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                                                                                                Issue No. 371
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                                                                                                W/E: 17 February, 2012




            Training and Development

            Teaching and Support Staff Vacancies

            Housing Information



    Newly Qualified Teachers – Recruitment process
                       2012/2013

Havering offers a number of benefits, subject to qualifying conditions, for          Clockhouse Primary School
newly qualified teachers:
                                                                               Clockhouse Lane, Collier Row, Romford, RM5
                                                                                                  3QR
       The opportunity, subject to the approval of the head teacher, to               Telephone: 01708 745972
           work in July in your new school and be paid for July and
           August.                                                                         Fax: 01708 742245
         Outer London Allowance.
         Childcare allowance worth £420 per annum, pro rata to                  Phase Leader with responsibility for
           contract, for teachers with a child of pre-school age.
         Accommodation assistance.
                                                                                        Mathematics (TLR 1)
         An excellent induction programme.
                                                                              Temporary contract - initially offered for one
                                                                                              year only
A pool system will operate for both primary and secondary vacancies. All             Required for September 2012
Applications should be made online after Thursday 1st December, 2011
to either the Primary NQT Recruitment Process or Secondary NQT
Recruitment Process, please ensure you apply to the appropriate pool.
Please click on “apply online”. Should you experience any difficulties,
please contact our helpdesk on: 0845 835 0558 quoting reference:
NQT/Process.
                                                                              **For further details, please turn to page 22 *
Deadlines for application forms to be returned online by no later than:


       Primary and Secondary – Friday 24th February, 2012
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Training and Development

       Certificated Course in Neuro Linguistic Programming


As part of the workforce development programme Havering Children’s Services are
offering a course of study in NLP leading to practitioner certification. The course, being
offered free of charge throughout the Children’s Trust, is broken into modules and
participants can choose to complete all or part of the programme.

The first 4 day module to be held at CEME on the 14th to the 17th February 2012, 9.30am to
4pm, will lead to a foundation certificate and covers all the principals of NLP. Participants
who choose to continue their study towards practitioner certification will complete a work
based assignment and attend a further 4 day training module.

Applications for the course and any requests for further information should be made to
andrew.winton@havering.gov.uk

The following brief description gives an outline of the field of NLP

What Is NLP?
NLP is the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feeling, language and
behaviour to produce the results they do. NLP provides people with a methodology to model
outstanding performances achieved by geniuses and leaders in their field.

A key principal of NLP is that we form our unique internal mental maps of the world as a product
of the way we filter and perceive information absorbed through our five senses from the world
around us.

NLP Origins
Neuro Linguistic Programming began it’s life early in the 1970s when an Associate Professor from
the University of California, Santa Cruz, John Grinder, teamed up with an undergraduate Richard
Bandler. Both men had a fascination with human excellence which led them to model behavioural
patterns. Modelling is the core activity in NLP, and is the process of identifying and replicating the
language structure and behavioural patterns of an individual who is excellent at a given activity.

Grinder and Bandler began by modelling three people, Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir and Milton
Erickson. These geniuses were outstanding as agents of change, working in the domain of
therapy. Grinder and Bandler coded the approaches in language-based models using the
patterns of transformational grammar. Through NLP Modelling Grinder and Bandler made explicit
the tacit skills of the therapy geniuses and NLP was born.

In 1975 Grinder and Bandler presented the first two NLP models to the world in the volumes
“Structure of Magic I and II.” People in fields related to communication, behaviour and change
sought to learn how they too could get amazing results when doing change work. The training
courses Bandler and Grinder conducted - proved that the NLP models were transferable to
others, meaning the learners could us the NLP models successfully in their own work.

NLP Modelling
NLP modelling is the art of making explicit the set of differences present in someone who is
excellent at a given activity compared with someone who is mediocre at the same activity. NLP
modelling is by far the highest skill level in NLP. NLP modelling can be used to capture patterns
of excellence present in anyone in any context.
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NLP Application
An NLP Practitioner can employ his/her skills as an agent of change working with individuals,
groups, or organisations. As a technology, NLP has an amazing track record for instigating fast
and efficient change in individuals and groups. Many people study NLP to help them become
more effective in their chosen field. The patterns can be employed across a wide area ranging
from fields as diverse as education, social care, team building, management, therapy, sales,
sports, marketing, personal development, leadership and coaching. Wherever there is human
interaction and growth potential, NLP can be used to develop and enhance performance.

Launch of online e-safety resource for trainee teachers and NQTs

We are delighted to announce the launch of our online resource for trainee teachers and newly
qualified teachers (NQTs) and safe social networking in collaboration with Childnet:
http://www.childnet-int.org/kia/traineeteachers/

The site is designed to support trainee teachers and NQTs with their personal use of social
networking services to keep themselves, their students, and their job safe.

For NQTs and trainee teachers entering the profession, technology is a vital part of professional
and personal lives. A checklist has been designed to ensure that they are ready to face these
challenges whether at school, at home, in the classroom, or in the wider school community.

The site also provides a useful matrix to some of the resources available to teach pupils about e-
safety at each key stage, eliminating the need for hours spent searching the internet.

We hope you find this resource helpful and we would appreciate your support in promoting it to
your colleagues. Any feedback would be very welcome. Please contact will@childnet.com

We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you that there will be another opportunity for
tutors to access e-safety training this academic year.

There will be three options:

   1. CEOP Ambassador
   2. EPICT on line e-safety awareness
   3. EPICT Facilitator

More details will follow regarding the application process for e-safety training.

Train to be a Teacher

Secondary - Havering Teacher Training Partnership

Train to teach in local secondary schools and be paid a salary of over £18,000.

We find our trainees a school place. Havering Teacher Training Partnership have Graduate
Teacher Programme vacancies for September 2011. If you have a degree and at least grade “C”
in Maths and English GCSE (we would particularly welcome applicants who wish to teach Maths,
English, Science, R.E. Technology, ICT or Modern Languages) then please contact Liz Connell at
Hall Mead School, Upminster 01708 255006. E-mail: http@hallmeadschool.com
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   Primary - SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training)
   Would you like to gain Qualified Teacher Status and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education
   (PGCE) by school centred training at a local school?

   Engayne Primary School is one of 45 schools in the only national consortium of primary
   schools, previously recognised by HMI as nationally outstanding, together with the University of
   Nottingham offering a one-year programme of school based teacher training.

   We offer SCITT trainees an excellent level of support and a friendly atmosphere in which to
   work. We value our staff and as part of this we have recently built a new staffroom in which to
   relax. A staff library provides a source of reference texts and access to the Internet.

   Interested? Please follow the links on our website (www.engayne.co.uk) for further details, or
   contact us in one of the ways below:

   Mrs Suzanne Ship, Head Teacher,                      or Sue Andrews, SCITT Administrator,
   Engayne Primary School,                              SCITT Academic Office,
   Severn Drive, Upminster.                             Nottingham University.
   Tel: 01708 223492                                    Tel: 0115 951 4396
   e-mail: contact@engayne.co.uk                        e-mail: sue.andrews@nottingham.ac.uk


Support Staff Training

The change of Government has seen the reduction, and almost complete cut of funding for
support staff training centrally. Funding for a limited number of courses can still be drawn upon
by training providers, such as the Havering Adult College but there is no central pot allocated
to support staff training via the
Local Authority.

We hope that schools will continue to support training where a need is identified, and therefore
will continue to commission some support staff training, however any costs will need to be met
by the school or individual. Some of the courses that will be running this term are listed below,
however if you want to discuss any other training need, or register your interest in any course,
please contact the School Workforce Strategy team on 01708 434255.


