Archbishop Sentamu Academy is at an exciting time in its development.  An 11-18 academy sponsored by the Diocese of York, we achieved “Good with Outstanding Features” in our OfSTED inspection in 2014, “Outstanding” in our section 48 SIAMS inspection, and have enjoyed four successive years of strongly rising exam results.  In 2013 63% of students gained 5+ A* to C including English and Maths, and 100% achieved 5+ A* to C (up from 29% in 2009). This had led to the academy being in the top 50 most improved schools nationally for two consecutive periods: 2009-2012, and also 2010-2013.  This year, we were also 108th nationally for achievement of students in receipt of the pupil premium.  Equally importantly, we enjoy success in sports and the Performing Arts; our students have won the National Rock Challenge competition twice, and students have taken part in sporting tours in both Spain and Australia.



We currently have no teaching vacancies at Archbishop Sentamu Academy.



ASPIRE is a new Alternative Provision Academy born out of ‘outstanding inclusion provisions’ (OFSTED 2014) at Archbishop Sentamu Academy. We opened our doors to students in September 2014 and will be moving to new, purpose built premises in East Hull in January 2015 with the aim of becoming the largest AP Academy in the UK.

Students who struggle academically, with attendance, with behavioural or emotional issues do so for any number of reasons and contributing factors. However, we believe that they still have much to offer their local, national and global communities and that they have the right to a high quality education, irrespective of their individual needs, vulnerabilities or barriers to learning.

With greater flexibility with the curriculum and opportunities for engagement ASPIRE can take large numbers of vulnerable and challenging students, whilst providing high quality education, life skills, opportunities to develop resilience in preparation for positive post-16 outcomes.

We offer a broad and balanced curriculum where students study National Curriculum subjects at Key Stage 3 and a range of GCSEs and Vocational qualifications at Key Stage 4. Through modified learning approaches, intense learning packages and with excellent facilities, we aim to bring students’ learning back on track and accelerate progress.

We currently have the following vacancies to start in January 2015:

Teacher of English

Teacher of Maths

Teacher of Science

Teacher of Construction

Teacher of Motor Vehicle Engineering.


If you have experience of planning and delivering engaging lesson plans, strong behaviour management skills and have a desire to make a difference we would like to hear from you.

For an informal chat please contact Mr Chris Mulqueen, Associate Principal on 01482 318789. Closing Date for applications: 12.00 noon on 3rd  October 2014. Interviews will be held week commencing 6th October 2014

If we are not currently advertising vacancies within your subject area you are welcome to register your interest in working with us.  Please complete an application form (below) stating what type of vacancy you would be interested in and email it to

2 ASA Application Form Teaching staff 0914






Salary : £8.50  per hour

We are currently looking to increase our pool of Exam Invigilators.

The Role of an Exam Invigilator is to supervise all aspects of the exam and remain vigilant throughout to ensure that exams are carried out according to the rules set out by the exam board.

Previous experience is not required however excellent English communication skills are essential. Invigilators need to be reliable with excellent time-keeping skills and possess a confident, professional and co-operative manner.

Hours are casual and will be variable throughout the exam season.  Invigilators will not necessarily be required for all the exams; we will work out a timetable for each invigilator based on their availability and our needs.

Candidates must be willing to undertake some training to ensure that we comply with the latest rules and regulations.


Salary: £6.54 per hour (pay award pending)

Hours: 6.25 hours per week, term time only

We currently have a vacancy for a lunch-time supervisor to supervise and secure the safety and welfare of pupils in and around the Academy during the lunch break, Monday to Friday, term time only.

Closing date: 3rd October 2014


The ideal candidate will be a confident and sensible individual, with excellent verbal communication skills,

Your duties will include:

Ensuring good order and discipline in line with the policies of the Academy – reinforcing acceptable behaviours in non-structured situations, e.g. how to move around and exit the Academy, socialising with others.

  1. Encouraging the development of social skills and self-discipline amongst the pupils.
  2. Monitoring behaviour in the assigned areas.
  3. Reporting to the nearest member of the teaching staff, incidents that are seen or reported regarding pupils’ welfare.
  4. Assisting to clear and clean dining areas after lunch period



How to apply for non-teaching vacancies:

Applications can only be accepted via a completed application form which can be obtained from the Academy Reception Tel: 01482 781912, email:  or download from the link below:

APPLICATION FORM (click on link to the right): 1 ASA Application Form Admin & Support sept14


The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure.

If we are not advertising a suitable vacancy and you would like to register your interest in working with us please send a CV or completed application form to Jess Russell, details below.  We are happy to retain your details on file for 6 months and will contact you if a suitable opportunity arises.



Archbishop Sentamu Academy is proud to be part of the local community in East Hull and the wider city, not just as an education provider but also as an employer. We endeavor to invest what time and resources we have in developing and training not only our current staff but also those seeking to enter a career in education.

We are currently actively seeking individuals to join us as volunteer teaching assistants.  The support of volunteers is an important element in helping our students get the maximum benefit from their life at school and is also a great opportunity to:

  • Gain classroom experience and confidence
  • Support future job applications (either at the Academy or elsewhere)
  • Support teacher training applications
  • Support further education courses e.g. teaching assistant qualifications
  • Explore if the education sector is the right career choice for you


To be a Teaching Assistant you should:

  • Enjoy working with children and be interested in education
  • Treat children and parents from all social and cultural backgrounds with respect
  • Be able to build good relationships with children and with teachers
  • Be able to work well under the supervision of a teacher and enjoy working as part of a team
  • Be willing to be flexible and creative
  • Have good literacy and numeracy skills
  • Have a responsible attitude
  • Be patient but firm when necessary
  • Have lots of energy

Although we appreciate that these positions are unpaid and entirely voluntary, we are nonetheless ideally looking for people who can regularly commit to a minimum of two days per week for at least 6 weeks to gain the most from the opportunity.

You must be at least 18 and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required.  The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

For more information please contact Mandy Watson, Human Resources Manager on 01482 781912 or email: .  To apply please complete the application form below and return it to Mandy Watson, details as shown.  Paper copies of our application forms are available for collection from reception.

ASA Volunteer application form



The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to Enhanced CRB Disclosure the cost of which will be met by the Academy. Archbishop Sentamu Academy is an equal opportunities employer.