Cover Supervisor - Part Time

Recruiter
Wheatley Park School
Location
Oxfordshire
Posted
12 Apr 2018
Closes
14 May 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
COVER SUPERVISOR Part time - 30.5 Hours per week Monday - Friday (Term-time only) Hours negotiable for the right candidate Grade 6 £18070 to £20138 (£12406 to £13826 pro rata) Start date: Between now and September 2018 Are you an individual who believes that every young person can be successful; someone who is unwilling to put limits on what young people can achieve? If you harbour an ambition to begin a career in education, or are looking to continue to develop within our dynamic field and have an appetite to make a real difference, then this role is for you. Our post will suit an individual who has a desire to promote high expectations and aspirations for young people. We wish to appoint an individual who is able to promote academic excellence as well as social success; an individual who can relate to young people, and motivate, inspire and raise aspirations. Our role of Cover Supervisor would suit an individual who has the energy and enthusiasm to create a productive and inspiring learning environment. Following a period of induction and training you will take sole responsibility for classes of pupils, ensuring that they are able to access and complete the learning activities set by absent staff. We are looking for someone who has the ability to think on their feet and is resourceful; is happy with change and a ‘Can do’ attitude; has patience, a positive attitude and determination to succeed. We will offer you an opportunity to develop teaching skills; the opportunity to join an established and excellent cover team who contribute significantly to the life of the school; a diverse student community; opportunities for Continued Professional Development. Situated five miles east of Oxford on a unique and historic parkland site, Wheatley Park School is a highly successful mixed 11 - 18 academy and proud member of the River Learning Trust. We are a vibrant and dynamic school with a track record of improvement and innovation in recent years. In June 2016 the school was graded ‘Good’ by Ofsted. We are now on the next part of our journey to becoming a sustainably ‘Outstanding’ school in accordance with our core values of Everyone Learning and Everyone Caring. Our truly comprehensive intake is a mixture of both rural and urban with strong ethnic diversity. Our staff work exceptionally well together, providing a collaborative and supportive professional ethos. As a Google Reference School, we are proud to develop cutting-edge practice in the use of computers and IT in the classroom. Closing date: Midday Monday 30th April 2018 Interview date: Friday 4th May 2018

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