Havering Adult College initial essential offer for schools staff:
Supporting Teaching & Learning in the Classroom (Level 2) - STILL FREE if you don't hold a
full level 2 (but ONLY £140 if you do)
Supporting Teaching & Learning in the Classroom (Level 3) - £300.00 (Instalment payments
are available)

Also available from September:
The return of our hugely popular short courses, plus some eagerly anticipated new courses!
Introduction to Behaviour Management (L1 & L2) - £47.00/£50.00
Phonics in the classroom (Intro/Surgery) - £47.00/£50.00
Supporting ADHD in the Classroom - £35.00
Supporting Autism in the Classroom - £35.00
Supporting EAL in the Classroom - £47.00
Safeguarding: A TA's Guide - £27.00
First Aid for TAs - £35.00
IT Skills for TAs - £75.00
Understanding Lip-reading - A Guide for TAs - £47.00
British Sign Language: An Introduction for Teaching Assistants - £80.00
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Courses are offered at Brittons Centre in Rainham and Bower Park Centre in Romford throughout the
academic year. Other courses will be added, including some one day options. For enquires, please
either email annette.chinery@havering.gov.uk directly or telephone our Bower Park centre on
01708 434954 or 01708 434955.




                    CPD Opportunities in School Business Management
                   Take Advantage of these fantastic CPD opportunities in
                              School Business Management
                                Recruiting now in London!

                     Certificate of School Business Management (CSBM)
                                 Recruiting now (November start)

                              £2000 CPD for £300! Don’t miss out.

              Apply online and find out more at the National College website:
          http://www.nationalcollege.org.uk/index/professional-development/csbm.htm

       Anglia Ruskin University, provider of the CSBM and DSBM in London are recruiting
                                              now for:
        • CSBM programme – Applications close October 17th, DON’T DELAY - demand
           is high for these Government subsidised, sector recognised qualifications.

         Take advantage of this great opportunity. Develop your professional role
               and make a significant contribution to school effectiveness!
             Apply online and find out more at the National College website:
                  or contact the Anglia Ruskin University SBM team today.
                                      T: 0845 196 4355
                                   E: sbm@anglia.ac.uk
                                  How much will it cost?

       Despite being heavily subsidised by the Government, nominal costs for the CSBM
       and DSBM do apply and will depend on your circumstances. From April 2011 the
                                     following costs apply:

        CSBM - all participants (or their employers) will be required to pay a minimum of
                                    £300, plus any expenses.

        DSBM - all participants (or their employers) will be required to pay a minimum of
                                    £400, plus any expenses.

        Small schools are exempt from these fees in line with the National College Small
          Schools Policy. For further information on costs of the SBM programmes visit
      http://www.nationalcollege.org.uk/index/professional-development/csbm/csbmcosts.
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                                        Am I eligible?
      CSBM: To apply you must either be an SBM or want to be an SBM, currently
      performing all or part of the role at senior administrator or management level.
        Please visit www.nationalcollege.org.uk/csbm for the specific eligibility
                                            criteria.
   DSBM: To apply you must be working as an SBM at senior leadership team level,
                    or have experience equivalent to this. Please visit
          www.nationalcollege.org.uk/dsbm for the specific eligibility criteria.
                       Already completed the CSBM and DSBM?
     The National College has ensured the continuing professional development of
     CSBM and DSBM graduates with the introduction of the Advanced Diploma of
   School Business Management and the School Business Director Programme. For
                more information please visit the National College’s website:
          http://www.nationalcollege.org.uk/index/professional-development.htm
         For more information on the programmes please visit the National
                                     College’s website:
   http://www.nationalcollege.org.uk/index/professional-development.htm




New! SBM Development Workshops
Develop your professional role and make a significant
contribution to school effectiveness.
One day workshops

Apply today!
�� Project Management in Schools
29 November 2011
Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ
• Leading Procurement in Schools
24 January 2012
Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ
�� Income Generation: Guidance for School Business Managers
31 January 2012
Central London Location (venue to be confirmed)
�� Supporting Teaching and Learning
8 February 2012
Central London Location (venue to be confirmed)
Just £225 per workshop
For further information or to book your place visit our website:
www.mpowernet.anglia.ac.uk/schools-a-academies/schools-business-
management/
T: 0845 196 4355 E: brenton.crew@anglia.ac.uk
Visit our website for more information on the full Certificate of School Business
Management (CSBM) and Diploma of School Business Management (DSBM)
programmes.
http://www.mpowernet.anglia.ac.uk/schools-a-academies
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                   Support Staff Training Courses (September 2011 – September 2012)

Course Title:                Overview:                             Pre requisites:                                    Further Information /
                                                                                                                      Method of Application
Certificate of School        The Certificate of School
                             Business Management (CSBM)
                                                                   You must either be an SBM or want to be an
                                                                   SBM, currently performing all or part of the
                                                                                                                      For further information and to apply
                                                                                                                      please visit www.nationalcollege.org.uk
Business Management          provides participants with the        SBM role at either senior administrator or         click on “Professional Development” then
                             skills and expertise to perform the   management level.                                  “For School and Academy Leaders” and
                             role of school business manager                                                          then scroll down to “School Business
                             (SBM), and ultimately to improve                                                         Managers” and you can select this course
                             school effectiveness.



Diploma of School Business   The Diploma of School Business
                             Management (DSBM) develops
                                                                   You must be an experienced SBM working as a
                                                                   member of, or closely with, the senior
                                                                                                                      For further information and to apply
                                                                                                                      please visit www.nationalcollege.org.uk
Management                   the leadership and management         leadership team, or have experience equivalent     click on “Professional Development” then
                             skills of school business             to this.                                           “For School and Academy Leaders” and
                             managers (SBM), enabling them                                                            then scroll down to “School Business
                             to fulfill a strategic role in                                                           Managers” and you can select this course
                             determining the direction of their
                             school.




                             Schools Direct – Support              Staff Training Courses Provided

Level 3 Certificate in       The programme aims to develop
                             participant’s skills, knowledge and
                                                                   You should be working in a school office with
                                                                   access to the internet at home or at work. You
                                                                                                                      For further information and to register
                                                                                                                      your interest please e-mail
School Administration        understanding in School               must be supported by your Head Teacher             Kevin Coupland:
                             Administration helping you            and/or Line Manager.                               kevin.coupland@schoolsdirect.com
(CSA)                        develop a career in school                                                               Or visit: www.schoolsdirect.com
                             administration or business
                             management.
Level 3 Certificate in       The programme aims to develop
                             participants understanding of
                                                                   You should be working in premises and
                                                                   facilities management including caretakers, site
                                                                                                                      For further information and to register
                                                                                                                      your interest please e-mail
Facilities Management        premises management including         supervisors and site managers.                     Kevin Coupland:
                             sustainability and caring for the                                                        kevin.coupland@schoolsdirect.com
(CFM)                        learning environment. You will                                                           Or visit: www.schoolsdirect.com
                             also develop understanding of
                             health and safety and risk
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                        management in the work place
                        whilst also identifying your team
                        role and how to work as part of a
                        wider team.
Level 4 in Facilities   This level 4 qualification provides
                        a broad understanding of facilities
                                                              You should be a Practising or Potential Site
                                                              Manager, Site Supervisor, Business Manager
                                                                                                             For further information and to register
                                                                                                             your interest please e-mail
Management              management for experienced            or Administrator.                              Kevin Coupland:
                        operations managers who are                                                          kevin.coupland@schoolsdirect.com
                        responsible for a range of                                                           Or visit: www.schoolsdirect.com
                        Facilities Management functions.
                        It is also suitable for managers
                        wishing to extend their
                        operational activity.

Level 4 in Management   This level 4 qualification aims to
                        give practising or potential
                                                              You should be a Practising or potential
                                                              Business Manager and/or Administrator.
                                                                                                             For further information and to register
                                                                                                             your interest please e-mail
                        managers the foundation for their                                                    Kevin Coupland:
                        formal development in a                                                              kevin.coupland@schoolsdirect.com
                        management role. This is                                                             Or visit: www.schoolsdirect.com
                        achieved by developing basic
                        middle management capability
                        and assisting participants in
                        gaining the knowledge required at
                        this level.
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Schools direct.com Ltd work with The National College, Anglia Ruskin University,
Manchester Metropolitan University, The Children’s Workforce Development Council, The
Institute of Administrative Management, The British Institute of Facilities Management
and The Institute of Leadership Management.

