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Academic Progress Workers (2 Posts)

Reference:
7946
Organisation:
St Alban's Catholic High School
Place of work:
Ipswich
Salary details:
Job term:
Part Time
Hours:
Appointment:
Fixed Term
Closing date:
01 March 2021 12:00 PM
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  • £20,751 FTE (£14,631 actual)
  • Fixed term until December 2021 (with possibility to extend)
  • 30 hpw, 5 days a week.
  • 40 weeks (term time +2 weeks)
  • Required as soon as possible.

Post 1: Years 7-9
Post 2: Years 10-13

"Learning, Respecting, Caring"

The Governors are seeking to appoint two individuals that will be part of the strategy for ensuring student progress is supported in response to the impact of Covid 19. The Academic Progress Worker (APW) will work in a variety of settings within a framework of school expectations and procedures, supporting students, and on occasions their families and groups within the online learning and in school community. The APW will work with the Heads of Year and Subject Leaders to run an early intervention programme to identify students with potential and emerging learning needs, working with small groups and one to one with pupils as required to support catch up learning.

Candidates would preferably have previous experience of working with MS Teams or similar online learning platforms, working with young people and using SIMS within a school environment, must be organised and an excellent communicator.

St Alban's Catholic High School strives to provide an excellent education for our students within a caring Christian community where all are respected, valued and supported to achieve their potential. Our mission statement is 'Learning, Respecting and Caring' and through this mission we aim to inspire, challenge, support and value every student to achieve their potential.

In our latest Ofsted inspection, January 2020, we were judged to be 'Good' in all areas. Inspectors found that "the schools Christian values have a positive influence with pupils understanding the importance of the school community. They are polite, mature and considerate towards others. They respect and look after each other".

All staff have a responsibility and have a duty to ensure that their work and interaction with all individuals fully reflects the school's distinctive ethos and mission statement as a Catholic School.

The full job description, application and other forms are available at www.st-albans.suffolk.sch.uk

Completed application and disclosure forms should be submitted electronically to recruitment@st-albans.suffolk.sch.uk

All offers of employment will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check, evidence of Right to Work in the UK and satisfactory completion of all other pre-employment checks.



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