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Job details

Job details
Employer Longdon Hall School
Location Staffordshire
Salary £30,000 - £36,000 plus Longdon Hall Bonus Scheme
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Posted
Closing date Applications are closed
Job starts January 2017

At Longdon Hall School, we pride ourselves on helping the most vulnerable and hard to place children maximise their potential. We are seeking an exceptional candidate who is inspirational, passionate and dedicated to raising student achievement through the delivery of a personalised and engaging learning experience. We are currently recruiting for the following position at our award winning school, school, Longdon Hall, situated in Rugeley, Staffordshire:

School: Longdon Hall School

We are looking for an experienced, qualified practitioner who has the skills to push standards to improve and give students the tools to achieve their best in Science, by preparing and delivering well-structured, inclusive lessons. The ability to teach up to Key Stage 4 is essential and a working knowledge of the BTEC qualification would be an advantage.

The ability to make an outstanding contribution to the development of this core subject is essential and we believe that energy, passion and a commitment to high standards are key characteristics in the right applicant. We are looking for a special individual who is able to help re-engage the young people that we serve. Experience in working with pupils who have social, emotional and mental health related difficulties is an advantage. This is an opportunity for the successful candidate to develop their skills and experience in a challenging, motivating and highly rewarding environment.

Key Result Areas

  • Plan, implement, review and develop the Science curriculum to ensure provision is responsive to individual learning needs, reflects national standards and legal requirements. Ensure a balanced curricular approach that will encourage and reward participation in learning through achievement and progression
  • Develop and organise teaching and other support staff to ensure the effective delivery of the Science curriculum. Promote and ensure pupil support and the achievement of high professional and teaching standards
  • Ensure the continuous improvement of learning in Science and support provision based on an annual planning cycle with clear objectives and targets and a quality improvement plan based on self-evaluation and external benchmarks.

Responsibilities

  • Support the Head of School to formulate, implement and evaluate strategic improvement, operational and development plans that will enable the Science department to provide education and care suitable for the needs of all pupils and ensure the progressive improvement of the school
  • In conjunction with the Head of School, implement and evaluate the Science timetable, curriculum and support programme that will ensure all boys are able to progress and achieve through learning and that the school sets and achieves clear outcomes for academic learning
  • Oversee management of the Science curriculum delivery and day to day management of the Science department
  • Lead, co-ordinate and motivate staff teaching Science to set and meet high standards of learning, professional development and behaviour and encourage their positive contribution to the school and its ethos
  • Ensure moderation across the subject with all teaching staff to ensure high standards of marking, assessment and progression within the Science department internally and externally
  • Implement the Performance Management system that will ensure staff are aware of their responsibilities and commitments and are provided with support and development to meet their goals
  • Work with the SENCo to ensure that effective systems for the recording, monitoring and review of progress are established and maintained to ensure the effective tracking of individual progress and the provision of Management Information to support organisational planning, quality management and inspection requirements.

Applications for this post are invited from colleagues offering SEN experience, from mainstream schools and other educational settings.

For an informal discussion by telephone or in person, please contact, in the first instance, Ali McGregor, Head of School on (01543) 491051 or apply online at https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/acorngroup/vacancies.aspx  

This position is due to commence January 2017 (subject to all necessary safeguarding checks including verified references and DBS checks) and any notice period to be served.

Closing Date: Monday 5 December 2016 (midday)

Acorn Care and Education are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be subject to fully Enhanced DBS Check

About the employer

Information about Longdon Hall School
Org type Special Needs
Funding status Independent
Gender Mixed
Age range 7 - 18 years
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Locations and contacts

Longdon Green
Near Lichfield
Staffordshire
WS15 4PT
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland