Location: Hythe, Surrey
Salary: £32,407 MPS1 to £43,182 per year (actual salary) + SEN allowance £2384
Closing Date: “No Closing Date Stated”
Job Type: permanent
If you are interested in working part time, this will be considered.
Our goal is to have every service we provide recognised as being “outstanding” in everymanner.
We will never be the biggest, but we will lead, and others will follow.
About the role:
You will be an essential member of our team who puts the needs of kids and teenagers at the centre of all we do as a science teacher. Using tried-and-true techniques and strategies that help all young people learn, you will organise, evaluate, and deliver exceptional teaching and learning while seeing to it that pastoral needs are also fulfilled. You will build strong bonds with parents and carers, as well as gain the respect and confidence of students, colleagues, families, and other professionals.
We are searching for someone with QTS who has expertise working with children who have SEND and ASC for this position. You will be someone who has a passion for supporting their learning and development and who wants to make a difference in the lives and education of our children and young people if you have the demonstrated ability to deliver high quality, lively, and effective primary/secondary teaching that engages and motivates young people. If you share our enthusiasm and dedication to fostering young people’s self-assurance and competence by addressing their educational, health, and social care requirements in organised, supportive school and home environments, we would love to hear from you.
Why work for us?
Our school serves children and teenagers between the ages of 7 and 16 as an independent specialist day school in Hythe, Surrey. We provide help for kids and teenagers who have an autism spectrum disorder. Our goal is to help every kid reach their full potential as a capable, self-assured young adult who will contribute positively to society and have as autonomous a life as possible.
All staff members are expected to share the school’s commitment to promoting and protecting the welfare of its students. Everyone is liable for protecting. You will be required to participate in annual safeguarding training, be familiar with essential policies, and make sure you are aware of the appropriate actions to take in the event that a safeguarding or child protection problem is brought to your attention. You’ll always be an appropriate role model for kids and coworkers, watchful and quick to act if you have worries about a child.
The successful candidate is required to provide references and will be expected to undertake an enhanced DBS check. We will ask you to complete a criminal self-declaration form, and we will conduct online searches for information that is publicly available.