Fulham Cross Girls’ School
Fulham Cross Girls’ School is an outstanding school. However, if you ask any of our students about their school they will tell you that it is so much more than that. Situated in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, our school is a vibrant, inclusive environment in which girls of all abilities thrive within a culture of high expectations and aspiration. Our vision is to Empower Tomorrow’s Women and it is this that drives us to ensure that our students have every opportunity to achieve academic excellence.
Fulham Cross Girls’ School is a non-selective school, ranked in the top 2% of schools nationally for progress and shortlisted for the TES Secondary School of the Year in 2016 and 2017. We are a relatively small secondary school, educating 628 girls aged 11-16 in a warm and friendly environment, underpinned by the belief that all our girls can achieve anything they set their minds to. Our staff are fundamental in achieving this ethos and we value the unique set of skills that each person brings.
The school offers:
* National pay & conditions, plus a range of further employee benefits.
* The opportunity to share in our vision of Empowering Tomorrow’s Women.
* Comprehensive in-house training and external Professional Development package
* Supportive line management focused on Personal Development
* Excellent transport links.
Please see below for our current vacancies:
The school is looking for an Academic Mentor to work with students across year groups. The purpose of the role is to provide a comprehensive service to teachers and pastoral staff in the school, addressing the needs of identified under attaining/vulnerable students who require support to overcome barriers to learning, both inside and outside school, in order to achieve their full academic potential.
The successful candidate will work as part of a pastoral team to ensure progress and achievement for students and complete detailed reports termly.
Experience and an ability to be able to demonstrate previous contributions to raising student attainment through a pro-active and practical approach to student support are desirable. The ability to use student data, ICT and SIMS confidently will be an advantage.