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Teacher of Business Studies & Computing

1 Year Fixed Term Contract
MPS/UPS
Early Career Teachers are welcome to apply

Closing Date: Sunday 3rd July (Midnight)
Interviews week commencing Monday 4th July
Start date: 1st September 2022

We are looking to appoint an inspirational and highly motivated teacher to work across our business and computing departments. The successful candidate will have good computing and/or business knowledge and take a keen interest in research behind teaching methodologies in the classroom. Computing is taught in all year groups and both Computing and Business Studies are popular options at GCSE. We require the successful candidate to teach GCSE Business Studies and KS3 Computing with the possibility of GCSE Computing for a teacher with experience and/or qualification in Computing.

The computing department ensures that all learners in Key Stage 3 use and develop a wide range of computing/ICT resources and tools confidently, flexibly and creatively across the school. There are 3 dedicated computer suites that are reliable, up to date and well resourced. In Key Stage 4 GCSE Computing and GCSE Business Studies are well established, with 6 classes of Computing and 7 classes of Business Studies across Years 10 and 11.

Curriculum trips are planned to support students’ learning in business and computing, including links with local businesses and the community as well as National Cyber Security organisations.

The departments consist of a full time Head of Department and 4 teachers, including a Deputy Headteacher. The post would suit an experienced teacher or a newly qualified teacher who is able to contribute to the department with input on teaching practice and extracurricular experiences for our students. Support and continuing professional development will be available for the successful candidate to develop their subject knowledge in Computing or Business Studies dependent on the candidate’s knowledge and experience.

The post will provide an opportunity for a well-qualified and dynamic teacher to join our successful Departments that are determined to excel, and to help the school in its journey from ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’.

Letter from Headteacher

Job Description

Person Specification

Business Studies & Computing Department Information

Teacher of Music

1 Year Fixed Term Contract Post
0.4 (Full Time Equivalent)
Main Professional Scale/Upper Pay Scale (pro-rata)
Early Career Teachers are welcome to apply

Closing Date: Sunday 3rd July 2022
Interviews towards the end of the week commencing Monday 4th July
Start Date: 1st September 2022

We are looking to appoint an inspirational and highly motivated teacher to join our music department. The successful candidate will be passionate about music and take a keen interest in research behind teaching methodologies in the classroom. Music is taught in all year groups and we require the successful candidate to teach across a full range of age and ability.

The music department is currently undergoing a full rebuild and refurbishment programme. In September the music department will have brand new rooms and facilities, with two newly built music suites. The music department offers a range of extracurricular activities, hosts well attended musical concerts during the year, and provides the music for our annual school production. Many students attend peripatetic music lessons offered by external tutors.

The music department consists of a full time Head of Department and one part time teacher (the advertised post). This post would suit an experienced teacher or a newly qualified teacher who is able to contribute to the department with input on teaching practice and extracurricular experiences for our students.

The post will provide an opportunity for a well-qualified and dynamic teacher to join a successful Music Department that is determined to excel, and to help the school in its journey from ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’.

Please note – this is initially a Part Time (0.4 FTE), Fixed Term Contract for one academic year but may turn into a permanent post for the right candidate.

Letter from the Headteacher

Person Specification

Job Description

Music Department Details

Teacher of Art
1 Year Fixed Term Contract
0.7 (Full Time Equivalent)
Main Professional Scale/Upper Pay Scale
Early Career Teachers are welcome to apply

Closing Date: Sunday 3rd July 2022 at Midnight
Interviews to be held towards the end of the week commencing Monday 4th July 
Start Date: 1st September 2022

Required from 1st September 2022, we are looking to appoint an inspirational and highly motivated teacher to join our Art department.

The successful candidate will be passionate about Art and take a keen interest in research behind teaching methodologies in the classroom. Art is taught in all year groups and is a popular GCSE option, with 4 classes in Key Stage 4. We require the successful candidate to teach across a full range of age and ability.

The Art department has 2 large specialist classrooms, a large art store, office space, and an additional large classroom with a kiln for clay work. The department is supported by a part time art technician. The art department have established community links and our students have created art work for local businesses and community projects. The Art department consists of a full time Head of Department and one part time teacher (the advertised post). This post would suit an experienced teacher or a newly qualified teacher who is able to contribute to the department with input on teaching practice and extracurricular experiences for our students.

The post will provide an opportunity for a well-qualified and dynamic teacher to join a successful Art Department that is determined to excel, and to help the school in its journey from ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’. This post is initially a Part Time (0.7 FTE) Fixed Term Contract (1 Year) with the potential to become permanent.

Letter from Headteacher

Job Description

Person Specification

Art Department Details

Deputy Head of Year 7

Permanent Contract
Full Time Post (37 hours per week, term time only)
Grade 7 Level 1 – 4   
Salary:  £25,379 – £27,541 per annum pro rata 

Closing Date – Sunday 3rd July 2022 (Midnight)
Interviews – Thursday 7th July 2022
Start Date – 1st September 2022

There is an exciting opportunity to join our highly successful and inclusive pastoral team at Millthorpe School. We are seeking to recruit a Deputy Head of Year 7, to start 1st September 2022, assisting the Head of Year in the leadership of the year group.

