- Job role
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
- Salary Range MPS/UPS + 1 SEN Allowance and TLR2a
We are looking for a highly effective creative and inspirational phase leader and classroom practitioner to join Hallmoor School, part of Forward Education Trust, a rapidly growing Multi Academy Trust established in 2017 serving special schools across the West Midland area. The successful candidate will be a highly skilled aspiring or existing middle leader who is enthusiastic and motivated to help our Post 16 students develop and reach their full potential and working alongside our other key stage leaders improve outcomes for our students.
The successful candidate will:
• Have previous teaching experience and skills of working with children across at least two key stages which must include Post 16
• Have an understanding of post 16 pathways and the provision on offer for post 16 SEN students at local colleges or other providers.
• Previous experience of effectively leading a team of staff within a secondary/ Post 16/ SEN setting is essential
• Have experience of supporting examination submissions
• Have experience of working with children with complex special needs
• Be able to demonstrate how they have impacted on the outcomes for learners with a range of SEN's, including those with more complex ASC needs
• Have QTS status
• Take responsibility for a class group as a teacher with pastoral responsibility
• Be willing to deliver subject specific lessons to a wider group of pupils across the school as reasonably directed by the Headteacher
• Be a team player
We can offer you:
• A commitment to support you in developing new skills through a wide range of professional development opportunities and experiences
• Access to the Trust middle leadership programme of support
• The opportunity to make a huge contribution to the education and lives of children who respond very positively to high quality teaching
• A dedicated leadership team committed to supporting our staff
You will offer us:
• A Teacher who is motivated and enthusiastic who has experience of working with children with special needs.
• Your commitment to engaging and inspiring our pupils and the ability to make a real difference to their learning.
• Your flexibility, commitment, and excellent interpersonal skills.
For further details and to apply, please visit the Forward Education Trust website at
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.
Please note that only applications received via our application portal will be accepted, we will not read accompanying CVs or accept them in place of an application form. Enhanced DBS clearance, Disqualification (regulations) 2009, and prohibition checks if overseas trained. Certificate of good conduct will need to be obtained if applicable prior to interview. If you do not hear from the school within 14 days of returning your application form to us, please assume that your application has not been shortlisted.
Forward Education Trust is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate must promote this ethos.
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