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Cover supervisor – North Yorkshire– September 2020 (Possibly sooner)

Our client school in the surrounding York area would like to appoint a Cover supervisor to cover a range lessons. The school are offering an initial 1 term contract, which may be extended due to the nature of the position.

To be considered for this role, you must have previous experience of working in Schools, be flexible and be able to evidence good behaviour management. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to become a Teacher in the future.

About the School

Our belief in ‘Aspiration for all’ means that our students are at the heart of our decision making. We understand that safe and happy students are successful. We strive to ensure that all students leave our school, not only with the qualifications they need to access the next stage of their education or career of choice, but with the skills and confidence to make an active contribution to the communities to which they belong.

To secure this, our curriculum is constantly evolving as we respond to the changing needs of our students. We have a Stage not Age curriculum for GCSE option subjects and have built on our commitment to developing students’ leadership skills by introducing the Young Leaders Award. This complements existing opportunities such as our School Council, student Teaching and Learning group, Student Interview Panel and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

With almost 500 students, aged 11-18, we serve the community area, which gives our school a welcoming, inclusive atmosphere. We feel like a family and, as such, we know our students well making it a good place to work and learn.

We are proud of our achievements to date and I feel privileged to be leading the school through the next phase of its development, as we continue to improve for the benefit of our students.

Ethos & Values

Our vision in 2020 is of a school where all students, regardless of ability or background, achieve their potential. We want our students to be given opportunities to lead and take responsibility; to have a path to the next stage of their lives; and to do so in a happy, safe and inclusive community environment. Our school will work with its community and with partners in the education and business sectors to deliver outstanding outcomes.

To achieve this vision, we will:

  • Ensure that all T&L at all key stages is consistently good or outstanding;
  • Ensure that CEIAG is routinely excellent and tailored to the needs of all students;
  • Ensure that students have formal and informal opportunities to contribute to school life, and have an active role in their learning;
  • Ensure that all members of the school community show respect and tolerance for each other, and members of the wider community, and conduct themselves in a way which demonstrates their pride in our school;
  • Ensure that we have the right processes and relationships in place with parents, carers, students and other stakeholders so that they feel informed and engaged.

To be considered for this role please send your CV and covering letter or call Dave on 01482 908030 for further information

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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