We are looking for
an enthusiastic and inspirational individual who can work with students who are currently unable to attend
provide 1:1 sessions with students either in their home, or in the community,
and will be supporting students from years 7 to 11. We know that pupils and
staff value consistency and so we are looking for someone who can work flexibly
but will enjoy building relationships as a regular member of staff.
You will empower students to achieve the desired results and encourage
them to see the importance of learning as a foundation to a successful journey
A desire to work
with children and young people and to ensure that they have the support needed
to overcome barriers to their learning is essential. A thorough new staff
induction programme, CPD and continual support will be offered.
We are looking for someone who:
- Shares our vision of “Learning
together in pursuit of happiness” and applies that to all they do in
passion/enthusiasm and can bring this to life through teaching.
- Has a particular interest in teaching students who have social,
emotional and mental health needs.
- Can coach and support students.
- Is a highly motivated and flexible individual who can form positive
relationships with students with a wide range of special needs, including
behavioural, in order to make a difference for some of the most vulnerable
adolescents across BCP.
- Previous experience of working with students with behavioural
difficulties is desirable.
- Has a
flexible approach, coupled with excellent organisational and interpersonal
- Has a high level of
communication and organisational skills and
has a Grade C or above in GCSE English and Maths (Essential).
- Has experience of
working in a school (Desirable).
We can offer you:
- A comprehensive support and training package
- The opportunity to grow and develop in your role
and in a Trust that is growing
- An inclusive and collaborative leadership
- One of the most rewarding careers changing the
lives of those pupils in our school
- Local Government Pension Scheme with 22% Employer pension contributions
Delta Education Trust
The Quay School is part of Delta Education Dorset, a
small but growing Trust. As a trust, our ethos is encompassed in our vision“Learning
together in pursuit of happiness”.We put this into practice
- All decisions are made in the best interests of
staff, pupils and families.
support, high challenge and evidence informed in everything we do.
- We work collaboratively and make team, not
- We acknowledge our mistakes and use them to learn
- We are always open to learning and seeking new
We value our staff as much as our pupils
recognising that through their well-being and by having a holistic approach to
our individualised and therapeutic curriculum, we can meet pupil need and
ensure their progress towards a life that they can enjoy.
Visits to the school are welcomed, please contact Helen
Cottrell (Assistant Headteacher) on 01202 716910 to arrange an appointment.
The Trust is committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects
all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. Please ensure a full work history is completed in your application form
including any gaps of employment. Applicants will be required to
complete a Disclosure & Barring Service Check.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, this role involves directly working with children and significant contact with children, and therefore we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. Please ensure a full work history is completed in your application form including any gaps of employment. Applicants will be required to complete a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check for this post prior to commencement. The Trust is an equal opportunities employer.
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