The purpose of our school training is for candidates to be able to have an immediate
positive impact on their organisations effectiveness and efficiency. Our school training is
engaging, highly interactive and enjoyable. Our experienced facilitators are energetic,
enthusiastic and dynamic. Our candidates are supported through their learning and we
have an extensive support network in place to ensure maximum success. Courses are
available in various locations throughout the UK and in house training is also available.

Schools direct.com Ltd are at the forefront of developments in School Support Staff
Training, our programmes are very much recognised as key qualifications for candidates
in terms of aiding professional development and future career progression. Our
programmes target all areas of School Support Staff meaning whichever career path you
have chosen there is an opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and experience
whilst also gaining an invaluable qualification recognised on the national framework.


            Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Business and Administration (QCF)

Course Title: Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Business and Administration (QCF)
Duration: 6 – 12 Months
Accreditation: Successful completion leads to a level 2 Certificate on the National
Framework. The programme is accredited by Edexcel.
Target Audience: Available to all looking to further their professional development

       Course Units:
       Manage own Performance in a Business Environment
       Improve own Performance in a Business Environment
       Work in a Business Environment
       Communicate in a Business Environment
       Solve Business problems working with others in a Business Environment
       Use Occupational and Safety Guidelines in using Keyboards
       Further Optional Units

       Course objectives: Participants will

       Understand how to plan work and be accountable to others
       Understand how to behave in a way that supports effective working
       Understand how to improve your own Performance
       Understand how to respect other people at work
       Know how to support sustainability in an organisation
       Understand the purpose of planning communication
       Know how to solve business problems using various approaches and
       solutions
       Understand how your role fits with organisational values and practices
       Be able to use occupational health and safety guidelines
       Be aware of safety procedures when using a keyboard and work station
       and the care and maintenance of it
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Trainer: Schools Direct.com Ltd (Accredited training organisation)
Cost: Cost Free to Candidate and School
Course booking: enquiries@schoolsdirect.com or call 0844 335 6911
Accredited by:edexcel

          Level 2 Certificate in Cleaning and Support Services Skills (QCF)

Course Title: Level 2 Certificate in Cleaning and Support Services Skills (QCF)
Duration: 6 – 12 Months
Accreditation: Successful completion leads to a level 2 Certificate on the
National Framework. The programme is accredited by Edexcel.
Target Audience: Available to all looking to further their professional
Development

Course Units:
     Work Individually and follow reporting procedures in a cleaning
     environment
     Communicate effectively in the workplace
     Develop yourself in the job role
     Reduce risks to Health and Safety in the workplace
     Deal with routine waste
     Clean washrooms and replenish supplies
     Clean, maintain and protect semi-hard and hard floors

      Course objectives: Participants will
      Learn how to work individually and follow reporting procedures
      Learn how to communicate effectively in the workplace
      Learn how to develop yourself in your job role
      Learn how to reduce risks to Health and Safety in the work place
      Learn how to deal with routine waste
      Learn how to clean washrooms and replenish supplies
Trainer: Schools Direct.com Ltd (Accredited training organisation)
Cost: Cost Free to Candidate and School
Course booking: enquiries@schoolsdirect.com or call 0844 335 6911
Accredited by: edexcel
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                  Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Customer Service (QCF)

Course Title: Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Customer Service (QCF)
Duration: 6 – 12 Months
Accreditation: Successful completion leads to a level 2 Certificate on the
National Framework. The programme is accredited by Edexcel.
Target Audience: Available to all looking to further their professional
Development

       Course Units:
       Communicate using Customer Service
       Follow the rules to deliver Customer Service
       Maintain a positive and customer friendly attitude
       Deal with incoming telephone calls from customers
       Do your job in a customer friendly way
       Deliver reliable Customer Service
       Resolve Customer Service problems
       Deliver Customer Service to difficult customers

       Course objectives: Participants will
       Know how to communicate using customer service language
       Learn how to follow the rules to deliver customer service
       Show you have the right attitude for customer service
       Know the appropriate behaviours to show to customers
       Show you can build a rapport with customers
       Learn how to build a rapport with customers
       Know how to give consistent customer service to customers
       Know how to spot customer service problems and take relevant action
       Know how to recognise when customers may be difficult to deal with

Trainer: Schools Direct.com Ltd (Accredited training organisation)
Cost: Cost Free to Candidate and School
Course booking: enquiries@schoolsdirect.com or call 0844 335 6911
Accredited by: edexcel
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            Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Business and Administration (QCF)

Course Title: Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Business and Administration (QCF)
Duration: 6 – 12 Months
Accreditation: Successful completion leads to a level 3 Certificate on the National
Framework. The programme is accredited by Edexcel.
Target Audience: Available to all looking to further their professional development

       Course Units:
       Manage own Performance in a Business Environment
       Evaluate an improve own Performance in a Business Environment
       Work in a Business Environment
       Communicate in a Business Environment
       Contribute to decision making in a Business Environment
       Negotiate in a Business Environment
       Plan and organise meetings
       Use Occupational Health and Safety Guidelines in using Keyboards
       Improve productivity using Information Technology

       Course objectives: Participants will
       Understand how to plan and prioritise work and be accountable to others
       Learn how to evaluate and improve own performance
       Understand the purpose and benefits of respecting and supporting other
       people at work
       Know how to assess manage and monitor risk in the workplace
       Understand the purpose of planning communication
       Understand how to prepare to contribute to decision making
       Learn how to prepare for negotiations
       Understand the arrangements and actions required for planning and
       organising meetings
       Understand the purpose of occupational help and safety procedures and
       using keyboards and work station care and maintenance
       Know how to plan select and use appropriate IT Systems and Software
       for different purposes

Trainer: Schools Direct.com Ltd (Accredited training organisation)
Cost: Cost Free to Candidate and School
Course booking: enquiries@schoolsdirect.com or call 0844 335 6911
Accredited by: edexcel
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                    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Customer Service (QCF)

Course Title: Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Customer Service (QCF)
Duration: 6 – 12 Months
Accreditation: Successful completion leads to a level 3 Certificate on the National
Framework. The programme is accredited by Edexcel.
Target Audience: Available to all looking to further their professional development

       Course Units:
       Demonstrate understanding of customer service
       Demonstrate understanding of the rules that impact on improvements in
       customer service
       Communicate effectively with customers
       Deal with customers in writing or electronically
       Organise the delivery of reliable customer service
       Maintain and develop a healthy and safe customer service environment
       Deliver customer service to difficult customers
       Monitor and solve customer service problems

       Course objectives: Participants will

       Know their organisations accepted customer service language
       Understand the rules and procedures that impact on customer service
       improvements
       Know how to communicate effectively with customers
       Know how to use written or electronic communication effectively
       Know how to plan and organise the delivery of reliable customer service
       Know how to use recording systems to maintain reliable customer service
       Know how to assess the customer service environment for factors that
       affect health and safety
       Know how to recognise when customers may be difficult to deal with
       Be able to identify customer service problems and options for solving
       Them

Trainer: Schools Direct.com Ltd (Accredited training organisation)
Cost: Cost Free to Candidate and School
Course booking: enquiries@schoolsdirect.com or call 0844 335 6911
Accredited by: edexcel
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Hsis Continuous Professional Development offer
You’ll find our CPD offer at http://www.haveringcpd.org.uk. All staff at schools that have bought the CPD
                                            package can log in and book.

