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Information Pack: Teacher of Business Studies

Abbey College Cambridge www.abbeycambridge.co.uk

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To be a community energized by a love of learning and the pursuit of outstanding achievement for all Each individual student achieves excellence by achieving significant and rounded personal development

Each individual student achieves excellence by looking out from the college to broader horizons

Each individual student achieves excellence by gaining the best possible examination results

Each individual student achieves excellence by winning a place on a challenging university course

Each individual student achieves excellence by taking responsibility as an independent learner

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What staff say ‘The students are very friendly and cooperative; lessons are intimate and offer many opportunities which are not available in other schools such as the ability to work one-to-one with every student regularly; the staff are also very friendly and welcoming.’

‘The students are fantastic.’

‘The students’ conscientiousness, commitment and mature approach to studies are first rate. They are also appreciative of one’s assistance with their work and solving non- academic problems.’

‘Most students have a superb attitude toward learning which makes it so much easier to teach them; they want to learn.’

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Teacher of Business Studies Cambridge CB1 We are currently looking for an enthusiastic Teacher of Business Studies to join our team from 1st September 2014. Your duties and responsibilities will include the following:     

Delivering high quality lessons Facilitating the college’s goal of high student academic achievement Informing parents about student progress Engaging in the college’s pastoral care for all students in the college Engaging in appraisals and reviews, and taking part in training and development

Teaching, GCSE and A-level, should be a passion for you and to be considered for this position you must hold a degree-level qualification and have enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service clearance. Knowledge of the appropriate curricula would also be beneficial.

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A salary of £22,839- £37,352 per annum (based on 2013-14 salary - the uplift for 2014-15 has not been confirmed at present) is offered to the successful candidate depending on qualifications and experience. The position is full time and permanent and you would be working between 9 am and 5.30 pm Monday to Friday. Please apply in confidence by application form together with a supporting letter stating why you think you have the necessary skills to be successful in this position. Closing date for applications is 26th February 2014. Business Studies Department Business Studies is taught within the Commerce Faculty which includes teaching of Economics and Accounting. It is staffed by a friendly and supportive group of ten teaching staff, who are all subject specialists. The faculty is well stocked with a wide choice of reference books and electronic resources for all of the courses taught. The faculty is accommodated in classrooms with projectors and a team work room. Many classrooms have interactive whiteboards. Sets of ipads and laptops can also be booked for classroom use. KS4 students follow the Edexcel IGCSE Business Studies course. KS5 students either follow the AQA A-Level Business Studies course or the Abbey Cambridge International Foundation programme, which is a one year course designed to prepare students for university degree programmes. Business Studies is a popular subject which attracts a broad range of students of all abilities. Typical class sizes range between eight and ten students, student behaviour is good and levels of attainment are high with a significant number of students going on to study business-related courses at university. This post would suit a teacher who is keen to develop a career in the academic aspects of business within a thriving, innovative and successful faculty. You will be well supported by an enthusiastic team leader and a committed team as you work to deliver imaginative lessons, engaging students and producing strong results. The role provides an excellent opportunity for career development through examination course development and CPD opportunities will be available to the successful candidate.

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About the Alpha Plus Group The Alpha Plus Group - formerly Davies, Laing and Dick Education Group was founded in 1931 and currently comprises twenty independent schools and colleges. The schools and colleges within the group have developed a longstanding reputation for delivering premium quality education. In all its educational establishments, the Alpha Plus Group aims to provide a supportive and controlled environment in which children and young people are encouraged to pursue high academic and personal goals as happy and secure individuals. The Group expects that all its staff will be alert to the needs of its pupils and students - including their need for safety and protection - and will put the interests of children and young people first at all times. The Centres of Excellence Each centre retains is own identity, with the Heads and Principals afforded significant management authority, but with the benefits of financial security, camaraderie and opportunities for sharing best practice by belonging to one of the country's leading educational groups.

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Abbey College Cambridge Abbey College Cambridge was established in 1994 as a premier sixth form college specialising in providing high quality teaching to classes of around ten students. Our student body is made up of students from many countries who study A-levels, International Foundation, GCSE and pre-sessional English Language. Such students are often able and ambitious and usually aspire to gain entry to top UK universities after completing their studies with us. The college has a track record of helping such students to do just that. As an illustration, 29 Abbey College Cambridge alumni are currently studying undergraduate courses at Oxford and Cambridge universities, with a further nine now studying at post graduate level. Our students have travelled from all over the world to study with us and are keen and able. Teaching at Abbey College Cambridge is an exciting and fulfilling experience with our small class sizes helping to engage students effectively. As a member of the team at Abbey College Cambridge you will:     

value every student and member of staff work constantly to raise expectations develop learning and teaching strategies suited to each student work in close partnership with students, parents and carers nurture, share and celebrate the successes of every member of the community

The Abbey College Cambridge Safeguarding Statement: “Abbey College Cambridge is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.”

