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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. 

P4C School

P4C is an approach to teaching and learning that highly challenges both students and teachers to think and question more deeply. At Broadwater we have embraced the 4Cs (Collaborative, Critical, Creative and Caring thinking) and place them at the heart of everything we do. Broadwater was the second secondary school nationally to achieve a Gold Award from Sapere for our commitment and achievement in P4C and is a Lead P4C School.

Our 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 Mrs Sonya Turpin for further details on any vacancies. 

Phone: 01483 520622

Email: s.turpin@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 

 

APPRENTICE TEACHING ASSISTANT

(2 positions available)

The Successful apprentice will work closely with students who have a range of special educational needs and/or disabilities. You will work in classes alongside the teacher to support learners. Further into the apprenticeship you will help lead interventions, working with small groups and individuals outside the classroom.

  • Closing date: 12th July
  • Start date: 02 Sep 2019

You will find more information and can apply via the DfE website.

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LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRE MANAGER

Salary grade: PS7

Actual salary £23,100-£25,955

Full-time equivalent £27,099-£29,912

Weeks per year:  39 (Term-time only)

Monday to Thursday 8.45-4.30

Friday 8.45-4.15

(Part-time may also be an option)

This is an exciting opportunity to take on a key role, managing and promoting the Learning Resource Centre, reporting to the Head of English.

We are seeking a person who will maintain an open learning environment which supports students in their learning and encourages the enjoyment of reading and research.  The job holder will ensure that appropriate text, audio, visual and IT resources are available to support students and staff, creating an ethos that supports the independent learning of students across the school.  They will also be required to lead and promote the highly successful Accelerated Reader programme, overseeing each fortnightly English LRC lesson, and drive reading progress at Key Stage 3.

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:

• excellent CPD opportunities

• free Gym membership and Pilates classes

Broadwater school applications to be sent to Mrs Sonya Turpin, PA to the Head, at s.turpin@broadwater.surrey.sch.uk. Closing date for applications – midday, Monday 24th June 2019. Interview date Friday 5h July 2019. Start date will be September 2019.

Please see below for more information about this role or to download a Support Staff application. Please note that your first referee must be your current employer (the Headteacher if you are currently working for a school) and references are taken prior to interview. For any concerns surrounding references or for further details about the role, please contact s.turpin@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.