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Lead School Engagement Assistant (Clinical Team)

Horizon School
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06 August 2021 05:00 PM
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  • £20,903 - £23,080 pro rata
  • 9.30am – 4.10pm, 37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year

This is an exciting opportunity to join Horizon School at the start of our joint merger journey.

In September 2021, Attic Pupil Referral Unit will join with North Lowestoft PRU Partnership to form one single school; Horizon School.

Jo Lawrence, the current Headteacher of The Attic, will be the Headteacher of the new school from September.

Initially, until 2023, the school will be based in two sites while construction on new buildings is completed in Lowestoft to allow all pupils in the school to be on one site in the future. From September, primary age children will be based in the current Harbour site in Lowestoft, with secondary age pupils based in the present Attic Hillside site in Bungay.

Alongside this, the Dragonfly Unit in Carlton Colville will remain part of the single school under Jo.

This is a time of exciting change for the pupils and staff which will result in an enhanced, stronger school provision for the pupils who attend the PRU in the future.

Though a significant amount of the role will be based within the Dragonfly Unit, Carlton Coleville. There will be a need for you to work within all 3 locations of Horizon School.

Our current team of staff are highly committed to supporting our young people to ensure they get as much as they can out of their education with our schools.

We value Continuing Professional Development for all staff and will ensure a comprehensive package is put in place for you based on your individual needs.

If you feel you could contribute to the school and join us on our journey, we would welcome an application from you. We are looking for a professional who has:

  • a commitment to ensuring that all children/ young people achieve their potential
  • the ability to promote an inclusive provision
  • the ability to support the raising of standards across the provision
  • the ability to be a supportive and innovative member of the wider NSPP team
  • the ability to develop partnerships that enhance the experience for all.

Due to the current pandemic visits to NSPP sites will be limited by the PHE/DFE guidelines to ensure COVID Secure expectations can be achieved.

Please contact Jo Lawrence to discuss whether a visit is possible via email: HRAdmin@theatticpru.org.uk

Application documents can be found in the related information section. Completed application forms should be returned by the closing date to: HRAdmin@theatticpru.org.uk

Interview date: 12 August 2021.

This School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and two references.


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