Woodlands Academy is a special place for young people with a variety of disabilities to work, learn and achieve. Standards and expectations are high for all and linked to achievable targets embedded in a personalised curriculum. It is the aim of the school to provide young people with the tools to achieve the highest possible academic standards which will enable them to make greater, more informed choices in the future. We believe that maintaining the highest standards and expectations of behaviour and attendance will maximise individual attainment.
We provide this under a framework of a caring, supportive and structured environment.
It is our intention that young people leaving Woodlands Academy will be independent thinkers with enquiring minds who have enjoyed and achieved during their time here and have become responsible citizens and successful learners.
Woodlands Academy curriculum is diverse and enables all young people to gain a set of skills that will allow them to continue achieving beyond school. We offer a range of qualifications from Entry Level to GCSE and Functional Skills. This enables all pupils to leave school with accredited qualifications that support their post 16 choices. Integral to all activities young people at Woodlands Academy engage in are, high expectations, an equality of opportunity and social inclusion.
For more information please visit http://www.woodlandssch.co.uk/
Woodlands Academy is part of the Raleigh Learning Trust. For more information about the trust please visit www.raleighlearningtrust.co.uk
L21 – 26 (£67,183 - £75,936)
Friday 6th March 2020 at 5 p.m.
Tuesday, 17th March 2020
If you wish to arrange an informal discussion about the role with the CEO, please contact Claire Beardsall, PA to the CEO on 0115 8550103.
Visits to the school:
Candidates are encouraged to visit the academy. Visits are available between the 24th and 28th February. Please contact the academy office to make an appointment.
T: 0115 915 5734
Covering statements should be no more than three sides of A4 and should aim to highlight your experience and skills against the job description and what differences you would make to the life chances of the children at the academy. Please apply via TES or by sending your application form and covering statement to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.