Lead Teacher Opportunity (Education, Teaching, QTS, EBD) BLUL9385 Herefordshire Salary £26,000 - £32,000 Depending Upon Experience
Our Client is not only the largest but the leading provider of residential childcare, education and fostering services for children and young people. They provide breakthrough care and education pathways for young people, enabling them to achieve a better future.
They are responsible for the education outcomes of over 400 children from the ages of 6 to 18 years and our schools provide an alternative to mainstream education offering learners the opportunity to work with specialist, trained staff in small group settings.
As a Lead Teacher, you will deliver teaching sessions to young people the majority of whom will have either learning or behavioural difficulties or both. Within the role you will plan and prepare schemes of work, planning and preparing individual lessons within the schemes of work and endeavouring to integrate sufficient differentiation within tasks and subject matter that all children will be engaged by the lesson.
You will guide and offer supports to other staff employed within the school and ensure that the school is meeting its aims and objectives by ensuring students are progressing at a satisfactory level. You will know and understand how to use assessment to form the learning plans for each student via APP or NC level descriptors. You will be computer literate, be able to prioritise key tasks and delegate to others. As the Lead Teacher you will have day to day responsibility for the day to day arrangements within the school under the direction of the Regional Headteacher.
Candidates for this role should hold QTS and have experience in teaching at Key Stage 3 and 4, working with young people with complex needs and EBD. With good teaching skills and the ability to match your approach to the needs of the pupils, you will have experience of planning schemes of work and lesson plans within the National Curriculum framework and the ability to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model. Experience of working with children or young adults with ASD would be desirable, however is not essential.
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Our client is a three form entry primary school based in St Johns area of Worcester. The school are looking for an inspirational Year 6 teacher to join the team from January 2014.
The successful applicant with hold QTS and have experience teaching Keystage 2 and working with SATs. Newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply.
Our clients governors are looking to appoint an excellent classroom practitioner who will successfully encourage children to: attain to the best of their ability; become rounded individuals who enjoy learning; have a strong desire to contribute to their school and wider community.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of the children and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subjected to PK educations safeguarding procedures including Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
If you would like to be considered for this role please email your CV.
An outstanding Independent Senior School in Gloucestershire are looking for an excellent Director of Music. This is a full time and permanent post from September 2014. The school is one of the leading public schools in the country with an enviable reputation for academic achievement and breadth of extracurricular activities. The school's aim is to provide a first class all-round education which is underpinned by a vibrant, inclusive community. Everything the school does is designed to encourage stimulate and inspire its pupils. The school fosters a love of learning and promotes genuine personal enquiry and intellectual appetite. The aim being for pupils to have opportunities for success and to ensure that they leave the school fully prepared for adult life. The school is looking for a musician of outstanding performance standards who is able to lead by example with a proven ability in both orchestral and choral conducting and directing. The successful candidate will be directly responsible for the quality of pupils' music making in the College. Equal attention should be give to the excellence of the most talented musicians as well as promoting participation. Choral singing is currently the strength of the College, with there be many Choirs, catering for all abilities. Many pupils are involved in orchestras and bands. The successful candidate will have a love and passion for Music and will be able to demonstrate their knowledge and have experience of teaching the subject up to A level. If you are excited in this unique opportunity, please send through your by clicking apply.