Science and Maths Teacher (SEN)
Contact Information: Raigan@SocialPersonnel.com
Salary: circa £32,500 per annum
Closing Date: “No Closing Date Stated”
Job Type: permanent
Social Personnel are looking for a Science & Maths Teacher to join the team at this brilliant special school based in Birmingham. This is a full time, permanent position working 40 hours per week.
This special school is specifically designed to be a low arousal, calm and nurturing environment in which young people with autism can learn and grow. The students at this school all have a diagnosis of autism; are all verbal and, also have additional and complex needs, therefore experience in this area is essential. Due to the model of curriculum both primary and secondary specialist applications are welcome.
Reporting into the Head Teacher / Deputy Head Teacher, you will be responsible for contributing to the development and realisation of the whole school science and maths planning, and the aims, vision and ethos of the school.
You will supervise the teaching and non-teaching staff allocated to work in the science and maths department or pastoral group and work collaboratively with other teachers in order to promote mutual understanding of the school curriculum with the aim of improving the quality of teaching and learning in the school.
You will implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for the department of science and maths, with the input of staff and building on pupils’ prior knowledge.
In return this school offers professional development and training, a friendly, passionate and committed team of colleagues and access to employee perks, including cycle to work scheme, discounts on shopping and cinema tickets, birthday treats, employee of the month award and enhanced pension contributions for qualified teaching staff.
Social Personnel would love to hear from you if you feel that you meet the requirements for this role and share the passion and commitment to developing confident and capable young people by meeting their educational, health and social care needs in structured, nurturing school and home provisions.