Working hours: 37 hrs per week for 38 working weeks per year (43.893 paid weeks, including holiday pay)
Contract type and terms: Fixed term (linked to specific funding, that has been secured to 17 July 2020), with the possibility of permanent appointment
Our Academy is situated in the historic fishing town of Looe on Cornwall’s outstanding south eastern coastline, serving the beautiful coastal and rural villages and hamlets.
Assessed by Ofsted in July 2015 as a good school, the Academy is an inclusive secondary community school delivering Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 to 610 students aged 11-16 and of mixed ability.
Our mission is to create and sustain a caring, learning community of high quality, where everyone is valued for who they are and what they may become. Enshrined in Cornish, the Academy motto is “bydh gwella gylli” (be the best you can be).
Be a key part of our journey to outstanding.
We are part of the South East Cornwall Multi Academy Regional Trust (SMART), which provides for outstanding local opportunities to access and share expert support, advice, guidance and knowledge with fellow professionals in our partner schools. The work is primarily at Looe Community Academy, but will extend to our partner schools and other MAT schools to meet prevailing priorities.
About the position
The governors of Looe Community Academy warmly welcome applications from highly capable, motivated, and student-focussed practitioners that share our commitment to excellence and our passion for achieving the very best outcomes for all our learners.
Through your bedrock of professional excellence and your motivation to champion the welfare and development of all children and young people, you will be an outstanding, caring practitioner with a proven track record who can execute your duties with empathy, understanding and vigilance to eliminate barriers so that every student receives the personalised support that enables them to seize their chance to be the best that they can be.
Our ideal candidate will exude emotional intelligence and possess an excellent working knowledge and proven experience of leading on safeguarding and child protection (or protecting other vulnerable groups), working collaboratively in a multi-agency environment and providing support to families.
Main purpose of the job
To co-ordinate all aspects of child protection, safeguarding and student wellbeing in order to remove barriers and develop safe, healthy, happy, confident learners who are ready for and open to learning.
Salary and contract
Grade G (£15,040 to £19,074) working 37 hours per week during term time only. This appointment is currently linked to specific funding and will initially be on a fixed term basis to 17 July 2020, with the possibility of permanent appointment.
For an informal discussion about the position, please contact Hazel Willars, PA to the Headteacher, 01503 262625 – email@example.com
To find out more about the Academy, please see the vacancies page of our website at:
How to apply
Please apply using the Academy’s application pack via e-teach. We do not accept CVs and only applications submitted on the Academy’s application form will be considered.
The successful applicant will be expected to demonstrate their entitlement to work in the UK.
Looe Community Academy and SMART are committed to equality of opportunity and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including references, health screening and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance.
Looe Community Academy, Sunrising, East Looe, PL13 1NQ.
A member of SMART (South East Cornwall Multi Academy Regional Trust), an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales with company number 7542166.
SMART’s registered office is at saltash.net Community School, Wearde Road, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 4AY.
Closing date: Midday Monday 23 April 2018
Interviews: w/c 30 April 2018