- Job role
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Contract type
Teacher of SEND
Start date: January 2022
Not suitable for an NQT
Due to the continued development of our SEND provision, we are looking to appoint an inspirational colleague to join us at The National Academy as a teacher of SEND. The nature of this very exciting post means it could be suitable for a colleague from the primary or secondary sector.
The successful candidate would be responsible for the planning, teaching and assessing of students in our nurture classes across KS3 & 4. We have one nurture class in each year group with students accessing the curriculum in a modified form suitable to their learning needs. In this way, many of the students would need teaching to a primary school level. Accordingly, experience of teaching across the curriculum would be beneficial, while some experience of literacy support would also be good.
Alongside this teaching responsibility, you would also work to support the SENCo in the general running of our inclusion area. One key area would be ensuring all access arrangements for examinations are assessed and implemented. It is not essential candidates have an appropriate qualification for this access arrangements role as training would be provided externally.
For information about how to apply for this role, please read our ‘Guidance notes for applicants’ document which will be posted on the TES website under the job listing. For further information please contact email@example.com
The successful candidate would receive:
• Full support and induction;
• Excellent CPD opportunities;
• Further leadership openings if appropriate;
• A strong and caring ethos among staff and students;
• Excellent purpose-built post 16 facilities;
• Strong leadership at senior and middle levels;
• A well-being package;
• Networking opportunities across the MITRE trust.
Please contact the Head of Inclusion, Ms Clare Stones [firstname.lastname@example.org] to arrange a visit or a further discussion.
Closing date for applications: 29th September
The Minster Trust for Education is committed to safeguarding children and the promotion of equal opportunities for staff and students. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check and complete a KCSIE Declaration.
Applying for the job
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- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1253 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About The National CofE Academy
The academy has been a core part of the town of Hucknall since 1788 and is now a vibrant hub of education for students aged 11 to 19. Our rich heritage, combined with strong core values, our sense of community, and a steadfast commitment to improving education for all students remains crucial to our success.
We demand excellence and respect from our students and, in turn, deliver a broad and balanced curriculum to meet the needs of young minds. Allied to our reputation for progress and achievement, and superb facilities, this creates an inspiring learning environment.
As a faith academy our core values around Christianity underpin everything we do. Students’understanding of their place in the world is extended through a rich and diverse curriculum, and we teach all individuals to aspire to great things. The opportunity for all students to reach their full potential is realised through an individualised programme.