Class Teacher (Complex needs), Scunthorpe

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St Hugh's SchoolScunthorpe

Date posted:
Start date: September 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: M1-UPS +SEN Allowance 1
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: No


Job title:

Class Teacher (Complex needs)

Post number:



M1 – UPS + Special Needs Allowance 1 £22,917-£38,633 +£2,106 (plus threshold if applicable) Permanent-full time/part-time considered


St. Hugh’s School, Bushfield Road, Scunthorpe, DN16 1NB

Tel: 01724 842960


Head Teacher: Tracy Millard


Required for September 2018

As a result of being oversubscribed, we are seeking a talented, committed and ambitious teacher to join our school, from September 2018.

Can you make a significant, positive impact on the lives of our students? Can you lead the drive to further improve standards across our school that is so crucial to the success of all of our pupils? If you answered yes to these questions then this could be the ideal job for you.

Our ethos is aspirational and inclusive, our staff is highly motivated, our students courteous and hard-working and our facilities excellent. Joining St Hugh’s School is a unique opportunity to work in a growing school that gives excellent possibilities for professional and career development.

We are seeking to appoint a talented and inspirational teacher with effect from September 2018 (applications welcome from phases, Early Years and Primary) who want to make a difference to the lives of our young people. Our departments work collaboratively to deliver an innovative curriculum that motivates and stretches students achieve their best possible outcomes. The role will play to your strengths and provide ample challenge.

Candidates must have an understanding of the developmental learning needs of children. Experience of working in a special school is not essential. This is an excellent opportunity for a colleague to extend their continuous professional development working across school and develop skills in special education.

This role is with a focus on the needs of learners who have complex needs so an understanding of a child’s early development learning would be beneficial.

St. Hugh’s School is a well-resourced, purpose built school for students aged 11 to 19 years with moderate/severe learning difficulties/profound and multiple learning needs, many of whom have additional needs, ASD and complex medical needs. We are an outstanding school as inspected by Ofsted September 2013.

For informal discussions, please phone Tracy Millard, Head Teacher on 01724 842960 or email Visits to school before shortlisting are welcome. 

Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service. The full version of our Recruitment of ex offenders and Disclosure and Barring Service procedure can be accessed from the website at

Please note that references will be sought prior to interview and shortlisted candidates may be visited in their current school to observe them teaching.

Please apply for this job online. Alternatively applications are available from the school, by contacting the HR Officer Mrs Amanda Antrobus, on the schools number or by e-mailing. Completed application forms can be sent directly to the school, for the attention of Mrs Amanda Antrobus, HR Officer, at the schools address.


Please note potential candidates may be contacted prior to the closing date 


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More about St Hugh's School
Type: Special Needs
Funding status: State - Community
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 19 years
Denomination: Non-denominational
Address: Bushfield Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN16 1NB, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1724 842960
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St Hugh's School is a Special Co-educational Day School for students aged between 11 and 19 years.

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