Meadowbrook College, Oxford, Oxfordshire
|Working pattern||Will consider full-time, part-time|
|Salary||£28,507 to £42,699 per year (full-time equivalent)|
Meadowbrook College (Alternative Provision Academy)
MPS/UPS (£26,298-£40,490) + SEN (£2,209)
Contract Term: Permanent/Full-time (Part-time/Flexi-time will be considered) for a September start
Are you a Science teacher with a real passion for your subject and looking for a new challenge?
Can you build positive relationships with young people and make a difference?
Are you enthusiastic, resilient and have a flexible approach.
Do you have the experience and passion to give the most vulnerable children and young people the best chance to succeed and thrive?
We are looking for a skilled KS3/4 Science teacher for our Banbury provision. You will be part of a passionate and dedicated team making a real difference to young people’s lives. You will have experience of teaching KS3 & GCSE Combined Science and GCSE Biology. As we develop a more bespoke curriculum offer for our students for September 2020 we would also be interested in any additional skills you might have which would enhance our growing curriculum offer for September 2020.
This exciting and varied role will provide you with a wide range of experiences, including:
● teaching in small group sizes
● offering pastoral and personalised support as a tutor
● developing your skills in working with children with SEMH/ASD/Mental Health difficulties
● opportunity to work with primary age pupils in support of them developing their Science skills
We believe in a shared team ethos, working together using flexible and supportive approaches to develop students’ learning and behaviour. Meadowbrook staff have a ‘can do’ attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of which have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential.
We are always looking for creative and innovative ways forward and offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing professional development and training. We are working in an ever-changing educational climate where the need for an alternative provision solution is increasing. We are always adapting and new opportunities are always evolving. We very much value colleagues who are keen to be involved in the continuing development of the school. Meadowbrook College is a welcoming, nurturing and stimulating environment to work in. If this role appeals to you please contact us to find out more.
To apply please complete an application form together with a letter, outlining your skills and experience for this post, and send to Maria Rees at email@example.com
Closing Date: by 12.00 noon on Monday 20th April
Interview Date: To be confirmed and may be held as a Skype or phonecall.
You are very welcome speak to Nicola Partridge, Headteacher, about this position. Please contact Maria Rees, Headteacher’s PA, if you would like to arrange this. Unfortunately visits to site cannot be facilitated at this time.
Meadowbrook College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers are also expected to promote fundamental British values. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that require applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All cases are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed.
|Education phase||Not Applicable|
|School size||57 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||5 to 16|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Meadowbrook College website (opens in a new window)|
About Meadowbrook College
Located across five sites in Oxfordshire: Oxford, Banbury, Kidlington, Bicester and Abingdon, we are an Alternative Provision (AP) Academy that provides full and part-time education and support to over 150 aged 5-16 students who are excluded from, or are finding it difficult to fully access, their mainstream schools.
The Harlow Centre, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 0PG