Manchester Communication Academy is a vibrant school that is at the heart of the community and is committed to improving educational outcomes for all of our students. MCA is proud to be a community hub and our outward facing work is exceptional.
In our Ofsted inspection in 2019 we were recognised as a GOOD school and want to build on this by recruiting excellent practitioners that are driven by evidence informed practice. MCA received Research School status in September 2019 and we are proud of the work that we conduct in partnership with the EEF and how this drives our teaching practice.
Manchester Communication Academy serves the community of Harpurhey and its surrounding districts. We are an 11-16 secondary school with a primary school also on site. Close collaboration between the two schools is fundamental to our way of working.
Not only is the Academy committed to offering our students the highest quality learning experience, together, our driving force is to mitigate the impact of disadvantage and ensuring that the young people that we serve are equipped and ready to be successful and happy adults who we are proud to know.
Everyone at MCA shares these same values and this is important to us. If you share these values too, then we would love to hear from you!
Contract: Permanent, 37.5 hrs per week, term time only
Salary: £17,220 - £22,899 FTE (actual TTO £14,762 - £19,631)
Start Date: 19th April 2021 (depending on employment checks)
Specific Areas of Responsibility
- Accountable for elements of effective targeted intervention in support of improving student outcomes and wellbeing
- Plan collaboratively with subject specialists aspects of support, curriculum and assessment
- Monitor and support the quality of provision for specified vulnerable students
- Ensure up-to-date knowledge of national and local initiatives which may impact upon policy and practice
- Support an ‘every lesson counts’ and ‘no child left behind’ agenda
- Establish productive working relationships with pupils, acting as a role model and setting high expectations
- Use personal specialism to support different learning groups, such as more able, SEND, EAL etc (or specialist subject support)
- Help to develop individual and group learning programmes to respond to current and future needs
- Advise and support parents in the delivery of programmes at home which support the learning needs
- Assist with the supervision of student/s out of directed lesson time, including before and after school if appropriate and within working hours.
- To encourage specific learners to become independent, collaborative learners
- To assist children with their personal care needs where needed.
Please download Job Description for full details.
Please apply for the post by completing the TES online application form, which should include a supporting statement of no more than 2 sides of A4 (minimum font size 10) explaining, with examples, how you meet the requirements set out in the person specification.
The closing date for applications is 9am Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Manchester Communication Academy 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 candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure for a Regulated Activity via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Manchester Communication Academy
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years
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