                                            Schools buying into either the CPD package or the all
                                            inclusive package, have unlimited access* to this CPD offer.
                                            The CPD courses are designed to meet a wide range of staff
                                            needs.

                                            The majority of our CPD courses take place at LB Havering
                                            training centre at The CEME centre in Rainham (see map
                                            below).

If you have any questions about our CPD programme (or other services)
then please contact us.

For general enquiries contact us by email -
admin@haveringcpd.gov.uk

Or via our website www.havering-sis.org

Or you can telephone us on 01708 431 645.

* Unlimited access refers to the breadth of the offer, i.e. each school is guaranteed a single place (more
where this is specifically stated) on each CPD event. Spare places will be allocated on a first come first
served                                                                                             basis.
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                                                   Spring 2011 - 2012
            Ref                            Title                                                            Date
MJO/2011-12/8     Managing and improving teacher assessment                   Tue 13 Mar 2012 13:30-16:30

MJO/2011-12/9     Use of effective questioning                                Wed 14 Mar 2012 13:30-16:30

PEL/2011-12/21    Good or better: planning and teaching good to outstanding   Thu 05 Jan 2012 09:15-12:30 Tue 21 Feb 2012 09:15-12:30
                  primary English lessons

AJA/2011-12/96    MLE - Primary KS1 - Curriculum ideas using the MLE -        Tue 10 Jan 2012 09:30-12:00
                  Repeat of Wed 2nd Nov 2011

AJA/2011-12/97    MLE - Primary KS2 - Curriculum ideas using the MLE -        Tue 10 Jan 2012 13:00-15:30
                  Repeat of Wed 2nd Nov 2011

PEL/2011-12/22    Encouraging independent and critical reading at KS3 and 4   Tue 17 Jan 2012 09:15-16:00

AJA/2011-12/92    MLE - Primary & Secondary - Webfronter, Using the MLE       Tue 17 Jan 2012 10:00-15:30
                  to Create a Website
AJA/2011-12/42    ICT - Secondary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012             Tue 24 Jan 2012 16:00-17:45

DSM/2011-12/20    SWITCHED ON ICT - Google Tools                              Wed 25 Jan 2012 16:15-17:45

DSM/2011-12/21    SWITCHED ON ICT - Survey Monkey and Google Forms            Wed 08 Feb 2012 16:15-17:45

JM/2011-12/8      Preparing for Ofsted for 6th Form (post 16) teachers and    Wed 22 Feb 2012 15:30-17:00
                  managers - in Secondary Schools

DSM/2011-12/16    ICT - Primary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012 (repeated     Thu 01 Mar 2012 16:15-18:00
                  on 07.03.12)
DSM/2011-12/27    ICT - Primary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012 (repeat of    Wed 07 Mar 2012 16:15-18:00
                  01.03.12)
CAM/2011-12/9     Developing functionality in mathematics                     Thu 08 Mar 2012 09:30-16:30
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AJA/2011-12/93   MLE - Primary & Secondary - Parental engagement using        Tue 13 Mar 2012 10:00-15:30
                 the MLE rooms & tools

SSC/2011-12/4    Mathematics - Primary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012        Tue 13 Mar 2012 16:30-18:00

PEL/2011-12/34   Supporting the progress of higher achieving readers at KS1   Tue 20 Mar 2012 09:00-12:00

PEL/2011-12/36   Supporting the progress of higher achieving readers at KS2   Tue 20 Mar 2012 13:00-17:00

JPA/2011-12/7    Primary RE Spring 2012                                       Wed 21 Mar 2012 13:30-16:00

CAM/2011-12/7    Mathematics - Secondary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012      Wed 21 Mar 2012 16:30-18:00

ANE/2011-12/3    Gifted and Talented - Primary - Network Meeting - Spring     Thu 22 Mar 2012 16:25-18:00
                 2012
ANE/2011-12/7    Gifted and Talented - Secondary - Network Meeting -          Fri 23 Mar 2012 09:00-12:00
                 Spring 2012
CAM/2011-12/12   Developing effective assessment in mathematics               Tue 27 Mar 2012 09:00-17:00

CJA/2011-12/29   Working in Partnership with Parents; Developing Effective    Tue 10 Jan 2012 09:00-12:00 Thu 09 Feb 2012 09:00-12:00
                 Strategies for Partnership Working

CJA/2011-12/30   Child-initiated Learning: Supporting Children's Learning     Thu 19 Jan 2012 09:00-12:00 Tue 07 Feb 2012 09:00-12:00
                 through Enabling Environments

CJA/2010-11/21   An Introduction to Well-being and Involvement: Using the     Tue 24 Jan 2012 09:00-12:00
                 Leuven Scales as a Tool for Quality Improvement PART 1

CJA/2011-12/31   Early Years Foundation Stage Profile LA Moderation           Wed 22 Feb 2012 16:15-18:00
                 Session 3
CJA/2011-12/32   A New and changing landscape? Implementing the revised       Tue 28 Feb 2012 09:30-15:30
                 Early Years Foundation Stage

CJA/2011-12/39   Observational Assessment: A Tool to Support a Child's        Tue 06 Mar 2012 09:00-12:00 Thu 29 Mar 2012 09:00-12:00
                 Development
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CJA/2011-12/33   Early Years Leaders Forum                                   Thu 15 Mar 2012 16:15-18:00

CJA/2011-12/34   Early Years Foundation Stage Profile LA Moderation          Wed 21 Mar 2012 16:15-18:00
                 Session 4
MWA/2011-12/13   Narrowing the Gaps: Identifying vulnerable pupils in your   Wed 18 Jan 2012 13:30-16:30
                 school
MWA/2011-12/14   Assessing and improving the writing of learners of EAL      Wed 08 Feb 2012 13:30-16:30
                 (Guided writing units)
MWA/2011-12/17   EAL/EMA - All - Network Meeting - Spring 2012               Wed 22 Feb 2012 16:30-18:00

GST/2011-12/11   Leaders of the Future - Primary                             Wed 11 Jan 2012 09:15-16:00 Wed 18 Jan 2012 09:00-17:00


PP/2011-12/13    ICT Procurement Advice Workshop                             Tue 07 Feb 2012 16:00-17:30

GST/2011-12/12   Aspiring Deputy Head Teachers - Primary, Secondary and      Tue 06 Mar 2012 09:15-16:00 Wed 07 Mar 2012 09:15-16:00
                 Special

IGU/2011-12/4    Secondary Deputy and Assistant Head Teachers - Network      Wed 07 Mar 2012 13:00-16:00
                 Meeting - Spring 2012
GST/2011-12/13   Deputy Heads / Assistant Head Teachers Conferences:         Wed 14 Mar 2012 13:30-15:30
                 Primary & Secondary & PRUs - Spring 2012

AJA/2011-12/51   NQT - Primary KS1 - Mathematics                             Tue 10 Jan 2012 13:45-15:30
AJA/2011-12/62   NQT - Primary KS2 - Mathematics                             Thu 12 Jan 2012 13:45-15:30
AJA/2011-12/73   NQT - Secondary - Gifted and Talented                       Wed 18 Jan 2012 16:30-18:00

AJA/2011-12/79   NQT - Primary KS1 - Behaviour Management (Part Two)         Tue 24 Jan 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/63   NQT - Primary KS2 - ICT                                     Thu 26 Jan 2012 13:45-15:30
AJA/2011-12/52   NQT - Primary KS1 - ICT                                     Tue 31 Jan 2012 13:45-15:30
AJA/2011-12/82   NQT - Primary KS2 - Behaviour Management (Part Two)         Thu 02 Feb 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/53   NQT - Primary KS1 - Science                                 Tue 07 Feb 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/64   NQT - Primary KS2 - Science                                 Thu 09 Feb 2012 13:45-15:30
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AJA/2011-12/54   NQT - Primary KS1 - All children matter                          Tue 28 Feb 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/74   NQT - Secondary - What makes for good learning?                  Wed 29 Feb 2012 16:30-18:00

