- Thurston Community College
- Place of work:
- Bury St Edmunds
- Salary details:
- £18,426 pro rata
- Job term:
- Part Time
- Closing date:
- 06 July 2020 09:00 AM
27 hpw, 39 weeks a year.
Required to work predominantly on our Sixth Form campus in Beyton. Working alongside our Sixth Form team you will be required to manage our Sixth Form library with guidance from our Senior Librarian; to inspire and support our sixth form students with their research, studies and preparation for life after sixth form; to support our teaching staff in the setting of cover work; to assist in the supervision, attendance and welfare of students.
This is a wonderful opportunity for someone committed to the success and development of students.
You will need to have experience or knowledge of KS5 education and an ability to inspire young minds about reading and research. You will need experience of working with young people and a willingness and flexibility to play an integral part in our very successful Sixth Form team. Students from all courses use the sixth form library, which includes a large silent study room and IT suite. Our librarian will need to support learning from all areas of the curriculum and support students with a wide range of needs.
Thurston Community College is a thriving mixed comprehensive school which boasts a strong sense of community, a supportive, caring ethos and a positive, friendly atmosphere. Thurston Community College offers an exciting learning environment, where students display a positive attitude to learning and make good progress.
“The behaviour of pupils is good. Pupils enjoy school and say that they feel well supported. Most groups of pupils, including the most able and those who are disadvantaged, now make strong progress from their starting points.” (Ofsted, March 2018)
Staff work collaboratively, share a common sense of purpose and are relentless in the pursuit of outcomes of the highest quality for every student.
“Staff morale is high and most staff are positive about the leadership and management of the school. This is because leaders have provided them with high-quality training and supported their development well at all levels. Newly qualified and trainee teachers are passionate advocates of the school and its pupils. School leaders support them well and subject leaders develop their teaching skills through regular mentoring and effective support.” (Ofsted, March 2018)
Thurston Community College enjoys a rural location with free parking and convenient transport links to Cambridge, Ipswich and London.
If you are excited by this post, its challenges and opportunities; if you relish the prospect of joining our team of outstanding staff; please visit our website for further details.
We very much look forward to hearing from you.
An application pack is available to download from the related information section.
Completed application forms should be returned to email@example.com
Interview date: w/c 6 July 2020.
This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts. Suffolk County Council - welcoming diversity.