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Hatch End High School, Headstone Lane, Harrow, Middlesex HA3 6NR

OFSTED NOVEMBER: ‘Students Thrive in this School’

 Hatch End High School is a high performing, innovative Academy in Harrow with a large and very successful Sixth Form. We are extremely proud of our diverse and multi-ethnic cohort and outstanding reputations for Inclusion and academic achievement. Standards and progress are high but we are never complacent. Our school ethos, WE CARE: Co-operation, Ambition, Respect, Excellence, underpins everything we do.

We are looking to appoint a Year Team Assistant for our Sixth Form who be responsible for managing and monitoring absence/punctuality of our Sixth Form students, maintaining student records and administrating Sixth Form bursary.  This role also plays a prominent role in the pastoral support and behaviour management including supervising the use of the study area, initially investigating incidents plus monitoring, mentoring and organising rewards and sanctions.  You will need a good general education, an interest in how young people learn and enthusiasm for supporting young people in a school setting.  Having a background and experience of working in the public services e.g. Education, Health, Police would be desirable. 

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic self-starter who will relish the opportunity of developing the Sixth Form pastoral systems and will be passionate about supporting our young people to achieve.

The role is for 36 hours per week. Two weeks to be worked in August at the time of external exam results – actual days to be agreed with Line Manager.

An application form must be completed; CVs will not be accepted.  Application forms are available on our website together with the job description, person specification and more information on your career at Hatch End High School.

Closing Date: 12 noon, Monday 13th December 2021

Hatch End High School is an equal opportunities employer.  This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All posts working in schools are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and two written references.


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