AJA/2011-12/65   NQT - Primary KS2 - All children matter                          Thu 01 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/84   NQT - Primary KS1 - PE Part Two - Gymnastics                     Tue 06 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/75   NQT - Secondary - Meeting the needs of students with EAL         Wed 07 Mar 2012 16:30-18:00

AJA/2011-12/55   NQT - Primary KS1 - Meeting the needs of pupils with EAL         Tue 13 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/66   NQT - Primary KS2 - Meeting the needs of pupils with EAL         Thu 15 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/80   NQT - Early Years - EYFS - Quality Environment & Adult           Tue 20 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30
                 Interactions
AJA/2011-12/67   NQT - Primary KS2 - Getting started with the teaching of         Thu 22 Mar 2012 13:45-15:30
                 Primary Languages
JKE/2011-12/2    "How to... ": A certificated course in 3 parts for TAs working   Wed 11 Jan 2012 09:30-11:30 Wed 25 Jan 2012 09:30-11:30 Thu 02
                 with pupils with EAL                                             Feb 2012 09:30-11:30


JKE/2011-12/5    EAL TA forum - All - Network Meeting - Spring 2012               Wed 29 Feb 2012 09:30-11:30

JM/2011-12/4     Level 3 Teaching and Learning - Network Meeting - Spring         Wed 01 Feb 2012 16:00-17:00
                 2012
PEL/2011-12/31   English - Primary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012                Tue 07 Feb 2012 16:15-17:45

PP/2011-12/12    E-safety - All - Network Meeting - Spring 2012                   Tue 21 Feb 2012 16:00-17:30

PEL/2011-12/32   English - Secondary - Network Meeting - Spring 2012              Tue 21 Feb 2012 16:15-17:45

PEL/2011-12/33   English - Secondary 2 i/c - Network Meeting - Spring 2012        Wed 29 Feb 2012 16:15-17:45

MJO/2011-12/4    Assessment - Primary - Network meeting - Spring 2012             Tue 06 Mar 2012 16:30-18:00
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PP/2011-12/16         Using Facebook and Social Networking to promote your        Tue 31 Jan 2012 16:00-17:30
                      school




                                                      Summer 2011-2012
                Ref                             Title                                                            Date
JM/2011-12/12         Using data to manage performance of post 16 provision       Wed 11 Jul 2012 15:00-17:00
                      (Data for the non-numerate.)

ANE/2011-12/4         Gifted and Talented - Primary - Network Meeting -           Thu 21 Jun 2012 16:30-18:00
                      Summer 2012
ANE/2011-12/8         Gifted and Talented - Secondary - Network Meeting -         Fri 22 Jun 2012 09:00-12:00
                      Summer 2012
JPA/2011-12/8         Primary RE Summer 2012                                      Wed 27 Jun 2012 13:30-16:00

CJA/2011-12/40        A Language Rich Environment: Developing Places to Talk      Thu 19 Apr 2012 09:00-12:00 Tue 08 May 2012 09:00-12:00


CJA/2011-12/35        A New and changing landscape? Implementing the              Thu 26 Apr 2012 09:30-16:30
                      revised Early Years Foundation Stage

CJA/2011-12/36        Early Years Foundation Stage Profile LA Moderation          Thu 24 May 2012 16:45-18:00
                      Session 5
CJA/2011-12/37        Early Years Leaders Forum                                   Tue 12 Jun 2012 16:15-18:00

CJA/2011-12/38        Early Years Foundation Stage Profile LA Moderation          Tue 10 Jul 2012 16:45-18:00
                      Session 6
MWA/2011-12/21        EAL/EMA - All - Network Meeting - Summer 2012               Wed 23 May 2012 16:30-18:00

MWA/2011-12/22        EAL TA forum - All - Network Meeting - Summer 2012          Wed 30 May 2012 09:30-11:30

MWA/2011-12/25        Assessing and improving the writing of learners of EAL at   Thu 21 Jun 2012 13:30-16:30
                      KS3/4
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MWA/2011-12/23   Admission and induction of newly-arrived pupils with EAL   Fri 29 Jun 2012 13:30-16:30

MWA/2011-12/24   The language of maths - challenges for EAL learners        Tue 03 Jul 2012 13:30-16:30

JM/2011-12/11    Level 3 Teaching and Learning - Network Meeting -          Wed 13 Jun 2012 16:00-17:00
                 Summer 2012
IGU/2011-12/5    Secondary Deputy and Assistant Head Teachers -             Thu 28 Jun 2012 09:00-16:00
                 Network Meeting - Summer 2012

AJA/2011-12/81   NQT - Early Years - Revised EYFS                           Tue 22 May 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/56   NQT - Primary KS1 - Gifted and Talented                    Tue 12 Jun 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/69   NQT - Primary KS2 - Gifted and Talented                    Thu 14 Jun 2012 13:45-15:30

AJA/2011-12/57   NQT - Primary and Secondary - Career Paths in Teaching     Thu 12 Jul 2012 13:45-15:30
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ICT Computer Course
ECDL Essentials (Level 1) Certificate
ECDL Extra (Level 2)

This course will be held on Thursday nights 6pm-8pm at Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School in
Upminster commencing 22nd September 2011 to July 2012.

The cost will be £150.00 this includes registration, learning resources, exam entry fee and tuition.

If you would like any further information or would like to book a place on this course please contact
Simon Corless or Debbie Rogers at Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School.

Email:      sncorless@mary.havering.sch.uk
            drogers@mary.havering.sch.uk

Or telephone 01708 222660


Havering’s Children’s Workforce
E-learning Induction
Do you work with Children,
Young People and Families?

   The e-learning induction is FREE and available to everyone working with children, young people and
   their families either through paid employment or voluntary work.

   The e-learning induction is aimed at all members of the children’s workforce delivering services and
   activities across health, education, early years, sports and culture, youth support and social, family
   and community support.

Modules currently available:

        Information Sharing
        Integrated working
        Common Assessment Framework
        The Lead Professional
        The Team Around the Child
        Equality and Diversity
        The Data Protection Act 1998
        Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
        and young people.

The Induction is hosted by Havering e-learning zone, all members of the London Borough of Havering will
have a log in. If you are from a partner agency and would like to access
the induction programme you will need to apply for a login, please contact:
Siobhan.duffy@havering.gov.uk or 01708 433576 www.havering.gov.uk/childrensworkforce

 Should you have any queries regarding Support Staff training that is not covered in the
                              above table, please contact:
                             School Workforce Strategy Team
                                  Tel: 01708 434255
                                           or
       E-mail: louise.clarke@havering.gov.uk or catherine.inaloz@havering.gov.uk
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             Benefits for Teachers

                 Child Care Allowance of £420 (pro rata) per annum per child under five
                  years of age. (Benefit liable to tax and National Insurance).
                 Child care vouchers – Call 0845 002 1111
                 Costs of furniture removal of up to £1,000.
                 Loan of up to £1000 towards initial accommodation costs.
                 Affordable housing schemes available through Housing Options-See
                  Housing page.
                 Discounts from local leisure centres and gyms and discounted entry into
                  leisure parks nationally, log onto www.kaarp.co.uk website, "Login. User
                  Name = havering. Password = benefits
                 Well-being programme and Employee Assistance Programme operating in
                  many schools.
                                **For more information call 01708 434255**




Primary Teaching Vacancies
All posts are exempt from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
and, the successful applicant will be expected to undertake an enhanced disclosure.

All are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All Schools aim to promote and ensure equality of opportunity and equal treatment for
all.

Clockhouse Primary School
Clockhouse Lane, Collier Row, Romford, RM5 3QR
Telephone: 01708 745972
Fax: 01708 742245

Phase Leader with responsibility for Mathematics (TLR 1)
Temporary contract - initially offered for one year only
Required for September 2012

Clockhouse Primary is a very large school which prides itself on its high level of inclusion and positive
and caring atmosphere for learning.

