- Fixed term (Initially 12 months)
- MPS/UPS and Up to 2 SEN Points
Teacher in Specialist Provision for Physical Impairment job summary
Newsome Academy, Castle Avenue, Newsome, Huddersfield, HD4 6JN
Newsome Academy is part of Impact Education Multi Academy Trust
Post: Teacher in Specialist Provision for Physical Impairment
Scale: MPS/UPS and Up to 2 SEN Points
Contract Type: Full Time
Contract Term: Fixed Term initially 12 months | September 2022 - August 2023
We are looking for a talented and experienced Teacher who is forward thinking, dynamic and resilient and who, working within the Specialist Provision, will contribute to a high quality, personalised teaching and learning environment for our learners with complex physical needs. The colleague appointed will be a natural inspirer, with the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues at Newsome Academy.
This role is based in the Secondary Specialist Provision for Physical Impairment. Applications are invited from qualified SEND or mainstream teachers who have experience of teaching children with SEND and/or complex needs at primary or secondary level. There will be a requirement to teach literacy, numeracy, Humanities and life skills to physically/hearing impaired children working at a variety of ability levels.
We are committed to improving outcomes for physically impaired children through working with their families, schools and a range of other professionals. We promote inclusion by supporting children’s full and active involvement in all aspects of learning and development.
Although the role will initially be classroom based, for a candidate with relevant experience there would be an opportunity to work with physically impaired children and young people in an outreach capacity. Through outreach, we raise the educational achievement of physically impaired children by providing assessments, advice and training. This will be done in collaboration with support from a highly skilled and enthusiastic team of specialists.
Please see attached Recruitment Pack for further information about the role, Newsome Academy and the Trust.
To apply please visithttps://newsomeacademy.co.uk/vacancies/ to download and complete an application form and self disclosure form returning these to email@example.com.
Closing Date: 9am, Friday 20th May 2022
Interviews: w/c 23rd May 2022
The Academy reserves the right to close the date for applications earlier than advertised should we receive a high number of applications. It is therefore advised that interested candidates apply early.
Impact Education Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding staff and students and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosing and Barring Service DBS check. All interviews will include a question about Safeguarding and any anomalies identified in pre-recruitment checks will be discussed at interview.
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About Newsome Academy
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- School size
- Up to 900 pupils
- Age range
- 11 to 16
Newsome Academy is an aspirational and inclusive school. We believe in the potential of every individual to make exceptional progress from their starting points and to thoroughly enjoy their time at our school. We believe that the wellbeing and happiness of every child is essential and the needs of our children are at the heart of everything we do. Our journey is focused on having very high expectations. It means ensuring children who are successful and strive to achieve their best, know they are valued, believe in themselves and have respect for others. We aim to consistently promote fundamental British values and pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Newsome Academy is part of Impact Education Multi Academy Trust ("the Trust") who are on a mission to improve social mobility for the disadvantaged and to improve the life chances of children and young people. The Trust is a values driven organisation with the belief that collaborative leadership and strong partnership development can lead to significant positive impact on the quality of education. For more information about the Trust go to https://i-mat.org.uk/