Vacancies

To apply for a vacancy at our school, please fill in the relevant application form and email dhand@barnhill.school or print and send your completed application form to:

Attn: Ms Hand
Barnhill Community High School
Yeading Lane
Hayes
Middlesex 
UB4 9LE
 

Visits to the school are very warmly welcomed and we would be delighted to show you around.  If you would like to arrange a visit please contact the school on 020 8839 0600 or email: enquiries@barnhill.school

Barnhill Community High 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, as part of our safer recruitment process you will be required to complete the necessary safeguarding checks. 


Application Forms


Currently we have the following vacancies:

Teaching Assistant/Learning Mentor 

Permanent

36 hours per week

Term time only plus 5 INSET days (39 weeks)

APT&C NJC Scale 4 Point 9 £22,740 actual salary

Are you an ambitious and passionate about education an looking for a great opportunity to work in a vibrant and high achieving school?

We are looking for a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and highly motivated Teaching Assistant/Learning Mentor with the commitment to helping our students achieve their potential in all areas of school life.

Experience of working with young people is essential.

Barnhill is an 11-18 mixed, oversubscribed, multi-cultural comprehensive Multi-Academy Trust school. We are part of the Middlesex Learning Partnership and are an ambitious, innovative and successful Trust in West London. We believe in the transformative power of education to Build Brighter Futures and foster within our communities a lifelong thirst for learning and improvement, so vital in a rapidly changing world. Students are at the core of everything we do and the decisions we make and are proud of how we serve our community. 

Our philosophy for excellent education rests on four pillars; Respect for all; Professional development; Wellbeing; Aspirational and positive attitude towards learning, resulting in excellent academic and social outcomes for our students. 

We need you to be: 

  • Committed to inspiring and motivating our students through the highest expectations; 
  • To have the desire to maximise the performance of all students and ensure the very best progress for all;
  • A strong communicator and team player wanting the best for each student. 
  • In return we will offer you: 
  • Motivated, hardworking engaged students 
  • High expectations of behaviour supported by established systems and protocols; 
  • Bespoke, high quality professional development of nurturing talent and growing our own; 
  • A team of colleagues who support each other including the senior leadership team
  • An extensive well-being package; 

Further information: Please note, Barnhill Community High reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the recruitment process.

CVs will not be accepted.

To apply please complete the Support application form and recruitment declaration form.

Please note that Barnhill reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the recruitment process. Early applications are welcome. 

Barnhill Community High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are required to undergo Enhanced DBS clearance.

Closing date: 30th January 2023

Operations Manager
 

Grade: Points 39-41 (negotiable for an exceptional candidate)

Date of appointment: ASAP

Reports To: Head Teacher

Hours: 36 hours per week, Term Time Only plus up to 10 days in school closure periods (41 weeks per year) – (negotiable)

Barnhill is an 11-18 mixed, oversubscribed, multi-cultural comprehensive Multi-Academy Trust school. We are part of the Middlesex Learning Partnership and are an ambitious, innovative and successful Trust in West London. We believe in the transformative power of education to Build Brighter Futures and foster within our communities a lifelong thirst for learning and improvement, so vital in a rapidly changing world. Students are at the core of everything we do and the decisions we make and are proud of how we serve our community. 

Our philosophy for excellent education rests on four pillars; Respect for all; Professional development; Wellbeing; Aspirational and positive attitude towards learning, resulting in excellent academic and social outcomes for our students. 

Barnhill’s Senior Leadership Team is comprised of a Head of School, three deputy head teachers and five assistant head teachers. The team has a rich diversity of skills and experience, each with designated roles for school improvement.

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Schools Operations Manager, who will be responsible for all aspects of the building, logistics and management of the Front Office and Support staff.

Experience of managing a complex office environment, excellent organisational abilities and inter-personal skills will be essential. 

Responsibilities

1. Building management – ensuring that the school is able to make best use of its facilities, acting as the key point of liaison with the external facilities management company

2. Logistics – proactive management of key people and process logistics. Responsible for ensuring that the school remains compliant with key health and safety directives.

