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Extended Learning Coordinator

Extended Learning Coordinator

Kingsbury High School


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NJC Scale Scale 3. Full Time salary £18,632 paid pro rata for 36 hours/39 weeks - Actual Salary £16,410
Job type:
Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
September 2017
Apply by:
28 August 2017

Job overview


Salary: NJC Scale Scale 3

Full Time salary £18,632 paid pro rata for 36 hours/39 weeks

Actual Salary £16,410

Contract: 36 hours per week / 39 weeks only (term time)

Hours: Varied start and finish times

Start Date: 1 September 2017 or thereafter

Are you enthusiastic, adaptable and a good team player with a real belief in the ability of young people to overcome barriers?

Would you like to work in the world of sport, providing organisational and administrative support for extended learning activities for all the faculties at Kingsbury High School and be able to use your initiative to make a difference to young people?

We are looking for an enthusiastic Extended Learning Co-ordinator to contribute to the planning, development and organisation of support service systems, procedures and policies, provide personal, administrative and organisational support to faculty staff and work as part of a team and individually to inspire primary and secondary students through the support of Sports Leadership courses and/or competitions and festivals.

What experience do I need?

· You will have experience of working with children or young people with a variety of learning and medical needs.

· You will have excellent interpersonal skills and be confident in using computers and technology.

· You must have good communication, literacy and numeracy skills and be flexible in your approach. 

· You must have the ability to relate to young people. 

· A suitable qualification and/or experience is desirable.

The appointee will be required to complete a six-month period of probation.

To apply: Please email for an application pack

Closing Date: 9.00 am on Tuesday 29 August 2017

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and the appointment will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical and an enhanced DBS Disclosure check.

Kingsbury High is a converter Academy committed to national terms and conditions for teaching staff, local NJC terms for support staff and, as an Equal Opportunities employer, welcomes applications from all sections of the community. 

About Kingsbury High School

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KHS is a large and successful 11-18 split site school with a vibrant learning environment and a strong community ethos. Students and staff recently celebrated the release of a glowing inspection report (February 2024) which praises the school for its, “vibrant, inclusive culture”. The report reflects the school’s noticeable development over the last few years, with particular emphasis on high expectations, the strength of relationships between pupils and staff and the exceptional educational experience offered in Sixth Form.

Kingsbury High School has a long history of success. There is a keen understanding of the importance of values and a sense of tradition, encapsulated by our motto, Spectemur Agendo. It dates back to the founding of our predecessor school, the Kingsbury County, in the 1920s, and it is Latin for, “let us be judged by our actions”. As Headteacher I seek to lead the school with this at the heart and ask students to follow the Kingsbury Way: to respect themselves, others and the environment. In November 2022 the school achieved ’Gold’ status on the UN Rights Respecting School Award reflecting our commitment to children and young people.

A great school is a combination of different things. We are equally proud of the many opportunities we provide for our students beyond the curriculum and how we develop students as individuals ready for adult life. Students know our aim is to develop in all of our students the love of learning, intellectual curiosity, skills and qualities of character needed to become successful, happy and engaged members of society. Our key values are: Aspiration; Integrity; Respect; Responsibility and Resilience. Through these, we aim to combine both academic success and the development of the broader aspects of each student’s character.

- Alex Thomas, Headteacher

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About KHS

Kingsbury High School is located in Brent, one of the most diverse boroughs in England and Wales. It is surrounded by parkland with large playing fields and great local amenities, excellent transport links to enable easy access from central London and fringe areas. There is an upper and lower school; staff and some classes commute between them throughout the day. We recognise our place in the community and are a key part of the partnership, Kingsbury Schools Together with our local primary schools and The Village (special) school.

Our school is truly diverse in its makeup, whilst united as one family working to achieve the best for all our students. At KHS there are higher proportions of students than nationally: with English as an additional language (72%); living in socially deprived households; and disadvantaged (Year 7-11: 27% eligible for the pupil premium, January 2024). The majority of the roll is minority ethnic although there are no groups significantly more represented than others. Boys are in the majority in all year groups. The proportion of families that identify as having a religious faith is significant with over 40% Muslim. Kingsbury has a stable roll of around 360 sixth formers and the majority of its intake is from minority ethnic groups and a significant proportion is LAC/FSM.

Student attainment on entry is below average for all year groups and the Sixth Form. The proportion on the SEN register is relatively low however there are a significant number of ECHPs. Over the last 18 months there has been a significant increase in numbers open to social care.

KHS has an Alternative Resourced Provision (ARP) for students with hearing impairment (currently 3 students) and a developing onsite alternative provision: Article 28. Part of the Lower School site is shared with a local special provision, The Village School.

A high value is placed at the school on ethos and values and Kingsbury High School is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School: Gold (November 2022).

Student Outcomes

Our students gain excellent examination results at 16 years and across the Sixth Form. The percentage of students achieving English and mathematics is above national (for grade 4+ and 5+) and Attainment 8 is above the national average. Progress 8 for 2023 was +0.48 (84th percentile) and disadvantaged students’ P8 was +0.14 (with a narrowed attainment gap compared to 2019).

The A-level ALPs grade has been 1-3 for the last six years and in 2023, 33% of grades were A*-A and 66% A*-B (both above the national average). Our APS was in the top 10% of schools and %AAB in top 5%. For vocational courses, ALPs is grade 4 and 88% of students achieved a Distinction/Distinction* (an increase on 70% in 2022), with 57% gaining a Distinction (APS top 11% schools). Progression to university (including to Oxbridge and medicine) is very strong.

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