Thomas Wharton Academy is an exciting school. Our vision of delivering
exceptional learning experiences that enable young people to thrive in a
competitive world and lead successful and fulfilling lives permeates everything
we do. Alongside the highest standards, a golden thread of care, encouragement
and enrichment opportunity runs through the school. Our young people are
invested, they are unique, resilient and they take responsibility for their own
actions. These simple values enable them to fulfil every aspect of their
potential. We invite you to visit the school so that you can see for yourself
how amazing our school community is and gain a clear picture of our journey and
the bright future of Sir Thomas Wharton Academy.
We are seeking to appoint an
ambitious and talented teacher with a proven track record of improving
standards and an unwavering commitment to promoting the
highest standards of SEND teaching and learning across the Academy. The
successful candidate, teaching a reduced timetable, along side the Assistant
SENDCo (non-teaching), will lead and
manage SEND provision under the direction of the SENDCo and be relentless in
the pursuit of excellence.
Wharton Academy already has a strong team of professionals delivering high
quality learning in and out of the classroom who work together to achieve our
Academy vision ‘to deliver exceptional learning experiences that enable all
young people to thrive in a competitive world and lead successful and
fulfilling lives’. If you feel you would like to be a part of that team and
could make a valuable contribution to driving standards and performance to the
next level, we would like to hear from you.
A visit to the Academy – either during or out of
school hours – is highly recommended and warmly welcomed so you can meet the
Principal and key Middle and Senior Leaders to discuss the post in more detail.
The ideal candidate will:
- be a driven, proactive, and positive individual
with an unwavering commitment to continuously improving their own standards of
teaching and learning.
- fully 'buy in' to using IRIS and regular drop-in
feedback as a mechanism to improving their day-to-day performance as a teacher.
- have the ability and desire to deliver exceptional
teaching and learning.
committed to raising standards for vulnerable young people across the Academy
enabling them to secure positive progression routes.
- work proactively with other leaders and
multi-agencies to develop and implement highly effective SEND provision.
- have a track record of delivering clear impact with
their own classes.
an aspiring, ambitious leader with excellent communication and interpersonal
a proven track record of raising and maintaining standards and securing high
- be an advocate of
partnership working and community engagement.
- be a team player and work closely with other
leaders and professionals to develop and implement effective strategies and
processes of departmental improvement.
- have a true growth mindset and an exceptional work
ethic and a sense of humour.
- be committed to the Sir Thomas Wharton Academy
- have the knowledge and experience of the context in
which Sir Thomas Wharton Academy operates
For further information please contact: Mrs Nichola
Winder, PA to the Principal at email@example.com.
'Application Form', 'Role Description' and 'Person Specification' can be
accessed from this link: Maltby Learning Trust - careers.
return we offer:
- modern, purpose-built learning spaces, which
inspire exceptional teaching and learning.
- excellent career development opportunities and
access to a comprehensive and continuous programme of personalised
‘Professional Learning and Development’ (PLD).
- an excellent induction programme with dynamic,
driven, and supportive staff.
- an opportunity to shape strategy within an already
opportunity to contribute to developing teaching and learning across the
and support from an experienced leadership team.
This post involves working with children and
therefore, if successful, you will be required to apply for a disclosure of
criminal records check at an enhanced level. Further information about the
Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check.
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