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Learning Cover Supervisor

Learning Cover Supervisor

Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre


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£17,738 - £18,926 per annum
Job type:
Part Time, Temporary
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
16 September 2017

Job overview



(£17,563 - £18,739 per annum)

Required as soon as possible (for a 12 month contract), a Learning Supervisor to provide stability and continuity for students whose lessons are affected through short-term teaching staff absence and to provide support to teaching staff and students within a Faculty. 

The essential attributes are:

  • Common sense and a desire to see young people learn;
  • The ability to relate to young people;
  • A commitment to professional development;
  • The self-confidence to support students in a classroom environment on your own;
  • A minimum qualification of degree level, in any discipline;
  • Willingness to be involved in extra-curricular activities.

The post is particularly well suited to someone who wishes to gain school based experience prior to gaining a teaching qualification. The ability to use ICT effectively would be advantageous, however, as with all aspects of the job there will be a comprehensive training programme. We have had a 100% success record in our Learning Supervisors successfully acquiring PGCE/School Direct placements.



We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Attached documents

About Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre

Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in Worcestershire, serving students from the age of 13-18. The secondary school, situated in Redditch has approximately 934 students on record.

Formerly Redditch County High School, the school opened in 1932, being renamed to Abbey High School in 1974 when it changed from a grammar to a comprehensive school. The school reopened as Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre in 2001, and in the same same year converted to academy status. It was identified as good by Ofsted in 2015.


Mr Nigel Ford

Values and vision

Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre wants to provide equal opportunities for all students and provide them with a stimulating and inspiring learning environment for them to achieve to the highest of their capabilities. The Redditch secondary school’s vision is to develop confident, enthusiastic students who feel safe, valued and respected. Community is at the heart of the school and it works together with parents to help ensure students are supported both at school and in their home life. Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities for students to expand their experiences and develop skills in leadership and teamwork, ranging from the Duke of Edinburgh Award to careers workshops.


“The behaviour of students is good. Students, including those in the sixth form, approach their learning with commitment and enthusiasm, bring the right equipment to class and present their work tidily. They understand how their behaviour contributes to learning and respect the clear rules for conduct”.

View Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre’s latest Ofsted report

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