Into School Coordinator & Tutor (Maternity Cover)

At The Baytree Centre we look for staff who will be able to engage with our beneficiaries and inspire them to achieve goals they hadn’t dreamt of by raising their aspirations and motivation. Being inspirational not only with what we teach and how we teach it, but also what we do and how we behave are absolutely fundamental to ensuring that our students want to learn and learn well.

This role will be will be 4 days per week – 20 hours per week.

If this interests you please see details below on how to apply;

Please read Into School Tutor & Coordinator Maternity Cover Job Description and Baytree Ethos and send CV and cover letter to olive@baytreecentre.org.uk with subject line ‘Into School Tutor and Coordinator’ by 6pm, Thursday 30th January. Interviews will be on a rolling basis so please apply as soon as possible.

 

Sparklers Club

Sparklers takes place weekly for girls in their final term of Year 6 and starting Year 7, it runs on Tuesdays from 4.30-5.45pm. It supports the transition from primary to secondary school by making it a smooth and enjoyable process. 

Junior Spark Club

Junior Spark is a weekly group for girls in years 8-9 on Thursdays from 4.30-6pm. Each term, the girls decide what topics they would like to work on or discuss – for example friendships, finding motivation, or challenges at school. 

Spark Club

Spark Club is a weekly club for girls in year 10 and above and, much like Sparklers and Junior Spark, is a space for girls to develop life and leadership skills. Girls are empowered to understand and value their identity and potential. Spark currently runs on Wednesdays from 5-7pm.

Sparking Futures 

Sparking Futures supports girls and young women aged 14 and above, who are interested in taking the next step towards their future careers.  

The programme offers young women a range of employability opportunities including:  

  • Monthly skills workshops: These cover tangible skills such as applying for jobs, writing a CV, presenting yourself in an interview, routes into employment as well as rights and responsibilities in the workplace.  
  • Work experience and career insight days: These take place in the school holidays and provide an opportunity for young women to gain hands-on experience and insight into a particular career and workplace.  
  • Career champions programme: Young women are matched with a professional whose career is aligned with the young person’s career aspirations and is able to offer them one to one career guidance and practical support.  
  • Career Panels: We organise two annual career panels where we invite successful and inspirational women from a broad range of sectors to talk about their journeys.  
  • Young volunteering: We offer exciting and varying opportunities to support girls of primary school age, in afterschool clubs at Baytree (4:00 – 5:00 pm or 5:00 – 6:00 pm). Volunteers need to commit to one hour a week, for 6-10 weeks. Clubs include one-to-one reading, art, maths, literacy, science and coding. Girls and young women are prepared and trained for their volunteering role and supported throughout their journey.