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Wanted: Administration Assistant (Catering)

20 hours pw x 39 weeks pa (46.04% of full time equivalent)~
Grade 6 £16,888 £18,049 pa pro rata (actual salary £7,775 £8,310 pa)

We require an administration assistant to provide effective administrative support to the catering department at the school. The successful applicant will need to be available to work for 20 hours per week at the following times, 10.40 am – 3.00 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 11.10 am to 3.30 pm on Thursdays, which includes a daily 20-minute, unpaid break.

The closing date for applications is Monday 26 February 2018 at 9.00 am and, although they can be posted, we prefer to receive applications by email to recruitment@brockington.leics.sch.uk. Interviews will take place on Friday 2 March 2018, with shortlisted candidates being informed by email.

Letter | Job Description | Personnel Specification | Application Form

 

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Wanted: Casual Exam Invigilators

Hourly rate £9.17 (pay award pending)

We are currently seeking Exam Invigilators to join our existing team for our forthcoming GCSE exams in May and June 2018 to assist the exams team in ensuring the smooth running and security of exams.

Successful applicants will be reliable, punctual, flexible, able to work alone and as part of a team, remain calm under pressure and provide a reassuring presence to students in exam rooms.

Previous experience is not essential as full training will be given.

The closing date for applications is Friday 9 March 2018 at 9.00 am and, although they can be posted, we prefer to receive applications by e-mail to recruitment@brockington.leics.sch.uk.

A selection meeting and training session will take place on Thursday 15 March 2018 and shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend by email.

Job Description | Personnel Specification | Application Form

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

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On Friday 26th January, Brockington College commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 through a variety of events, reflecting this year’s theme ‘the power of words.’

  • Tutor groups throughout the week have created luggage tags (reminiscent of those tags used to label children on the kindergarten transport – 10,000 children evacuated from Germany to Britain in 1938) with words of reflection. These were included in a HMD day in the courtyard of the school. Pupils, staff members and visitors have been visiting the display throughout the day reflecting the stories of 25 individuals
  • All pupils and teaching staff have been watching Jewish survivor testimonials at the end of each lesson, from survivors who were children during the Holocaust. Year 9 pupils took part in a live testimonial webcast from the Holocaust Educational Trust, hearing the story of Janine Webber BEM and her journey of escape and hiding in occupied Poland.
  • Year 9 pupils have been given the opportunity to take part in workshops ran by Holocaust educator Mary Mihovilovic from the Holocaust Educational Trust, on choices, reading the lives of Jewish communities and families throughout Europe in the 1930’s and memory and the importance of reflection.

Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 has given staff, pupils and parents of Brockington College a chance to reflect and consider the events of the Holocaust and how the power of words can affect and influence those around us.

Photos from the day can be found here.

 

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Loros Hospice School Summer Term

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National Healthcare Weekend

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Latest Ofsted Report

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Our latest Ofsted inspection took place on November 1st and 2nd 2017 and we are delighted to have retained our ‘good’ grading. This has been achieved against the backdrop of age range change, which has resulted in a 35% increase in pupils, members of staff and buildings over the past two years. Additionally, our subject teams have had to write two Key Stage 4 curriculums as the government has introduced new GCSE specifications nationally. We have achieved good GCSE grades and have retained our outstanding values and ethos through this period of change. Governors and leaders are proud of our achievements, but determined to continue to develop excellence at the college.

You can read the Ofsted report by clicking here.

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Presentation Evening for Former Year 11 Pupils

Please click here for the letter regarding the upcoming Presentation Evening for former Year 11 Pupils.

Please click here to confirm your attendance.

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Microsoft Office … for FREE!

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Under a Microsoft licencing agreement we have enrolled in we are able to offer all students the ability to download the latest version of Microsoft Office, for Windows, Mac, Iphone & Android – for free, for the duration of their time at Brockington College.

Downloading & logging in:

If you are ready to download the software simply click here and logon with your son or daughters email address (username@brockington.leics.sch.uk) and school password. Once logged in click ‘Install Office 2016‘ in the top right. corner. Please note that if your son or daughter changes their school password at any point, they will need to re-sign in to Microsoft Office with their new password.

For any problems/questions regarding singing into Microsoft Office/Office 365, please contact the  IT Support team: itsupport@brockington.leics.sch.uk

Other services

For more information regarding other services we offer students, please visit our Students Portal page.

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Alberto visits school for ‘Coffee With Costa’

Alberto Costa Visit - 2017

South Leicestershire MP, Alberto Costa, has visited Brockington College in Enderby in order to meet with senior staff, tour the school and take part in ‘Coffee With Costa’, a specially organised question and answer session with pupils and teachers.

Read more here

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Thank you to Reed Education

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“Reed Education have been working in partnership with Brockington College over the past five years supplying their short term and long term requirements for teachers and support staff. When asked we had no hesitation in helping support their girls football teams and supplying them with two new kits for their Year 8-9 and Year 10-11 teams.
From the looks on the girls faces they seem more than happy with them. We wish both teams the best of luck for this year”.

Pete Marvin – Area Manager Reed Education