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Learning Supervisor

Learning Supervisor

One In A Million Free School


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Point 23-29 (Actual salary £18,406 - £22,458)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Apply by:
5 January 2018

Job overview

  • Do you want to work in a school where students come first?
  • Do you want an employer who values their staff?
  • Do you want a values driven environment?
  • Do you want to be part of a growing school?
  • Do you always put students first?

We believe every student is unique and should be valued for being who they are. We are a growing school that offers the successful candidate the unique opportunity to help shape our student’s futures. Whether in a teaching or non-teaching role, at One In A Million, we all have a responsibility to our students.

We are looking for a HLTA to lead our team of Student Support Assistants as well as acting as Cover Supervisor to oversee classes of students aged 11-16, for which work will have been set by a qualified teacher. This is an interesting post in which every day is different and personal initiative is required

The successful candidate should: 

  • Be able to ensure that the class is well managed and pupils make good progress.
  • Have good interpersonal skills and an understanding of adult-child relationships 
  • Have excellent communication skills, effective planning and a proactive approach.
  • Be knowledgeable in strategies to support students with challenging behaviours 
  • Have the belief that all children can make outstanding progress
  • Have a higher level teaching assistant qualification

To consider this role you would have to ask yourself:

  • Am I compassionate?
  • Am I honest?
  • Do I act with integrity?
  • Do I believe in excellence?

If you can say yes to the above and have the appropriate experience then we would encourage you to apply. 

One In A Million Free School is committed to the safeguarding of children so all our appointments are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check. We are committed to Equal Opportunities.

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About One In A Million Free School

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About One In A Million Free School

We are delighted that you have shown an interest in our unique and popular secondary Free School.

One In A Million Free School was last inspected by Ofsted on 13-14th June 2023 and was judged as requires improvements.  Previous to this, the school was inspected 20-21st March 2018 and received a good judgement under the previous framework.

OIAM Free School opened in September 2013. We are a small secondary school with classes sizes of no more than 26 students. Our school is now fully populated. Each year we are oversubscribed for places, but we will remain a small school.

One In A Million Free School is part of One In A Million which is a Bradford based charity that engages predominantly with disadvantaged children and young people, through Sports, Arts and Enterprise. Our core values of compassion, honesty, integrity and excellence are at the heart of all we do. Our name reflects our philosophy: every child is valued and unique.

Relationships are key to our offer and we will always adopt a family approach so that students feel valued and connected.

Our curriculum is broad and balanced, ensuring students acquire strong basic skills in literacy and numeracy, personal, social and emotional learning and create ‘character’. We develop themed pathways in Sports, Arts and Enterprise. Our school day ensures quality time for personal, instructional, conceptual and collaborative learning experiences.

Our staff nurture and develop a deep sense of self-worth, pride and ambition in all our students. All students in our school will be seen as unique - as ‘one in a million’.

Since One In A Million started its first community project in Canterbury, Bradford, in 2006, we now deliver formal education and community programmes to over 2,300 children and young people every week.

Our ‘Hub and Spoke’ vision places our Free School at the centre of what we do.

For more information, and our current vacancies, visit our website:

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