Bournemouth is located in South Dorset, with fabulous beaches to the south, the beautiful New Forest to the east and the rolling hills of Purbeck to the west. The Bourne Academy is based to the north of the town and has a good network of buses that service the area. The Bourne Academy welcomes students of all abilities and from all backgrounds. Staff take the time to get to know and understand each students, supporting them to do their very best. We believe that everyone is a learner and everyone is a teacher.
The Academy creates an ethos that promotes academic, vocational and personal development. Students receive regular constructive feedback which identifies clearer targets for improvement. Tracking and monitoring of progress has been designed to help students to improve and excel. It is an exciting time in the Academy’s development, with fantastic new buildings and state-of-the-art IT.
Pastoral Support Worker
Full-time / term time +2 weeks
Required for September
Salary Grade 4 £16,491 - £17,841 pro rata (£18,319 - £19,819 FTE)
Several schools have a House system underpinning their pastoral care, but very few have as many as eight Houses. Relationships within the House are strengthened through regular House assemblies and internal competitions which also provide an opportunity for friendly rivalry between the Houses.
The Academy’s House system is named after the lighthouses standing at various points along the south coast, providing illumination, aide navigation and safe harbour for mariners and wayfarers. At The Bourne Academy we aspire to do likewise for all our students. The Academy seeks to broaden the horizons of all its students. From the moment a child enters the Academy the Houses offer pastoral care and support which helps confidence to grow. This creates the platform on which academic success can be built.
Every individual, their needs and aspirations, are important. The Academy values every child and every adult associated with it. We aim to create a culture in which every person is treated with dignity and respect.
Main Purpose: To work with the Director of Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare and Heads of House, who head the work of form tutors, to ensure the welfare and progress of students in their learning, personal development and transition through KS3 and KS4 and into the 6th form.
This role is demanding and rewarding, and you must like children!
We invest in our staff and we have a fantastic CPD programme for everyone to access.
All posts are subject to enhanced DBS checks. The Bourne Academy is an equal opportunities employer.
How to Apply
For an application pack and further details, please contact HR at
firstname.lastname@example.org or download an application form from our web site www.thebourneacademy.com
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 17 July 2018
Hourly Rate currently £8.35 per hour (including holiday pay)
The Bourne Academy is looking to expand our invigilation team to assist with internal and external exam seasons. This would be an ideal opportunity for someone who is looking to work flexible working hours. As an exam invigilator, you will need to be reliable, good timekeeper, responsible, good communication skills and the ability to work individually or part of a team.
Exams are taken at various times during the academic year, which means working on a casual, as and when required basis. This role is paid hourly and is subject to an enhanced DBS check. Proof of Right to Work in the UK will also be required.
If interested, please email email@example.com, or alternatively call Mrs Luker on 01202 528554
For further information and an application pack, please contact HR, at the Academy on 01202 528554 or email firstname.lastname@example.org