Anglian Learning

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Anglian Learning, a unique trust working in partnerships

Anglian Learning actively pursues a collective responsibility for achieving excellent outcomes for all learners across the Trust through clusters of self-sustaining, community-based schools that celebrate innovation, creativity and individuality.

We aim to raise achievement of all young people and use the collective energy of the Trust to improve life chances by:

  • Developing a dynamic and inspirational culture for teaching and learning excellence.
  • Providing students with stimulating and valuable enrichment opportunities across the curriculum.
  • Building a curriculum and assessment structure that will enable teachers, pupils and parents to celebrate success.
  • Encouraging innovation and risk-taking through a focus on research and best practice locally, nationally and internationally.
  • Promoting, enabling and supporting leadership at all levels to flourish in individual schools and across the Trust.

Our Charter focuses on the key behaviours required within learning, leadership and operations which will enable the Trust to transform aspiration into a reality.


We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks.  Therefore, all posts within the Trust are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.  The Trust welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation.


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School Nurse
Required from September 2017
Pay Scale PO3b (£34,538 – £37,306)

(Salary is pro-rated to the number of hours and weeks worked)

The role of the School Nurse is to work across Bottisham and other Anglian Learning sites to support students’ health and wellbeing so that they are able to fully participate in an active school life. The School Nurse will support each school’s First Aiders to provide the daily and emergency medical care that is required.
The successful candidate should ideally be experienced in working within a school environment and have a clear understanding of students’ requirements, and safeguarding protocols.  They should be at least three years’ post registration, and be able to work independently.

If you would like to apply for the role, or have any further questions, please visit Bottisham’s website:   or contact Katy Limmer (HR Officer) by emailing

Closing Date: Midday on Thursday 29th June 2017


Library Co-ordinator
37 hours per week
Term time plus training days
Scale 3: £16,781 – £17,772

(pro-rated to hours and weeks worked)

We are looking for a committed and flexible individual to be part of a successful, skilled support team.  The successful candidate will work with both staff and students to provide an effective and efficient library resource centre.  They will have some experience of the library environment, and/or an educational setting. The role will include some general administrative support duties.
This is a fantastic time to join our college as we are currently going through an extensive expansion, which will include a new library centre. We expect the successful candidate to be involved with this exciting project.

Please visit Bottisham’s website for an application pack:  To apply, please send letter of application and completed application form to
Closing Date: Midday Tuesday 4th July 2017
We hope to interview the following week


Adult Learning Tutor
to teach Singing for Fun class
Required from September 2017

Thursday evenings, 7 – 9 pm
Term Time Only
£25 per hour

We are recruiting for an enthusiastic and experienced person to teach a weekly Singing for Fun class as part of our Adult Learning programme.  The class is held on a Thursday evening from 7.00 – 9.00 pm, term time only.  The learners will be of all abilities and the range of music is anything from jazz, blues and pop to musical theatre.  The ethos of the class is to have fun and promote wellbeing through singing.

Please contact Mrs Susan Tarasewicz in the Adult Learning Office, Bottisham Village College for an application form:

       Closing Date: Friday, 7th July 2017


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Examination Invigilator : Payscale £7.50 (£8.405 per including holiday entitlement)

Job description :  BVC-Invigilators-Job-description-2017.pdf


No experience is necessary and full training will be provided for the successful applicants.

For further information please contact Sue Jenkins (Exams Officer) on (01763) 242344 or email     




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Required for September 2017


Level 1B: £15,807-£16,491 pro-rata,   Actual salary from £11,365
28 hours and 10 minutes per week, term-time only

Sawston Village College is a high-achieving 11-16 school, with superb facilities and where behaviour was described by Ofsted as excellent. We are situated on the edge of Cambridge, offering first class professional development opportunities to our staff and a supportive, friendly environment.
We are now seeking to appoint an additional Teaching Assistant. A willingness to work as part of a large, friendly, flexible and supportive team is essential. The work will involve supporting pupils with a variety of difficulties in different subject areas within the College.
To find out more about the role, please download an application form and information pack from our website or email the HR Officer, Louise Rogers, at Applications must be submitted on the College’s application form. CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date: Friday 30 June at noon
Interviews: Friday 7 July

Anglian Learning and Sawston Village College are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments will be subject to satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS check.

The Netherhall School and Sixth Form Centre

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Senior Duty Manager
Scale 3 Point Scale 14 – 17 £16,781-£17,772

We are looking for an individual who
– wants to enhance their career in leisure management and operations
– is an excellent communicator and team player
– has had at least 4 years of supervisory experience.

Netherhall Sports Centre is looking for an inspiring and motivational leader, capable of driving and supporting a team to deliver safe and professional services.

You will work with the Sport Centre Manager to promote, develop and manage the Sports Centre including the new fitness suite and to take responsibility for supervision of Sports Centre staff, oversee building operations and Front of House. The post holder will also be responsible for opening and closing the facility and must be able to work unsociable hours.

A strong background in the leisure industry with a keenness to promote the highest standards of customer care, health and safety, facility presentation and service delivery would also be required (desirable?).

Desirable :-
A current First Aid Certificate.
Great people skills and an interest in sporting activities.
Recognised qualification in fitness training / instructors to REPs level 3 or above
A keen and motivated individual
Excellent ICT Skills
Member of CIMPSA

For further information and informal discussion, contact Mrs S Bull on ext 285. Please submit your completed application form and covering letter outlining your suitability for the post with clear examples of how you meet the essential criteria in order to be considered for this role to Debbie Pickering, HR Officer (

Please download an application form and job description from

Closing date for applications: Monday 10th July at 12 noon    

CV’s not accepted

The school has a clear commitment to Child Protection and Safeguarding Children.    All appointments are subject to a DBS.

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