St Matthew's RC High School
- Expiring soon
- Grade 5, points 22-26 (actual salary approx. £18,555 - £21,015)
- Job type:
- Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- as soon as possible
- Apply by:
- 9 February 2018
35 hours per week, term time only + 15 days
Grade 5, points 22 – 26: £20,661 - £23,398 (Pro Rata)
Actual salary approx. £18,555 - £21,015
We are looking to appoint a hard-working and committed Isolation Manager. In this key role, you will:
· Be passionate about inclusion;
· Have significant and successful experience of working with children with challenging behaviour in an educational context;
· Possess excellent management and organisational skills combined with the ability to prioritise time and tasks in order to meet deadlines and provide a friendly and efficient service.
The school is committed to pursuing the very best for every student. You will be joining a committed and hardworking team who are passionate about the difference we can make to our young people, staff, families and the wider community.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. Please contact the Head’s PA, Mrs Espley, to arrange a visit.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS clearance is required for appointment to this post.
Details and application forms can be downloaded from the school website: www.smrchs.com, or by emailing Mrs A Espley (PA to the Headteacher) at: email@example.com
Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 9 February 2018
About St Matthew's RC High School
- St Matthew's RC High School
- Nuthurst Road, Moston, Manchester
- M40 0EW
- United Kingdom
St Matthew’s RC High School is a large 11-16 voluntary aided Catholic comprehensive school in North Manchester with an intake of 240 pupils each year.
We are proud to be a Catholic school and we place at the centre of all we do the Person of Christ and the tradition and teachings of the Church. Our school mission statement can be summed up very neatly in three words ‘Pray, Achieve and Care’ and these simple, but powerful words lie at the heart of all we do as a school community.
Our school is diverse and lively with a rich tradition of working closely with the community we serve and excellent relations with our partner primary schools and parishes. The strong, long standing links with partner primary schools and sixth form colleges, allow us to work well in supporting our pupils through key transitional points in their education.
As a school we are committed to engaging in the ongoing pursuit of excellence in all aspects of provision and the delivery of first class learning opportunities for all our pupils. The staff and Governors of the school are firmly committed to improving standards. We offer a wide curriculum choice that ensures that the vast majority of our pupils move successfully into further education, training or employment after year 11.
We are passionate about the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom and investment in staff development is paramount. We have a strong programme of training and development for all staff. We were awarded CPD mark accreditation in recognition of our staff development programme.
St Matthew’s is a member of the Manchester Catholic Education Partnership (MANCEP) and so has strong curriculum and pastoral links with the other Manchester Catholic High schools and Sixth form colleges. There is a joint training day each year, normally based on curriculum areas. We also have curriculum and pastoral links with a number of schools throughout Greater Manchester.
Our staff, both teaching and non teaching, is extremely professional, hardworking and very supportive of each other. There is a good balance of staff who have worked for many years at the school and others who have joined us more recently. Staff are actively encouraged to maintain a healthy work / life balance. A notable feature of the school is the number of former pupils who are now members of staff.
St. Matthew’s benefits from a modern school building with excellent equipment and facilities to support pupil learning and development during the school day and beyond. The school environment, curriculum and extra-curricular activities supports, fosters and inspires pupils to make every effort to achieve success at the highest level and provides opportunities for them to make a valuable contribution to the local, national and global community.
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