Aspire, Commit, Succeed
We are a large, mixed, 11-18 academy with over 300 students in our sixth form. Due to our increased popularity as a school, we have expanded our roll from 10 to 12 form-entry from September 2018. Alperton Community School is proud to be an inclusive comprehensive school with a student intake that reflects a wonderfully diverse and vibrant local community. Our most recent Ofsted rating in July 2016 recognised the school as Good with Outstanding Leadership and Management.
The school achieved its best ever set of GCSE results in 2018. The percentage of students achieving five good GCSEs (Grade 4+/A*-C) including English and maths has increased by 22% over the last four years and now stands at 64%. Over the last few years the school has been ranked in the top 7% of schools nationally for student progress at GCSE (Progress 8 = +0.47) and ranked in the top 1% for maths and the top 9% for English. The school has been graded as “above average” in the 2018 DfE Performance Tables.
We are very fortunate to have a brand new school building which opened in the summer term. The new building has 83 classrooms with purpose-built specialist Drama, Music, Art and DT facilities as well as 14 Science laboratories, 10 ICT rooms, a Dance Studio, an Activity Studio, an enormous Sports Hall and outdoor MUGA. Every classroom is equipped with state-of-the-art ICT facilities. We are very fortunate to have extensive outdoor spaces which are set aside for break and lunchtime activities.
Our school has become internationally recognised following the success of our Art and Textiles teacher Andria Zafirakou who won the $1million Global Teacher Prize 2018. The school has been shortlisted for the TES School of the Year 2018 and won the TES Maths Team of the Year 2017. We are one of only four schools in the country to hold the Platinum Professional Development Mark and one of only 100 schools to hold the Inclusion Quality Mark Centre of Excellence.
To complement the professional work of teachers and the EAL team, taking responsibility for agreed learning activities under a system of supervision, supported by direction from the EAL teaching and learning leader (TLL), teaching staff and in line with school policies and guidance. This may involve planning, preparing and delivering learning activities for individuals/groups and monitoring pupils and assessing, recording and reporting on students’ achievement, progress and development.
The successful candidate must be fluent in both Gujarati and in English, speaking, reading and writing - this will be assessed to ensure suitability for the role.
Do you enjoy making a difference to the working environment for others? Are you a graduate or a professional seeking to return to work? Do you work collaboratively to achieve the highest possible standards of work and conduct?
If so, we are looking to appoint well organised, proactive, enthusiastic, and committed individuals with strong interpersonal, communication and ICT skills for the following position within our EAL Team.
On-going extensive CPD programme
Employee Assistance Programme
Ride to work scheme
Closing Date: 14 July 2019 (23:59)
Assessment & Interview Date: Week commencing 15 July 2019
To apply, please visit our vacancies page. Completed application forms may be emailed to; email@example.com.
Applicants who have applied for this post in the last 6 months need not apply.
We are committed to safer recruitment and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are an inclusive community school and encourage applications from all sections of the community.
Successful candidate(s) will be required to undertake an Enhanced and Barred Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Please note CVs will not be considered as part of your application for this position.
Only successful candidates will be notified. If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.