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Person Specification A-level teacher 1. Qualifications and Personal Development Essential A good honours degree in an appropriate subject Desirable Teaching qualification Other post graduate qualification 2. Knowledge Essential Subject knowledge suitable to the post applied for Desirable Knowledge of alternative examination boards for this subject Knowledge of other associated curricula, e.g., GCSE for A-level teachers

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3. Experience Essential A minimum of two year’s teaching experience for those without a teaching qualification. We accept applications from NQTs and provide a programme to support their QTS year at the college. Desirable Experience of teaching international students 4. Skills Essential Good communication, presentation, planning and organisational skills Desirable A proficiency in ICT and its application to learning and teaching 5. Personal Qualities Essential Commitment to on-going professional development and training to develop outstanding classroom practice A high degree of personal accountability and the capacity to use judgement and initiative. Desirable An ability to relate to students from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. 6. Other This post is subject to an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau disclosure

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SALARIED STAFF JOB DESCRIPTION It is the collective responsibility of all members of staff to provide a friendly, stimulating, and secure environment in which every student in the college has the opportunity to develop personally, socially, and academically. Members of staff work to the policies of Abbey Cambridge’s parent company, Alpha Plus Group Ltd. These documents will be issued to staff on appointment. Every member of staff will undertake the following duties in a responsible and professional manner. All tutors are responsible, with the guidance of their Head of Department and Faculty Leader (where applicable), for the complete, sufficiently detailed and timely delivery of the subject syllabus. A course time-plan is essential for this activity, and should be presented to the Head of Department or Faculty Leader or to the Vice Principal (Academic) for teachers of subjects without a Faculty Leader or Head. All tutors are responsible, with the guidance of their Head of Department and Faculty Leader (or to the Vice Principal (Academic) for teachers of subjects without a Faculty Leader or Head), for the complete and timely delivery of all subject coursework. The Tutor and Head of Department (where applicable) should liaise closely with the Examinations Officer with regard to deadlines and any other necessary administration. A coursework time-plan is essential for this activity, and should be presented to the Head of Department or Faculty Leader or to the Vice Principal (Academic) for teachers of subjects without a Faculty Leader or Head. Through close liaison with their Head of Department and Faculty Leader (or to the Vice Principal (Academic) for teachers of subjects without a Faculty Leader or Head), all tutors should ensure that their course is adequately resourced. In particular, the necessity for course textbooks should be made known to Heads of Department well in advance of the commencement of the course. All tutors will set homework regularly. Homework should be assessed and returned promptly to the student. If a problem arises with regard to any aspect of a tutor's working day, then the tutor should seek advice, in the first instance, from their Head of Department or Faculty Leader (where applicable) or then from a senior member of staff.

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The regular testing programme at the college has a high priority in the organisation of a sound, comprehensive work programme for the students. Tutors should assist students as much as possible, both in making special preparations for the test and in analysing the results, providing constructive feedback and, where necessary, preparing appropriate follow-up work. All tutors will record the attendance of each student at the beginning of each class in the attendance register. Absent students should be reported immediately to the College Administrator. If a Tutor wishes to cancel a lesson in advance then he/she MUST only do so after discussion with a member of the Senior Management Team. If a Tutor cannot attend a lesson because of sickness or exceptional circumstances, then the Tutor should contact the college before the beginning of normal lessons (preferably before 8.45am) on each day of the lessons affected. When a lesson is cancelled, the Tutor should, where possible, leave ready a suitable work programme for the students affected and make suitable arrangements for the programme to be communicated to the students affected. Each tutor should always: ● set excellent standards of punctuality, speech, and manner. ● dress in a professional manner. ● seek to make the classroom and college environment friendly and stimulating. ● issue instructions clearly and without ambiguity. ● listen to students and stimulate dialogue. Always seek to encourage students and never humiliate them. ● deal promptly with any aspect of student behaviour that is to the detriment of the development of other students in the group or the college as a whole. ● ensure that the classroom is always neat, tidy, safe and a pleasant place to work in are attentive to the overall security of the college premises. Always ensure that at the end of the day windows are securely shut and that all electrical equipment is switched off and plugs removed from the socket.

