SEN HIGHER LEVEL TEACHING ASSISTANT & SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT

Scale 3 (Point 14 – 17) – Scale 6 (Point 26 – 28) (depending on role and experience)
32.5 – 36 hours per week x 39 weeks per Year (term time only) (depending on role and experience)
Actual salary: Scale 3 – £14,402 – £15,148
Actual salary: Scale 6 – £21,583 – £22,920

Required as soon as possible, a full time SEN Higher Level Teaching Assistant and SEN Teaching Assistant with the appropriate skills, knowledge and experience, to work in our successful Learning Support Department, and support students with language and learning needs. Experience of working in a multi ethnic, multi-language school would be an advantage.

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Science Technician

32.5 hours pw, 38 weeks pa (term time only)
Scale 3 (Point 14 – 17)
Actual salary: £14,032 – £14,759 pa

Required for as soon as possible. An enthusiastic and self-motivated Technician to assist our busy Science Faculty with the preparation and provision of practical support to the students and Science teaching staff.

 

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School Business Leader SM5

 

Salary Range: Currently £56,661 – £59,403
Hours: 36 hours x 52 weeks per annum

Would you like to work at a school that has a prestigious past, a wonderful present and a beautiful future? Would you like to work at a school that was established 450 years ago with the responsibility of teaching poor children in the local area to read and write? Would you like to work at a school that has built upon this moral ethos, successfully educating and preparing boys for the world that awaits? If so, we’d like to meet you.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding School Business Leader into our Senior Leadership Team. We believe this is an excellent opportunity to take on a role that will make a real difference at Enfield Grammar School.

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Christmas Carols

On Tuesday the 12th of December 2017 the music department conducted our annual ‘Charity Enfield Town Busking Tour’.  This is a tour consisting of playing in Palace Gardens for two hours (in the freezing cold) with the final hour (and the chance of some warmth) in Waitrose.

Every year the musicianship gets better, and every year the day on which we perfrom gets colder and colder.  Our boys were amazing!  Three hours in the cold to raise money for a good cause, bashing, plucking and blowing the christmas cheer into the hearts of the passers by.

We are please to announce that this year we raised a total of £513.70 for our chosen charity, MIND – a charity supporting mental health.  A huge thank you goes to Palace Gardens and Waitrose for supporting this event, the genorosity of the public in Enfield Town and to the boys themselves for all their hard work.

For more information or support with mental health issues, please see the link below.

https://www.mind.org.uk/

       
         
         
     

Year 13 December Newsletter

I am writing to keep you updated on developments in Year 13 and to take this opportunity to wish you a
joyful festive period and successful New Year.
I am delighted to report that all students who have submitted UCAS applications are now receiving offers
and our target is to get all applications submitted before the end of term.

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Christmas Concert 2017

The weather outside was frightful,

but the music was so delightful,

the fairy lights were all aglow

and the musicians twanged, hit and blowed.

Okay, creative use of grammar aside, this year’s Christmas concert was awesome!  The hall was packed with friends and families, students and teachers all excited to celebrate the festive season. We had over twenty different acts performing a whole host of genres including carols for audience participation.

The highlight of the show was a guest appearance from the Big Man himself… Santa!  We still don’t know where Mr Ness was during this guest appearance but we know he was very sad that he missed St Nick’s rendition of ‘Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho’.

If any of the audience took photos we’d love to see them, but in the meantime check out the photo gallery.

We hope you all have a lovely break – the Music Team