Vacancies

Ashlawn School is currently expanding.  We are therefore currently recruiting extra teaching staff to facilitate this.

Ashlawn was graded as ‘Outstanding’ in its last Ofsted inspection. It is a popular and oversubscribed co-educational, comprehensive, bi-lateral school with 1811 students on roll, 461 of whom are in the Sixth Form. Ashlawn is a lead school in Warwickshire for Gifted and Talented learning.

As a National Support School, we offer fantastic professional development opportunities within and beyond the school. In 2011 Ashlawn became an Academy Trust which retains the same values and principles that are the foundations of the school’s success and upon which we intend to go beyond ‘outstanding’ to becoming a truly world class school. We were inspected by OFSTED in November 2013 and achieved “Outstanding” in all categories.

To apply for any post return your completed application to NICOLA FOSTER - HR Manager by email at vacancies@ashlawn.org.uk. If you have a query regarding this post please email Nicola directly at fostern@ashlawn.org.uk

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If you would like to register your interest in working at our school we now accept CV’s. CV’s should be sent to Nicola Foster by email at vacancies@ashlawn.org.uk . As and when positions become available we will contact you with information.

Are you a former Ashlawn Student and recent graduate looking for experience in the teaching profession, please register your interest with Liselle Dixon at dixonl@ashlawn.org.uk

Please be aware that applications for vacancies close at midday (12 noon) on the specified closing date.

If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date then please assume you have been unsuccessful.

Any offer of appointment will be conditional upon a variety of pre-employment checks including enhanced DBS disclosure & satisfactory references

 

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Teacher of Mathematics

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We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, highly committed and inspirational maths teacher from   September 2017  to join our dedicated and very successful department in a school that is outstanding in every category (OFSTED Nov 2013). The post would be equally suitable for an NQT or a more experienced teacher.

The successful candidate will join a dynamic, hard-working department in a school that OFSTED described as having a good mix of innovative and more traditional approaches. As a department we are very friendly and supportive and work well as a team to constantly improve teaching and learning. This enables students and staff to reach their true potential.

You will have the opportunity to teach students who are well motivated and achieve well above the national average. Maths results have improved consistently in recent years and there is a large 6th form with a good uptake of AS maths and further maths.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have a passion and dedication for teaching and learning

  • A willingness to teach across the age and ability range including A-level

  • A desire to constantly improve and develop your own teaching practice

  • Have an understanding and appreciation of the needs of individual students

What we can offer you:

  • A strong and supportive Maths department, focused on continued professional development

  • A wide range of teaching experiences from KS3 to Further Maths for suitable candidates

  • Leadership development

  • Well behaved and motivated students who want to succeed

Closing date  - 12 noon Monday 27th March 2017

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Teacher of English with responsibility

TLR negotiable

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and experienced classroom practitioner to join our dedicated and successful department. We have recently been awarded Teaching School status which provides many exciting and rewarding career opportunities for Ashlawn School staff.

The Ashlawn English Department is a large, supportive and dynamic team. Young people make exceptional progress and attain outstanding outcomes in all of our many qualifications. Ashlawn’s 2013 Ofsted report attested to English students making “outstanding progress” and that “attainment in English is consistently high.” We passionately believe in innovation, high standards and supporting each other to become better teachers and leaders because this is the surest way to make a difference to the life chances for young people.

Ashlawn School has a large, thriving 6th form and the English department offers a range of five different A levels for these students, therefore a willingness to teach KS5 is desirable. The successful candidate will lead on an area of our English curriculum and will have the opportunity to coach and support colleagues in developing subject expertise and progress.

If you would like to explore this opportunity please feel free to contact Nicola Foster, HR Manager at fostern@ashlawn.org.uk, telephone 01788 573425 to visit or speak to a colleague about the role.

Closing date:  12 noon on Monday 27th March 2017

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Learning Mentor

Band H   £17,500 per annum

35 hours term time only, plus 3 teacher training days

The Learning Development Department wishes to appoint to the post of Learning Mentor.   The position is a key role within the school and will require the suitable candidate to work with students and colleagues in a variety of curriculum areas and across the age and ability range.

The role will involve working within whole classes, with small groups and individuals to develop effective learning, enabling all students to achieve their potential.  The successful candidate will also deliver a range of teaching and learning interventions and mentoring sessions to targeted students.  In particular this role will involve supporting challenging behaviour from boys.

Duties will also include supervision of the Inclusion Room, where you will be responsible for supporting the teaching and learning of students who have been removed from lessons on a short-term basis focusing on supporting and interacting with students to complete curriculum tasks, enabling a smooth reintegration to the mainstream classroom. 

The position requires enthusiasm, motivation and excellent written and verbal communication skills with a minimum of GCSE (or equivalent) English and Maths at Grade C or above .   Experience of working with challenging behaviour would also be an advantage.   This post may suit someone who is interested in teaching as a career and wishes to gain some experience within a large busy school.

Closing date:  12 NOON ON WEDNESDAY 29th MARCH 2017

 

Teacher of Geography

WE ARE SEEKING TO APPOINT TO THE FOLLOWING POST FROM SEPTEMBER 2017

Ashlawn Geography department is a supportive and highly successful team. Young people make exceptional progress and attain outstanding outcomes in all of our many qualifications. We passionately believe in innovation, high standards and supporting each other to become better teachers and leaders because this is the surest way to make a difference to the life chances for young people.

We are seeking to appoint an inspiring and imaginative Teacher of Geography to join our hardworking and dedicated department from September 2017. The successful candidate will be a teacher with a passion for Geography and capable of delivering outstanding and inspirational lessons to our students: You will be ambitious for your career development as much as for the achievement of young people: you will join a dynamic, committed department team that will help you develop your career; you will also participate in whole school professional development practice at a large 11-19 school that is outstanding in every category.

Ashlawn students are enthusiastic, talented and keen to succeed and we are looking for a colleague who can enable this: to inspire young people with a passion for learning, to equip them with skills and knowledge and to transform their lives.

If you would like to explore this opportunity please feel free to contact Nicola Foster, HR Manager at fostern@ashlawn.org.uk, telephone 01788 573425 to visit or speak to a colleague about the role. Similarly, if you wish to make an application you can send your CV or completed application form to vacancies@ashlawn.org.uk.  Further details regarding this post can be found on our website www.ashlawn.org.uk under Vacancies. 

Closing date:  12 noon on Monday 3rd April 2017

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