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The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Broadwater School, situated between Godalming and Guildford in Surrey is a co-educational comprehensive school for students aged 11 – 16. Its modern and well-equipped school buildings are situated in spacious grounds with extensive sports facilities.  The mainline station of Farncombe is 10 minutes’ walk from the school and is on the main Waterloo to Portsmouth line.

At Broadwater School we strive for excellence in every aspect of our work.  The idea contained in our school motto ‘By Increments Conquer’ sets out that students can achieve by breaking challenging tasks into more manageable components.  High expectations of our students, our staff and our relationships ensure that we are all able to achieve personal, social and academic success.

The school has developed a climate for learning and a sense of community in a friendly, encouraging and positive environment.  Our school is committed to its staff and has a strong professional development programme. 

Our approach to learning built around the 4Cs, Critical, Caring, Creative and Collaborative thinking underpins our work and is the foundation of our learning.  This is captured in our three-point Vision Statement:

  • To deliver a holistic curriculum centred around Critical, Caring, Creative and Collaborative thinking (4Cs).
  • To support every child to make exceptional progress.
  • To create a highly motivated, ambitious and thoughtful community.

"Staff morale is high at the school. Staff were very positive about the recent improvements and changes leadership has brought about."  Ofsted January 2016

Broadwater School is an equal opportunities employer.

Please contact our Human Resources Officer, Ms Rosemarie Earlam for further details on any vacancies. 

Phone: 01483 520634

Email: r.earlam@broadwater.surrey.sch.uk

Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) / Right to Work in the UK – Information for Applicants
If you are offered employment at Broadwater School, it is a condition of appointment that you obtain an Enhanced DBS check and also confirm that you have the right to work in the UK. Both these checks will be undertaken by the school as soon as possible after the offer of employment has been made and you would be required to provide certain information and identity documentation in support of this.  Please see further details below.


Current Vacancies

Broadwater Vacancies on TES 

ADMIN ASSISTANT - SEND

32.5 hours per week / 39 weeks per year

Salary Range:   Surrey Pay PS5 £21,169 - £23,367

To start as soon as possible, An Admin Assistant to provide support to the busy Learning Support department.  The successful applicant will have a lively engaging personality with a proactive approach and be sensitive to the special needs of the students.  Able to work on their own initiative with a flexible approach.

Please see Job Profile (below in supporting documentation) for more information.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Provide admin support for students on the SEN register who are statemented in the form of Annual Surrey Review paperwork and coordination of Annual Surrey Review Meetings and calendar.
  • Provide admin support for SEN transport arrangements
  • Oversee and carry out regular updates on the Code of Practice Register, census etc.
  • Day to day admin duties including writing letters, dealing with correspondence, photocopying, filing, ordering stationary etc.
  • Data input for SEN
  • Organising Multi Agency Meetings and minute taking
  • Coordinate Access Arrangements for exams and liaise with Exams Officer
  • Regular meeting with SENCO and COIN Centre Lead Teacher
  • Produce and manage Provision Maps
  • Ad hoc support of students who use the SEN office sofas as a safe zone.
  • Cross school liaison with regards to student welfare and safeguarding

Requirements:

  • A good level of education.
  • Empathy with teenagers.
  • Sympathetic approach to those with learning, social and behavioural difficulties.
  • Ability to liaise effectively with students, parents, teachers and outside agencies.
  • Good IT, administrative and organisational skills.

 

Application:

Support Staff Application (below in supporting documentation) with covering letter should be returned to Ms Rosemarie Earlam (r.earlam@broadwater.surrey.sch.uk) by the closing date:  9:00 am, Monday 25th February 2019.  Interview date: Friday 1st March 2019

 

Head of Maths

MPS +TLR 1(2) currently £9,324

Required from September 2019, we are seeking an outstanding, enthusiastic and able mathematician to lead a hard-working, successful team, committed to high levels of achievement.  

You will be responsible for the development and management of this forward thinking department. You will be a highly ambitious teacher wanting to move up to the Senior Leadership Team within 3-5 years.

At Broadwater we believe that we school for grades; we educate for life. Broadwater is a lead P4C school with an international reputation in this field.  We are a highly supportive school whose staff are completely committed to supporting our students to achieve. To that end, the whole staff body is passionate about the difference we make to children’s lives.

Broadwater is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check will be required for the successful candidate.

We can offer:

• smaller than average class sizes

• generous PPA time

• cross curricular opportunities

• excellent CPD opportunities- all staff are Level 1 P4C trained

• 90% of all staff have a whole school responsibility

• free Gym membership and Pilates classes

For more information, please see supporting documents below. Please complete the Teaching Staff application form (also below) and return together with a covering letter to Ms Rosemarie Earlam, Human Resources Officer  (r.earlam@broadwater.surrey.sch.uk) by 9:00am on Thursday 31st January 2019. Interviews will be held on Monday 4th February 2019

 

Exam Invigilators

Salary:           £10 per hour

Hours: Working hours will be variable depending on examination requirements, but will normally be between 8:30am and 3:00pm.

Broadwater School are seeking Exam Invigilators and Scribers for Exams starting in January 2019


The Invigilator’s Role

An invigilator is the person in the examination room responsible for conducting the exam. They have "a key role in upholding the integrity of the external examination/assessment process".


Invigilators should:
 

  • Ensure all candidates have an equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities
  • Ensure the security of the examination beforehand, during and afterwards
  • Prevent possible candidate malpractice
  • Prevent possible administrative failures

 

Invigilators must be familiar with the instructions outlined by the examining board. They must give their full attention to conducting the exam properly and inform the head of the centre if they have any concerns about the exam process.

Students who require additional support on a one-to-one basis may need to sit their exam separately to other students. The role of invigilator can be combined with the role of prompter, reader and/or scribe. Where a candidate is accommodated separately, an independent invigilator is needed if the student requires:
 

  • An oral language modifier
  • A practical assistant
  • A reader/computer reader
  • Scribe/speech recognition technology


These positions offer flexibility through the exam period and is a fantastic way to gain experience in schools.

 

Important Notice: In order to apply for the above position all applicants must be eligible to work in the UK. Safeguarding, quality and professionalism is at the heart of what we do. Applicants are required to attend a face to face interview, have reference checks and an enhanced DBS disclosure check.

Broadwater is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and expects all staff to share this commitment

For more information, please see supporting documents below. Please complete the Support Staff application form (also below) and return together with a covering letter to Ms Rosemarie Earlam, Human Resources Officer (r.earlam@broadwater.surrey.sch.uk). 

 

Train to Teach Opportunities

We are recruiting graduates who would like to become teachers across a range of subjects. Please visit our i2i Partnership Teacher Training page for further details.
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