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PE/Forest School Teacher - Alfriston School

  • Location: Chiltern & South Bucks
  • Ref: FS10289
  • Closing date: 3rd July 2019
  • Contract type: Fixed Term / Secondment
  • Working hours: Full time/Part time
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Overview

£24,859 - £39,113 Main pay scale/upper pay scale (depending on experience) plus SEN 1 Allowance of £2,149 per annum (pro rata)

Full time or a Part time job share – Maternity cover

0.6 PE and/or 0.4 Forest School

Required to start: 4th November 2019

We are looking for an enthusiastic, versatile and motivated teacher of PE/Forest School to able to deliver high quality teaching and learning across key stages 3, 4 and Post 16 to small groups of secondary aged girls with moderate learning difficulties and to take a shared pastoral responsibility for a group of 12 girls.

We currently anticipate that the timetable would cover PE three days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and Forest School Monday and Friday

Our school is an outstanding Special School Academy, and we are committed to ensure that all our pupils become the best that they can be, and they can enjoy and achieve in all that they do. Our teachers have a strong sense of commitment and use their excellent subject knowledge to provide interesting and creative lessons in which all pupils learn well. They have high expectations of their pupils and develop good supportive relationships within a positive learning atmosphere where the girls can thrive. We cater for a wide range of abilities up to and including GCSE standard.

We are looking for either an experienced or newly qualified PE and/or Forest School teacher who would like to join an established and successful department in our very special school.

We need a talented teacher who is also a good team player and who can inspire and motivate girls with learning difficulties.

You must have excellent subject knowledge and the passion to pass this on to the pupils you teach.

We will support you in understanding and managing the special needs of our pupils and give you an invaluable insight and appreciation of the rewards to be gained from working in a school such as ours.

 

About Us

Our school is an outstanding Special School Academy, and we are committed to ensure that all our pupils become the best that they can be and they can enjoy and achieve in all that they do. Our teachers have a strong sense of commitment and use their excellent subject knowledge to provide interesting and creative lessons in which all pupils learn well. They have high expectations of their pupils and develop good supportive relationships and a positive learning atmosphere where the girls can thrive. We cater for a wide range of abilities up to and including GCSE standard.

Our website is www.alfristonschool.com

 

About the role

JOB PURPOSE:

To teach pupils within the school with particular responsibility for the general education, pastoral care and welfare of the pupils in their class. This includes maintaining pupil records, assessment and liaison with parents and other professionals, and to carry out such duties as are reasonably assigned by the Head teacher.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

This job description is to be performed in accordance with the provisions of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document and within the range of teachers’ duties as set out in that document..

Responsibilities

To teach, according to their educational needs, pupils assigned to the class

To monitor, assess and maintain records on pupils’ progress, academic and behavioural, and use these to inform planning and teaching

To supervise the work of the SSA, delegate duties and to maintain an ordered classroom

To maintain discipline in accordance with the school’s policy on behaviour

To contribute to meetings, discussions and consultations necessary to co-ordinate the work within music and the school as a whole

To promote equal opportunities within the school and to represent the school positively

To demonstrate good practice and to be able to support and encourage teacher colleagues

About you

We are looking for an enthusiastic, versatile and motivated teacher of PE/Forest School to be able to deliver high quality teaching and learning across key stages 3, 4 and Post 16 to small groups of secondary aged girls with moderate learning difficulties and to take a shared pastoral responsibility for a group of 12 girls.

You will be either an experienced or newly qualified PE and/or Forest School teacher who would like to join an established and successful department in our very special school.

We need a talented teacher who is also a good team player and who can inspire and motivate girls with learning difficulties.

You must have excellent subject knowledge and the passion to pass this on to the pupils you teach. We will support you in understanding and managing the special needs of our pupils and give you an invaluable insight and appreciation of the rewards to be gained from working in a school such as ours

Other Information

Please visit our website to download and complete the application form, please send a supporting cover letter with your application.

All applications are to be sent via email to office@alfristonschool.com for the attention of The Office Manager.

Closing date: Wednesday 3rd July 2019

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. All post holders in regulated activity are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced check

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