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  • Start date details

    September 2023

  • Closing date

    5 June 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    12 May 2023

Job details

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Key stage

Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5

Subjects

Art and design, Biology, Business studies, Chemistry, Computing, Design and technology, Drama, Economics, English, Food Technology, French, Geography, History, Humanities, ICT, Languages, Mathematics, Music, Physical education, Physics, PSHE, Religious education, Science, Social sciences

Working pattern

Full time, part time: Full time 32.5 hours a week. Part time Open to part-time or flexible working options

Contract type

Permanent

Pay scale

£29,344 - £44,919 (M1 to UPS3)

Additional allowances

TLR2 allowance of £6,473

What skills and experience we're looking for

You will lead a well-established team committed to ensuring that no child with a hearing need is limited by their background, but that all are inspired to make exceptional progress and empowered to be the leaders of tomorrow. We welcome applications from individuals who are already qualified teachers of the deaf or from qualified teachers keen to undertake the necessary training. You will be a dynamic classroom practitioner, capable of motivating and inspiring our students across the curriculum.

What the school offers its staff

Our Hearing Resource Team works closely with internal colleagues and external experts to ensure our students have the most inclusive teaching. We have invested heavily in training, equipment and resources in our Hearing Resource Base so our deaf students enjoy learning and see clear progress being made. We are aided by the following:

  • Well-resourced Hearing Resource Base - specialist materials and resources to ensure high-quality teaching and learning takes place in all allocated classes
  • Strong Partnerships - Speech and Language Therapists and Audiologists for the latest thinking in our teaching and individually tailored programmes
  • Personal amplification systems training - all staff in the team are fully competent in the use of different specialist equipment
  • Successful record of inclusion - close links with the Slough SEND team and the Berkshire Sensory Consortium Service (BSCS), who lead the peripatetic service within Berkshire
  • Mentorship Programme – alongside BSCS, we provide a programme for teachers in training or a two-year specialist postgraduate qualification to train as a Teacher of the Deaf. Further SEND training is also available.

Beyond the department, here is a flavour of what life is like at The Langley Academy:

Our school

  • ‘Students have outstanding attitudes to learning. Behaviour is excellent’ Ofsted
  • An inclusive, diverse, and welcoming school community
  • A vibrant, buzzy open plan environment
  • Strong, supportive leadership team – mentoring and 1-1 coaching from leaders across the Trust
  • State-of-the-art building and facilities – built in 2009 and extended in 2020
  • Part of the Arbib Education Trust providing access to unique resources and pioneering museum learning, including on-site museum exhibition

Further details about the role

Our perks

The wellbeing and professional development of all our colleagues really matter to us. Our wide-ranging staff benefits include:

  • Work-life balance – innovative approach to providing flexibility around how you work, as well as social activities, early finish Fridays and a day off in term time
  • Enhanced funding for personal development - to support our learning culture
  • Ways to save - including staff discounts from Vivup, a world class pension, and access to private healthcare
  • Healthy body and mind-free on-site gym, cycle to work scheme, free annual flu jab, professional counselling, and wellbeing resources

For more information, visit our website: https://www.arbibeducationtrust.org/99/join-us

For an informal chat or to arrange a school visit, contact our HR Lead: tara.mackay@langleyacademy.org

Commitment to safeguarding

We have a strong culture of safeguarding where it is in our DNA, where we ALWAYS, without hesitation, act in the best interests of the children and students in our care. This is underpinned by high quality practice and policy.

Please follow the link on our website for wider safeguarding information:- https://www.langleyacademy.org - Safeguarding

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About The Langley Academy

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1154 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18
Phone number
01753214474

The Langley Academy is a popular, oversubscribed, forward-thinking school offering a broad and rich curriculum.  Providing the backdrop to our success are the state-of-the-art facilities, including our museum learning school, fully equipped theatre, extensive sports facilities and our science pods designed to deliver outstanding practical science.

Our vision
To provide an exceptional education for every child in the Trust through high aspirations, the belief that anything is possible, and the pioneering use of museum learning encouraging curiosity, exploration and discovery.
Here at the Langley Academy, there is no ceiling to achievement. Anything is possible!

Our ethos
‘One community. Many ideas. Everyone’s Future’

Arranging a visit to The Langley Academy

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email tara.mackay@langleyacademy.org.

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