Apprentice Data Support Analyst AIM Academy North London
The Apprentice Data Support Analyst will have a range of duties in their own area, working with supervision they will be asked to source, format and analyse attendance data for both staff and pupils, and to communicate outcomes as directed. All data should be handled in accordance with policy and relevant legislations e.g. GDPR.
Closing date: 30 Nov 2021
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 36.00
Possible start date
01 Dec 2021
02 Aug 2021
Level 3 (A level)
Key Areas of responsibility Main duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Collection of attendance data for staff and students
- Managing and maintaining attendance trackers
- Analysing and providing attendance data to Principal and/or other members of staff as directed by the Principal
- Using the data to develop a methodology to forecast absence rates
- Analysing and providing exams and progress data for students
- Working with our Management Information System (MIS), Bromcom
Requirements and prospects
- Excellent attention to detail
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent organisation skills to prioritise workload and course work
- Good IT skills and some knowledge of Microsoft word and excel
- Some understanding of safeguarding and child protection, as well as data protection and confidentiality
- A commitment to continuous professional development
- Excellent attention to detail
- Positive attitude
- Flexible approach
- Works well within a team
- GCSE maths and English grades 9-4 / A*-C or equivalent (essential)
- Possibility of long term employment on completion of apprenticeship
Things to consider
Health and Safety:
It is the responsibility of individual employees at every level to take care of their own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by their acts at work. This includes co-operating with the Trust and colleagues in complying with health and safety obligations to maintain a safe environment and particularly by reporting promptly and defects, risks or potential hazards. Specifically:
- To report any incidents/accidents and near misses to your line manager
- To ensure own safety and safety of all others who may be affected by the Trust’s business
- The Trust has a Child Safeguarding policy and procedure in place and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its students, each student’s welfare is of paramount importance to us and you are expected to share this commitment. All staff will fully comply with the Trust’s policies and procedures, attend appropriate training, inform the Designated Person of any concerns, record any potential safeguarding incidents appropriately
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About the employer
AIM Academies Trust exists to transform all young people and adults' life chances, including those who have traditionally fallen short within the education system. AIM Academies Trust believes that demographics should not define destiny.
The Trust was formed as a partnership between Deansbrook Junior School and London Academy with a singular, shared vision- that with excellent teaching any child can achieve.
We are a small family of schools seeking to transform tradition by developing Leaders for Tomorrow. It is our belief that there should be no barriers to each child’s future and no limits to what they can achieve.
Students can join an AIM Trust School from age 4 in reception and continue with us to age 19 with the guarantee of an exceptional educational experience. Our work focusses upon sponsored academies serving areas of high deprivation that traditionally have not performed well for communities or new free schools to meet the growing demand for school places. The admission policies of our schools give priority to pupil premium students as standard.
Our vision translates into five key areas:
- Transforming Culture and Environment
All AIM Academies Trust schools will be a calm, focussed and happy environment for learning. With simple yet consistently implemented systems and structures. There will be the highest expectations for all students where we will 'sweat the small stuff' to ensure a culture of aspiration and drive . We also strive for the physical environment to be inspirational for students and families, supporting the ethos of developing Leaders for Tomorrow.
- Transforming Curriculum and Outcomes
All AIM Academies Trust Teachers will teach a high quality shared knowledge-rich curriculum with a common assessment framework in line with other AIM academies. The curriculum is developed collaboratively amongst schools and refined due to teacher input and the students' local needs.
- Transforming Teaching and Teacher Development
All AIM Academies Trust Teachers will all have access to the highest quality instructional coaching; to ensure all teachers are teaching consistently great lessons. We believe teacher development is a core aspect of our work and develops a culture committed to continuous improvement. This belief led to London Academy one of the founding schools behind the Institute for Teaching that delivers the first-ever Masters in Expert Teaching.
- Transforming Leaders and Leadership
All AIM Academies Trust schools will offer leaders at all levels the opportunity to develop, grow and flourish in this vocation. We have established the AIM Alliance Schools that currently has 21 partner schools in which we schools direct places alongside delivering the NPQML and NPQSL alongside wider qualifications such as a Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health delivered in partnership with the charity Place to Be.
- Transforming Lives
AIM Academies Trust is committed to ensuring everyone, adults and young people, flourish and thrive in their life. AIMAT is committed to achieving transformational outcomes in their broadest sense, not just the highest academic standards but equipping children to have a transformational impact on their community. We have an entitlement curriculum cultural capital.
At a school level this translates to:
All young people will become 'Leaders for Tomorrow'. Leaders who determine their own destiny, leaders of their communities and leaders of their chosen career.
- Determining their own destiny means our young people are in control of their futures. They have a strong moral compass and a clear direction in pursuing their life goals.
- Leading in their communities means our young people selflessly serve their families, their local, national and global communities.
- Leading in their chosen career means our young people are prepared to enter a profession with prospects and flourish and thrive.
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