Thank you for interest in working at The Brooksbank School.
The Brooksbank School is a forward thinking and outward facing school, which utilises fully a wealth of excellent practitioners and practices. Aligned to new and exciting strategies that continue our incessant drive to maximise student outcomes and successes both academically, socially, and culturally we are highly regarded in the community we serve.
Exciting opportunities are available for the right candidate to help drive forward the whole school improvement agenda and should you be interested in working here at The Brooksbank School and impacting positively on the lives of our students, please see below for our current vacancies.
School Direct gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in school life immediately. It allows you to participate as an active and valuable members of our team and our community from the get-go!
Please go to the following URL for more details - https://www.valleylearning.org.uk/train-with-us
The Brooksbank School
Headteacher: Mr Dave Hewitt
27.5 hours per week plus 5 additional days
Scale 6 (pts 18-22): Salary range £16,211 - £17,547
The Brooksbank School is a large, popular comprehensive school and specialist sports college. It is an oversubscribed 11 to 18 co-educational school with over 1,800 students on role. The school works collaboratively with other schools locally via the Valley Learning Partnership of which it is a founder member.
Currently the school has an interim Headteacher and is receiving support from The Education Exchange.
As professionals, we are keen to reflect and develop our practice and you will be supported with a range of high-quality development opportunities appropriate to the stage of your career, your aptitudes, and interests.
We are looking for someone who:
Is a talented and effective classroom practitioner.
Has relevant experience in secondary schools.
Has very good ICT and data management skills.
Has vision, flair and creativity as well as the energy and determination to bring about change.
Is a strong team player and works effectively with young people, colleagues and the wider community.
Has the energy, stamina and commitment to make a difference and create the best possible educational opportunities for the young people at Brooksbank School.
Is likely to be an existing practitioner with significant skills, knowledge and experience of delivering high quality lessons.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Further information regarding our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy can be found on our school website. The successful applicant to this post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check (Disclosure) and other pre-employment checks before the appointment is confirmed.
Closing: Open to applications
Interviews: To be arranged with candidate