OFSTED INSPECTION, NOVEMBER 2018
Support staff, teachers and leaders explained how they were supported and encouraged to take on new and exciting roles. The development of others is at the core of your leadership philosophy and contributes greatly to the continued improvements that the school has made.
Every member of staff has the opportunity to work with their 'coach', which helps them to build upon and share their strengths and to form clear and well-judged plans to address the areas that they need to develop.
Teaching Assistant Part-time (Mornings only) - https://www.eteach.com/job/teaching-assistant-1061447?src=clientportal?src=clientportal
Teaching Assistant (8:30am - 3:30pm) - https://www.eteach.com/job/teaching-assistant-1061234?src=clientportal
INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING
Have you ever considered becoming a teacher? Whether you are a recent graduate or you have been working in industry for a number of years, teaching can be a rewarding career with great opportunities for progression. Our school needs high quality teachers in order to develop and fulfil the potential of all our pupils. In order to achieve this, we are keen to nurture and support the teachers of the future.
This is why we are proud to be in partnership with George Abbot SCITT, a highly respected and well-established Accredited Provider of Initial Teacher Training, working in collaboration with a large number of Surrey schools.
You could train here in our school supported by an experienced Mentor on a salaried or unsalaried training placement, within a wide range of subjects. Gain on-the-job experience and at the end of the academic year you should be recommended for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and if you choose, obtain a PGCE (60 credits at Masters level) awarded in conjunction with Kingston University.
For more information on training through George Abbot SCITT and advice on application, please click on the logo below.