A rare opportunity has arisen to join our fantastic team. Reddish Hall is an outstanding school for students between the ages of 5 and 18 with complex educational needs and challenging behaviour. The school meets the needs of young people with social and emotional difficulties, though our students may face additional challenges and diagnoses including ADHD, ASC, SpLD, MLD, OCD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Foetal Alcohol Syndrome or a variety of other conditions.
An enthusiastic and inspirational teacher of English is required for our secondary department. You will plan and deliver engaging lessons to small groups of KS3 and KS4 students, ensuring they make good or outstanding progress. You will develop literacy skills and help students gain appropriate qualifications, including GCSE. The successful candidate will have good knowledge of the range of qualifications available within English and the drive and ambition to ensure each individual student fulfils their potential. Experience of delivering GCSE would be advantageous.
The successful candidate will be a highly committed team player with the resilience, energy and passion to develop the English curriculum in our forward-looking school. Applicants must be willing to lead by example and play a full part in the school’s pastoral care and all-inclusive ethos. For the right candidate, there will be opportunities to develop your role and interests, while being supported with continuing professional development. This position is perfect for a teacher who is committed, enthusiastic and has a passion for ensuring young people enjoy their learning and time in school.
We welcome applications from ambitious and talented NQTs.
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