23rd September 2020
Sir Bernard Lovell Academy
GRADE 6 £20,327 - £22,035 actual salary
HIGHER LEVEL TEACHING ASSISTANT Required from Term 2, 35.25 hours per week, term time only Permanent position Salary: GRADE 6 £20,327 - £22,035 actual salary We are seeking a High ...
21st September 2020
Sir Bernard Lovell Academy
MPR1 £24,371 - UPR3 £40,488
TEMPORARY MATHS TEACHER Fixed Term Contract to cover Maternity Leave Required December 2020 until August 2021, or the member of staff's return, if earlier. Required from December ...
SBL Academy aspires to be a high quality learning environment with learning and progress at the heart of our community. We promote care and respect and expect high standards in all aspects of school life. We want every member of our student community to leave our school with the necessary skills, attributes, empathy, knowledge and qualifications required to be highly successful, thoughtful and reflective adults who contribute and flourish. Ensuring that this is the case, is an important focus for us at SBL Academy.
Encouraging high standards of behaviour, excellent school attendance, enjoying a wide range of rich experiences and giving children hope and aspiration for the future are also key elements in making sure that students are equipped to do well. At SBL we strongly believe that this is a shared responsibility with parents and carers. To that end, we have every wish to work closely and supportively with this important part of our wider school community.
Our ultimate aim is to produce students who are well rounded and are suitably prepared to take their place into our dynamic local, national and international community – wherever the future takes them.
Central to our ambition is the wish to meet the needs of young people in our region of the west of England and to prepare them for adult and working life in the 21st century with an ambitious learning experience that motivates and facilitates growth.
At SBL, each young person will be encouraged and supported to aim high and achieve her/his ambitions. High quality teaching, a well-ordered environment and a rich curriculum will ensure that each individual enjoys a positive and fulfilling experience that will set them up for success in life. Their progress will be enhanced further through the wide range of enrichment opportunities they will experience and from the personalised and effective support they will receive.
‘Through cooperation, honesty and effort, all SBL students will learn and develop positivity and resilience that will help them to grow in confidence and achieve the highest possible aspirations for their futures’
At the heart of our community lie the fundamental values of respect and tolerance. Sir Bernard Lovell Academy is a community where each person is valued as a unique individual and where individual difference is celebrated. We will work together to challenge discrimination and to promote the importance of respecting the beliefs and practices of others.
Building on this firm foundation, all governors, parents, students and staff believe the following behaviours and qualities will help us to achieve our vision. We value:
As a member of the SBL community, we will endeavour to demonstrate these values in everything we do.
If you're searching for your next post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.
Wellsway School is part of the Wellsway Multi Academy Trust, established in 2014, which forms a partnership of schools spanning the Bristol - Keynsham - Bath area that work together to provide a high quality educational experience for all students in their care. Being part of this family of schools that is cross stage as well as cross phase allows staff to share best practice across all key stages and across different types of schools and the trust is moving towards its vision of being a truly inclusive provider of 4-19 education in East Bristol and Bath.
The Trust’s strategic vision
Collaboration and joint working will ensure that all academies in the Trust can share in, and benefit from, each other’s strengths.
Please see our Career Site for further details on the Trust and our vacancies.