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Learning Mentor/Cover Supervisor - Term Time

Barton Court Grammar School, Canterbury

  • Ref:KCC886-5444-265S
  • Posted:17/05/2022
  • Pay:£18,448-£19,684 (full time equivalent £21,801-£23,
  • Start Date:1 September 2022
  • App Close Date:06/06/2022 at 09:00
  • Interviews:TBC

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Learning Mentor/Cover Supervisor - Term Time only + 1 x SDD

SALARY:£18,448-£19,684 (full time equivalent £21,801-£23,262) - BCAT 6

OUR TRUST

BCAT is a small, but highly ambitious Academy Trust consisting of 3 secondary schools in Kent, Barton Court Grammar School, The Charles Dickens School and the new free school, Barton Manor School.

Barton Court Grammar School (BCGS) is a state, selective, co-educational school with a strong reputation for its high academic standards and its caring and supportive ethos. The School is an accredited ‘Advanced Thinking School’ and is also the lead school of Barton Court Academy Trust (BCAT). The Charles Dickens School (CDS), a state, non-selective, co-educational secondary school joined BCAT on 1 March 2017 and Barton Manor School (BMS), our free school, which is also a non-selective co-educational secondary school opens in September 2022 to Year 7.

The Post

Governors wish to appoint an experienced Learning Mentor/Cover Supervisor for a September start to provide a complementary service to existing teachers and pastoral staff within the School, addressing the needs of students and supporting them in overcoming barriers to learning.

 

Candidates should have a good standard of education and ideally 2 years' experience of working closely with young people. However, support can be provided to the right candidate.

 

Excellent IT skills are required together with a willingness to learn other ICT packages. Experience of BROMCOM would be desirable although training will be provided.

 

A knowledge of safeguarding is key along with discretion, good interpersonal skills, and a willingness to work as a member of a collaborative team.

 

This is a term time only role plus one Staff Development Day.

 

Hours of work are 8.00am-4.00pm Mon-Thu and 8.00am-3.30pm Fri with a 30 minute unpaid lunch break, 0.8462 FTE.

 

Barton Court Grammar School is an accredited “Thinking School” with a strong reputation for high academic standards, a caring and supportive ethos and a commitment to professional development. The School has dedicated and supportive staff, well-behaved, motivated students and a thriving Sixth Form. An extensive well-being programme is in place with many benefits including reduced gym membership at CCCU, event afternoons throughout the year and other benefits offered by BCAT and Kent Rewards.

Closing deadline - Monday 6 June 2022 @ 9am. Early applications are encouraged and we retain the right to fill the vacancy before the deadline date

How To Apply

Applications for this post should be made online only via the School’s website. CVs alone will not be accepted. Please email your application to Mrs Roberta Light – rlight@bartoncourt.org

If you wish to discuss this post further please contact Mrs Light by telephone.

Barton Court Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application via the Disclosure & Barring Service and check against the ISA Barred List for Children.

Information about the school

Barton Court Grammar School is an 11-18 years, selective, co-educational, Grammar school in Canterbury, Kent. The School is highly popular and is oversubscribed.

Mission Statement (Support, Inspire, Achieve)

“At Barton Court Grammar school students are supported, inspired and challenged to achieve their very best in all that they do in order to reach their full potential and academic excellence. Students develop into independent and resilient learners who ae able to succeed in an ever-changing and technological world. When they leave Barton Court, students are articulate, confident and principled young people who have made a positive contribution to their school and the wider community.”

The School has an excellent reputation in the local community and was recognised by Ofsted under the new demanding Ofsted framework, in February 2020, as Good with outstanding features in Leadership & Management, Personal Development and Behaviour & Attitudes. It is an extremely exciting time to be joining the School; the School appointed a new Headteacher in January 2020 to work with the Executive Headteacher on the next phase of the School’s development.

Our focus is on achieving excellence in all that we do to support outstanding outcomes for all our students. This is evident in the way our community of students, parents, staff and governors all work together to provide an engaging learning environment so that each student thrives and achieves their full potential.

Subjects across the School benefit from having a team of highly competent and charismatic middle leaders. Exciting and innovative teaching is enabled by the scaffolding of colleagues’ skills through comprehensive continuous professional development which encompasses everything from bespoke workshops to the opportunity to observe colleagues, including our Leadership Team. Entirely committed to education, our facilities are second to none and include a shared Sports Hall and gym with Canterbury Christ Church University, a new block built in January 2018 which consists of 7 new Mathematics classrooms, 3 state-of-the-art Science Laboratories, new Kitchen/Servery and Canteen.

Excellence in teaching and learning is at the heart of our school. In February 2021 the School was re-accredited for the 2nd time as an Advanced Thinking School in recognition of the outstanding work we do in cognitive education. A Thinking School is “A learning community in which all members share a common language; where thinking strategies and tools are used across the curriculum and teachers and students have sound understanding of metacognition; where all students are developing and demonstrating independent and cooperative learning skills; where the school generates high levels of achievement and an excitement and enthusiasm for learning” (Thinking Matters) We are extremely proud to be the only Thinking School in Canterbury and East Kent and one of a few Advanced Thinking Schools in the UK.

Job Contact Information

  • Name:Roberta Light
  • Address:Longport, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1PH
  • Telephone: 01227 464600
  • Email: rlight@bartoncourt.org

Fax: 01227 781399

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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students. You are advised that this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and therefore this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).