St Aidan’s Church of England High School takes safeguarding very seriously. All employees at the school have an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check carried out as part of our pre-employment checks. Checks are also undertaken to verify identity, address, qualifications required for the post, right to work in the UK and previous employment history.
All employees at St Aidan’s have repeat DBS checks at least every 5 years and wear an identity badge with a photograph that identifies them.
All visitors are required to wear a visitor’s badge after identifying themselves at reception and signing into the premises.
The school has a Child Protection Policy which operates within Local Authority Safeguarding Children Board and Government parameters. It is available on the policy documents page of the school website or from Mrs G Soper (Deputy Head and School Child Protection Coordinator). Please contact Mrs Soper if you require any further information about our safeguarding policy.
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Teacher of English (MPS)
A part-time appointment may be considered.
We require a well-qualified and enthusiastic English graduate to join this high-achieving comprehensive school from September 2017. St Aidan’s has been described as “an outstanding school” in all its OFSTED inspections. It is situated on a superb site close to the centre of Harrogate. The very large Sixth Form of over 1000 students is organised in association with St John Fisher Catholic High School. English is one of our most popular Advanced Level subjects with large groups studying Literature, Language and Literature and Media Studies. The post represents an exciting opportunity to join a successful Department in a flourishing school. Candidates will be able to offer teaching up to Advanced Level and will be wishing to make a substantial contribution to the wider life of the school.
Closing date for applications is: 6th June 2017
For further details and application form please see below:
25 hours per week – Band 4 (with SEN allowance) £9,579 (Term Time only)
From September 2017
We require teaching assistants to work in the Learning Support Department supporting children with special educational needs.
There will be the expectation of carrying out some lunchtime duties (to be discussed in interview). Payment for this will be in addition to the salary listed above.
Key responsibilities are:
* Working under the direction of the classroom teacher staff in the delivery of educational work in supporting the learning needs of students in the classroom
* Liaising with class teachers to support the management of pupil behaviour in lessons
* Assisting in the preparation of learning aids for students in conjunction with teaching staff.
* Supporting the use of ICT in the classroom
* Liaising with other team members and parents in a professional manner
* Contributing to Annual review meetings
* Supporting teaching staff on educational visits as required
* Promoting the social and emotional development of students
Applications should be by letter to Mr JWood (Headteacher) indicating the particular skills and experience you can offer, with a completed application form below.
25 hours per week
Band 4, £8,866 (Term Time only)
We require a well-qualified and enthusiastic colleague to work in a flourishing Food and Textiles Technology Department. Candidates for this post will have excellent interpersonal skills and be capable of working on their own initiative. Experience of working in both these areas is desirable along with a keen willingness to learn.
Applications should be by letter by Friday 23rd June to Mr J Wood (Headteacher) indicating the particular skills and experience you can offer, with a completed application form that can be downloaded below.