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 1851 students on roll, 438 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a query regarding this post please email Nicola directly at email@example.com
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If you would like to register your interest in working at our school we now accept Curriculum Vitae. . Curriculum Vitae should be sent to Nicola Foster by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . 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 email@example.com
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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£7.50 per hour
Term time only plus 5 days holiday cleaning
Clean toilets, bowls, sinks and basins
Wipe down desks and chairs
Vacuum and tidy classrooms
Wash/mop/sweep floors and wash wet areas
Clean inside glazing
Dust and polish
Undertake routine maintenance of equipment (e.g. vacuum bags )
Empty bins and dispose of rubbish
Ensure safe and effective use and storage of all equipment
Be aware of Health and Safety at Work regulations and COSHH guidelines
Draw to caretaker’s attention any problems / issues which may affect the safety or security of the school or its users.
No formal qualifications required or previous experience, though literacy and numeracy skills required to be able to read instructions and work out simple measurements.
For further information, please contact the Head Caretaker, Mrs Chis Tuckey on 07703189810
Teaching Assistant Level 2 – 2 posts Band F £17,372 - £19,742 pro rata to hours and weeks worked
Post 1 32.5 hours per week term time only, plus teacher training days – temporary for one year in the first instance
Post 2 13 hours per week term time only, plus teacher training days – temporary for one year in the first instance
Teaching Assistant Level 1 – maternity leave cover Band D £14,470 - £15,941 pro rata to hours and weeks worked
30 hours per week term time only, plus teacher training days – temporary to cover maternity leave
The Learning Development Department aims to increase whole-school and community awareness of the importance of quality and equality of opportunity for all students, regardless of ability or disability. We believe that the circumstances and environment in which a child learns can have a direct influence on their success.
The position will focus on working with students with complex emotional and behavioural needs and will require the candidate to work with colleagues and students in a variety of curriculum areas. The role will involve working within whole classes, with small groups and on a 1:1 basis to develop effective learning, promote positive behaviour and encourage independence. The successful candidate will also work closely with family and support services to provide appropriate intervention and monitor progress.
The position requires initiative, enthusiasm, motivation and excellent written and verbal communication skills. An understanding of the varying needs of individuals is essential. Suitable candidates will have experience of the school environment - experience of working with students with challenging behaviour would also be an advantage. GCSE English and Maths at Level C or above is also required.