Term time + 5 days (40 weeks)
Salary: Scale 4, Point 18-21 £21,456 - £23,610 pro rata
Actual salary £18,981 - £20,799 per annum (plus performance related bonuses and other benefits)
If you want to be the best, then you should probably join us
Students in the academy routinely make more progress than almost any other school Progress 8 is consistently above 1.00 which indicates that students achieve a grade better for each of their best 8 GCSEs compared to the average. In 2017 the progress 8 score was 1.07. That is great news for our students, the academy and our community, but there is so much more that we know can be achieved and you can help.
We have a relentless ambition to deliver continuing success to the young people we serve. Our approach is based on very simple principles: clear systems and extremely high expectations. We focus on the development of our students, their values and ultimately their academic success. We maximise the impact of teaching by providing clear leadership, minimising bureaucracy and effective support that have tangible results on the quality of teaching and outcomes for our students.
We are looking for a highly motivated, exceptional individual to take on the role of a Behaviour Mentor. You need to have extremely high expectations to ensure children, regardless of gender, ethnicity and religion, achieve to the best of their ability.
Successful candidates for this post will require Behavioural Mentoring experience, with an interest in working with students with a wide range of behavioural and educational needs including emotional, social and mental health needs is essential. A caring, flexible and common sense approach is important.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to shape the lives of young people in Hackney. If you think you can help transform the opportunities for the community we serve then we would like to hear from you.
For details about the role and how to apply please visit www.thecityacademy.org.
Closing date: 9.00am on Friday 22nd June 2018
The City Academy, Hackney is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.