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Learning Mentor

Learning Mentor

Minsthorpe Community College


  • Expired
£11,350 - £12,021
Job type:
Full Time, Temporary
Apply by:
1 October 2017

Job overview



This post is 30 hours/week, term time only (temporary linked to funding)

Grade G4 (Point 14 - 17 pro rata) Actual Salary £11, 350 - £12,021

We are seeking to appoint a Learning Mentor to offer a complimentary service to existing teachers and pastoral staff in the college. This role is funded by ‘Go Higher West Yorkshire’ to address the needs of children who require help to overcome barriers to learning, particularly those who are disadvantaged. The successful candidate will support and motivate students to achieve their full potential and increase their awareness and opportunities to experience the advantages of progressing into Higher Education. Alongside this it will further enable the college to raise standards of attainment and maintain successful progression figures.

Our recent Ofsted report described us as a “good college” where “Students are effectively challenged and engaged in developing their knowledge, skills and understanding.” The College works relentlessly to ensure ‘no child is left behind’ and this is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the college’s drive for outstanding.

Minsthorpe Community College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will have to meet the essential requirements of our Personnel Recruitment specification and be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Minsthorpe Community College is committed to equality of opportunity and upholding the principles of the Equality Act 2010. We positively welcome applications from all sections of the community. Only applications submitted with a completed Minsthorpe Academy Trust Application Form will be considered.

Further particulars for this post can be obtained by visiting our Web Site at 

Applications should be returned to the Personnel & HR Director at the College by 9.00am – Monday 2nd October 2017

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About Minsthorpe Community College

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+44 1977 657600

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Minsthorpe Community College: A place where everyone plays a part in strengthening our learning community through Motivation, Commitment and Care.


Students – At Minsthorpe, we motivate students through an engaging curriculum which promotes lifelong learning. We provide exciting educational opportunities and an ethos of care, guidance and support for all. We know that students learn best in a safe, calm and orderly environment and our rewards and sanctions support this. We expect that students are committed to their own learning and progress and to achieving their future aspirations.

Staff – At Minsthorpe, we invest in the recruitment, development and retention of caring professionals who are committed to constantly reviewing and improving the quality of learning, teaching and support. We expect that staff are motivated to work collaboratively in setting high expectations for all students with a relentless focus on student learning and progress.

Parents and Carers – At Minsthorpe, we value the contribution our caring parent body makes to their child’s education, as we work together to motivate and support each student in reaching their full potential. We want parents and carers to work with us in ensuring their child is safe and happy. We expect the full commitment of parents and carers in ensuring their child attends regularly and on time; completes home learning; wears the correct uniform; is fully equipped and ready to learn and behave the Minsthorpe Way.

Governors – At Minsthorpe, the Governing Body is committed to challenging the College Leadership to secure the highest standards of education for the students of our community. It oversees the financial performance of the College, ensuring that budgets are well spent. Governors expect that all stakeholders work together in the best interests of the students to motivate and care for each other and are themselves motivated to care for all stakeholders.

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