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Learning Support Supervisor - Part-time

The Folkestone School for Girls, Folkestone

  • Ref:KCC886-5437-167S
  • Posted:27/05/2022
  • Pay:Actual Salary £12454 - £13050
  • Start Date:September 2022
  • App Close Date:27/05/2022 at 15:00
  • Interviews:Short listed candidates notified by 1st June

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Learning Support Supervisor

Required from September 2022

FSG Pay Scheme Band 4 Point 11-14 (£18329-£19205 pro rata)

Actual Salary £12454 - £13050

30 hours per week.  Term time only.

Fixed term to 31 August 2023

We are a busy, vibrant, and happy school – academically successful but driven to achieve much more. We believe that education must maintain a balance between intellect and character. An outstanding education is not either/or. It is both. We believe that qualifications are what girls get; they do not define who they are and will play only a part in shaping the people they become. Our academic curriculum therefore is only a part of what we do.

At the Folkestone School for Girls, girls do not complete an excessive number of qualifications. This allows them not only time to focus efforts on achieving the very best grades within these, but also time to participate in co-curricular activities and interests, both at school and at home. There is time to spend with friends and family and time, too, to just be a child.  A justifiable balance between intellect and character.

We seek to appoint a flexible, confident, kind individual for September 2022 to join our vibrant and successful team.  The successful candidates will be covering lessons in the absence of the teacher, working with individual students or small groups and providing administrative support as required. 

Applicants should have good interpersonal skills, be computer literate, have a flexible approach to work and the ability to work well under pressure.

You will need great people skills, resilience and enthusiasm and a capacity for sustained hard work. Perhaps most importantly, you will be positive, optimistic and have a can-do attitude to anything that will benefit FSG Girls.

You’ll also be able to get involved with our unique personal development and character education programme, The FSGBacc, which encompasses all sorts of activities – from our very own escape room or our own radio station through to our extensive Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme or our Combined Cadet Force Contingent! Sport, Music, Debate, Drama, Dance, Adventure – something for everyone!

You can find out all about our school and about our unique school vision and ethos via our school website.

 

Details of this position and an application form are available

on our website www.folkestonegirls.kent.sch.uk

or by email: KWhawell@folkestonegirls.kent.sch.uk

 

Only applications submitted on the school and Kent Teach application form will be considered

Closing Date: 27th May 2022 at midday                               

Short listed candidates will be notified by 1st June 2022

 

The Folkestone School for Girls is committed to the protection and safety of its students.

Applicants should be aware that we use the Disclosure and Barring Service

to assess suitability for positions of trust. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Information about the school

The Folkestone School for Girls is driven by the unshakeable belief that exam results are what you get; they do not define who you are and will play only a part in shaping the person you become. Our academic curriculum therefore is only a part of what we do! We want all girls to have the opportunity to explore and excel, to learn and to grow - not only in the classroom but beyond it. Alongside our unique personal development and character education programme, the FSGBacc, our international outlook is also at the heart of what we do and equally vital to our ethos; we want our girls to know that as human beings there is much more that unites us than divides us.

We believe that our curriculum should not just interest and inspire the girls, not just reflect and respond and be relevant to the world we live in but that we need to be much more ambitious; that the curriculum we teach should help to change the world for the better: a curriculum that teaches our girls to value themselves, value each other, value the world we live in and the world around them. A curriculum for values. A curriculum for empathy. A curriculum for wisdom.

A curriculum to change their world. A curriculum to change the world.

Our ambition for our school is to be the best in the world; nothing less. To be world leading and world changing; to know the whole child/every child and have a curriculum which develops the whole child/every child.

Our ambition for our girls is that they leave us after seven years well qualified and well rounded; intellect and character. They will feel ten feet tall, be bold and spectacular. They will have the knowledge, the skills, the drive, the courage, the wisdom, the optimism and the values to change the world for the better.

Intellect & character. This is our curriculum. It’s what we do. It’s who we are. We are extremely proud of it.

Come join us.

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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).