Job Ref: Teacher
Details: Teacher Vacancy – The Pivot Academy, Leeds East. We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated, creative and resilient practitioner who will play an integral part in the development of our school, with some flexibility to work across KS2, KS3 and KS4. You will lead and coordinate the delivery of a subject or subjects across the school. Promote and engage with students in your subject area/s; working with the team of teaching staff, support staff and behaviour mentors, you will assist across all aspects of the curriculum to promote a healthy and supportive working environment. Committed to delivering highest quality education and with experience of working with SEND, you will help us achieve the highest of standards and continue to deliver the best for our students. Ensure that all statutory requirements as deﬁned by Ofsted/ DFE, and other external bodies are actioned. As an organisation, we offer excellent benefits, work/life balance, CPD and progression support and development. We promote diversity and inclusion and want to have a workforce which reflects the population of ours schools and areas, therefore we welcome applicants from all backgrounds. If you are interested in this role, please contact Helen Sutcliffe, Marketing Manager, via email for further information, firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing Date 30.09.2020. Interviews TBC. We are committed to safeguarding our young people and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service check and appropriate referencing.
Job Ref: Learning & Behaviour Mentor
Details: Learning & Behaviour Mentor Vacancy - The Pivot Academy, Leeds East site. We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated, creative and resilient practitioner who will play an integral part in the development of our school, with some flexibility to work across KS2, KS3 and KS4. You will carry out the duties as of a Learning and Behavior Mentor, you will co-ordinate and address the barriers to learning for either an individual pupil or a targeted group of pupils who may have significant social, emotional and mental health needs in order to enable them to achieve their full potential. You will be expected to initiate and implement behaviour support both within the classroom, on a one to one basis/ small group basis and as part of targeted group work. You will be expected to liaise with and support teaching/associate staff and offer personalised individual strategies to help with these behavioural difficulties in order to overcome barriers to learning. You should keep records of your work, which may be required to be shared with school staff and Pivot. If you are interested in this role, please contact Helen Sutcliffe, Marketing Manager, via email for further information, email@example.com Closing Date 30.09.2020 Interviews TBC We are committed to safeguarding our young people and promoting the welfare of children and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service check and appropriate referencing.
Here at Pivot our vision and passion to grow as a company and provider is stronger than ever and this is clearly evidenced by our recent inspection outcomes. We remain committed to putting young people at the centre of everything we do and as a result we have achieved phenomenal results with schools, local authorities and most importantly, young people. We pride ourselves on our ability to think outside the box and take comfort in challenging the norms and developing a creative response to need in our specialist areas of special educational needs, pastoral, inclusion and alternative educational services and support. We work with students who display challenging behaviour in certain situations. It is our job to enable them to take responsibility for themselves and to be able to contribute successfully to society and we are looking for professionals who have the drive and ambition to support this.
We have recently been graded as ‘Good’ in all areas in both our Kirklees and Leeds schools
“Parents and carers comment that the school has greatly improved their children lives. They value the regular communication and support that the school provides. They say that thei children are now happy and want to learn”
OFSTED June 2019 – Pivot Academy Leeds East
“The school provides an oasis of calm for pupils who have previously experienced disruption to their schooling. This makes a significant difference to pupils’ personal development and welfare”
OFSTED February 2018 – The Pivot Academy Kirklees