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Learning Support Administrator

 Required from September 2018

 20 hours per week – term time only, 39 weeks per year

 Salary range £9,800-£10,593 depending on experience  

Beaconsfield High School is a highly successful, happy and exciting girls’ selective school situated close to the centre of the beautiful, historic town of Beaconsfield in the south of the county of Buckinghamshire. We can boast wonderful students with a thirst for learning and a desire to embrace excellent teaching. We have an outstanding academic record and were placed 37th in the country for GCSE results in 2017. Our Sixth Form is also very successful and in 2017 achieved the best A level results in Buckinghamshire with 52.6% A*/A.  

The Post  

The Learning Support Administrator is a pro-active role that supports the implementation of the School’s Special Educational Needs policy and effectively manages time and resources in the Learning Support department under the leadership of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator. 

 Beaconsfield High School is an outstanding school and is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all of its students and staff. The successful candidate will have to meet the requirements of the person specification in order to be offered the post and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion.  

Learning Support Administrator : Job Description

Learning Support Administrator : Person Specification

Learning Support Administrator : Application Form   

Please visit our website for further information or alternatively come and see us on an informal visit.   To arrange a visit, or for additional information, please contact Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk   

We would encourage applicants to apply via the TES however traditional applications will also be accepted via email/post.    

Closing Date:     29 June 2018

Interviews:  Week commencing 2 July 2018  

To apply by email:  Please email your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk

To apply by post:  Please post your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman, Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1RR    

Attendance and Communications Officer

 Required from September 2018

 35-37 hours per week – term time only, 39 weeks per year (including Inset)

 Actual Salary Range: £18,134 - £19,600 (37 Hours per week)

 Beaconsfield High School is a highly successful, happy and exciting girls' selective school situated close to the centre of the beautiful, historic town of Beaconsfield in the south of the county of Buckinghamshire. We can boast wonderful students with a thirst for learning and a desire to embrace excellent teaching. We have an outstanding academic record and were placed 37th in the country for GCSE results in 2017. Our Sixth Form is also very successful and in 2017 achieved the best A level results in Buckinghamshire with 52.6% A*/A.  

The Post  

The Attendance and Communications Officer is a pro-active role that supports the implementation of the School’s attendance policy and effectively manages attendance and punctuality across the School to ensure targets are met.  The person in post will also manage the school communications systems and administration of careers/connexions appointments. The Attendance and Communications Officer will also provide some cover for other roles from time to time and will support the Data Manager and School office in general administration tasks when workflows permit.  

Beaconsfield High School is an outstanding school and is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all of its students and staff. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion.  

Please visit our website for further information or alternatively come and see us on an informal visit.   To arrange a visit, or for additional information, please contact Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk   

If you feel you have the required skills and experience, please complete the application form and explain how your skills and experience to date meet the Job Description.

Attendance and Communications Officer : Job Description 

Attendance and Communications Officer : Application Form   

  1. Closing Date:     18 June 2018
  2. Interview Date:  22 June 2018  

To apply by email:  Please email your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk

To apply by post:  Please post your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman, Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1RR    

 HR and Administration Support Officer

Required for September 2018   

37 hours per week – Term time plus 2 weeks (consideration will be given for part time working hours)

Salary range: Bucks Pay Range 3

Actual Salary range for 41 weeks £19,089 - £20,633 (37 hours per week).

A rare opportunity has arisen to work within the support team of a prestigious and outstanding grammar school.  Examination results for 2017 ensured that Beaconsfield High School is one of the leading schools in the UK.   

As HR and Administration Support Officer you will be responsible for the timely administration, organisation and smooth running of HR Administrative procedures along with offering support to the Head’s Office. Further details are identified in the job description.      

The successful candidate will:

  • possess the ability to be an exceptional member of staff with clear capacity and the desire to develop systems & processes
  • possess a wide range of skills to support our staff, students, parents and community towards excellence
  • be able to deal sensitively with a variety of situations with staff, students, and parents
  • be highly skilled in office administration, the use of Microsoft Word and other Microsoft packages, such as Excel
  • have a working knowledge of SIMs
  • possess strong communication skills
  • be able to diffuse challenge or support those that need help and information  

Beaconsfield High School is an outstanding school and is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all of its students and staff. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references. We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion.  

Please visit our website for further information or alternatively come and see us on an informal visit.   To arrange a visit, or for additional information, please contact Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk  

If you feel you have the required skills and experience, please complete the application form and explain how your skills and experience to date meet the Job Description.  

HR and Administration Support Officer : Job Description 

HR and Administration Support Officer : Application Form  

Closing Date:     18 June 2018

Interview Date:  22 June 2018 

To apply by email:  Please send your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman via garret-p@beaconsfieldhigh.bucks.sch.uk

To apply by post:  Please send your completed application form to Paul Garrett-Chapman, Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1RR

 Teacher Training places 2018-19

ASTRA SCITT

Applications for 2018 / 19 recruitment are open through UCAS. (www.ucas.com).  

Bursary-led / fee funded places will be available at Beaconsfield High School in Art and Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design Technology, Drama, English, Geography, History, Maths, MFL (French & Spanish), Music, PE, Physics and Religious Studies.  Places will also be offered in a wide range of subjects and phases across the Astra Alliance schools.

The Astra Alliance has been awarded status as a School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) provider (see Bucks Examiner article), working with the Institute of Education (UCL) for the PGCE qualification to provide high quality training placements. During the training year, all trainees will have the opportunity to spend time in at least one other of our partnership schools to ensure a contrasting and comprehensive experience. The Alliance has considerable experience of training teachers and recognises and values the enthusiastic contribution that they make to our school communities. Staff at the training schools will share their knowledge and good practice to ensure that trainees are well supported to develop into good and outstanding teachers.

The programme is structured to allow trainees to develop the skills required to teach the subject that they are training in and to develop specific expertise for making a distinctive contribution to practice in their setting.  

Generous bursaries are available for trainees; for more information see Bursaries and funding.  We also offer school experience visits for secondary - please contact Gill Byrne at  gby@challoners.org.

NMAPS SCITT (Maths and Physics)

We are delighted to be working with The National Maths and Physics School Centred Initial Teacher Training programme (NMAPS), a new DfE initiative designed to give Maths and Physics trainees the best experience during their ITT.  Training will be based in school with bespoke subject specialist training programmes, delivered by outstanding practitioners and in conjunction with national subject associations.   On successful completion of the programme, trainees will be awarded both QTS and PGCE.

Beaconsfield High School will be offering non-salaried training places with NMAPS in one in each of Maths and Physics and we will be delighted to receive applications via the NMAPS Central Hub.  For more information about the courses please visit www.nmapscitt.org.uk  All applications must be made via UCAS at www.ucas.com