In the recent Ofsted inspection (November 2011) Inspectors commented upon the school having ‘an
extremely strong sense of purpose …with everybody knowing their responsibilities and being
accountable’.

We are looking to appoint an outstanding teacher to manage and lead in raising standards in maths
across the school and contribute to the work of the schools Leadership Team.
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We offer:
   Motivated, friendly children with high standards of behaviour.
   Supportive staff who are receptive to new initiatives.
   An ethos of commitment to raising standards.
   Exciting opportunities for professional development.
   A supportive Governing Body and parents who work in partnership with the school.

We ask that you are:
   An outstanding classroom practitioner with experience across the Primary phrase.
   An experienced team leader.
   Up to date with recent developments with regards to the curriculum and have excellent subject
      knowledge within the area of leading Mathematics.
   Eager to work as part of a team dedicated to the continuous raising of standards and
      achievement.
   Committed to school improvement and to ensuring that all children reach their true potential.

Please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application form. If you
experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

Visits to the school are welcome

Closing date: Friday 2nd March, 2012
Headteacher: Mrs Hafise Nazif




Crowlands Primary School
London Road, Romford, RM7 9EJ
Tel: 01708 743403
email: office@crowlands.havering.sch.uk

Permanent Class Teacher KS2
Required for the Summer Term 2012.

Crowlands Primary School is going on an exciting journey to become an outstanding school
with many challenges and opportunities on the way.

We require a skilled, experienced and committed KS2 Class Teacher for the Summer term. (Expertise
in Maths is an advantage).

Visits to the school are essential and welcomed. If you are interested in this position, please contact
Head Teacher Ms Surinder Dhingra for further information.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share
this committment.

Please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application form. If you
experience difficulties, please contact Schools' HR on 01708 434255

Closing date: Friday 24th February, 2012
Interview date: 8th March 2012
Headteacher: Ms S. Dhingra
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Harold Wood Primary School
Recreation Avenue, Harold Wood, Romford, Essex. RM3 0TH
Telephone: 01708 345473
Fax: 01708 374237

Maternity Cover for KS2 Teacher
Required from September 2012 to April 2013

Based in a superb environment with attractive grounds, Harold Wood Primary School is a successful
school with supportive governors and friendly pupils who really want to learn. Ofsted said in March
2011 that ‘the strong sense of community and inclusive approach of staff makes pupils feel that they
belong’.

We are seeking to appoint a motivated and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working as a team and
is able to plan with other members of the year group to ensure the best outcomes for the children in
their care.

At Harold Wood Primary School we aim to work together to make a difference to give all children the
best start to their educational lives.

Please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application form. If you
experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

Visits to the school are welcome. Please telephone the school office on 01708 345473 to make an
appointment.

Closing Date: Friday, 24th February, 2012
Headteacher: Miss A. E. Dowding
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Diocese of Brentwood in partnership with Havering Local Authority
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
St Mary’s Lane
Upminster, Essex. RM14 2QB
The community of St. Joseph’s School follows the example of Christ, accepting and respecting
everyone, as we learn and grow together, safe in His Love.

Headteacher
Required for September 2012
ISR 18-24 Group 3 NOR 424
The Governing Body seeks to appoint a highly motivated and committed leader for our two-form entry
school following the retirement of our Head Teacher in September 2012. Ofsted has rated the school
as ‘Good’ with a number of outstanding features. We are looking for a Head Teacher to build on the
progress to date whilst maintaining the loving and caring family atmosphere.

With fantastic children, committed staff and an active governing body, a headship at St. Joseph’s
Catholic Primary is an exciting opportunity.

You will be a practising Catholic with a clear vision for Catholic education. You will have recent
experience of raising standards and a commitment to continue best practice. You will further
strengthen the links with both parish and school.

You will:
     sustain and develop the Catholic ethos of the school;
     provide strong, visionary leadership and management;
     ensure that each child is educated according to their needs, with the highest aspiration for
          every pupil;
     maintain rigorous standards of teaching;
     continue to raise children’s achievements;
     continue to build on the partnerships with parents and the two parishes as well as the
          Diocese, Local Authority and the local community;
     develop the school for the future, guided by the educational mission of the Catholic Church.
We offer:
    a unique opportunity to lead a successful, diverse and inclusive school with motivated children
       who enjoy learning;
    dedicated professional staff committed to developing and raising standards;
    a knowledgeable and supportive governing body with high expectations;
    an enthusiastic and hardworking school association;
    a school at the heart of its community.

Visits warmly welcomed.
Please visit www.haveringschools.jobs for an application pack and downloadable form which upon
completion should be e-mailed to: louise.clarke@havering.gov.uk . If you have difficulties, please
contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

Closing date: Friday 24th February 2012
Interviews : Friday 16th March 2012-01-25

The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people in its
care and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruitment
practice and appointments are subject to satisfactory CRB certification and references.
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Diocese of Brentwood
St. Patrick’s Catholic School
Lowshoe Lane Collier Row,
Romford RM5 2AP
Tel: 01708 745655

Maternity Cover - Class Teacher Yr 4
Required for 2nd half of Summer Term and Autumn Term

The Governors of St. Patrick’s Catholic Primary School wish to appoint an enthusiastic and committed
teacher to join our successful and popular school.

The successful candidate will:
    Be enthusiastic and dedicated with a strong commitment to Catholic Education
    Have high expectations and aspirations for our children
    Have a creative and dynamic approach to classroom teaching
    Be caring and energetic, with a forward thinking outlook, and be able to work as part of a
      team.

St Patrick’s can offer you:
     A caring, warm and friendly school with happy and very motivated children
     Personalised support and excellent professional development
     An opportunity to be part of a strong and dedicated staff team who are committed to high
        standards

Applicants are encouraged to visit the school by prior arrangement.

Application forms can be submitted online by visiting: www.haveringschoolcareers.co.uk and locating
this vacancy. If you experience difficulties please contact the school’s HR on 01708 734255.

Closing Date: Friday 23rd March, 2012
Interviews: To Be Confirmed

St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and all posts are subject to pre-employment checks. References will be sought and
successful candidates will need to undertake and enhanced Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) check.
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Secondary Teaching Vacancies
All posts are exempt from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and,
the successful applicant will be expected to undertake an enhanced disclosure.

All are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All Schools aim to promote and ensure equality of opportunity and equal treatment for
all.


 Bower Park School
 Havering Road, Romford, Essex. RM1 4YY
 Tel: 01708 730244 Fax: 01708 741748

 Head of English (TLR 1B - £9,013)
 Required for Autumn Term, 2012

 This is an exciting opportunity to join a forward thinking, constantly improving, school. We are looking
 to recruit a highly motivated, dynamic and innovative specialist to be responsible for the tracking,
 monitoring and evaluation of progress and data for all students within our English department. The
 successful candidate will be an excellent classroom teacher, a strong team player and possess
 emotional intelligence. This is a key role within our school and the successful applicant will be
 responsible for improving and maintaining teaching and learning within the English department.

 Bower Park School is a mixed comprehensive school in Havering, easily commutable from both
 London and Essex.

 Application form can be downloaded from our school website www.bowerpark.havering.sch.uk.
 Alternatively please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application
 form. If you experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

 The application pack with details of the Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form and
 are available from the school web site on www.bowerpark.havering.sch.uk. Please email the school for
 further information at office@bowerpark.havering.sch.uk.

