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'This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments are subject to enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory employment references'

 

Safeguarding Lead and Inclusion team member

Grade 7:  Full Time, 8am-4 pm, £28,785 - £32,029 (£17.01 to £18.92 hourly rates), pro rata, term time only including 3 additional days.

TO START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

This is a rewarding and challenging role with the opportunity to work with key students in a supportive and progressive school. This role would suit an individual with a desire to support vulnerable students and situations.

As safeguarding lead and inclusion team member you will:

  • Plan, deliver and monitor agreed work programmes for students under safeguarding concerns/plans
  • Support with the management of our safeguarding systems (CPOMS)
  • Plan and deliver effective preventative interventions
  • Communicate regularly with external agencies
  • Set up, manage and monitor effective mentoring programmes
  • Monitor effectiveness of current systems
  • Deliver staff training
  • To be the lead member of staff for the Management of our safeguarding recording system; CPOMS.
  • To support the Inclusion team as and when necessary

We are an inclusive school which will offer excellent support. This is a key role within the school and it is important that the successful candidate has experience of safeguarding, and working with external agencies, as well as the ability to be adaptable and reflective within working practices. Additionally, the successful applicant will need to be able to build good relationships with students of all ages.

This is a fantastic opportunity to challenge and motivate students to reinforce high levels of self-esteem. Which will lead to them not only being successful in education but also having a lasting impact on the rest of their life.

 

Science Technician - Physics

Term time only, 25 hours a week

Permanent position

£10,962 - £11,866 a year (actual salary)

To start as soon as possible

The Bulmershe School is a successful, inclusive 11-18 community school, with a committed, friendly and supportive team of staff. We are looking for an outstanding and enthusiastic Physics technician.

Our department ethos focuses on the passion we all share for Science. We work closely as a team and pride ourselves on mutual support and teamwork, we are forward thinking department and we welcome new ideas. Our priority as a department is ensuring that our lessons are engaging, stimulating, relevant and above all promote a genuine interest in Science. We are well equipped; we have 10 Science laboratories, each with an interactive whiteboard.

As Physics technician your duties would include the maintenance and provision of Physics apparatus for lessons and maintaining the inventory of Physics equipment. 

 

 

 

Inclusion Team Member

£16,229 to £17,567 a year

Full Time, Permanent 

Term time (38 weeks per year, for 37 hours per week)

8-4pm (Friday 3.30pm) 

Salary shown is actual salary.

Start date: as soon as possible

The Bulmershe School has a vacancy for an inclusion worker whose main role will be to supervise students in need of social, emotional and behavioural support. The post also includes working in close cooperation with departments, leaders in school and outside agencies to help students achieve their potential.

The successful candidate will be based in the schools Ivory centre which is committed to the inclusion of all students. The centre offers a range of behavioural and emotional support to students across the school. It is also home to First aid and student safeguarding.

The successful candidate needs to be someone who is well-organised, self-confident, flexible in their thinking and highly motivated. This post is ideal for anyone who has previous experience working with children of secondary school age or has a passion for the welfare of young people.

Key attributes for the role;

  • Ability to work as a part of a team
  • Experience dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Resilience and determination to help our students
  • Flexibility and imagination
  • Keen listening skills
  • A positive attitude towards wider school life
  • Experience of using Microsoft Office packages

Learning Support Assistants

Full time  (Grade 3)

27.5 hours per week, term time 

(part time/flexible working can be considered for the right candidate)

Actual salary £11,590

To start as soon as possible

An opportunity to join a friendly, successful and dedicated team providing learning and emotional support across the curriculum to students with a range of special education needs.
The Support department has its own base with fantastic facilities which afford a superb environment in which to work and learn.
The successful candidate will work with a range of youngsters who have additional needs, alongside class teachers. Applicants should have the equivalent of GCSE grade C in English and Maths and enjoy working with young people. Training will be provided but candidates need to feel confident about their own academic ability.

Learning Support Assistants (ASD and mentoring)

Full time (Grade 4)

30.4 hours per week, term time

Actual salary £13,329 - 14,428 according to experience

To start as soon as possible

Will carry out the follow tasks in addition to those of grade 3:

  • To lead and deliver interventions to support students with ASD to include: 
  1. Small group social communication work ?
  2. Small group work on emotional literacy e.g. Draw and Talk
  3. 1-1 interventions utilising best practise strategies for ASD such as social stories, comic strip conversations, making personalised communication cards, scaling.
  4. Providing proactive and personalised support for students not coping e.g. alternative work areas, liaison with teachers and parents, attending PSPS
  5. Preparing resources and visual materials for students with ASD
  6. To contribute to training for colleagues on ASD & to provide advice
  7. To deliver arrangements for specific students at lunchtimes.

Applications will be considered upon receipt.

 

 

To apply for the above positions please complete the Associate Staff application form below and email to cmiles@bulmershe.wokingham.sch.uk

Applicants must complete the Associate staff application form - applications will be considered upon receipt

 

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