Vision for Education, the supply arm of TES, are seeking to appoint a motivated Full-Time Chemistry Teacher to join our successful supply teaching team and to work in a Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) school in Cambridge.
This is a full-time position, working exclusively with children with Autism (ASD/ASC) to start from September 2018 and continue on a permanent basis if you are the right person for the school.
The successful Teacher will need to have the ability to teach GCSE and A-Level Chemistry to pupils across the Secondary School phase including Key Stage Three (KS3), Key Stage Four (KS4) and Key Stage Five (KS5). The ideal Science Teacher will therefore need to be confident in teaching all elements of Chemistry within the Science curriculum.
You will be expected to work effectively within a well-developed and strong Science Department and be able to plan and deliver stimulating Science lessons to children with High-Functioning Autism. The school is a large school for children with a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASD). The school is rated as ‘Good’ in all aspects and are in the process of working towards ‘Outstanding’ for their next Inspection. They are passionate and committed about providing high-quality CPD opportunities for all members of staff to ensure they make the most out of their role, providing effective teaching and learning opportunities and making the best out of their future career development.
To be considered for the position as a Chemistry Teacher you must:
•Have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) OR be an Instructor Tutor with a teaching qualification such as Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS), with at least 1 years’ experience teaching and planning Science
• Have experience of teaching Science, particularly Chemistry from GCSE up to A-Level
• Have a strong passion for teaching, with the ability to plan and deliver inspiring Chemistry lessons
•Have an effective approach when it comes to supporting children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), particularly Autism (ASD/ASC)
• Be able to adjust lessons and teaching approaches if required
•Have a genuine desire to become part of committed team of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) practitioners
Applications from Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) are welcome for this position as a Chemistry Teacher, as the school has a very strong and well-developed NQT training and support programme.
At Vision for Education, we take our responsibilities to our practitioners seriously and our aim is to ensure you are well supported and rewarded for your efforts. As part of the Vision for Education team, and as a Chemistry Teacher, you will receive:
• Excellent daily rates of pay, paid weekly through PAYE
•Support through your placements
•Unparalleled daily rates
•Access to a dedicated SEND Consultant 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
•Access to free specialist Continued Professional Development (CPD) opportunities such as Team Teach, Autism Awareness and Moving and Handling Qualifications, and 20+ eLearning Courses through EduCare
•£50 reward every time you recommend a colleague
• Regular social events with 100% complimentary food and drink
If you are a Chemistry Teacher who can enthuse, motivate and engage students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you today.
You must be eligible to work in the UK and meet Vision for Education's stringent safeguarding checks for this Chemistry Teacher position. We will also require you to hold a current DBS certificate (Child Workforce only) and it be registered on the Online Update Service. If your DBS is not registered online or you do not hold a DBS under Child Workforce, Vision will assist in your application.
Apply today or for more information on this Chemistry Teacher position and other teaching opportunities Vision for Education have to offer within Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) across Cambridgeshire, please contact the Peterborough SEND Team on 01733 371371 or Lauren.Bates@visionforeducation.co.uk