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● immediately report to a senior member of staff any sighting of unauthorised persons in the building Hours of Work The hours of work are 9-5.30 pm, Monday to Friday. Teaching finishes at 4.15 pm and teachers are permitted to leave the college at that time if they have no other commitments. Teaching time A full time salaried member will have an annual commitment of 850 timetabled hours and should expect a normal teaching week of around 24-26 timetabled class hours for the duration of the academic year. A Head of Department or Head of Year will have a reduced teaching commitment. Abbey salaried teachers are also expected to help in providing additional assistance to individual students outside of lesson time on an ad hoc basis. Personal tutoring Abbey salaried teachers take the role of a Personal Tutor for a group of Abbey students, with whom they meet on a regular basis to review progress and to assist with the delivery of PSHE and citizenship programmes. Easter Revision As part of the annual teaching commitment a salaried teacher will also be required to teach for one week of Easter Revision (up to 30 hours over the week). A teacher of EFL will not be required to teach a week of Easter Revision but instead will be expected to teach for two weeks of the summer school (in July and August). Holidays A salaried teacher is entitled to 51 days of holidays, to include public holidays. These must be taken outside of the college term time. Heads of Department have the same number of holidays but must also take holiday outside of the period of time from the August A-level results day to the start of term. Remuneration Remuneration details are found in this job pack.

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Pension Abbey College Cambridge is part of the Alpha Plus Group and auto enrol all staff onto a company pension scheme which currently offers a 1% employer and 1% employee contribution rising to 2% employer, 3% employee in October 2017 and 3% employer, 5% employee in October 2018. Other duties within the college may of course arise

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Outline of Selection Process Job title Application Deadline Shortlisting Interview dates Start date

Teacher of Business Studies 26th February 2014 27th February 2014 4th – 6th March 2014 1st September 2014

Application Applications will only be accepted from candidates completing the Abbey College Cambridge Application Form in full. Candidates should be aware that all posts in the school involve responsibility for safeguarding children. The Abbey College Cambridge Safeguarding Statement: “Abbey College Cambridge is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.” Our Child Protection Policy is included in this Application Pack. Abbey College Cambridge www.abbeycambridge.co.uk

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This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions and bind-overs, including those regarded as ‘spent’ must be declared. Please provide full details in a sealed envelope marked ‘Confidential’. The letter will be opened after shortlisting, prior to interview. References We will approach one referee for each shortlisted candidate for information to verify particular experience or qualifications, before interview. Further references will be taken up after the interview. Your referees will be asked about your suitability to work with children and whether they know of any disciplinary offences relating to children or young persons (whether the disciplinary sanction is current or time expired) and whether you have been the subject of any child protection allegations or concerns and if so the outcome of any enquiry or disciplinary procedure.

Interview If you are invited to interview this will be conducted in person and will include questioning on your suitability to work with children. Candidates for any teaching post will be required to conduct a lesson as part of the selection process. Details of the lesson will be provided to shortlisted candidates prior to the interview date. All candidates must bring original documents confirming any educational and professional qualifications that are necessary or relevant for the post (eg the original or certified copy of certificates, diplomas etc). Where originals or certified copies are not available for the successful candidate, written confirmation of the relevant qualifications must be obtained from the awarding body. All candidates invited to interview must also bring with them: passport or photo ID and proof of the right to work in the UK.

Offer of Appointment Any offer is conditional on receipt of satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS clearance, the interrogation of qualifications and proof of the right to work in the UK. The candidate will also be asked to complete a medical questionnaire.

Abbey College Cambridge www.abbeycambridge.co.uk

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Passing on concerns There may be times when it is necessary to pass on details of concerns about an applicant to the police and/or DfE Children’s Safeguarding Operation Unit. This might be because: the candidate is barred or disqualified from working with children; has provided false information in or in support of his/her application; there are serious concerns about the candidate's suitability to work with children.

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Teachers’ Pay Spine (Full-time contract) Spine Point

Pay from 1 September 2013

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

£22,839 £24,656 £26,627 £28,675 £30,934 £33,380 £34,716 £37,352

Management Allowances (Full-time contract)

A

£1,200

Full responsibility for discrete management task(s) within a department Full responsibility for a medium sized department (c 3 x FTE staff) or for several management tasks within a department Full responsibility for large department (c 6 x FTE staff) , or considerable management responsibility with a department or across the college

B

£1,865

C

£2,625

D

£3,643

Full responsibility for very large department

E

£5,572

Cross departmental responsibility including strategic contribution to the development of the college

The position of a teacher on the pay spine relevant to their contractual position is at the discretion of the Principal, and is determined upon appointment. In broad terms, a teacher’s position upon the pay spine is determined by length of relevant teaching experience. However, other factors such as qualifications and relevant non-teaching experience may be taken into account. Progression up the pay spine is at the discretion of the Principal. Management allowances are payable in addition to a teacher’s remuneration as determined by the pay spine above. Management allowances are paid at the discretion of the Principal and are determined upon appointment. Full-time contract teachers who provide tuition to fee paying external ‘Private Tuition Students’, over and above their contracted hours, will be paid an hourly overtime rate of £27.80 per hour. The Teachers’ Pay Spines and Management Allowances detailed above will be reviewed annually. Each member of staff will receive a written notification of his or her position on the pay spine and, where applicable, the management allowance to be paid for the following academic year.

