Vacancies and Applications

We are proud to be registered with ‘Investors In People’ and continue to support the development of our teachers and support staff. We offer regular training programmes as well as staff well-being activities. Our school offers an exciting, rewarding and supportive environment for all our staff enabling them to grow and build on their skills.

We take pride in being a caring and well-ordered community where everyone is encouraged to develop self-awareness and personal responsibility and play a full part in the life of the school. Our Code of Conduct is based on respect, courtesy and consideration. We make sure that students who work hard, help others and show responsibility in their behaviour are properly recognised through our awards system. Commitment and success in sport or music are celebrated in the award of distinctive colours badges.

Our extensive curriculum is broad and balanced, giving all students the opportunity to develop their potential. A wide range of learning and teaching strategies is used to actively involve students in the learning process. Progress is carefully assessed and monitored.


Required for September 2019

Salary for 39 weeks per year/37 hours per week:

£14574 – £15882 Depending on experience

The successful candidate will liaise with teaching staff and support staff to enhance the learning environment and education for all students and ensure any additional needs are met.  They will work with external agencies to support students.  They will be leading interventions for numeracy and literacy, with opportunities to support the emotional and social development of students.  They will be working with a group of enthusiastic, conscientious and compassionate staff in the Learning Support Department.

Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College are committed to safeguarding so this post is subject to enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references.

Closing Date: Friday 10 May 2019

Completed applications to be sent to

Sandbach High School & Sixth Form College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check.