Norbury Manor Business & Enterprise College

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Learning Support Assistant (Secondary)

Closing date: 26th March 2021
Location: Croydon
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 36 hours per week, 08.30 to 16.30, Monday to Friday, term-time only (hours of work may vary when school resumes normal times of day)
Salary: Grade 2, SCP3 £21,408 pro rata; actual salary £18,937

We require a reliable, enthusiastic and organised Learning Support Assistant to assist our students with special educational needs (SEN) within the classroom and to work independently with small groups and individuals in the Learning Support department.  

Applicants will be patient with the ability to listen and build constructive relationships with young people. Experience of working with young people with special needs particularly within a formal educational setting would be advantageous.
The successful candidate must be computer literate, have GCSE grade C (or equivalent) in English and maths with an awareness of the barriers to learning that students with SEN face.

Pastoral Leader

Closing date: 4th April 2021
Location: Croydon
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 36 hours per week, 08.30 to 16.30, Monday to Friday, term-time only (hours of work may vary when school resumes normal times of day)
Salary: Grade 6, SCP19 £28,482 pro rata; actual salary £25,195 

We are seeking a Pastoral Leader to work with our Key Stage 3 students. The postholder will work collaboratively with the pastoral team, SEND and teaching staff to enable students to learn effectively, develop socially and emotionally and achieve their potential.

The role will involve working with groups of students to provide support for safeguarding, attendance, behavioural issues, emotional concerns, motivational problems and other pastoral matters. This may include individual or group mentoring, home visits, implementation of school strategies and monitoring progress.

Applicants should have experience of supporting children or young people and enabling them to achieve positive outcomes. Working knowledge of current Keeping Children Safe in Education regulations is essential.

Higher Level Teaching Assistant (SEMH)

Closing date: 19th March 2021
Location: Croydon
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 36 hours per week, 08.30 to 16.30, Monday to Friday, term-time only (hours of work may vary when school resumes normal times of day)
Salary: Grade 5, SCP13 £25,590 pro rata; actual salary £22,637.31 

We require a reliable, enthusiastic and organised Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) with experience of working with young people to deliver the day-to-day provision for students with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs across all key stages. The role will include undertaking and evaluating small group or 1:1 interventions and working with teaching staff to implement strategies to enable students to access the curriculum and achieve their potential.

Applicants will be patient, with the ability to listen and build constructive relationships with young people. Experience of planning and leading on activities in the area of SEMH or social interaction and communication is essential as is the ability to use effective behaviour strategies.

The successful candidate must have excellent IT skills, have GCSE grade 4 (or equivalent) in English and maths with an awareness of the barriers to learning that students with SEMH face.  

Higher Level Teaching Assistant (Literacy)

Closing date: 4th April 2021
Location: Croydon
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 36 hours per week, 08.30 to 16.30, Monday to Friday, term-time only (hours of work may vary when school resumes normal times of day)
Salary: Grade 5, SCP13 £25,590 pro rata; actual salary £22,637.31 

We require a reliable, enthusiastic and organised Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) with experience of working with young people to deliver the day-to-day provision for students with literacy needs including dyslexia across all key stages. The role will include undertaking and evaluating small group or 1:1 interventions and working with teaching staff to implement strategies to enable students to access the curriculum and achieve their potential. 

Applicants will be patient, with the ability to listen and build constructive relationships with young people. Experience of planning and leading on activities in the area of literacy and communication is essential as is the ability to use effective behaviour strategies. The successful candidate must have excellent IT skills, have GCSE grade 4 (or equivalent) in English and maths with an awareness of the barriers to learning that students with SEMH face.

Assistant Headteachers (2)

Closing date: 09.00, 18th March 2021
Interviews: Thursday 25th March and Friday 26th March 2021
Start date: September 2021
Contract: Full-time
Salary: Leadership L14 to L19, Outer London (£61,479 to £69,087 per annum)

Our school is expanding and so is our leadership team. Therefore, we are seeking to appoint two additional assistant heads to develop strategies that will maintain excellent outcomes for students and support staff across the school.

Applicants should be experienced teachers with proven leadership skills and demonstrable knowledge with regard to either pastoral care (this role will include being DSL) or data and analysis. You will be an effective decision maker, have excellent organisational skills and lead by example. The postholder will have some class teaching responsibilities (circa 0.5); oversee line management of a faculty; carry out lesson observations; participate in duty rotas during and after school; assist with parents' evenings and meetings; and contribute to the school development plan. Applicants may wish to apply for both roles and should refer to the specific person specification for key knowledge and skills required. 

For more information on any of the vacancies above please see the relevant attachment(s) at the bottom of this page.

For vacancies at our partner school, Kensington Avenue Primary School, please see The Manor Trust's site. Alternatively, visit the Kensington Avenue Primary School vacancies page directly.

What We Offer

"Staff enjoy working with the pupils. One member of staff typically commented, ‘I couldn’t be happier here.’ Relationships between adults and pupils are very positive and enable the young people to prosper. The school promotes good values well. Pupils like the school, show pride in it, and behave thoughtfully to others."                                                                                                                                                                                                             - Ofsted, 2017

Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College for Girls is an over-subscribed 11-19 girls’ school. Provisional data (Oct 2019) ranks us "well above average" nationally for student progress and very positively within the London Borough of Croydon. We were voted Best Secondary School in Croydon in 2019. 

The college has a supportive induction programme for all new staff and is committed to continuing professional development. Experienced staff are able to join our middle leadership and senior leadership training programmes and many of our teaching staff choose to enrol on our subsidised school-based MA programme that is run in conjunction with  St Mary's University.

The college is a member of PiXL. We share expertise and resources with Haberdashers' Askes's Hatcham College and Langley Park High School for Boys as well as with Kensington Avenue Primary School, a fellow academy overseen by The Manor Trust.

The college operates an optional health care plan in partnership with Simply Health and a salary sacrifice cycle purchase scheme.

Norbury Manor is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and young people. As part of our safeguarding commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, medical clearance and a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check as well as evidence of the right to live and work in the United Kingdom. The college uses preferred agencies and, in line with our safeguarding commitment, is unable to work with any agencies without prior agreement.

Norbury Manor is fully committed to equality and accessibility. We value diversity as an employer and as an education provider; click here to view Equality Information and Objectives and our Equality, Race Equality and Cultural Diversity Policy. We strive to maintain a working environment where differences between staff are valued and an atmosphere of fairness, dignity and respect is the norm.

The college is committed to keeping your personal data secure. For further details, please see our Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice (Recruitment).

How to Apply

Please apply using the online application forms for teaching/leadership positions or support staff as appropriate along with the Equality Monitoring Form (links to all three forms can be found above right) and Self-disclosure Form (link below). Alternatively, you can download and scan/print the forms below before returning to us by email recruitment@nmbec.org.uk or by post (marked 'Recruitment') to the address on our Contact Us page.

Please ensure you have read and understood our privacy notice (below) before applying.

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