3. Management of support staff, including Central Administration and marketing.

4. To be the link between the different non-teaching managers and officers in the school; HR, Data, Finance, Technicians, admissions.

5. Communication and parental engagement – ensuring smooth communication within the school and with parents and families of the school.

6. To be accountable as the school’s designated data officer ensuring compliance with GDPR.

7. To be accountable as the school’s Health and Safety Officer.

Role activities

1. Building Management

a. Link with the school’s PFI liaison service, and help to manage the PFI agreement, ensuring that the contract is being delivered in a timely and cost effective manner

b. Act as the key link between Bellrock and the School to manage day to day logistics

c. Proactively manage the use of all facilities to minimise clashes

2. People and Process Logistics

a. Proactively manage the VETS (Visits, Events and Trips) process to ensure that requests are made and dealt with in a timely and accurate manner

b. Cover – To manage the cover supervisor and oversee the daily cover process in order to minimise the use of external supply. Design and administrate a system that evaluates the success of cover. Review the trends and make recommendations to the Head of School

c. Duties – To work closely with the designated SLT member to oversee the duty rota in order to ensure that students are adequately supervised whilst keeping costs to a minimum. Ensure the duties are divided fairly and that staff are performing their duties as planned

d. Develop, manage and maintain the school calendar. Ensuring that this key document is well communicated and utilised across the school

e. Lead the logistical planning for key events i.e. open evening, awards evening etc

f. Responsible for ensuring that the school is GDPR compliant, sharing best practice across the Trust

g. Responsible for developing and maintaining health and safety standards, driving compliance and sharing best practice across the Trust

h. With the deputy head teacher (fire marshal) be responsible for the Fire Evacuation and Disaster Recovery  procedures, ensuring they are well documented and communicated. Hands on management of the logistics in the event of a fire, fire drill or disaster situation

i. To ensure ongoing compliance on the matters of GDPR, H&S and Fire Procedures. Ensuring that the Head of School is continually informed of latest developments.

3. Administration

a. Management of the Front Office, ensuring that the reception area is welcoming and efficient to both on site visitors and telephone enquiries

b. Management of the Administration Officers, ensuring that they are delivering an efficient and relevant service to the SLT and the school. This should include diary management for the SLT (linking to the school calendar) and more detailed admin support for the Head of School 

c. Overseeing the Admissions and Exclusions processes, ensuring that Barnhill maximises student numbers in an effective manner and that Exclusions are expedited

4. Communication and parental engagement

a. Ensure the smooth running of information relevant to logistical planning throughout the school

b. Ensure smooth communication with parents and families of the school regarding events, trips, visits and other elements of the school’s business.

c. To ensure that full use is made of the conventional means of communication with parents.

5. Designated data officer

a. To stay up to date regarding the statutory responsibilities of schools with GDPR and seek training where needed.

b. To liaise directly with the Head of School to devise key information, training and evaluation of the school’s use of data.

c. TO make recommendations to the Head of School and SLT regarding best practice in this area

6. Health and Safety

a. Ensure that key risk assessments are in place, are evaluated periodically and are compliant with statutory and other requirements.

b. To be accountable for the Fire Procedures and ensure H&S compliance liaising with the PFI.

c. Ensure all VETS activities fully comply with risk assessment processes.

GENERAL

1. To promote the school through an efficient and effective delivery of the role

2. To deliver the highest level of customer service 

3. It is inevitable that responsibilities and duties will evolve, under such circumstances a review of the post will be undertaken

4. The post holder will be expected to undertake such tasks as are commensurate with the position and on the direction of the Head of School 

5. Participate in appropriate training to support the fulfilment of the role and/or its further development

Due to the evolving nature of the school structure all job descriptions may need to be adjusted, through consultation, to meet the needs of the school. This process may be informed by the professional review. 

To apply please complete the Support application form and recruitment declaration form.

Please note that Barnhill reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the recruitment process. Early applications are welcome. 

Barnhill Community High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are required to undergo Enhanced DBS clearance.

Closing date: 30th January 2023

Health and Social Care Teacher 

Suitable for NQT's or experienced teachers. 

