwork throughout the school and for exhibition.
Framing and packaging artwork.
Completed applications should be:-
Mrs T Simkin,
Beverley Grammar School,
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by telephone or e:mail. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date please assume your application has been unsuccessful.
If you have any queries on any aspect of the application process or need additional information, please contact Mrs T. Simkin in the first instance on 01482 881531.
Closing date 10.00am on 28th January 2019.
Closing Date for Applications: 28-Jan-2019Please mention School Job Search when replying to this advertisement
11 - 18 boys' comprehensive with mixed sixth form.
We are a popular 11 to 18 boys' comprehensive, operating a joint sixth form with the neighbouring girls' school, Beverley High. We converted to Academy status in August 2011.
Situated in the picturesque historic market town of Beverley, Beverley Grammar School was founded in 700 AD by St John of Beverley. As the oldest state school in England, we strive to maintain our rich, traditional history by maintaining our historic links with the Beverley Minster.
However,as a forward thinking and innovative school, we pride ourselves on our open, caring, friendly and successful ethos built on trust, respect and teamwork. We are committed to the development of our staff which we believe is fundamental to the continual raising of standards and achievements of our pupils.
We were judged as outstanding (Ofsted 2003, 2006 and 2008) . To view our pre-conversion Ofsted reports click here. The staff and Governors are totally committed to returning the school to its former outstanding status.
Since our conversion to Academy status we have been successful in securing capital funding for a number of projects to improve the standard of the teaching and learning environment. We are committed to further enhancement of our facilities.