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Download: Investorsin People Gold report 2013
Download: Ofsted Inspection Report 2013

 


“BSix describes itself as a ‘university for teachers’. While this is clearly a rhetorical claim, it is substantially borne out by the evidence presented to this research!”
UCL Institute of Education, March 2016

BSix is a comprehensive sixth form college set up in 2002 to raise achievement and standards in the area.  We offer courses at all levels, from entry to advanced, and across a range of subject disciplines including Music Technology and Creative Media as well as more traditional subjects.

A recent Investors in People assessment reaffirmed the College’s Gold status and the report strongly emphasised how the College is driven by its values.  A recent Ofsted visit also acknowledged the progress that the College is making. “Overall achievement rates for all levels of learning have improved”.

The College is well-known in the education sector for its innovative approaches. There is much teacher-led discussion and sharing about teaching, learning and assessment.  Our teachers and students are strongly committed to our comprehensive ethos and our belief that all young people are educable.  BSix is therefore a rewarding, interesting and exciting place to work. 

 


Science Technician

You should have a science or technology background, be organised, have good communication skills and be prepared to work with others to deliver a high quality educational experience for students. You should have knowledge of Health & Safety legislation in relation to the safe handling and storage of chemicals. These - along with excellent IT, literacy, numeracy skills and the ability to work as part of a team - are essential qualities.

You will be responsible for working with other technical staff and teaching staff for the organisation and maintenance of safe working practices and the preparation of equipment and teaching materials to support learning and teaching.

Salary from £27,891 to £29,537 inclusive of London weighting

Closing Date: Wednesday 25th January 2017
Interview date: Monday 30th January 2017

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