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Deputy Learning Support Co-ordinator

Deputy Learning Support Co-ordinator

Chigwell School

Chigwell, Essex

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Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Apply by:
24 September 2017

Job overview

Deputy Learning Support Co-ordinator (Part-time)

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated Deputy Learning Support Co-ordinator. This is an exciting new position. The successful candidate will work closely with the Head of Learning Support in the provision of learning support across the School. The Learning Support department is highly significant both pastorally and academically, and it is key to ensuring pupils fulfil their full potential across the Junior and Senior Schools. 

The successful candidate will be part of a school that is not only highly successful academically but also in sport, music, and drama. The School offers an excellent learning environment providing a broad and balanced education. 

We are located in the picturesque village of Chigwell just 10 miles from central London but on the edge of Epping Forest, and we enjoy over 100 acres of beautiful grounds.  We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience, excellent support and training and, in addition to other employee benefits, a positive and supportive working environment within a vibrant community of highly motivated students and staff.

Please visit the school website (Vacancies) for further details, online or downloadable application forms. Alternatively, please contact the Headmaster's P.A. by telephone: 020 8501 5700 or E-mail:     

Closing date: Monday 25th September 2017 

Chigwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers, prohibition orders and enhanced DBS.

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About Chigwell School

Chigwell School is an independent, mixed, Church of England all-through day and boarding school for four to 19-year-olds,  located in Chigwell, Essex. The school has just over 1060 pupils.

The school can trace its history back to 1629, when it was founded originally as a boys’ school. It is run as an educational charity, overseen by a board of governors who are also trustees of that charity.


Mr Damian King

Values and vision

Chigwell School’s motto is: “aut viam inveniam aut faciam”, a Latin phrase which means literally, “Either I shall find a way or I will make one". In-keeping with this, the school wants its students to develop a “determined, independent spirit, taking responsibility for themselves, their relationships with others, and the world around us”.  

The school defines its mission as aiming to cultivate a learning community that aspires to excellence in all aspects of life, including: spiritual intellectual, moral, cultural, social and emotional aspects. 

Chigwell School aims to provide a rounded education in the broadest sense, encouraging pupils to develop and discover talents and interests across and beyond the curriculum in order to help them to play a full part in the life of the school, and go on to make a positive contribution to the world.

The school hopes to be a community in which pupils develop a love of learning and are challenged to think critically, and with creative curiosity, for themselves.

ISI report

“Pupils’ personal development is excellent throughout the school. They are tolerant and appreciate non-material aspects of life. Pupils display maturity and they respect others, regardless of background or personal characteristics. They have highly developed cultural awareness and a developed understanding of British characteristics.” 

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