As a teacher at West Exe your time will be highly valued. You will not be expected to mark homework- this is already planned and set for you. You will not be expected to attend pointless meetings- our meetings have specific foci, and only happen on a Monday. You will not be routinely expected to handwrite feedback to students. Your lesson observations will not be graded but feedback will help you improve. Your lessons will not be disrupted by poor behaviour, our RTL system will remove students who cannot follow our rules so that you can get on with teaching.
You will receive fortnightly -1-2-1 coaching in order to make continual improvements within your teaching. This improvement will be aligned to the very latest in educational research and thinking. You will follow Schemes of Learning that are already planned and resourced for you. You will be supported by like-minded colleagues in an atmosphere of respect and creativity.
If you value knowledge, consistency of approach, the very highest academic and behavioural expectations of students and wish to be at the cutting edge of educational development then please review the list of vacancies below and apply (following the guidance in the attached documents) or consider adding your details to the West Exe School Talent Pool.
Join our successful and vibrant team at West Exe School
Current West Exe School Vacancies
Invigilators Required At West Exe School For 2018/2019
West Exe School is seeking to add to their pool of part time invigilators for the new academic year to assist during the internal and summer GCSE exams. The ability to work as part of a team is required. Working hours are flexible but good availability is essential. Experience of working with SEN students would be desirable but not essential. Full training will be given. Salary: £8.82 per hour.
The successful applicant will need to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and two references will be taken up.
If you are interested in applying for this role please telephone Mrs Louise Garratt, Exams Officer and Data Assistant on 01392 660100 Ex 176 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Inclusion Hub Teaching Assistant
Inclusion Hub Co-ordinator
The Bridge is a dual hub, intervention unit committed to assisting our partnership schools to support their students to be successful and remain in mainstream education. We will provide intervention and support to enable our students to return to their ‘home’ school or transfer to another appropriate school within the partnership as both an early intervention tool and as a ‘bridge’ to transfer. Our aim is to achieve zero permanent exclusions across our partnership with every child having a successful transition to new or more appropriate provision.
The Inclusion Reintegration Hub will be based at West Exe School, offering support with their curriculum, health and wellbeing, and personal development; enabling students to gain the support and skills they require until a managed transfer is confirmed and is successful. Our Therapeutic Support Hub will provide a more therapeutic approach through small groups and personalised intervention and will be based at Cranbrook Education Campus.
The Inclusion Hub Teachers will be responsible for the day to day delivery of curricular and specialised education within their hub. Working closely with the Inclusion Hub Co-Ordinator, you will establish and evaluate the needs of students and ensure support programmes are in place, adapted and delivered to achieve the ultimate goal of transition to the most appropriate educational provision for the child.
The successful applicants will have:
• A commitment to inclusive education and achievement for all
• Excellent communication, organisational and planning skills
• A knowledge of effective differentiation and planning for progress
• An ability to deliver inspiring, engaging and challenging learning opportunities for disengaged young people
The Inclusion Hub Co-Ordinator will be responsible for the day to day co-ordination, development and leadership of both Hubs. We are seeking a highly motivated, positive and capable leader, with a proven commitment to inclusive, innovative and inspiring teaching and leadership, where each and every child can succeed. This is the perfect opportunity for a developing middle leader who is seeking experience of managing and developing their leadership skills, building on their experience of developing and delivering inclusive education.
The successful applicant will have:
• A commitment to inclusive education and achievement for all;
• Excellent leadership, communication, interpersonal and organisational skills;
• A vision for the development of the Hub provision.
Secondment opportunities are available.
Enquiries relating to the posts should be directed to Aimee Mitchell, Headteacher by email.
Applications should be submitted by application form to HR@tedwraggtrust.co.uk and include a personal statement of no more than one side of A4 stating how the essential criteria are met. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on 19 October 2018.
The Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and operate in accordance with the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy. All applicants will be subject to a full Disclosure and Barring Service check before an appointment is confirmed.
This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English.
Contact Head of English for further information.