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Vacancies at Oaklands Academy

We are seeking casual bank staff for our School Crossing Patrol Service

Are you available to cover various shifts at short notice?

If you like working outdoors and would enjoy a responsible role, assisting members of the public with safely crossing the roads around the school, this could be the perfect role. 

Please contact careers@apcoa.com or call Hayley Bryant on 07929340941


Part time Inclusion Manager – Permanent  - Non class based,

Salary:  Leadership Scale 0.5 pro rata

Hours of Work – Every morning Monday-Friday


Do you want to love your job?

Oaklands has an excellent reputation within our local community.  An overwhelmingly positive culture exists within our happy and successful school community. We believe Oaklands is a haven where children from all backgrounds can flourish and achieve. Our vision for Oaklands is clear - we believe that children must have the best possible education to improve their life chances. As a member of the dynamic leadership team you will have opportunities both within Oaklands and externally – working with a range of partners.  We demand a lot from our teachers, but you can be assured of support from an outstanding staff team whose commitment is recognized and rewarded at all times. Do you think you have the talent, drive and dedication to make the difference to a very deserving community? 

You will need to be a strategic leader who:

  • Is a dynamic, motivational leader with a proven success record of improving teaching and learning, preferably through inclusion work
  • Leads by example and has a track record of raising standards and levels of achievement
  • Is able to inspire and motivate staff to be part of an outstanding team
  • Is an excellent, engaging communicator who will develop strong relationships with children, parents and the wider community
  • Have the national SENCO award or be willing to undertake this, with the support of Oaklands

We offer:

  • The opportunity to shape the future of our successful school
  • Enthusiastic, creative and respectful children
  • Inspirational, talented, committed staff
  • A vibrant school community
  • A non-classed based role which gives you the opportunity to positively impact school improvement
  • First class professional development opportunities
  • The chance to work with a supportive family of schools who share the same passion for primary education

Key responsibilities include

  • Inclusion work across the school - The ideal candidate for this position will be an inclusive educational practitioner and middle leader prepared for increased responsibility or seeking a fresh challenge as a school-wide leader. The appointee will be an excellent communicator, building trusting relationships with pupils, teachers and parents. - providing outstanding support and direction for the coordination of inclusion throughout the school. You will regularly monitor progress against targets for pupils with additional needs from teachers’ plans and evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and learning by work analysis. As the school inclusion manager, you will liaise with staff, parents, external agencies and other schools to co-ordinate their contribution, provide maximum support and ensure continuity of educational provision for pupils with additional needs.


For further details please call 01959573963 or email Roisin.Kushoro@oaklands.bromley.sch.uk . Visits are highly recommended and further information about the academy is also available at http://www.oaklandsprimarybromley.co.uk

CLOSING DATE:  18 May 2018-12noon    SHORTLISTING:   18 May 2018-12noon                   INTERVIEWS:    W/C 21.5.18

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