Health & Social Care Teacher Vacancy

Health & Social Care Teacher Vacancy

Cadbury Sixth Form College wishes to appoint a part-time (0.8fte) Teacher of Health & Social Care, initially on a fixed term contract to August 2018. 

Health & Social Care is a popular subject within the College, and we currently offer a range of BTEC L3 and CTEC L2 qualifications.  

Please see the full job description, person specification and further information for more details of this post. 

Successful candidates will be placed on the appropriate point of the Sixth Form Colleges’ Pay Spine for teaching staff range from £22,937 to 38,364 pro rata to 0.8fte. 

Please note that applications must only be submitted using a Cadbury College Application Form.  We are unable to accept applications made by personal cv or generic application form, and any applications received in this manner will not be forwarded for shortlisting. 

Law Students at Cadbury College triumph in all three rounds- Bar Mock Trial Competition!

Law Students Win Mock Trial Competition

On Saturday 19th November 2017, Law students from Cadbury Sixth Form College visited Birmingham Crown Court and took part in the Bar Mock Trial Competition 2017. Law students triumphed in all 3 rounds, beating other sixth forms and colleges. Students, who received mentoring support from a Birmingham barrister, were given outstanding feedback from three judges who presided over the competition. Students took on roles of barristers and witnesses and presented their cases against other sixth forms and school.
 
Backed by charitable organisation the Citizenship Foundation, the annual advocacy competition saw the Kings Norton based sixth form beat other local sixth forms and colleges.
 

University of Worcester Students Perform Bad Connection

University of Worcester Students Perform Bad Connection

Devised by Drama and Performance students at The University of Worcester, Bad Connection seeks to reflect upon our fragmented modern landscape of digitalised social communication. Ensnaring our impatience with another addictive box set, condensing the power of public debate into a re-tweet and silencing "Hello" into a “swipe right”.

How much of your life do you entrust to your phone? There are calendar Apps to fill up your days, health Apps to fix up your body and endless entertainment Apps to burn out the wasted time between. Not to mention the black hole of social media.  

A Level Geography Residential Field Trip

Bournemouth Travel & Tourism Field Trip

This year students studying Travel and Tourism and Geography will be heading to Bournemouth for 4 days in March on one of our residential trips. We will be studying the impact of tourism along the south coast, looking at some spectacular coastlines, and maybe even have a swim in the sea.
 
We will explore the famous spit at Chesil Beach, examine coastal erosion at Lulworth Cove at head over to Durdle Door, one of Google’s World Wonders and examine places where people’s houses are collapsing into the Sea due to coastal erosion. We will also have a look around West Bay, made famous by ITV’s Broadchurch. Students will assess tourism in Bournemouth and learn about the growth, stagnation and regeneration of the town.

Cadbury College Certificate Collection Day

Certificate Collection Day

On Wednesday the 10th of January former students of Cadbury College were invited back to collect their certificates. After a couple of years of hard work, students finally achieved their goals of gaining employment or securing a place at the university they applied to. We are happy to report our students are enjoying the next steps they have taken to achieve their career goals. Students also had great things about their time at Cadbury College and how it helped them get to where they currently are.Cadbury College is proud to be a college that provide an atmosphere to inspire our students and help students achieve the grades and develop the skills they need to progress onto the next chapter in their lives.

Below are some of the comments students made when reflecting on their time at Cadbury:

Management Information Systems Officer (MIS) Vacancy

MIS Officer Vacancy

Do you like working with figures? Do you have close attention to details? Do you like analysing data? Are you a self-starter who can hit the ground running?

Then this role, could be the exciting opportunity that you are looking for!

Cadbury Sixth Form College is seeking an enthusiastic Management Information System (MIS) Officer to join our MIS team on a Temporary, Full Time basis. This is a temporary position until 31st July 2018.  

The post holder will work closely with the MIS Manager to ensure all core data is effectively maintained by providing crucial administrative and other support.

Please see the job description on http://www.cadcol.ac.uk/careers/mis-officer for full details of the role.

Travel & Tourism - Student Trip

Bay of Naples - Amalfi Coast

This year Cadbury College students will be flying off to The Bay of Naples on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. The trip is primarily aimed at students studying Geography and Travel & Tourism.
 
We will be leaving Cadbury at 2:00am (yes 2am!) before flying from London Luton airport and arriving in Naples. We are staying at The Blue Village Hotel, and are looking forward to seeing just how good their swimming pool is and how warm the Mediterranean Sea is!  http://www.bleuvillage.com/it/index.php
 

Full Time/Fixed Term Chef Vacancy

Fixed Term Chef Vacancy

Cadbury Sixth Form College wishes to appoint a term time only Chef to work on 36 hours per week, starting as soon as possible, on a fixed term contract until 31st July 2018.

The main duties of this role is to provide an excellent catering service for Cadbury College students and staff.

Please see the job description for full details of the role.

Successful candidate will be placed on the Sixth Form Colleges’ Pay Spine for Support Staff Grade 3 point 18 (£16,804) to point 21 (£17,946) depending on experience, pro rota.

Please note that applications must only be submitted using a Cadbury College Application Form. We are unable to accept applications made by personal cv or generic application form, and any applications received in this manner will not be forwarded for shortlisting.

Meet the new Interim Principal Andrew Cropley

Andrew Cropley - Interim Principal

Cadbury Sixth Form College is pleased to announce that Andrew Cropley will become the Interim Principal from 1st January 2018.  Andrew has recently led Stratford Upon Avon towards its imminent merger with Solihull College.

Andrew has held senior positions in other Colleges following a distinguished Royal Navy career.

Andrew and his team will work with the FE Commissioner’s Team and the Education & Skills Funding Agency to identify a partner for Cadbury Sixth Form College with which it can develop a prosperous and sustainable future, providing strength through size to increase its effectiveness.  As well as building a successful partnership, Andrew’s priorities will be to continue to improve the quality of teaching and learning, to maximise success for students and to ensure that courses meet the needs of the local community.