Do you want to work in an Ofsted Outstanding rated and award winning school (NAS Excellence Award 2018) with a small number of youngsters with complex needs (40 on roll) and a real commitment to ensuring these youngsters thrive? We are seeking a vibrant, engaging and exciting teacher who can teach outstanding lessons across any of the Humanities disciplines. You will need to be able to teach up to GCSE and A Level. Prospective candidates must have the desire and ability to meet the individual learning needs of our young people, all of whom have an EHC plan, to allow them to succeed and flourish. The teaching at Roman Fields is in either very small groups, or on a 1:1 basis. The majority of our students have a primary need related to autism; the needs of others stem from social emotional and mental health difficulties.
For more information please read both the Ofsted and NAS accreditation reports which can be found on our website as I feel they accurately reflect this amazing place, our wonderful colleagues, parents and youngsters.
If you are an energetic, visionary teacher, with the ability to motivate and empower young people to maximise their potential and want to be part of something special, we would welcome your application.
We would love you to visit - please contact Mandy Crow - 01442 256915 term time only to arrange a meeting with the Head Teacher.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this obligation. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure by the DBS.
Applications Close: Friday 29th March 2019 at 9am.
Interviews: Will take place during the last week of the spring or the first week of summer term. We will of course inform shortlisted candidates of the interview date at the earliest opportunity. For more information and to apply online: www.teachinherts.com Hertfordshire is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people.
Roman Fields is a county wide service which interacts with all area organisations, county developments and provisions. It is an exciting and unique provision which uses creativity and innovation to reach and engage young people. For some young people the provision is part of a transition package or a short term placement pending further assessment. For others it is a potential permanent solution to their educational needs. Programmes are established by the SENCO and Assistant Head in consultation with the referring officer, parents/carers and the young person. The provision works in partnership with other colleges, alternative education providers and other professionals to try to facilitate the optimum package of support on an individual basis.
For more information and to apply online : www.teachinherts.com