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Exams Officer

Exams Officer

Term time plus 15 additional days

Actual salary: £15,909

37 hours per week

Driffield School and Sixth Form, based in the East Riding of Yorkshire, is a large comprehensive school, committed to delivering high quality teaching and learning.  This is an exciting time as the school has recently joined The Education Alliance Multi-Academy Trust.

The Education Alliance comprises South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, Malet Lambert School, Driffield School and Sixth Form, and Hunsley Primary.  The Alliance has developed excellent relationships with a wide number of schools and academies through South Hunsley’s lead role in the Wolds Teaching School Alliance.   We invest heavily in professional development to enable our staff to flourish, continually learn and develop and access in-house career opportunities.  We have high aspirations for students and staff and we want everyone to be successful. 

Driffield School and Sixth Form is looking to appoint an Exams Officer. You will play a vital role in administrating internal and external examinations, manipulating data and producing reports to support staff at all levels.

If you are keen to work for an inspirational, ambitious and dynamic education provider that constantly seeks to improve and strives for distinction please click on the link https://www.networxrecruitment.com/Jobs/Advert/651422 to complete an on-line application form and view further information about the role.

Applications are to be received no later than 9.00am on 24 April 2017

Driffield School and Sixth Form is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.

Admissions

Admissions to Driffield School And Sixth Form

Each Year Driffield School has 336 places available to new Year 7 students these are allocated in line with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's co-ordinated admission scheme,

Applications for Year 7 entry in 2016 should be made through the local authority responsible for the area where you live, even if you want a place for your child at a school in another local authority's area.

Places are prioritised to,

  • Children who live in the school's designated catchment area.
  • Children who have a sibling attending the school in Years 7, 8 .9 or 10.
  • Children who attend the school's named feeder primary schools since the beginning of Year 3.
  • Children who live closest to the school.

 

To find out more about the East Riding Of Yorkshire Council`s co-ordinated admission Scheme please use the link below,

ERYC - Co-Ordinated Admissions Scheme Information

Admission Arrangements Driffield School Y7-11

Admission Arrangements Driffield School Sixth Form

In Year Admissions

Our in-year admission arrangements apply when a child is already attending another secondary school and parents want to move their child to Driffield School & Sixth Form.

Applications should be made to the Local Authority responsible for the area you live.  More information is available on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's website, for parents living within the East Riding, the council will ask you to complete and submit an In Year Application Form.

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