The successful candidate may not have specific experience of working in a secondary school but should have experience of working directly with adolescents and possess relevant skills that they are willing to share with the rest of our team.

Please study the Job Description and Millthorpe Mission & Values.

As well as completing the Application Form, please write no more than 2 sides of A4 explaining how your experience to date meets the Job Description.

Job Description

Letter from the Headteacher

Mission & Values

Teaching Assistant Level 3

30 hours per week
Grade 6 Level 1-4 (£22,373 to £24,875 per annum) reduced pro rata
Closing date: Sunday 26th June 2022
Interview date: Week Commencing Monday 27th June 2022

Millthorpe School is seeking a resourceful, innovative and enthusiastic teaching assistant to start in September 2022, working with individuals and small groups of students to improve accessibility to mainstream curriculum and inclusion in school.

In Millthorpe we are proud of the work our whole school intervention team make in securing the best possible outcomes for our most vulnerable learners. We already offer a wide menu of interventions but are always keen to build on this effective way of working.

The successful candidate will have increased responsibility in that he/she/they will plan, manage, deliver and audit a range of interventions. These interventions may target learning or emotional need and may be delivered individually or whole class. There may also be some class support involved. The candidate will also keywork a case load of students, attending meetings and liaising with parents as necessary.

This post is paid full year and there is therefore an expectation to work outside of core hours (in line with contracted hours) to ensure maximum efficiency of interventions.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Teaching and / or leading experience
  • Experience of supporting students with additional needs
  • Experience of delivering a school based intervention
  • Outstanding organisational skills
  • The ability to effectively feedback to staff, pupils and SENDCo
  • Flexibility to work with a variety of staff and students
  • Commitment to the growing development of the Inclusion Department.

The work of the Inclusion Department is routinely under development. It is hoped the successful candidate will bring their own ideas to add to our work.

Millthorpe is a popular and successful school rooted in its community close to the heart of the historic city of York. You will be joining a warm, inclusive and motivated team of over 100 colleagues.

Please email completed applications to recruitment@southbanktrust.co.uk for the attention of Victoria Armitage.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  We will require all successful applicants to undertake an enhanced criminal records check via the DBS.

Job Description

Classroom Teaching Assistant – Level 2

26 hours per week, 9.00am to 3.00pm Monday to Friday, Term time
Grade 4 Level 1-4 (£19,195 to £20,363 per annum) reduced pro rata
Closing date: Sunday 26th June 2022
Interview date: Week Commencing Monday 27th June 2022

Millthorpe School is seeking to recruit a Classroom Teaching Assistant to work in our
successful Inclusion Department. The successful applicant will support individuals in
the classroom or in the Inclusion base. They will support the progress of students in
terms of their academic progress or emotional needs under the direction of the class
teacher. The role may also involve responsibility for some learning activities or
interventions.

The person we are looking for may have experience that is appropriate to working
with children in a learning environment, and an awareness of children/young
person’s development and learning. However, an interest in developing these skills
will equally be considered. Most importantly, applicants will have excellent
interpersonal skills in order to build relationships with a range of staff, children,
young people and their families and carers.

Millthorpe is a popular and successful school rooted in its community close to the
heart of the historic city of York. You will be joining a warm, inclusive and motivated
team of over 100 colleagues.
Further details are available on the school website: www.millthorpeschool.co.uk
Please email completed applications to recruitment@southbanktrust.co.uk for the
attention of Victoria Armitage.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We will
require all successful applicants to undertake an enhanced criminal records check
via the DBS.

Job Description

School Cleaner

20 hours per week, hours will be worked between 6am – 8am and 3.30pm to 7.30pm
Full year or Term time only option
Grade 1 Level 1 (£18,332 per annum) reduced pro rata

Closing date: Sunday 10th July 2022
Interview date: tbc

Millthorpe School is seeking to recruit a school cleaner for 20 hours per week between the hours of 6-8am and 3.30-7.30 pm (Flexible)

  • Duties include working as part of the team to clean the school, emptying bins, hoovering, polishing and general cleanliness.
  • To carry out periodic cleaning tasks which includes high level dusting, wall washing, removing chewing gum from under desks and tables, cleaning the inside surfaces of all windows, cleaning behind radiators, removing curtains and blinds for cleaning, dusting picture frames and other similar duties.

Millthorpe is a popular and successful school rooted in its community close to the heart of the historic city of York. You will be a joining a warm, inclusive and motivated team of over 100 colleagues.

Please find below our Application Form which it used for all roles (Teaching & Support)

Application Form – pdf version

Application Form – Word version

Completed application forms should be posted or emailed to:

Recruitment
South Bank Academy Trust
Woodthorpe Primary School
Summerfield Road
York YO24 2RU
recruitment@southbanktrust.co.uk

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