Salary Information: MPS Salary (dependent upon candidate experience). 

Date of appointment : Tbc

Line Manager : Curriculum Leader

Start Date : September 2023

Are you an ambitious and passionate teacher looking for a great opportunity to work in a vibrant and high achieving school? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a high calibre and enthusiastic teacher to join the Life Skills department. Barnhill Community High School is a fantastic place to work and develop as a teacher and we’d love you to come and join us!

Barnhill is an 11-18 mixed, oversubscribed, multi-cultural comprehensive Multi-Academy Trust school. We are part of the Middlesex Learning Partnership and are an ambitious, innovative and successful Trust in West London. We believe in the transformative power of education to Build Brighter Futures and foster within our communities a lifelong thirst for learning and improvement, so vital in a rapidly changing world. Students are at the core of everything we do and the decisions we make and are proud of how we serve our community. 

Our philosophy for excellent education rests on four pillars; Respect for all; Professional development; Wellbeing; Aspirational and positive attitude towards learning, resulting in excellent academic and social outcomes for our students. 

Our outcomes at GCSEs for progress places us in the top 10% of schools, nationally. The school operates a sophisticated curriculum that is tailored to individual students’ needs. Student outcomes are very high, specifically in core and EBacc subjects, with Progress 8 scores of +0.50 in English, +1.05 in maths and +0.89 in EBacc. Our mathematics outcomes are in the top 50 schools in England. Additionally, we have a thriving Sixth form which has grown substantially during the last two years and is the highest achieving in the Borough. We boast an excellent sustained success rate, placing us in the top 6% for outcomes in the country, with over 35% of students moving on to attend Russell Group universities. 

Life Skills Department is one of the best in the School and the Borough of Hillingdon. We continuously get a 100% pass rate for both Key stage 4 and 5 annually. This attributes to the quality of teaching and learning that the students receive. Our students are exposed to Cultural Capital, we do trips and work experience for key stage 5. Our Quality assurance is first class, we do rigorous assessment, marking and feedback which put our students in the top 10% of the country. BTEC Standard Verifiers gives us exemplary reports year on. In Life Skills we network with other schools and offer support to other Teachers to assist them in understanding the marking criteria of the courses and specialist services through coaching.

99% of our Key Stage 5 students leave and go on to Universities our retention rate for key stage 5 is very good as most of the students who study either Child Development or Health and Social Care in KS4 will choose it in KS5.

In life skills, we take professional development very serious, as it is important for Staff to have total development so they are able to impart their knowledge to the students. We have created a warm and friendly atmosphere where your views are respected and offer the ability for growth and development.

We need you to be: 

• Knowledgeable and passionate about teaching and the Key stage 4 and 5 curriculum; 

• Committed to inspiring and motivating our students through the highest expectations; 

• To have the desire to maximise the performance of all students and ensure the very best progress for all;

• A strong communicator and team player wanting the best for each student. 

• Committed to your own professional development as a practitioner

In return we will offer you: 

• An Outstanding record at BTEC Level 1/ 2 and Level 3 results

• Motivated, hardworking engaged students 

• High expectations of behaviour supported by established systems and protocols; 

• Bespoke, high quality professional development of nurturing talent and growing our own; 

• Opportunities to have an input into whole school initiatives across the school ranging from behaviour to T&L and Data.

• A comprehensive training programme for new teachers which has a proven track record of developing outstanding teachers.

• A team of colleagues who support each other including the senior leadership team

• Accelerated career opportunities for aspirational and talented staff; many of our middle leaders have been promoted internally and we have a range of TLR and bursary posts designed to develop leadership capacity in all teachers.

• An extensive well-being package; 

• Established partnerships with: Teach First; Challenge Partners; PiXL; London West Alliance

To apply please complete the Teachers application form and recruitment declaration form.

Please note that Barnhill reserves the right to appoint at any stage during the recruitment process. Early applications are welcome. 

Barnhill Community High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are required to undergo Enhanced DBS clearance.

Closing date: 30th January 2023

 


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