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Rawlins Academy


Grade 7 Actual Salary £12,777 pa
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
19 February 2018

Job overview

Rawlins – inspiring learning for life 

Rawlins is a good school with an outstanding sixth form

Rawlins students need an outstanding Cover Supervisor

Salary: Grade 7 Actual Salary £12,777 pa (pro-rata)

Hours: 30 hours per week

The role is to supervise classes in the absence of the subject teacher and otherwise to provide additional support for learning.

Closing date: Monday 19 February 2018 at 12 noon

Further details and an application form are available from the Rawlins website www.rawlinsacademy.org.uk (About us/vacancies). Applications will only be accepted on the form provided. CVs or other forms of application will not be considered.

Rawlins is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check

Rawlins Academy | Loughborough Road | Quorn | LE12 8DY

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About Rawlins Academy

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  • Rawlins Academy
  • Loughborough Road, Quorn, Loughborough
  • Leicestershire
  • LE12 8DY
  • United Kingdom
+44 1509 622800

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With its 300 year history Rawlins is routed in the small village community of Quorn in which it is located. Close to the university town of Loughborough, it is well served by a good range of facilities, retaining an old world charm. Quorn is surrounded by beautiful countryside in the heart of Charnwood. 

Rawlins is a popular and successful 11-19 Academy serving a diverse catchment area. The Loughborough area recently underwent a major educational restructure from 11-14 high schools and 14-19 upper schools to all through schools. Now that this transition is complete and embedded, Rawlins is ready to move to the next stage of development. Our aim is to be a beacon of inclusion and innovation. Currently we are oversubscribed at Key Stage 3, and we also attract a large number of external pupils to our Sixth Form.  

We are an inclusive school having an ASD and a Moderate Learning Difficulties specialist unit on site alongside our school’s SEND support base and Success Centre. Pupils who attend these units are an integrated part of our school community and taught within the school by mainstream staff.  

Beyond results, we are very proud of the opportunities which all students have across many successful areas including sport, the arts and charity work. We aim to inspire our pupils to find their talents and their passions through a broad and balanced curriculum; to be curious about learning; to relish a challenge and to have both confidence and resilience.   


Miss Clare Darby

Values and Vision

Rawlins Academy draws much of its ethos from traditional Christian Values, and as such works hard to foster a sense of community around the school, with students being expected to show respect and care for both themselves and their peers. In terms of academic exploits, the school operates a diverse and well-balanced curriculum, intended to ensure that pupils have access to a range of opportunities regardless of background or academic ability.

Our core purpose is summed up in our vision and values:

Developing Trust | Inspiring Hope | Building Success | Shaping the Future

Through: Compassion, Wisdom and Endurance

And in our motto: Act wisely and make the most of every opportunity


Effectiveness of leadership and management                Good 

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment                Good 

Personal development, behaviour and welfare               Good 

Outcomes for pupils                                                           Good 

16 to 19 study programmes                                             Outstanding

“The curriculum is broad and balanced, which meets students’ needs with regards to preparing them for their next stage in employment or education. The academy’s programme of extra-curricular activities is good and it makes a positive contribution to students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Students can take advantage of opportunities as diverse as trampolining, ukulele playing, religious discussion and science experimentation.”

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