Thank you for your interest in our vacancy.  This is a very exciting opportunity for both you and the school and is an important role within our extensive Associate Staff team.  If appointed, you will have the benefit of this team in support of your work.  Your professional development and advancement will be a key feature of what we can offer you.  You will note that we have just received the ‘Continuing Professional Development Mark’ which covers Associate Staff and Teaching Staff. 

Information about the post and the school is available on our website which will help you make an informed decision about whether you feel this is the post for you. 

Your application should be made using the Norfolk County Council Application Form.  Please make clear in your statement how your current skills and experience will help you in this role. 

Thank you again for your interest in this post.  We look forward to your response which will need to arrive, by post or email (HR@tsasmail.org.uk), no later than 10 am on Monday 9 March 2015. 

Good luck! 

I C Clayton

Principal

Application Form – Associate Staff BEST Team Support Worker – Job Description – 2015

Newsletter – Issue 11 – February 2015 .

Achievement Newsletter – February 2015.

Ofsted OUTSTANDING – March 2014 

Thank you for your interest in the above post at the school.  We demand the very best for our students and therefore only seek to appoint the highest calibre of candidate, who shares our philosophy and vision. 

As a school, our focus remains on ensuring each student has appropriate opportunities, curriculum and support to reach their highest potential.  To achieve this, our staff must have the appropriate training and professional development in order that they can deliver, as required, to each student.  In this, exciting Learning and Teaching strategies lie at the core of our work, so your professional development is critical to our students’ success. 

Currently, we are oversubscribed in the main school and already have over 370 students in our Sixth Form.  This, I believe, shows we have the support of the majority of the community which we serve. 

We have a strong partnership with our feeder schools and an excellent transition programme for Year 6 students and their parents.  Our pastoral (vertical) house system ensures the all-round development of each student is central to our work, seeing the education of the ‘whole student’ as key. 

To apply, you should use our application form, although you may supply your supporting statement on an individual sheet.  This should include both your philosophy and how your experiences would benefit our students.

We have provided additional documents to help you learn about our school and I am sure you will look at our website and read the other related information available:

  • A Job Description.
  • A Person Specification.
  • Departmental Details.
  • An Application Form.

 

We look forward to receiving your application which will need to arrive as soon as possible by email to HR@tsasmail.org.uk or by post to the HR Department. 

Good luck!

I C Clayton

Principal

Job Description Person Specification Science – 2014 Application Form -Teaching

Newsletter – Issue 10 – January 2015.

Dear Parent/Guardian

We would like to invite you to our Securing Success at GCSE Evening, a practical evening aimed at giving you and Andrew some advice and “tried and tested” strategies that can be used to make a real difference as Andrew is about to enter the most crucial period of his school career.

During the evening you will collect the very important examination entries.  You will also take part in a practical workshop together with Andrew.  This will help you focus, practice and discuss our most recommended strategies to secure your son’s potential at examinations.  This will also be good preparation for Andrew’s mock examinations soon after half-term.  Finally, you will be able to collect a booklet which will include further advice and guidance.

This is a really important evening to help us work in real partnership and secure Andrew’s success at the end of Year 11.  You are invited to arrive by 7:15 pm in the South Site dining area to collect your son’s examination entries.  Following this, your workshop will start and will last no longer than one hour.

We look forward to welcoming you.  We would appreciate it if you could inform us if you are unable to attend by notifying the office on 01603 497711 or via e-mail office@thorpe-st-andrew.norfolk.sch.uk

Yours faithfully

M Hardman

Mr M Hardman

Assistant Principal – Student Achievement

Dear Parent/Guardian

We would like to invite you to our Securing Success at GCSE Evening, a practical evening aimed at giving you and Andrew some advice and “tried and tested” strategies that can be used to make a real difference as Andrew is about to enter the most crucial period of his school career.

During the evening you will collect the very important examinations entries.  You will also take part in a practical workshop together with Andrew.  This will help focus, practice and discuss our most recommended strategies to secure your sons’s potential at examinations.  This will also be good preparation for Andrew’s mock examinations soon after half-term.  Finally, you will be able to collect a booklet which will include further advice and guidance.

This is a really important evening to help us work in real partnership and secure Andrew’s success at the end of Year 11.  You are invited to arrive by 6:15 pm in the South Site dining area to collect your son’s examination entries.  Following this, your workshop will start and will last no longer than one hour.

We look forward to welcoming you.  We would appreciate it if you could inform us if you are unable to attend by notifying the office on 01603 497711 or via email office@thorpe-st-andrew.norfolk.sch.uk

Yours faithfullly

Mr Hardman

Assistant Principal – Student Achievement

Newsletter – Issue 9 – January 2015.

Dear Parent

As part of Andrea’s progress towards taking her GCSE at the end of this academic year, Andrea will be taking part in a curriculum morning in the coming weeks.  These days have been chosen to coincide with normal timetabled lessons.

South Site Students: Tuesday 20 January 2015 Period 1 – 4
North Site Students: Monday 26 January 2015 Period 1 – 4

Andrea will be with her usual food, graphics, resistant materials, textiles or computer science teacher and will be completing tasks, as directed by them.

Students should ensure that they have all their relevant work and equipment needed with them. If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me at the school.

Yours faithfully

Miss Farrar
Curriculum Leader – Design Technology

Newsletter – Issue 8 – December 2014.