 Closing date for all applications is the 4.00pm on the Monday 20th February, 2012.
 Headteacher: Mrs M Morrison MSc BA Hons NPQH


Bower Park School
Havering Road, Romford, Essex. RM1 4YY
Tel: 01708 730244    Fax: 01708 741748

Science Teacher
Required for Summer Term

This is an exciting opportunity to join a forward thinking, constantly improving, school. We are looking to
recruit a highly motivated, dynamic and innovative teacher. The successful candidate will be an
excellent classroom teacher, able to show very good subject knowledge, a strong team player and
possess emotional intelligence. The successful applicant will work as part of a team in improving and
maintaining teaching and learning standards in the Science Department.

Bower Park School is a mixed comprehensive school in Havering, easily commutable from both London
and Essex.
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Application form can be downloaded from our school website www.bowerpark.havering.sch.uk or
alternatively please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application
form. If you experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

The application pack with details of the Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form and
are available from the school web site on www.bowerpark.havering.sch.uk. Please email the school for
further information at office@bowerpark.havering.sch.uk.

Closing date for all applications is 9am on the Monday 20th February, 2012
Headteacher: Mrs M Morrison MSc BA Hons NPQH

 Marshalls Park School and Performing Arts College
 Pettits Lane, Romford RM1 4EH.
 Tel: 01708 724134 Fax 01708746021

 English Teacher
 Required September 2012

 Permanent position - Full time starting in September 2012 (MPS 2)

 Do you want to teach in a supportive school?
 Do you like excellent facilities?
 Want the chance to prove yourself?

 Marshalls Park is an improving school.         Our recent Ofsted inspection noted the significant
 improvement being made in teaching.

 We are looking to increase our staffing in English core area in order to improve standards and
 progress.

 We are looking for a lively and enthusiastic teacher to join our English team. With improving results,
 experienced colleagues, well equipped rooms with an interactive whiteboard in every classroom, this
 is a great opportunity for someone who puts teaching and learning at the heart of their classroom
 practice.

 Marshalls Park School is a friendly school, which offers everyone who works here excellent support.
 The school places a very strong emphasis on continuing professional development. As such we offer
 in-service training of the highest quality. The school can also boast an excellent intranet system,
 which is used to enhance both student learning, and to track progress as well as a laptop for home –
 school use.

 Marshalls Park School is an excellent school to start your career. The posts are suitable for NQTs.
 We offer NQTs an excellent induction package, a reduced teaching timetable and opportunities for
 future promotion. We belong to the Validium Employee Assistant programme.

 If you are an NQT, you will have the opportunity to start in July so you will get paid for the summer
 months.

 Please note Marshalls Park School is committed to safeguarding children therefore all posts are
 subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks.

 Please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application form. If you
 experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

 Closing Date: Friday 24th February, 2012
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Marshalls Park School and Performing Arts College
Pettits Lane, Romford RM1 4EH.
Tel: 01708 724134
Fax 01708746021

Maths Teacher
Required September 2012

Permanent position - Full time starting in September 2012 (MPS 2)

Do you want to teach in a supportive school?
Do you like excellent facilities?
Want the chance to prove yourself?

Marshalls Park is an improving school.        Our recent Ofsted inspection noted the significant
improvement being made in teaching.

We are looking to increase our staffing in Maths core area in order to improve standards and
progress.

We are looking for a lively and enthusiastic teacher to join our Maths team. With improving results,
experienced colleagues, well equipped rooms with an interactive whiteboard in every classroom, this
is a great opportunity for someone who puts teaching and learning at the heart of their classroom
practice.

Marshalls Park School is a friendly school, which offers everyone who works here excellent support.
The school places a very strong emphasis on continuing professional development. As such we offer
in-service training of the highest quality. The school can also boast an excellent intranet system,
which is used to enhance both student learning, and to track progress as well as a laptop for home –
school use.

Marshalls Park School is an excellent school to start your career. The posts are suitable for NQTs.
We offer NQTs an excellent induction package, a reduced teaching timetable and opportunities for
future promotion. We belong to the Validium Employee Assistant programme.

If you are an NQT, you will have the opportunity to start in July so you will get paid for the summer
months.

Please note Marshalls Park School is committed to safeguarding children therefore all posts are
subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks.

Please apply online by visiting www.haveringschools.jobs and submitting an application form. If you
experience difficulties, please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

Closing Date: Friday 24th February, 2012
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Redden Court, A Specialist Mathematics and Computing Academy
Cotswold Road, Harold Wood, Romford, Essex, RM3 0TS
Tel: 01708 342293
Fax: 01708 386550

Teacher of Science

Redden Court School is an oversubscribed, successful converter Academy which has served the
local community of Harold Wood for many years, providing a high quality education for the students of
this area.

Our school motto is ‘Committed to Success’ and we seek to achieve the very best for our students
through the use a rich variety of educational approaches of technology.

‘A culture of high expectations permeates lessons’ OFSTED 2011.

Our students will require, from September 2012, an inspiring and enthusiastic Teacher of Science,
experience in Physics would be an advantage but not essential. The post would be suitable for an
NQT. The Science Faculty is successful and progressive. Our classrooms are happy learning
environments where you will see a vibrant, effective pedagogy in action. This post is available due to
the expansion and development of the faculty.

‘Teachers value their professional development because it is supportive and practical’ OFSTED 2011.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff to share in this commitment.

To apply and for further information, please visit our website www.reddencourt.havering.sch.uk or
www.haveringschoolcareers.co.uk. We welcome visits to the school from potential applicants.

Closing date: Friday 24th February, 2012
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Royal Liberty School
“Learning for Life”
Upper Brentwood Road, Romford, Essex, RM2 6HJ
Tel: 01708 730141 ext: 219
Fax: 01708 723950
Website: www.royalliberty.org.uk

Curriculum Leader for English and Creative Arts
TLR 1d (£11940)

The school is a thriving 11-16 Comprehensive School for Boys situated on the edge of London.
Located close to the mainline to Liverpool Street Station, we are on a direct route to Central London
whilst enjoying the surroundings of nearby countryside.

Applications are invited for September 2012.

We wish to appoint an outstanding English Teacher to lead and inspire this newly created Faculty.
This is an exceptional opportunity for the right person to join the Middle Leadership Team at this
school.

We are looking for someone who is committed to the achievement of all of our students. We want to
appoint someone who is enthusiastic, creative and ambitious.

The successful candidate will:

   Be an outstanding classroom teacher.

   Have a record of securing excellent student progress.

   Will have already undertaken a Leadership responsibility and is committed to their own further
    professional development.

In return you will gain experience that prepares you for a more senior position in the future.

Application forms can be submitted online by visiting: www.haveringschools.jobs and locating this
vacancy. If you experience difficulties please contact the school’s HR on 01708 734255.

Further details can be downloaded from our web-site www.royalliberty.org.uk or from
Ms. C. Jones Head Teachers PA on 01708 776105.

Head Teacher: Mrs J. Deery
Closing Date: Friday, 2nd March 2012
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Supply Teaching
Teach in

‘Teach in’ is one of the most frequently used and recommended agencies within the Havering area,
placing teachers in various roles throughout the borough on a short-term, long-term and permanent
basis.
Havering LA are currently working in close partnership with ‘Teach in’ who operate our ‘Teach in’
Havering’ scheme. This scheme supports day-to-day and long-term resource requirements of
Havering Primary, Secondary, Special Needs schools and Pupil Referral Units. This in effect
means ‘Teach in’ has a dedicated and ready pool of teachers alongside fantastic opportunities
within the Havering area.      Please contact ‘teach in’ on: (0)1923 295 300, or email:
havering@teachin.co.uk today, to find out more or to register with us. Registering with ‘Teach in’ will
give you access to hundreds of jobs within your area, so we can ensure that we make the perfect
match every time.
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                                     Benefits for Support Staff

                              Child care vouchers – Call 0845 002 1111
                    Discounts from local leisure centres and gyms. For further offers
                      and discounts for places like Alton Towers, Legoland and many
                      more log onto www.kaarp.co.uk website, "Login. User Name =
                                      havering. Password = benefits
                     Well-being programme and Employee Assistance Programme
                                        operating in many schools.

