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  • Job Title

    Cover/Supply Teacher

  • Location

    Bradford-on-Avon

  • Posted

    20th November 2020

  • School

    St Laurence School

  • Salary

    NJC SCP 12 – 14 (£10,124 - £10,958 pro rata)

  • Hours

    Term Time

  • Description

    Salary: NJC SCP 12 – 14 (£22,627 - £24,491) FTE pa, £11.73 - £12.69 per hour) depending on experience/qualifications - £10,124 - £10,958 pro rata  Hours: Hours 19.5 hours per ...

  • Job Title

    Textiles Technician

  • Location

    Bradford-on-Avon

  • Posted

    20th November 2020

  • School

    St Laurence School

  • Salary

    NJC Grade F SCP 9 (£2,878 - £3,053 actual salary)

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Salary: NJC Grade F SCP 9 - 11 £20,903 - £22,183 FTE (£2,878 - £3,053 actual salary) Hours: 1 day per week : Friday 8.45am until 3.15pm (with a 30-minute unpaid lunch) - Paid as 6 ...

  • Job Title

    Science Technician

  • Location

    Bradford-on-Avon

  • Posted

    20th November 2020

  • School

    St Laurence School

  • Salary

    NJC SCP 9 – 11 Pro-rata £9,591 - £10,178

  • Hours

    Term Time

  • Description

    Salary: NJC SCP 9 – 11 Pro-rata £9,591 - £10,178 (FTE £20,903 - £22,183)  Hours: Hours 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 10.30am – 2.30pm -  39 weeks per year (term t ...

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Overview

We are a thriving and successful comprehensive academy where we place great value on both academic excellence and developing the whole person. We work hard to create opportunities for every student to achieve to their full potential and have the best possible preparation for adult life. In the words of our mission statement: we care, we inspire, we succeed. As one visitor commented, “a school with head and heart working together”.

We benefit from a dual foundation status. One of these is the Diocese of Salisbury, meaning that we are a Church of England school. While we are fully inclusive, welcoming students of all faiths and none, we believe that our Christian foundation provides a context within which to foster a sense of understanding and compassion for others, and the courage to act on our beliefs. We are proud to have the Lord Fitzmaurice Educational Trust as the other part of our foundation. The Trust links us firmly to our community and Lord Fitzmaurice’s vision of creating opportunities for all local young people through education is very much alive today at St Laurence.

Our GCSE exam results are excellent, with student attainment well above the national average. We have a strong and successful sixth form, with a very high proportion moving on to university including Oxbridge. Following their visit in June 2017, Ofsted inspectors commented on our commitment to high standards:

“…improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is at the very heart of the work of the school. You have created a clear vision of teaching and learning that is based on two pillars: firstly, that teachers must ensure the tasks they set accurately meet the needs of their pupils. Secondly, that pupils understand what they need to do to improve their work”.

We have a great reputation for the many opportunities for personal development our students enjoy: superb Performing Arts productions, a huge programme of clubs, sport, overseas expeditions, exchange programmes and residential “challenge” weeks. In all of these, the development of confidence, enjoyment and leadership are as important to us as high levels of performance and achievement.

As a Headteacher, and a parent, I am aware that the years our young people spend in secondary school are extremely precious and important. I want each of them to leave school with the best possible qualifications which will open doors for them in an increasingly competitive world. But I also want them to leave as happy and confident individuals, who will continue to make significant contributions to their community.

My staff work with huge commitment, professionalism and passion to make this a reality for all our youngsters. That said, we can be most successful when we work in close partnership with parents. We are committed to developing trust, openness and support so that together we can enable your children to flourish. 

Fergus Stewart
Headteacher

Christian Vision and Values

Our Christian vision is to develop young people with active and creative minds. Within the context of our Christian and civic foundations we aim to foster a sense of understanding and compassion for others, and the courage to act on our beliefs.

St Laurence strives to be an outstanding school, offering a broad and challenging education to meet the needs of all students. We are committed to inspiring students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual and personal development through a stimulating and comprehensive curriculum.

Within a caring, respectful, inclusive community, we cultivate a desire to learn, take risks and accept challenges. We want our students to be resilient and adaptable, equipped with the knowledge, skills and curiosity to continue their education and become fulfilled, confident, socially responsible adults.

Our Vision and Values are rooted in our Christian foundations and follow that of the Church of England, as expressed in the 2016 Church Of England Vision For Education. This publication can be download at the bottom of the page.

We care. We inspire. We succeed.

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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 individuals - 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.