17th May 2022
St Augustine Academy
Grade: WAT Grade D points 6-9 £15,075 - £15,998
We are looking to recruit a Cover Supervisor who would take lessons in the absence of the class teacher. The Cover Supervisor will be required to distribute and explain the work s ...
St Augustine Academy is committed to providing an education that ensures all students succeed and make the best of the opportunities and experiences available to them. Our core principles are based upon the educational, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students. We believe that students engage fully and reach their maximum potential when the environment is both caring and orderly, combined with teaching that fires their imagination and brings learning to life.
Embedded in our curriculum are many opportunities for students to access the essential skills that have been identified by numerous employers as fundamental for successful employment. We place great emphasis upon leadership, teamwork, creative solutions and innovation. Our curriculum provides numerous opportunities for these and other relevant skills to be introduced, practised and mastered so that when our students go forward into the world of work they are fully prepared.
The core purpose of academies is to transform the education and life chances of not only individuals but also the local community. We exemplify these notions as we seek to inspire our current students and those of future generations to succeed. We have a great deal to offer our community and look forward to working with others in ensuring that we genuinely do make a difference to the life chances of our students.
At St Augustine Academy we aim to transform lives through the power of holistic education. Our caring inclusive Christian community, for all faiths and none, enables students to grow academically, creatively, and spiritually. The Academy develops everyone's intellect, character, and sense of self-worth encouraging each to live a fulfilling and compassionate life.
We promote respect for each other, honesty and forgiveness as well as a desire to learn and achieve. These values are rooted in faith, delivered as a united community and are central to our motto, “Together we achieve.”
We are committed to:
Encouraging students to become responsible global citizens who make a positive contribution to society.
Broadening horizons, encouraging the realisation that our local community is part of a wider world which brings its own opportunities and responsibilities.
The continuous development of our staff to ensure that the best professional practice underpins our drive for student success.
Woodard Academies Trust is an education charity formed in 2007 to deliver an academy programme on behalf of Woodard Schools. Created by founder Nathaniel Woodard in 1848, Woodard is the largest group of independent Church of England schools in England and Wales. Woodard Academies Trust and Woodard Schools share a common ethos and vision: to inspire young people to make a difference.
Woodard currently sponsors five academies across the UK.
The Woodard family of schools and academies provides many inter-school opportunities; the sharing of best practice and a strength and expertise within education. Their pioneering heritage places much emphasis on leadership and personal development. From attractive, welcoming environments to modern facilities, a Woodard education offer a rich variety of extra-curricular activities, professional teaching and effective pastoral care.
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