Staff Vacancies

If you would like to join Court Moor School, we would be delighted to hear from you. We are very proud of our school What Makes Court Moor Special

Please see our vacancy below

Learning Support Assistant

Applications are invited for the position of: Learning Support Assistant

Hours: Part time, term time only plus 1 week (28.33 hours per week, 40 weeks a year)

Salary: Scale C FTE £18,933 – £19,941 (Actual salary £12,717 - £13,395) (dependent on experience)

Required for: As soon as possible

We are offering the exciting opportunity to work with students with specific SEN needs as a Learning Support Assistant. At the heart of this role is knowing your students, developing in-depth understanding of their needs, so that through your work with them, they are equipped with effective approaches to learning. You will work with teachers to support the modification of their curriculum as required. It’s an opportunity to make a real impact on the progress of individuals with an absolute focus on developing their resilience and independence. The successful candidate will work alongside our warm and experienced Learning Hub team.

Court Moor School is a successful, mixed 11 – 16 years comprehensive school with a high achieving, caring ethos and supportive staff.

The role includes:

  • working alongside teachers in classrooms, with students across all age ranges and all ability levels, in groups or 1 to 1
  • working in or out of classrooms with students with physical impairments
  • working within The Learning Hub delivering small group sessions or mentoring students

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:

  • A friendly and supportive department, staff, SLT and governing body
  • Pro-active staff development to guide your career and manage your skills portfolio
  • A school where behaviour is rated as ‘outstanding’ [Ofsted 2013]
  • A stable and experienced department with a record of improvement and ambition

The successful candidate would ideally have some experience working in an educational environment, particularly with students with Speech & Language and Communication needs, however all applications will be carefully considered.

The post is part-time (term time only).

Welcome Letter

Role Profile 

Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form (PDF)

Application Form (Microsoft Word)

Equality Monitoring Form (PDF)

Equality Monitoring Form (Microsoft Word)

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; all staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including Disclosure and Baring Service. Please refer to the school website www.court-moor.hants.sch.uk for a support staff application form. Please send forms for the attention of the Headteacher, Mr P Jenkins, or via e-mail to adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Exam Invigilator

Applications are invited for the position of: Exam Invigilator

Hours: Casual contract (hours to be negotiated during exam and mock exam periods - November - December, April - June

Salary: £9.50 per hour

We are seeking to recruit part time invigilators to assist the examination team in delivering examinations at Court Moor School. Hours will be variable with a high demand over the summer period.

Duties will include quiet unobtrusive patrolling of examination room to ensure candidates are obeying examination board regulations; close visual and aural observation of students; recording student attendance; collection and return of examination paperwork plus any other duties an invigilator could be expected to undertake.  Full training will be given. 

Applicants should have good communication and organisation skills, and proven ability to be punctual and reliable.

Please contact Mrs Shaw in the Exams office if you are interested in applying or would like any more information or email: susan.shaw@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Role Profile 

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form (PDF)

Application Form (Microsoft Word)

Equality Monitoring Form (PDF)

Equality Monitoring Form (Microsoft Word)

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; all staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including Disclosure and Baring Service. Please refer to the school website www.court-moor.hants.sch.uk for a support staff application form. Please send forms for the attention of the Headteacher, Mr P Jenkins, or via e-mail to adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Senior Science Technician

Applications are invited for the position of: Senior Science Technician

Hours: Term time plus one week (37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year)

Salary: Grade D - Monday to Friday, exclusive of daily 20-minute unpaid break. Actual salary £19,106 to £21,473 dependent upon experience (FTE £21,778 to £24,476) 

Closing date: Noon on Monday 23 May 2022 ​. Only applications using Hampshire County Council application forms will be considered. 

Interviews will be held w/c 6 June 2022.

Start date: As soon as possible

Court Moor School is a successful, mixed 11 – 16 years comprehensive school with a high achieving, caring ethos and supportive staff.

Due to the upcoming retirement of the current post holder, we are seeking to appoint a Senior Science Technician within the Science Department. 

The purpose of the role is:

  • To lead and manage a team of technicians and provide a comprehensive technical support service to staff and students undertaking the science curriculum.

The successful candidate would ideally have some experience working in an educational environment and/or a scientific background, however all applications will be carefully considered.  The Science Department is always a busy place and candidates will need to be practical, well organised and be able to prioritise their workload.

All applications should be submitted by noon on Monday 23 May 2022 for the attention of the headteacher, Mr Paul Jenkins via email to adminoffice@court-moor.hants.sch.uk.

Welcome Letter

Role Profile and Person Specification

Working at Court Moor

Living in Hart

Application Form (PDF)

Application Form (Microsoft Word)

Equality Monitoring Form (PDF)

Equality Monitoring Form (Microsoft Word)

Court Moor School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; all staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment.  We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment.  All appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks, including Disclosure and Baring Service.