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Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy GROUP AIMS In all its educational establishments, the Alpha Plus Group aims to provide a supportive and controlled environment in which children and young people are encouraged to pursue high academic and personal goals as happy and secure individuals. The Group expects that all its staff will be alert to the needs of its pupils and students - including their need for protection and will put the interests of children and young people first at all times. Further information can be obtained by contacting the college or from the college’s website. Recruitment Of Ex-Offenders Policy As an organization using the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to assess applicants’ suitability for positions of trust, Alpha Plus Group Ltd complies fully with the DBS Code of Practice and undertakes to treat all applicants for positions fairly. It undertakes not to discriminate unfairly against any subject of an Enhanced Disclosure on the basis of a conviction or other information revealed. Alpha Plus Group Ltd is committed to the fair treatment of its staff, potential staff or users of its services, regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, age, physical/mental disability or offending background. We actively promote equality of opportunity for all with the right mix of talent, skills and potential and welcome applications from a wide range of candidates, including those with criminal records. We select all candidates for interview based on their skills, qualifications and experience. An Enhanced Disclosure is only requested after a thorough risk assessment has indicated that one is both proportionate and relevant to the position concerned. For those positions where an Enhanced Disclosure is required, (all posts which require direct access to children) all application forms, job adverts and recruitment briefs will contain a statement that a Disclosure will be requested in the event of the individual being offered the position. Where an Enhanced Disclosure is to form part of the recruitment process, we encourage all applicants called for interview to provide details of their criminal record at an early stage in the application process. We request that this information is sent under separate, confidential cover, to a designated person within Alpha Plus Group and we guarantee that this information will only be seen by those who need to see it as part of the recruitment process. Unless the nature of the position allows Alpha Plus Group Ltd to ask questions about your entire criminal record, we only ask about ‘unspent’ convictions as defined in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. We ensure that all those in Alpha Plus Group Ltd who are involved in the recruitment process have been suitably trained to identify and assess the relevance and circumstances of offences. We also ensure that they have received appropriate guidance and training in the relevant legislation relating to the employment of ex-offenders, e.g. the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. At interview, or in a separate discussion, we ensure that an open and measured discussion takes place on the subject of any offences or other matter that might be relevant to the Abbey College Cambridge www.abbeycambridge.co.uk

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position. Failure to reveal information that is directly relevant to the position sought could lead to withdrawal of an offer of employment. We make every subject of an Enhanced DBS Disclosure aware of the existence of the DBS Code of Practice and make a copy available on request. We undertake to discuss any matter revealed in an Enhanced Disclosure with the person seeking the position before withdrawing a conditional offer of employment. Conclusion This policy applies within the following companies, which are wholly owned subsidiaries of Alpha Plus Holdings Limited, a company registered in England, registered number 4418776, that is to say: Alpha Plus Group Limited, registered number 438111 Agnes Educational Enterprises Limited, registered number 2982847 A.W. & P. Patton Ltd, registered number 507496 Cliff School Limited, registered number 3867464, and the terms “Group” and “Company” should be interpreted accordingly, dependent on the employing company. The registered office of all companies is 50 Queen Anne Street, London W1G 8HJ. Any enquiries regarding the application of this policy should be addressed to the Head of H R at that address.

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Application for employment Abbey College Cambridge 17 Station Road, Cambridge CB1 2JB Instructions: Please complete all sections of this form in black ink and block capitals. Please add additional information on separate sheets, which should be labelled with your name and the post for which you are applying. Please return the complete form to the Principal.

Post Applied For:

1. Your Personal Details: Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Other:

Forenames:

Surname: Home Address:

Post Code: Home Phone Number:

Mobile Phone Number:

Home Email Address: DfES Teacher Number (If applicable):

N.I. Number:

If selected for appointment, you will be asked to produce evidence of your entitlement to work in the UK, in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996. Are you a UK or European Union citizen?

YES

NO

Do you need a work permit to take up employment in the UK?

