START DATE : January 2021
This is an incredibly exciting time for Brakenhale School as we moved into our new building in January2020. We have worked hard to create a dynamic learning environment under the direction of the Headteacher, Jane Coley. Brakenhale School is a rapidly growing, high performing 11-19 secondary school with a strong commitment to high standards for students and staff. We are a friendly school, with a firm commitment to providing professional development opportunities for our staff and a passionate belief that every student in our school matters.
Brakenhale School is an Academy which is part of the successful Greenshaw Learning Trust, and this move has only continued to support the rapid progression of the school.
We have an exciting opportunity for a committed and enthusiastic Deputy SENCo to join our team. This role has become available due to the increase in the number of students that have selected the school as their first choice and the resulting increase in supporting some of our SEN students. The successful candidate will join a team who are passionate about engaging and inspiring young people in their learning. We are looking to recruit a colleague with both the commitment and relevant skills to support our team in driving our raising standards agenda across the whole ability range. There are a range of additional teaching and learning awards on offer for the right candidate.
Why work at Brakenhale?
We believe staff welfare is a key part of our ethos and have a wide range of incentives to support staff and ensure they are valued. These incentives include:
Extensive CPD programmes
Employee Assistance Programme
Reduced Gym Membership and other bonuses
Excellent maternity package
Wednesday warrior awards
Staff social club
Excellent pension and life insurance package
Other additional awards
About The Brakenhale School
The Brakenhale School is an 11–19 mixed comprehensive school situated on the southern side of Bracknell. The majority of our students are local, coming from a number of different housing estates and we enjoy positive links with our main feeder primary schools.
Brakenhale is a friendly school, average class sizes are smaller than normal and support for each student is personalised. We are committed to achieving high standards for all of our students and believe that every child in our school matters. We also have a strong commitment to providing professional development opportunities for our staff who we consider to be our most valuable asset. Our whole school ethos is summed up in our mission statement ‘Improving the life chances of all our students’ to which all of our staff and students are totally committed.
The Brakenhale School opened in 1958, and was known at that time as Borough Green City Secondary School. The school records show that the initial school roll, on 7th January 1958, was 266. The oldest of these students was born in September 1942, and the youngest in July 1946.