MPS + SEN allowance
Are you creative, courageous and resilient and want to make a real, tangible difference to children and young people’s lives?
We have a fantastic opportunity for a primary teacher in a unique special school for pupils with social, emotional, behavioural and mental health needs in the London borough of Barking and Dagenham, a diverse urban area. We currently have only one primary class so there may be an opportunity in the future to grow and lead the primary team.
The ideal candidate will have successful experience of teaching and planning for educational needs across the full ability range and may come from a mainstream or a special school background. We pride ourselves in supporting staff development and there will be leadership opportunities for the right candidate.
Eko Trust and Pathways School offer:
An excellent induction programme including regular and frequent team debriefs
Opportunities to take part in group supervision and reflection and in school coaching and to participate in the Eko SEMH schools network (Pathways is one of two SEMH special schools in the Trust)
Access to First Aid and Team Teach Training
A very supportive and widely experienced team
Access to School Advisory Service which includes GP consultations, counselling, referrals to physiotherapy and other specialist services at no cost
Opportunity to join the Trust Talented Leaders programme for developing leadership
Access to a wide set of professionals for expert support e.g. CAMHS, Educational psychology
The opportunity to gain accreditation - e.g.NPQML, NPQSL, NPQH, Level 3 Leadership programme, Senior Leader Apprenticeship (MA level)
Applying for the job
Please contact Amanda Marquis, email@example.com, 0203917 6900 for an application pack.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
28 pupils enrolled
6 to 19
About Pathways School
Pathways School is a small special school, currently catering for pupils from KS2 to KS4 and offering a curriculum based on a child’s right to ‘Learn, Grow and Thrive’. We absolutely believe that all our children and young people deserve to achieve and succeed and will do so, with the right guidance and academic and pastoral support.
The school joined Eko Trust, a family of good and outstanding schools in Hackney, Newham and Suffolk, in September 2019. As we continue to grow as a Trust, this is an exciting time for a new person to join the team to help shape the school on its journey.
Arranging a visit to Pathways School
Please contact Amanda Marquis , firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 3917 6900