Learning Support Assistant
Required as soon as possible
Learning Support Assistant
Pay Range: Scale 3, point 14 – 17
The Governing Body and Headteacher of one of the highest attaining schools in Waltham Forest seek to appoint a skilled, enthusiastic, dynamic and inspirational Cover Supervisor to embrace the role of Cover supervisor at our school. This is an excellent opportunity to play a key role in the development of the school as we continue to successfully raise standards and move from Good to Outstanding. Our staff have strong moral purpose, work well together, within a collaborative, professional and very supportive ethos. The school provides a stimulating working environment with strong, committed staff who work hard to ensure that our students succeed. Are you passionate about ensuring that every young person achieves their full potential? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
Leytonstone School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people.
Offer of a position is subject to receiving satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS Disclosure.
We are an equal opportunities employer.
Please note we do not accept CV’s and references will be applied for at the shortlisting stage.
Closing date is – Friday 2nd February 2018 – Noon
Interviews will be W/B 5th February 2018
All completed applications should be returned to email@example.com
Please note: Incomplete application forms will NOT be accepted.
Teacher of Maths
A Passionate Teacher of Mathematics
TLR available for exceptional candidate
Pay Range: MPS 1 – 6 (inclusive of Outer London Allowance)
Job start: January (or April) 2018
The Governing Body and Headteacher of the highest attaining school in Waltham Forest seek to appoint a skilled, enthusiastic, dynamic and inspirational mathematician. This is an excellent opportunity to play a key role in the development of the school as we continue to successfully raise standards and move from Good to Outstanding. We are very pleased with our outstanding maths results this year: 65% 9-5 and 81% 9-4, one of the highest results in East London and well above the national average. Our staff have strong moral purpose, work well together, providing a collaborative, professional and very supportive ethos. The school provides a stimulating working environment with strong, committed staff who are working hard to exceed. Are you passionate about ensuring that every young person achieves their full potential? Do you want to be developed as a leader? Yes? You will benefit from our tailored programme which aims to develop you into a leader of tomorrow.
Leytonstone School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people. Offer of a position is subject to receiving satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS Disclosure. We are an equal opportunities employer. Please note we do not accept CV’s and references will be applied for at the shortlisting stage.
Interviews will be carried out on a rolling basis.
All completed applications should be returned to the above e-mail address,
FAO Mel Huseyin, the Headteacher’s PA
Please note: Incomplete application forms will NOT be accepted.
Leytonstone School is holding an election for new parent governors to join the Governing Body.
The Governing Body is also able to co-opt members to strengthen its capabilities in specific areas. With significant changes to the curriculum and examinations, school funding and academisation these are interesting times for schools.
If you would like to put your name forward for either the parent governor’s election or as a co-optee, please complete the reply slip attached and return it to the school as soon as possible and not later than 9th February 2018. You might want to talk to me or one of the co-Chairs – Siobhan Walsh or Alan Jeffrey – about what the role entails. Please let me know if you would like me to facilitate this. We will be holding an informal information session on Friday 2nd February at 5 – 6 p.m. Both myself and some of our governing body will be there to explain a bit more about the role and answer any questions you may have. Please feel free to pop along. All parents and carers welcome.
We are confident that amongst the many parents and carers of our students there are people who are both able and willing to join us. In particular we would welcome approaches from people with a financial management, legal or educational background.
Please be advised that if there is more than 4 candidates, an election will need to be held but this is a straightforward process. All you need to do is write a short paragraph (no more than 100 words) saying why you want to become a Parent Governor and what skills you could bring to the board; this will be sent to all parents with a voting paper.
Should there be fewer than 4 candidates those people who have applied to become a Parent Governors will automatically become a Parent Governor.
The role of the Governing Body is to provide the right balance of support and challenge to the leadership of a school in the best interests of its students. We want to be sure that at Leytonstone, as existing governors come to the end of their term of office, our Governing Body has the knowledge, skills and commitment to do that over the months and years ahead.
All governor appointments are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Baring Service check (DBS) check.
Please return this slip to the school before 9th February 2018
I wish to stand as a candidate for election as parent governor at Leytonstone School.
Family Name (Mr/Mrs/Ms etc.): ………………………………………………………………………………..
These details will appear on the ballot paper sent to parents.
Remember to include your statement (no more than 100 words) saying why you want to become a school governor and what skills/knowledge you feel that the board will benefit from.
Employment of staff (teaching and non-teaching) carried out through SLT and providing help with interviews
Performance management of head teacher
Safety and wellbeing of staff, students and visitors to the site
Maintenance of school buildings
Results and performance of students
Financial budget for the running of the school
Making sure adequate resources are supplied to enable staff to do their jobs well
Held to account by:
The Department for Education
The Health and Safety Executive etc.
I undertake to contribute to the work of the governing body in ensuring high standards of achievement for all children and young people in the school. I will do this by:
- Attending all full governing body meetings (usually 3 per year), except in exceptional circumstances.
- Attending one of the two main committees, meetings (usually 3–6 per year), except in exceptional circumstances.
- Attending promptly any training necessary to carry out my duties.
- Reading all documentation sent out by the school and commenting where appropriate.
- Being a link governor with staff about a particular area such as Leadership and Management, SEN or Literacy – this role includes at least two visits per year and written and verbal reports on those visits to the full governing body.
- When required to serve on panels of governors to:
- appoint the headteacher and other leaders
- appraise the headteacher
- set the headteacher’s pay and agree pay recommendations for staff
- hear the second stage of staff grievances and disciplinary matters
- hear appeals about pupil exclusions
I will set aside a minimum of 10 days a year to undertake my governing body responsibilities.
Summary of disqualifications from governorship
A person may not be a school governor if they do not agree with any of the following apply:
- I am not subject of a bankruptcy restrictions order or an interim order, debt relief restrictions order, an interim debt relief restrictions order or their estate has been sequestrated and the sequestration has not been discharged, annulled or reduced is subject to a disqualification order or disqualification undertaking under the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986, a disqualification order under Part 2 of the Companies (Northern Ireland) Order 1989, a disqualification undertaking accepted under the Company Directors Disqualification (Northern Ireland) Order 2002, or an order made under section 429(2)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986 (failure to pay under county court administration order)
- I have not been removed from the office of charity trustee or trustee for a charity by the Charity Commission or Commissioners or High Court on grounds of any misconduct or mismanagement, or under section 34 of the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005 from being concerned in the management or control of any Board
- I am not included in the list of teachers or workers considered by the Secretary of State as unsuitable to work with children or young people
- I am not barred from any regulated activity relating to children
- I am not subject to a direction of the Secretary of State under section 128 of the Education and Skills Act 2008
- I am not disqualified from working with children or from registering for child-minding or providing day care
- I am not disqualified from being an independent school proprietor, teacher or employee by the Secretary of State
- I have not been sentenced to three months or more in prison (without the option of a fine) in the five years before becoming a governor or since becoming a governor
- I have not received a prison sentence of two years or more in the 20 years before becoming a governor
- I have not at any time received a prison sentence of five years or more
- I have not been fined for causing a nuisance or disturbance on school premises during the five years prior to or since appointment or election as a governor
- I have not refused a request by the clerk to make an application to the Criminal Records Bureau for a criminal records certificate.
I have provided a copy of my proof of identity (Valid passport, driving licence or birth certificate) to the school/Governor Services.