"The School has achieved its mission to encourage excellence and nurture talent" Ofsted
My NQT experience at King Edward’s has been overwhelmingly positive. The staff within my department, as well as in the wider school have been really supportive and I have gained advice from many different staff. It seems there is a nice blend of experienced staff who can help you out, but also some young staff who have recently had to adapt to the way the school works and what the students are like.
The best aspect of the school for me this year has been the behaviour and attitude of the students. They really are a joy to teach and I have always felt relaxed about trying new T+L strategies. Furthermore, the trip opportunities really are a real perk of the job for me. I appreciate they aren’t for everybody but I have really enjoyed that opportunity. Sam Brennan, History NQT
Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit our website.
At King Edward's we are committed to ensuring the highest standards in Teaching and Learning. The classroom experience is the single and most vitally important thing that our staff do and as a school our aim is to support and nurture the talent that we are fortunate to have in our staffroom. We hope to provide a supportive start for those new to the profession as well as providing opportunities for a new intellectual challenge for those for whom this might be their second or third move. Our Deputy Head Teaching and Learning and his team of Lead Practitioners and our links with the Education Departments at Hull University and Bishop Grosseteste University mean that we can offer a supportive enrivonment for teachers to flourish and develop. Last year nearly 50% of observed lessons were rated as outstanding and it is our desire to help all teachers excel and become outstanding practitioners.
Please do look carefully at the various downloads on the righthand side including the information about re-location for those who are not familiar with the area. If you have any further questions then please do not hesitate to get in touch with our HR Officer (Clare Owen) on 01507 600456.
King Edward VI Grammar School (part of the King Edward VI Education Trust),
Edward Street, Louth, LN11 9LL
Salary NJC 13-16 (£16,491 - £17,419 pa FTE)
Actual Salary £10,790 - £11,397 per annum
Temporary contract until Friday 15th December 2017
28.75 hours per week (Monday – Friday) 09.00 – 15.45 with 1 hour unpaid lunch
39 weeks per year (term time plus 1 week for development days)
Required as soon as possible
An enthusiastic, organised and well-motivated Teaching Assistant is required to work within the Learning Support Team of our Grammar School. The successful candidate will be required to work with students with a range of special educational needs and disabilities across a number of different subject areas. A flexible team approach is essential.
Candidates with particular knowledge of Dyslexia, Autism Spectrum Disorder and students suffering from anxiety would be advantageous, as would candidates who can demonstrate recent experience of managing behavioural issues.
This post may suit candidates that wish to pursue a future career in teaching.
The Job Description can be found on the link below and an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form are on links in the blue box on the right. Please email both forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions regarding the post please feel free to Clare on 01507 353462 or email the above.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 16th May 2017
Interviews to be held w/c 22nd May 2017
King Edward VI Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to a full Enhanced Disclosure check and references will be taken up before interview.