Acacias is a high achieving school with a very supportive staff team who have high expectations for themselves, their colleagues and their pupils. We are looking for an excellent SpLD (Specific Learning Difficulties) teacher to join this team, to teach mornings in our school funded resource base class (The Treehouse) and to work across the school supporting children with SEN in the afternoons. The successful applicant will:
- Have high expectations;
- Have had significant experience of supporting children with specific learning disorders;
- Have a Post Graduate Diploma in SpLD or equivalent or significant experience and a willingness to train for this role
- Be energetic and enthusiastic;
- Be keen to join our hardworking, committed and friendly team;
- Be able to meet the needs of all pupils.
Essential educational requirements
Have a Post Graduate Diploma in SpLD or equivalent or significant experience and a willingness to train for this role
Essential skills and experience
Due to the nature of the role the successful candidate will be an experienced teacher with significant experience of supporting children with SEN
Please note for the right candidate the school will delay the start date until September 2020 but would prefer the role to start from Easter 2020. The school may consider this role as a part time 0.6 role based on 4 mornings and a full day on a Wednesday.
We can offer:
- Friendly, motivated and caring children who are keen to learn;
- An enthusiastic and committed staff;
- A leadership team committed to continual school improvement;
- A commitment to your continuing professional development.
- SEN allowance
- Funded CPD
About Acacias Community Primary School
Acacias CPS is situated in the area of Burnage, some 4 miles south of the centre of Manchester and close to the Stockport boundary. The area is predominantly 1930’s semi-detached housing and whilst mainly privately owned there is also a fairly large local authority housing estate from which the school draws pupils. The school population reflects the local area and over 70% of children have English as an additional language. There are currently over 470 pupils on roll of which 10% are known to be eligible for free school meals. The partnership with parents, carers and the community and their involvement in the children’s learning is strong. Favourable comments have been made about the approachability of teachers and other staff, who are receptive to concerns and open to suggestions for improvements. Ofsted says ‘Parents commonly talked about the efforts staff make to support pupils’ learning and well-being. A typical comment was ‘The staff are incredibly hardworking and enthusiastic, and always have time to speak to parents about any concerns.’
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