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We are seeking to appoint an excellent classroom practitioner to teach children with learning difficulties in our growing SEND Faculty.
At Redden Court School, we believe in ‘Success for All’; children with learning needs are taught in smaller classes and follow a bespoke curriculum aiming toward GCSEs without skipping stages of learning. We are a well resourced SEND Faculty. There are two large, dedicated areas for SEND both comprising several rooms including a sensory room, spaces for small group interventions and an outdoor, ‘alternative playground’ garden.
The SEND team is enthusiastic, energetic and experts in supporting our students to reach their full potential. We are looking for an energetic, well-organised and flexible Teacher of SEND who:
Has experience of teaching students with a range of SEND
Takes pride in delivering high quality teaching
Is ready to make a significant positive impact on our students and our whole school
Is proactive and solution focussed
Is interested in training for the National Award for SENCos
To support the Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion and SEND with all aspects of the management of the SEND Faculty and the delivery of its provision
To teach students with SEND in both the specialist provision and in mainstream SEND classes
We can offer:
A strong and supportive SLT who have placed SEND at the top of the school agenda for success
Excellent opportunities for professional development and future career progression at Redden Court School and across our Multi Academy Trust
A school staff team who are dedicated, collegiate, friendly and extremely welcoming
Time in addition to PPA for ARP Lead Teacher duties and, a dedicated working space in the SEND area
Support towards achieving further qualifications
Teacher Training Programme
Childcare vouchers – if you are using registered or approved childcare, you can choose to take part of your salary in childcare vouchers to pay for it which are Tax and National Insurance free. This means you get extra value from your pay packet each month.
Pension – teaching staff access Teacher Pension Scheme and Associate Staff access Local Government Pension Scheme
All teaching staff are allocated a Chromebook
Health and Wellbeing:
Schools Advisory Service offering:
Access 24 hours a day to a GP Helpline where you can have a telephone consultation for you and close relatives.
Access to Physiotherapy
Access to a counselling service
Free 12 week Weight Management Programme
Support for stress management
Long Term Condition support - Support for you and family members where you or a member of your family is suffering from a long term condition such as cancer, Multiple Sclerosis or Motor Neurones Disease. This list is not exhaustive.
Private Medical Service
Applying for the job
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866 pupils enrolled
11 to 16
About Redden Court School
We pride ourselves on being a fully comprehensive school placed at the heart of the community. We want all of our students to be happy, ambitious and to achieve results that reflect their true potential.
Our school has served the local community of Harold Wood for many years, providing a high quality education to the students of this area.
Our vision is focused on a ‘Commitment to Success for All’ and high levels of aspiration for every member of our community. The school is forward thinking and progressive. We seek to achieve the very best for all of our students through the use of a rich variety of educational approaches.
We have caring staff who are dedicated to ensuring the students are successful in every aspect of their learning.
Redden Court is the founding school in the Success for All Educational Trust and is recognised as one of the highest performing mixed comprehensive schools in Havering.
We are an accredited ‘Thinking School’ and have very close links with the Cognitive Education Development Unit at the University of Exeter. Metacognition and the development of thinking skills is at the heart of our teaching and learning in the school as we believe it plays an important part in developing resilient and independent learners.
We also have very strong links with the Havering Teacher Training Programme, we are a senior partner in the Empower Teaching Alliance and we are recognised as a Leading Edge School by the SSAT. The school has also been accredited with All Together (Anti Bullying), Place2Be (Student Mental Health), SEND Exceptional Outcomes Award, The Quality in Careers Standards, Healthy Schools Gold Award and Gold Travel Ambassadors Award.
We are a growing community Trust with inclusion at the heart of our ethos and require leaders who will bring this vision to life.
These are exciting times for Redden Court School with so much change and challenge in the future.
Arranging a visit to Redden Court School
We welcome visits to the schools for potential applicants, to arrange a visit or informal discussion please contact Head's PA Caroline Morris on 01708 342293