YES

NO

If Yes, do you already have a work permit for your current employment?

YES

NO

Are you in the UK on a working holiday or other temporary visa?

YES

NO

This post is an exempted occupation under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975. Any offer of employment will be conditional on an enhanced disclosure application to the Criminal Records Bureau. Your signature on this form will be regarded as agreement to such an application. Having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you from being employed by the Group – please see separate CRB Disclosure Policy Statement Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence or are you currently subject to proceedings? If yes please provide full details in a sealed envelope marked “Confidential”.

YES

NO

Are you prevented from accepting regulated employment by virtue of to being listed in the Children’s barred List maintained by the Independent Safeguarding Authority?

YES

NO

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2. Qualifications and Training: Dates From

To

Please give details of your education and qualifications Most recent first – continue on a separate sheet if necessary

School, College, University etc.

Subjects Studied

Qualifications / Certificates / Grades

Membership of Professional Bodies

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3. Employment History: Present or Most Recent Employment Employer: Employer’s Address:

Post Code: Post Held: Date Commenced:

Notice Required or Leaving Date:

Reason for Leaving: Full / Part Time:

Grade:

Annual Salary:

Outline of Main Duties with any positions of responsibility (with dates): continue on a separate sheet if necessary

Previous Appointments (Most recent first – Please explain any gaps in employment - continue of separate sheet if necessary) From

To

Employer (including name and address)

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4. Referees:

Please provide details of three referees, of whom one must be your current/most recent employer – at least one reference will be taken prior to interview.

1. Present or Most Recent Employer:

May we approach prior to interview?

YES / NO

Organisation: Name:

Position:

Address:

Post Code: Phone Number:

Email Address:

2. Other Professional Referee:

May we approach prior to interview?

Name:

YES / NO

Position:

Address:

Post Code: Phone Number:

3. Personal Referee:

Email Address:

Referee must have known applicant for at least four years.

Name: Occupation: Address:

Post Code: Phone Number:

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Email Address:

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5. Supporting Statement: Please attach to your application a supporting statement (not exceeding two sides of A4 paper) indicating why you are suitable for this position, highlighting how your skills, abilities and previous experience are relevant, and why you are interested in this position.

6. Declaration: I hereby confirm: 

that all the information given in this application is correct,



that all the questions relating to me have been accurately and fully answered,



that I am in possession of the qualifications I claim to hold, and



that I am eligible to work in the UK.

I understand that any offer of employment is strictly subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and enhanced criminal records disclosure, and that any false statement may disqualify me from appointment or render me liable to summary dismissal. I understand that the information given in this application may be held on computer systems and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, and I hereby consent to the storage and use of that information for personnel administration purposes.

Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: _________________ N.B Applicants should also complete a separate Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Abbey College Cambridge is part of the Alpha Plus Group of schools and colleges, and all staff of the school are employees of the Group. The Alpha Plus Group Ltd is registered in England (Registered no: 438111) and its registered office is at 50 Queen Anne Street, London W1G 8HJ.

© Alpha Plus Group Ltd 2007. This application form complies with the requirements of Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment, guidance published by the Department for Education and Skills in December 2006.

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Application for employment Abbey College Cambridge 17 Station Road, Cambridge CB1 2JB The Alpha Plus Group of Schools & Colleges Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form The Group aims to be an equal opportunity employer. We select employees solely on merit irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age. The information given here is not used in our selection process. When we receive your application we will remove this sheet, using the information on it for monitoring purposes only.

School / College:

Title of Post:

Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Other:

Forenames:

Surname: Date of Birth:

Gender:

(please tick)

Male:

Female:

Ethnic Origin Ethnic origin is not about nationality, place of birth or citizenship; it is about race, colour and broad ethnic group. UK citizens can belong to any of the groups indicated. The categories used below are those recommended by the Commission for Racial Equality. Choose one section from A to E and tick the appropriate box to show your cultural background. A. White

B. Mixed

C. Asian or Asian British

British

White & Black Caribbean

Indian

Irish

White & Black African

Pakistani

Any other White background

White & Asian

Bangladeshi

Any other mixed background

Any other Asian background

D. Black or Black British

E. Chinese or other ethnic group

Caribbean

Chinese or other

African

Any other

Any other Black background

Religious Identity Christian

Jewish

Buddhist

Hindu

Sikh

No Religion

Muslim

Other (please write in):

Disability The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 defines a disabled person as someone with a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term effect on their ability to carry out normal day to day activities. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

Yes:

No:

If you have a disability that means you may need special help in order to attend any part of the selection process, please give details below.

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