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Catering Tutor- Severndale Specialist Academy

Learning Community Trust - Severndale Specialist School
Monkmoor Campus, Woodcote Way, Shrewsbury,
Scale 6, SCP 18-22
Closing date
21 Jun 2024

Job Details

Catering Tutor 

Full Time, permanent post starting as soon as possible.

 Who are we? 

Severndale Specialist Academy is a multi-site special school incorporating our Monkmoor campus, provision within a local mainstream secondary school and a purpose built 16-25 year old provision at our local college. We work with young people with special educational needs from within Shropshire and beyond. Our children and young people can access Severndale Specialist Academy from nursery age through to 25 and have a range of learning, physical and mobility difficulties and some students require personal care. Supporting communication and enabling independence is a key focus of our work . 

 Severndale is a truly unique special school and is one of the largest special schools in the country. We are proud to be able to meet the needs of over 430 young people across all abilities of the SEND spectrum and across three different sites. Severndale is also proud to be part of The Learning Community Trust, a truly inclusive multi academy trust based in Telford.

 What is the purpose of the role: 

Severndale Academy is looking to appoint an existing excellent practitioner to join our talented team as a Catering tutor working at our 16—25 department which is based at the Futures Campus on London Road.   

 The person appointed to the role will: 

have recognised skills and qualifications in catering

  • have a food hygiene certificate
  • have skills and knowledge to teach catering skills to an accredited level
  • have the ability to organise a catering kitchen to ensure an appropriate environment where students can learn to prepare food
  • have the ability to prepare and serve meals 
  • have the skills and be willing to work with students between the ages of 16- 25 years with SEND
  • be required to work with the students to prepare a daily lunchtime meal, planning a rotational weekly menu which   provides a range of options to accommodate all dietary requirements.
  • prepare the daily lunch time meal for the students with the involvement of a group of students

 The Learning Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children and young people. All post holders are subject to an enhanced DBS check (including a check on the children’s barred list) for the successful applicant. References will be checked following the Learning Community Trust recruitment and selection process. We are committed to equality and diversity and follow the Safer Recruitment practices as set out in the Statutory Guidance - Keeping Children Safe in Education. For more information regarding our schools commitment to safeguarding, please see our website for our school policies - 

 What is included:

  • Permanent contract
  • Salary range Grade 6 from £26,992 - £28.932 (hourly rate from £15.17 to £16.26 per hour).
  • 37 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year (Term Time plus 4 weeks). 
  • Mon, Wed, Thur: 8:00am – 4:00pm, Tue: 8.30am-4.30pm, Fri: 8:00am-3:30pm
  • Access to the School Advisory Service & Bike to work scheme
  • Continuing Professional Development & Local Authority Pension Scheme

 Closing Date: 12 noon Friday 21st June 2024.


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Job Description
Person Specification
Application Form


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