Published
November 23, 2021
Location
Category
Job Type
Short Summary
We require someone who can interact successfully with students, staff and parents, dealing with welfare and first aid issues, as well as providing additional administrative support.
Salary
£19,293 - £20,351 per year (NJC Scale Point 6– 9)
Working Pattern
Full time position: Paid for working 40 weeks of the year, 36 hours a week • Required as soon as possible
Closing Date
November 30, 2021

Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work as part of a welcoming, talented and highly motivated team in an Academy judged by OFSTED to be outstanding. We require someone who can interact successfully with students, staff and parents, dealing with welfare and first aid issues, as well as providing additional administrative support.

Wren Academy Enfield is the second school of the Wren Academies Trust. Having successfully opened in September 2021 with a first cohort of Year 7 students, we shared our accommodation with AIM Academy at Ponders End, Enfield in our first year. We have relocated to the Chase Farm Hospital site into temporary accommodation before starting to move into our permanent buildings including the sports hall and dance studio during the academic year.

Wren Academy Enfield is jointly sponsored by the London Diocesan Board for Schools and Berkhamsted School. This new school has been closely modelled on the successful Wren Academy Finchley which has a strong sporting tradition with high standards of involvement and conduct.

Wren Academy Finchley quickly developed a strong reputation for outstanding teaching and learning, as well as enabling students to make excellent progress as demonstrated by our Progress 8 figure, which places us in the top 100 schools nationally. Since opening, the school has been awarded three outstanding Ofsteds and two outstanding SIAMs reports. All the factors that have led to the notable success so far are being put in place to ensure similar outcomes at Wren Academy Enfield.

The successful candidate will take over, and help to develop, existing and new welfare systems within the Academy. They will be working independently with senior teaching staff and also within the team carrying out administrative tasks as required. The role is varied and interesting. First Aid and other training will be given as necessary. Enthusiasm and the ability to interact professionally across a number of levels, is also important. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to use their own initiative, combined with common sense.

Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 30 November 2021

For an application pack, please see our website.

Please note that we require the Wren Academy Application Form to be completed before we are able to consider your application. We do not accept CV’s.

The Wren Academies Trust is committed to the highest standards of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate will be required for all posts which will be subject to enhanced checks.

The Trust embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity. We wish to further develop a diverse community and encourage applications from all sections of society.

Only registered members can apply for jobs.