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TBAP Multi- Academy Trust

Westminster Education Centre 3–7 Third Avenue, London W10

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Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
30 November 2017

Job overview

TBAP Trust Benefits package includes

• Benenden Health Care Membership 

• Interest Free Season Ticket Loan Scheme 

• Employers for Childcare Vouchers Scheme

Required: January 2018   Commissioning and School Support (CSS) provides interventions  to support the inclusion of learners whose behaviour or vulnerability is causing concern and preventing them from achieving in education.  

TBAP Multi-Academy Trust has 3 regional hubs based in London, the East and North-West of England delivering high quality education and intervention through our Alternative Academies, SEMH Provision and outreach teams.  Additionally, we have a Teaching School Alliance that offers extensive CPD and research programmes at all levels.  TBAP  also holds a silver award from Investors in People.  

The Secondary Intervention team provides a range of off-site placements for learners who need support to overcome barriers to learning to be successful in a mainstream environment.   TBAP provide bespoke managed intervention programmes to support learners in addressing negative patterns of behaviour to support a return to their mainstream schools.  This includes our tailormade PSHE programme, aimed at addressing and removing barriers to learning to improve learners’ chances of success upon their return.  

We are now recruiting for two experienced Lead Teachers’ to manage two of our centres.  This individual will take responsibility for all aspects of running a successful provision, regularly liaising with schools across Hammersmith and Fulham or Kensington and Chelsea, meeting with parents, delivering an interactive curriculum and managing groups of students with a range of needs.

This job is about more than teaching. It’s about turning around the lives of vulnerable learners. Yes, it can be a challenge, but it’s also an inspiring opportunity to work with young people with complex needs who require extra support to achieve their ambitions.  

Are you an outstanding teacher with a passion for achieving the best possible outcomes for excluded learners and those with complex needs? Are you a teacher with an established track record of delivering excellence?  

We are keen to interview candidates who possess our values of compassion, resilience and innovation.  If this is you -  

Please visit our website http://www.tbap.org.uk/vacancies/index.php for application documents and more information about TBAP Multi-Academy Trust. For any queries please contact HR@tbap.org.uk or telephone 0203 108 0368 ext 121  

Interviews date: Wednesday 6th December 2017 

The TBAP Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS disclosure will be requested for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.

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The TBAP Multi-Academy Trust was established in March 2013 and currently covers the AP needs of four London boroughs: Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Haringey, and Westminster, as well as Cambridgeshire and comprises:

  •  Beachcroft AP Academy
  •  Bridge AP Academy
  •  Courtyard AP Academy
  •  Octagon AP Academy
  •  Latimer AP Academy
  •  Cambridge AP Academy
  •  Octavia AP Academy
  •  Unity Academy
  •  TBAP 16-19 AP Academy
  •  TBAP Residence: Broadfield Park
  •  TBAP Teaching School Alliance
  •  Commissioning & School Support (CSS) 

As a Multi Academy Trust and academy sponsor, TBAP created some of the first AP academies in the country.  The Courtyard AP Academy is rated as outstanding by Ofsted and is nationally recognised as an exceptional AP Provider.

TBAP is an approved DfE Academy Sponsor and provides education and support through its AP Academies and support teams, continually working hard to make sure that every pupil reaches his or her full potential. 

Using a highly personalised curriculum, 21st century learning spaces, expert practitioners and therapeutic interventions TBAP’s AP academies often achieve staggering progress with their pupils. TBAP also supports pupils in mainstream schools via expert outreach teams.

TBAP delivers education and reintegration packages to over 350 pupils from all phases.  The 2015-16 examination results were a great success across TBAP with a total of 474 GCSE passes.  More pupils than ever before achieved 5 or more GCSEs with year on year progress against most measurements.  Pupils at the Bridge performed particularly well with 92 % achieving 5 or more GCSEs with 25 % at 5 or more A*-C.  

The increasingly popular TBAP Teaching School Alliance leads nationally in the support of AP Academies and Free School; membership is growing.  TBAP is led by Chief Executive Officer, Seamus Oates CBE, who is a National Leader of Education and is also a member of the Youth Justice Board. He has recently been appointed as a member of the North, West, South and Central Headteachers’ Board. 

CSS main office is situated within the Latimer Building in North Kensington.  The CSS team provide school-based support and short-term interventions for schools and learners across West London.  The team consists of primary and secondary intervention providers which include The Childerley Centre, Courtyard AP Academy, Portobello and Golborne Projects.

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