Waverley School welcomes children into its Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form provision. Since gaining specialist Humanities status in 2006, there have been sustained and rapid changes resulting in even greater improvement. Having already been judged outstanding by Ofsted in April 2010, and again in December 2012, we achieved a further outstanding judgement in 2014. These fantastic achievements are recognition of the excellent relationships between staff, parents and carers, pupils and the community. In recognition of its high focus on staff development, research and school improvement Waverley School holds the Investors in People Gold Award and has been designated as a Department for Education Teaching School since March 2014.
We are an all through school for pupils aged 4-19, with a resource base for pupils with cognition and learning difficulties. Our school community benefits greatly from our new, landmark award winning buildings that provide everyone with state of the art facilities for learning, teaching and training. Waverley School makes its inclusive vision a reality. We do have high expectations of behaviour, attendance, uniform, achievement and attainment. We believe in every child being given the opportunity to achieve his or her potential and even go beyond. We have a strong, well-qualified and committed team of staff who aim to do this.
Humanity, Equality, Aspiration and Respect
‘Learning Through Diversity.’
At Waverley School we promote a culture of ‘Learning Through Diversity.’ We believe that education is about transforming the lives of young people so that they become successful adults, helping to deepen their understanding of human values and attitudes and developing their vision, ambition and aspirations. We also believe that it is about preparing pupils so that they gain the confidence and capacity to flourish in the British and global society of today and tomorrow. We work collectively to ensure that pupils are able to make carefully considered lifestyle choices, develop and maintain friendships (including the responsible use of social media and digital technology) and discover forms of work that are fulfilling, enjoying and enriching their lives through discovery, reading and culture and face the future with calm intelligence and resourcefulness.
Through our school values of Humanity, Equality, Aspiration and Respect we have created an environment that allows all learners to flourish because mutual respect is encouraged alongside a strong desire to learn. The process begins with enabling every learner to recognise and realise his or her potential and capacity to achieve, and encouraging every learner to aspire. The staff, working alongside the pupils, are actively engaged in learning as they continually improve and develop their expertise and professionalism. A climate of high expectation is actively promoted. We regularly review the work of the school so that our pupils want to take advantage of the best possible opportunities we create for them.
18th September 2020
£20,344 - £26,317 pro rata
Senior Science Technician Salary £20,344 - £26,317 (Full Time, Pro-rata, Term Time Only) Actual Salary Approximately £17,785 To start ASAP We are a Humanities Specialist College w ...
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