New College Leicester is an 11-18 community college serving over 900 students, based towards the west of Leicester city. It is a Foundation School. The Trustees, Governors and all of the staff at the college are passionate about our mission to provide an education and service which results in “Outstanding progress for all” – for both students and staff. We understand that individual students have individual talents with a variety of hopes and aspirations. It is our job to ensure that each one grows and flourishes here at New College Leicester. We have very high expectations of our students and work closely with them to identify any specific needs and support they may require. We encourage parents to take a full and active involvement in their child’s education at New College Leicester. We believe that close partnership with parents ensures that every student achieves as much as they can in their time with us. Students are expected to play an active part in the life of the college, to care about, and contribute to the community and to treat one another with mutual respect. Our most valuable resource is our staff; whether they are teachers, support staff or volunteers, they contribute to the students’ welfare and progress. We only employ people who share our energy and passion about making a difference to the lives of young people. We give all our staff and volunteers the support, challenge and training for the work they do in the College to ensure that their work meets the high quality and standards we expect. We are proud of our links with the local community and are eager to grow and develop these further. We welcome and encourage community groups to use our fantastic college facilities and work with us to put New College Leicester at the heart of our local community.
New College Leicester is an integral part of the local community. We are keen to grow and develop our community links and are continually looking for new ways to develop the college to meet the needs of the wider community. We have excellent links with many community partners including local primary schools, the police, local community groups and the local leisure centre. Our students are expected to take an active part in the life of the local community so they can grow into active citizens within it.
24th September 2020
£19,052 to £21,035
New College Leicester are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Pastoral Support Assistant who will support the Head of Year in establishing high standards of achievement, beh ...
18th September 2020
Have you got what it takes to make a real difference? The postholder will be a full part of the School Leadership Team (SLT) and will also manage the Head of PE, Head of Business, ...
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We are fortunate at New College Leicester to be working with some great partners who are all very much working collaboratively with the us. These partners are from the public, private and voluntary sectors and they all share the same ethos, principals and values as the college. Both our Learning and Sports Strategies are driven by the strap line Outstanding Progress for All. We are convinced that working collaboratively that we will deliver this strap line with greater success than anyone organisation working alone.
There is no doubt that the college is on an exciting journey and it is keen to engage like minded partners along the way. The Learning and Sports Village concept is more than a concept it is about producing with our partners outstanding outcomes for our students, the local community and the City of Leicester.
We are partnered with:
Allexton and New Parks Junior Football Club
Hinkley Gymnastics Club
Leicester Forest Cycling Club
Waterfront Boxing Academy
Our Primary Links:
ew College Leicester is recognised by Government and the Department for education for its effective support towards Primary School PE and School Sport. Following the political changes in 2010 and the disbanding of the previous government’s policies, school sport has become a political football. Despite this the College have put together a package of support that sees outreach work provided to primary schools supported by opportunities for primary schools to visit New College and our fantastic facilities. We are currently providing support to the following schools
|Braunstone Frith Primary School||Stokes Wood Primary School|
|Caldecote Primary School||Parks Primary School|
|Christ the King Primary School||Forest Lodge Primary School|
|Inglehurst Junior School||Inglehurst Infant School|
|Dovelands Primary School||King Richard III Infant School|
The college is breaking new grounds through the innovative sports development work that is helping with the college’s ambition of placing the college at the heart of the community. The colleges current facilities are of the highest quality and are home to well established and well run community focussed clubs. The college wishes to grow this concept and work with like-minded partners that share the same ethos and principals to develop a Learning and Sports Village hub that will be a heartbeat for sports development.
The college is well linked with sports development organisations and in particular National Governing Bodies of Sport. We are very mindful of the national direction of travel but more importantly we are familiar with translating the national direction of travel in to meaningful outcomes for our partners and in particular our young people.
Over the 5 years of our sport and physical activity strategy we are committed to working with our partners to increase participation in sport and physical activity. We recognise that this is not possible without the support of the many volunteers and coaches. Endless hours are committed by these valuable individuals that provide opportunities to participate in their respective sports from grass roots through to being on the verges of the Olympic Games.
Securing outstanding progress to improve the life chances of our students is our priority. As a result, New College Leicester is committed to providing high quality CPD, so that teaching across the college strives for outstanding and in turn our students become equipped with the skills, knowledge and understanding to thrive in their adult life. All CPD is linked to the national Teachers’ Standards and can be personalised to meet individual and whole college priorities. Regardless of experience or expertise we expect all staff to share and disseminate good practice so together we can ensure our students get the high quality education they deserve.
If you come to work with us here at New College there are plenty of CPD opportunities for you to hone and develop your teaching and of course share excellent practice. Here at New College, we recognise not every teacher needs, nor wants, the same CPD as their colleagues. Therefore, Our personalised CPD pathways have been designed to improve teaching through addressing individual, faculty and college priorities, e.g. Boys’ achievement and in addition meet the experience, interest and needs of all.
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The support at New College Leicester for newly qualified teachers is second to none. Our extensive NQT support package means our NQTs quickly develop into some of the professions best teachers. All of our NQTs receive a personalised programme of support and CPD, which not only recognises existing excellent practice, but provides many opportunities to develop, improve and hone teaching through sharing best practice and working alongside the college’s outstanding teachers. Our bespoke induction programme, leads our NQTS towards developing a sound knowledge and understanding of what good and outstanding teaching and learning looks like in the daily classroom
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