                           **For further details please call: 01708 434255**




Support Staff
All posts are exempt from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
and, the successful applicant will be expected to undertake an enhanced disclosure.

All are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young
people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All Schools aim to promote and ensure equality of opportunity and equal treatment for
all.


Emerson Park Academy, A Specialist Sports College
Wych Elm Road, Hornchurch, Essex. RM11 3AD
Telephone: 01708 475285
Fax: 01708 620 963
www.emersonparkschool.org

Grounds Maintenance Person
APTC 3 SCP 14-17
Salary: £17,484 – 18,582
36 hours per week x 52 weeks per year
Required Immediately

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic colleague with initiative to join our staff and work in a
happy but hardworking site team. You will be expected to work with minimal supervision adopting a
common sense approach to support the Business Manager and Site Team Manager in accordance
with the practices and procedures of the Academy. The main duties will be include general
maintenance of all external areas, grass cutting, hedge trimming, clearing leaves and litter in addition
to planting, pruning, tree care and seeding, and where appropriate chemical control under direction.
You will also be responsible for the preparation of sports facilities, interpretation of plans, site
preparation, labouring and minor construction activities. This role is of a physical nature and you will
be required to operate heavy machinery and assist other site team members in the execution of their
duties.

Emerson Park is a mixed, oversubscribed and successful 11-16 Specialist Sports College in the
London Borough of Havering. We are set in pleasant surroundings on the edge of the green belt with
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close proximity to both countryside and central London. We are fortunate to benefit from talented and
hard working staff, supportive parents and committed Governors and enthusiastic students.

Applications can be submitted online by visiting www.haveringschoolcareers.co.uk and locating this
vacancy. If you experience difficulties please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

If you wish to discuss the position or arrange a visit to the school please contact the Head’s PA, Mrs
Beney.

Closing date for applications is Friday 24th February, 2012.
Headteacher: Mr K S Walsh


Emerson Park Academy, A Specialist Sports College
Wych Elm Road, Hornchurch, Essex. RM11 3AD
Telephone: 01708 475285
Fax: 01708 620 963
www.emersonparkschool.org

Lettings Assistants
APTC 2 SCP 11 - 13 £9.80 – £10.26per hour
Up to 25 hours per week, based on requirement
Required immediately

We currently have a pool of Lettings Assistants but due to increased demand on our facilities, are
looking to increase the number of staff.

The post holder will be expected to work under their own initiative adopting a common sense
approach to support the Business Manager and Site Team Manager in accordance with the practices
and procedures of the Academy. The post will involve liaising with hirers and other duties arising
from the use of the premises in connection with lettings. Lettings mostly occur during evenings
(between 18:00 – 22:30) and/or weekends (between 08:30 and 23:30). Actual hours and days
worked will be variable, based upon requirements from lettings, therefore you will be required to adopt
a flexible approach to working patterns.

Emerson Park is a mixed, oversubscribed and successful 11-16 Specialist Sports College in the
London Borough of Havering. We are set in pleasant surroundings on the edge of the green belt with
close proximity to both countryside and central London. We are fortunate to benefit from talented and
hard working staff, supportive parents and committed Governors and enthusiastic students.

Applications can be submitted online by visiting www.haveringschoolcareers.co.uk and locating this
vacancy. If you experience difficulties please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.

If you wish to discuss the position or arrange a visit to the school please contact the Head’s PA, Mrs
Beney.

Closing date for applications is Friday 24th February, 2012.
Headteacher: Mr K S Walsh
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Hall Mead School
Marlborough Gardens, Cranham, Upminster RM14 1SF
Telephone: 01708 225684 Fax: 01708 220232

Midday Supervisor
6 hours per week
5 days per week 12.20 – 1.30 38 weeks per year (term time only)
Grade: APTC 2 Point – 11-13
Salary: £2,269 - £2,367

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed midday supervisor. The successful
applicant will be flexible and reliable. Experience in working with children would be an advantage.

Applications can be submitted online by visiting www.haveringschoolcareers.co.uk and locating this
vacancy. If you experience difficulties please contact Schools’ HR on 01708 434255.
Closing date for applications: Friday 24th February, 2012
Head Teacher: Mr Simon London


Towers Junior School
Windsor Road, Hornchurch, Essex, RM11 1PD
Telephone; 01708 449872
Email; office@towersjs.havering.sch.uk

Permanent HLTA
Required for 16th April 2012.

25 hours per week x 39 weeks per year (9.00am - 3.30pm)
Grade: APTC Scale 5 Point 22-25
Salary: £12,752 - £13,887

We are seeking to appoint an HLTA to work 5 hours per day (9.00am - 3.30pm), 5 days per week at
our school. The role includes working with identified groups of children, providing cover for absence,
leadership release and PPA cover. A job share may be considered.

We offer:

      A unique 21st century working environment in a recently refurbished school
      Enthusiastic, hard working children who enjoy learning.
      Colleagues who are well motivated and supportive
      A school community who value individuals and the benefits they bring to the team/ school
      Continuous professional development opportunities

We would welcome applications from staff who:

      Are highly motivated and enthusiastic with a willingness to learn new skills
      Have high expectations of self and others
      Are able to work as a member of a team and also show initiative to work independently where
       necessary
      Are suitably qualified and experienced for the role of HLTA. (see model job profile).
      Are both conversant in and confident with the KS2 mathematics calculation methods
       advocated in the Primary Strategy.

Visits to the school are welcomed. Further details are available from the school on request.
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Please apply online. If you experience difficulty, please contact Schools HR on 01708 434255

Closing date for applications; Friday 2nd March, 2012
Interviews: Week beginning Monday 5th March, 2012
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Housing

 Housing initiatives in Havering

Some of you may already be aware that from 1st April 2011 HousingOptions, the one-stop shop for
first-time buyers, key workers and public sector tenants, that gives access to low cost home
ownership products, will become FIRST STEPS.

With the new name comes a brand new and more user friendly website
www.firststepslondon.org, To help make our customers first steps to home ownership even
simpler. The new website has improved navigation, enhanced search functions and a more user
friendly application form.

The rest of the service will remain the same, with our dedicated Applications and Enquiries teams
continuing to help customers with their application and general enquiries. We will also be continuing
with the property matching service that has helped many Londoners already buy their chosen
home.

Approved customer applications to HousingOptions will still be valid under FIRST STEPS.
However, eligibility criteria may have changed due to priorities identified by the Greater London
Authority and the Homes and Communities Agency. This means that key workers will no longer be
considered a national priority for affordable housing with priority now being decided at local level.
Public sector tenants and serving armed forces personnel will remain a priority for low cost home
ownership, with local authorities setting additional priorities based on local needs for key workers
and other first time buyers.

How does this affect you?

The changes outlined above mean that we will no longer be organising drop in sessions at key
worker workplaces on a monthly or quarterly basis. We will continue to provide you with product
updates and will still consider supporting large recruitment events on request, based on FIRST
STEPS Shared Ownership and FIRST STEPS Shared Equity stock in the local area. I will be
sending you all the relevant information, links to the new website and logos for you to update your
websites and intranets in the next few days. In the mean time, however if you have any questions
about the new service please feel free to contact me at any time.

Kind regards

Chris Hogan | Senior Marketing Officer for HousingOptions|
tel: 020 8920 7747 | mobile: 07939161397| fax: 020 8920 7776 |
e-mail: chris.hogan@mht.co.uk |


    Renting within Havering
We currently hold a database of various properties available for rent with either an estate agent or
private landlord.
Properties range from flats to houses across many different locations throughout the borough.
Should you wish to find out current properties that are available to rent please contact the Schools
HR Team on: 01708 434255 or e-mail louise.clarke@havering.gov.uk
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