Broom Valley Community School

“We Dare To Dream Big”

Vacancies

Level 3 Teaching Assistant – Specialist in Social and Emotional Learning Support

Permanent from Monday 6th June 2022

Salary: Scale Band E, Term Time Only

32.5 hours (8.30-3.30pm) per week plus 5 Inset days, with 1/2-hour lunch break

 

Post Summary:

We, the Board of Governors, are delighted that you are considering a career at Broom Valley. This is a very special learning community with a talented team, supportive families and fabulous pupils at its heart. We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and committed Learning Support Assistant who firmly believes that every child, regardless of their circumstances, can achieve excellent outcomes. The staff team are passionate about their work and support each other in their aim to provide the best for every child, every day. All enjoy their work and participate, wholeheartedly, in the professional culture that pervades.

The successful candidate will

  • have experience of supporting vulnerable pupils who have social, emotional and mental health needs.
  • have knowledge and experience of running effective, specialised, intervention programmes across school to support pupils with SEMH needs.
  • have experience of liaising with external partners that will support pupils with social and emotional needs and their families.

Personal Attributes:

  • believes that children ‘surprise us daily’ if we let them;
  • is self-driven to improve;
  • is committed to making a positive difference to the outcomes of every child.

GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English required (or an equivalent qualification). 

We will offer you:

  • an exciting opportunity to work in a school with a strong moral purpose;
  • the chance to develop your career in an outward looking, evidence informed, school;
  • wonderful children who love to learn and enjoy a challenge;
  • the support of a talented team;
  • work-life harmony;
  • laughter.

We hope that you will be able to visit our school to get a taste of all we have to offer.  There will be an opportunity to visit school:

  • Thursday 12th May 2022

Please contact Mrs Moore, Business Support Officer, at Broom Valley Community School on 01709 828636 if you are able to visit.  If you would like to discuss the role with Susie Arnold (Head Teacher) over the telephone, please contact 01709 828636 during school hours.

At Broom Valley Community School, we are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our children.  We work in partnership with parents/carers to safeguard and promote the welfare of our children.  When concerned about the welfare of a child, we will always act in the interests of the child and we have a responsibility to take action.  We have a legal duty to assist our colleagues in other agencies with child protection enquiries.

This post involves working with children and therefore if successful ,you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records at an enhanced level.  Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

Closing date: 16th May 2022 (Midday)

Shortlisting: 17th May 2022

Interviews: 24th May 2022                                                   

Please return by email to office@bvcs.org.uk or by post to Broom Valley Community School, Broom Valley Road, Rotherham. S60 2QU

Post Title: Class teacher (temporary for one year) required as soon as possible.

Salary: MPS (Applications from both NQTs and experienced teachers are welcomed).

Post Summary: We, the Board of Governors, are delighted that you are considering a teaching career at Broom Valley. This is a very special learning community with a talented team, supportive families and fabulous pupils at its heart. We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and committed teacher who firmly believes that every child, regardless of their circumstances, can achieve excellent outcomes. The staff team are passionate about their work and support each other in their aim to provide the best for every child, every day. All enjoy their work and participate, wholeheartedly, in the professional culture that pervades.

We will offer you:

  • an exciting opportunity to work in a school with a strong moral purpose;
  • the chance to develop your career in an outward looking, evidence informed, school;
  • wonderful children who love to learn and enjoy a challenge;
  • the support of a talented team;
  • work-life harmony;
  • laughter.

We need a teacher who:

  • believes that children ‘surprise us daily’ if we let them;
  • is self-driven to improve;
  • is committed to making a positive difference to the outcomes of every child.

We hope that you will be able to visit our school to get a taste of all we have to offer.  There will be an opportunity to visit school:

  • Thursday 26th May 2022 at 3.30pm

Please contact Mrs Moore, Business Support Officer, at Broom Valley Community School on 01709 828636 if you are able to visit.  If you would like to discuss the role with Susie Arnold (Head Teacher) over the telephone, please contact 01709 828636 during school hours.

At Broom Valley Community School, we are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of our children.  We work in partnership with parents/carers to safeguard and promote the welfare of our children.  When concerned about the welfare of a child, we will always act in the interests of the child and we have a responsibility to take action.  We have a legal duty to assist our colleagues in other agencies with child protection enquiries.

This post involves working with children and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records at an enhanced level.  Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check

Closing date:  Midday on Monday 6th June 2022

Shortlisting: Tuesday 7th June 2022    

Interviews: Wednesday 15th June 2022    

Please return by email to office@bvcs.org.uk or by post to Broom Valley Community School, Broom Valley Road, Rotherham. S60 2QU

Our Ideal School Culture

We would welcome the chance to work in a school characterised by laughter; where relationships with staff, pupils and their families are authentic, supportive and respectful. We would like to go to school each day knowing that risk taking is encouraged; comforted in the knowledge that there is a team there to catch us if we should stumble. We would like to work in a school where success is valued and celebrated; one where we are empowered to challenge each other to succeed. We would like this school to be a place of work that embodies fun and where collegiality prevails.  We would like to work in a school that listens to concerns and then acts, whilst not losing sight of maintaining its high expectations. We would like to be part of a team that examines, questions and reflects. We would like to go to work each day knowing that diversity is encouraged and celebrated. We would like to work in a school where everyone genuinely wants to be there; a school that is filled with those who choose to be there because of the difference they could make to themselves and others.  

Talent Pool

As more people have come to discover the Boom Valley Way, we have received an increasing number of enquiries from people who would like to become part of Team BVCS. Whilst we are unable to accept application forms in advance, we have set up a talent pool where you can register your interest. By doing so, you are not guaranteed an interview, but you will be notified should a vacancy arise.

Please complete the form below. 

Talent Pool

(Please note - this is an active opt in facility.  Every 6 months you will receive an email to check if you wish to remain registered, and having registered you will receive an email with details of how to return and change your alert preferences or, if you wish, remove yourself altogether.)