Teacher of Design Technology (Art & Design) TEACHER OF DESIGN TECHNOLOGY (MPS / UPS) FIXED TERM CONTRACT MATERNITY COVER FOR ONE YEAR Full time Start Date 25TH April 2022
National Apprenticeship Week: 7th-11th February 2022 Apprenticeships are a safe and secure alternative route to university. They offer a wage, holiday pay, benefits, cover study fees and offer practical experience alongside the theory of study.
2x Academic Mentors 2 Academic Mentors (One in Maths and one in Science) Full time (35 hours a week), fixed term contract until 31st August 2022 (This may be extended, subject to national funding) Salary £19,000 pro rata
SEND Teaching Assistants SEND Teaching Assistants 25 hours per week – Term Time Only ONE YEAR FIXED TERM CONTRACT (subject to funding) G4 (6 to 11) £19,171 - £21,166 p.a. (Actual Salary £10,831.33 to £11,958.47 pa)
Teacher of Science TEACHER OF SCIENCE (MPS / UPS) FIXED TERM CONTRACT MATERNITY COVER FOR ONE YEAR Full time Start Date 1ST March 2022
InvestIn are delighted to announce the first events in their Success Beyond School series for 2022. These are free-of-charge, live online seminars featuring career experts, designed to help parents amplify their children's career potential. They have 5 fantastic seminars this term, including topics such as 'how to help your child choose their career' and 'how to inspire young women to become entrepreneurs.' These events are for parents of students aged 12-18 and are free to attend. Click on the link below to register https://investin.org/pages/parent-events
Please see the open letter on our website (Step Together) https://www.josephleckieacademy.co.uk/letters for parents, we have a wonderful opportunity to work with Paul from Birmingham City FC on this project.-detached youth work to support students journey to and from school. Youth workers will provide points of safety along the main walking routes from school to reduce the potential risks of young people becoming exposed to violence or bullying. To help us understand if the project is making a difference, this may involve asking you or your children to complete anonymous surveys to understand whether they feel safe on their journey to and from school, and how you feel about their safety in the community. Our children have the right to feel safe and Step Together is an opportunity to improve those feelings of safety and confidence when travelling to and from school. We hope you join us in this journey over school year. Please visit https://westmidlands-vru.org/about/ for more information about ST and to find out more about the work of VRU.
New Year New Job - Learn about Apprenticeships 7th - 13th February 2022 - Save the Date! Join us to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2022 at an event aiming to provide young people, parents and carers with information about apprenticeship opportunities in the Black Country, Birmingham and Solihull. Featuring live vacancies, impact stories, support and guidance. Young people looking for work, parents and carers. Useful information for Years 10-13 about benefits of Apprenticeships, how to apply etc as well as the session for parents that teachers may also find useful. Black Country Careers Hub and various local Black Country employers & apprenticeship organisations. No registration required; you can access this event on our LearnLive channel https://learnliveuk.com/partner/black-country-local-enterprise-partnership/
Required as soon as possible an Academic Mentor in Maths and one in Science. As an Academic Mentor you will play a key role in the country's recovery from Covid-19, as part of the government-backed National Tutoring Programme. With the aim to reach 250,000 pupils in England that may have encountered barriers to learning, this is a unique opportunity to make a significant impact by delivering quality tuition sessions to small groups. We're looking for passionate, driven and caring people to support those whose education has been most affected by the disruption caused by the pandemic. As an Academic Mentor you will be employed on a fixed term contract by the Academy to deliver a tailored programme of support, unique for each our academy. We are looking to appoint a specialist to work with students in Maths and one to work with our students in Science to support with them in catching up and filling in the gaps in their learning and understanding of the work they have missed. Joseph Leckie Academy is a vibrant, exciting and innovative mixed 11-18 Converter Academy with an overall progress score of +0.46 (2019). With these excellent results and our continual desire and drive to continue moving forward towards outstanding, this is an exciting time for you to join our team. Prior to the pandemic, the Academy remained for three years as the top non-selective secondary school for progress in Walsall based on validated results and is one of the highest performing secondary schools in the region. The Academy continues to grow and thrive with approximately 1400 students. Our last Ofsted inspection in October 2021 judged the Academy to be good in all categories and for overall effectiveness with some excellent feedback, so this is an exciting time to be joining our Academy. We pride ourselves on our high expectations of all learners. This creates a calm learning environment where teachers can teach and students can learn. We offer a highly supportive environment and all academy staff are committed to ensuring outstanding teaching, behaviour, progress and achievement in a highly supportive environment. The role of this appointment will be as per the attached information although the precise responsibilities will be confirmed upon appointment. Please note that the post holder may be required to work outside of the normal Academy working hours for example for extended mentoring after school activities, Academy events and parent's evenings. The Academy is offering opportunities: To work with a highly supportive, experienced and visible team of staff To develop your role and mentoring and teaching skills working alongside our experienced teachers within excellent support and developmental opportunities to enhance your chances of further progression in the future An academy committed to doing the very best for our students The successful candidate should: Have a degree in a relevant subject at 2.2 or above (Maths or Science) and/or Qualified Teacher Status Have Level 4 (Grade C) or above in GCSE maths and English or equivalent Have a clear understanding of secondary schools safeguarding and child protection issues, programmes and support Be able to inspire students and get the best from them Be positive, enthusiastic and resilient Be an effective team member Be ambitious for further career development and enhancement Have highly developed inter – personal skills and excellent ICT skills Have a high standard of communication skills Be able to work effectively with parents Be positive, enthusiastic and resilient Meet the job specification criteria Further details and an application form can be obtained from Mrs Samantha Richards or our website: https://www.josephleckieacademy.co.uk/page/?title=Vacancies&pid=92 Joseph Leckie Academy is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of students and the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check. Please see the job description and person specification and ensure this is addressed in your application form. Closing date for receipt of applications: Thursday 3rd February 2022 at 3pm. Interviews will be held: Week commencing 7th February 2022 Applications to be sent to S. Richards; firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph Leckie Academy
Walstead Rd West
Principal: James Ludlow.