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English Subject Progress Coach

English Subject Progress Coach

Moseley School and Sixth Form


  • Expired
Grade 3 point 20 – 28 (£19,430 - £24,964) FTE
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
11 December 2017

Job overview

Post Title:  English Subject Progress Coach

Salary/Grade: Grade 3 point 20 – 28 (£19,430 - £24,964) FTE

Contract Type:  Term-time only plus 5 days during school holidays (to be directed).
Pro Rata £17,409 - £22,368

Contract Term:  Permanent

Contract Start Date: January 2017

We are looking for an English Subject Progress Coach to join our vibrant and enthusiastic English team. We deliver a highly successful programme with our students to ensure that they achieve the progress levels expected of them to succeed in the future. 

You will work with small groups of identified students to improve the quality of their written communication and reading skills. This will include delivering discreet sessions relating to grammar and syntax and helping to lead our Friday morning reader leader programme with targeted individuals. You will also cover planned absences within the English Faculty as required.

Our perfect candidate will:

· Hold a degree and have a good understanding of English grammar

· Be confident in the delivery of small group sessions as well as larger group interventions

· Have experience of supporting students in education

· Have experience of dealing sensitively and effectively with students with complex needs

· Demonstrate a passion for student achievement and ability to motivate students

· Have a knowledge of and use of a range of effective strategies to manage behaviour and support learning 

If this is you come and join ‘Team Moseley’. The staff at Moseley School and Sixth Form are a passionate team of professionals. Our purpose is to inspire excellence in character and scholarship. The students and their families have bought into this vision. Together we form a friendly and dedicated community. 

Moseley School and Sixth Form is a large comprehensive secondary school with a thriving sixth form. Moseley School first opened its doors in 1923. We value our long history whilst being excited about our future. There are 1400 students, 160 teaching and support staff, excellent facilities housed in a grade two listed building, a modern building which opened in 2012 and a recently completed sports complex and extensive grounds. Staff enjoy access to our on-site gym.

Download an application pack from our website or contact Emma Holland, PA to Headteacher, on 0121 566 6441. 

Closing date: 8am on Monday 11th December 2017

Interviews date: Monday 18th December 2017

Completed applications should be returned to Emma Holland, PA to Headteacher, Moseley School and Sixth Form, Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 9UU or via email to, with an accompanying letter explaining how you meet the requirements of the role.

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About Moseley School and Sixth Form

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+44 121 566 6444

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Moseley School and Sixth Form is an inspirational place to learn,  where teachers with a passion for teaching and learning, nurture the  curiosity, creativity and imagination of students. The school’s systems  are geared to support the progress of all students. The curriculum,  assessment, staffing, timetable, technology and a wealth of other  resources enable each student to receive personalised support to achieve  ambitious goals. A global perspective, that celebrates diversity and  respect for individual rights, pervades the school and helps us to  nurture responsible citizens and independent thinkers. 

At Moseley all  staff are provided with a level of guidance and training which enables  them to develop as leading professionals in order that they can make a  significant contribution to the educational community in Birmingham and  nationally. Staff and students receive support and guidance to prepare  them for the next step in their careers. At Moseley, we provide a safe and healthy school environment that  enables students to thrive. We want staff and students to work in an  emotionally intelligent school where we acknowledge the fallibility of  human beings and recognise the impact our actions and words have on  others. 

Our pastoral system ensures that each student is cared for and  their needs are met through effective partnerships with all our  stakeholders, especially parents and carers. All students have  opportunities to broaden their social and cultural horizons. The school  provides a clear moral framework based on shared values in which the  students feel safe and can flourish. Students are encouraged to reflect  on their own beliefs, appreciate different views and develop  understanding of their own identity and their own self-worth. Moseley School and Sixth Form is a place where staff and students are  aware of how personal and political decisions affect the future of the  environment and of their responsibility to help to sustain our planet.  

We are a caring community where positive personal relationships have a  civilising influence. We recognise the potential in everyone and we  support and challenge everyone to achieve their potential. We provide  opportunities for our students to develop leadership and resilience, to  demonstrate initiative and to improve their personal communication  skills. All of the School’s diverse communities share the vision and  purpose of the school and through developing character and scholarship  we are striving to achieve excellence. 

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