Annual or full time equivalent salary
- M1 £25,714 - M6 £36,961 pro rata, per year (depending on experience)
- £10,285 - £14,784 per year
SEN Teacher job summaryWe are looking for a passionate and inspiring qualified SEN Teacher to join our supportive and talented team at Hanham Woods Academy. We are a growing organisation, looking for professional ambitious people, with a passion for transforming our students’ learning.
We can offer you the opportunity to advance your career within a supportive academy environment. We provide excellent training and development opportunities within the Federation, including a full induction programme for early career and experienced teachers. Training is both local and/or delivered through our excellent stand-alone training facility at the CLF Institute. For teachers, the CLF Institute aims to provide a continuum of development through each career stage from initial teacher training (ITT), for Early Career Teachers (ECT), recently qualified teachers in their early career development, to successive stages of leadership through to Headship and beyond.
What we are looking for:
We look for passionate individuals who want to be a part of transforming education and will make an active contribution to the development of the Cabot Learning Federation and chosen Academy. You will be used to planning and consistently delivering high quality lessons, will be a strong communicator with the ability to embrace change and motivate colleagues and students. A well-qualified specialist, holding QTS (or equivalent) and a relevant undergraduate degree, you will have the ability to teach Key Stage 3- Key Stage 4. We look for professionals who have excellent class management skills and have high expectations of work and behaviour. You will largely be teaching within the Resource Base of Hanham Woods Academy, a specialist unit for Speech and Language and Autistic Spectrum students. This includes a small group of EHCP students in KS3 and KS4 who study English Maths, Science plus another GCSE subject.
Your duties will specifically include:
Planning outstanding lessons that meet the needs of all students whilst developing a high-quality programme of study that includes accurate target setting.
Monitor and report on the progress of students and take appropriate action to ensure all students achieve their potential through exceptional methods of feedback.
Meeting the needs of learners who all have an EHCP and either significant Language or Social Communication needs.
Having a willingness to broaden subject knowledge and teach outside your specialism.
Knowledge of strategies to encourage the engagement of pupils with ASC in learning.
Directing and supporting other professionals to support pupils with ASC.
An ability to creatively differentiate subject materials to engage learners.
An ability to create bespoke learning opportunities for pupils.
Recognising, valuing and supporting the delivery of opportunities which extend beyond the confines of classroom delivery and seek to enrich and add value to the students experience & learning.
Being empowered to develop your own expert practice and support the development of others.
Access to our pension scheme - Teacher Pension Scheme (if eligible)
Dedicated Training and Development programmes
Health and wellness sessions and discounts.
Secured discounts for staff at a number of gyms in the local area.
Annual CLF conferences which provides CPD opportunity
Comprehensive Induction process
Competitive salaries which are reviewed annually
Cycle to Work Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
Generous annual leave entitlement for staff who work all year round
Applying for the job
Please submit your application via the CLF career website.More on how to apply (opens in a new tab)
About Hanham Woods Academy
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 789 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Hanham Woods Academy is part of the Cabot Learning Federation and is one of the most improved Academies in the South West, providing an excellent education to over 800 students. The Academy has a growing reputation both locally and regionally. Whilst we appreciate the unique setting in which the Academy is placed, we work hard to challenge students from a variety of backgrounds to be the best they can be in all areas of life. Our mission here is simple: we want to give people the best chance of success. This underpinned by our ethos of Dream Big, Work Hard, Be Kind. We want students to 'climb the mountain' in order to achieve success both academically and by developing a confident, resilient and hard working character. The Academy was judged ‘Good’ by Ofsted in November 2019, noting that ‘Pupils are proud of their school’ and ‘They feel safe’. The Academy continues its improvement journey, being over-subscribed in a number of Year Groups. Our students are excited to learn, are increasingly successful in reaching their potential and are real ambassadors for our community. Staff are hard working and supportive, and leaders consider carefully the wellbeing of colleagues. If you want to work in an environment that is high challenge, low threat, that takes great pride in developing people and works together to give students the best chance of success, then this is the academy for you.