Teacher, SEN specialist, Suitable for NQTs
Fixed term (12 Months)
Main Pay Range
New Heights School is looking for a dynamic, progressive and resilient individual to help lead the school and ensure high quality learning for a group of children who present very challenging circumstances. A maintained school within Liverpool City Council, the school is looking for someone with proven experience who is willing to help lead the school in its growth and development.
New Heights School is a short-stay school that provides educational opportunities for up to 66 students, who have been, or who are at risk of being permanently excluded. It serves the whole of the city and is a key resource in shaping education for vulnerable students from its partner secondary schools.
SEN Allowance (1)
Applying for the job
Please see the 'job advert' document for further detail on how to apply.
A job description and person specification are also uploaded to this website.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Local authority maintained school
55 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About New Heights High School
Here at New Heights School, I am tremendously proud of our young people and my team, and how the trust and respect built between these two groups helps achieve great things.
We were rated as a ‘Good’ school for our most recent Ofsted inspection in 2018 and we continue to build on those foundations, with many outstanding features going forward.
We welcome visitors to our school and feel it is the best way to understand our methods and how we succeed in giving direction to many young people, often from troubled backgrounds, or where another school has failed to gain the best from a student.
The Fair Access Protocol Panel places students with us when they are excluded from their mainstream school – or at risk of permanent exclusion – and it is our mission to make progress with those young people and enable them to be functioning, learning and focused students.
At New Heights, we work with key SEMH (social, emotional and mental health) principles which are closely linked to our SMSC (spiritual, moral, social and cultural) work. These principles are:
- We will help you to understand your emotions and help you recognise situations that may ---make you anxious or distressed (Emotions)
- We will help you understand that making mistakes is a key part of learning (Resilience)
- We will help you build more positive relationships with the people around you (Relationships)
- We will provide a safe, kind and understanding school environment where you feel supported to learn (Positive Change)
SMSC is embedded throughout our curriculum describes how we define spiritual, moral and social provision within our school. We believe that in order to develop a fully rounded appreciation of the world around them, students need to experience and engage in a broad base of cultural experiences
We set the tone of learning positively and we focus on moving forward in life.
Arranging a visit to New Heights High School
School visits can be arranged by emailing: