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If you are an innovative, outstanding primary education practitioner, looking for your next move, then look no further, we have some exciting career opportunities at the Sir Martin Frobisher Academy. Whether you are an early year's practitioner, primary teacher, teaching or support staff we have an opportunity that could be just right for you.
we are seeking to create a new position within the school as a THRIVE Practitioner. This role will support the day to day running of a THRIVE provision to support the development, social, emotional and behavioural needs of pupils improving their active engagement in their social and academic environments and access to learning.
We will be hosting a series of recruitment events where our leaders and members of the HR team will be on hand if you wish to discuss the vacancies and to find out what it's like to work for Reach2 Academy Trust.
Location: Sir Martin Frobisher Academy, Frobisher Drive, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 2QH
- Tuesday 24th May 2022 - 4:30pm - 6:00pm
- Wednesday 25th May 2022 - 4:30pm - 6:00pm
To register for the events, please email Recruitment@smfa.org.uk or to make an application, please email a completed application form to Recruitment@smfa.org.uk.
For further information, please visit the REAch2 Academy Trust web page: https://www.reach2.org/vacancy/smfa-is-recruiting/
Information about the School
Sir Martin Frobisher Academy is a primary academy in Jaywick, Essex, with a current roll of 188 children. Many of our families live on the Brooklands Estate in Jaywick Sands, the most deprived area in Britain, and we are pleased once again to be able to offer transport to families most in need to ensure these children can attend school regularly.
Sir Martin Frobisher converted to academy status in Sept 2016 and now has a stable senior team who are dedicated to moving the school forward while ensuring the individual needs of the children are met. The Academy has a high number of PPG, FSM and SEND children and our staff are dedicated and understanding of this and of the unique community that Sir Martin Frobisher Academy is at the heart of. New strategies have been implemented, both just before and during COVID, and we are excited to begin to monitor the impact these will have on children’s learning. We also run an Early Bird club before school and Breakfast Club from classrooms.
The children at Sir Martin Frobisher Academy are lively, enthusiastic, endearing and a joy to work with. The sense of community is strong and we are hoping to move back to a Local Governing Body in September 2022 following a period of intervention.