KS2 Teacher, Forest Road West, Nottingham

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Denewood AcademyForest Road West, Nottingham

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Start date: As soon as possible
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Main Pay Scale/Upper Pay Scale (£24,373 - £40,490)
Contract term: Permanent

About Raleigh Learning Trust

Our Trust is founded on a straightforward moral imperative. We seek to support school improvement across our organisation in order to ensure that all learners within our Academies are in receipt of the best possible educational services that can be provided within the scope of our available resources. The majority of pupils that we work with will have experienced significant challenges during their time in education. Our purpose is to ensure that every child for whom we hold responsibility has access to the highest possible standards of teaching and learning, supported by strong staff teams equipped with outstanding resources. Our core aim will be to deliver remarkable and memorable learning experiences that the pupils will value and benefit from now, as they progress into lifelong learning, and the potential for a lifetime of fruitful employment.

Our vision
Our vision is to create the educational and social experiences that our pupils need to overcome any barriers to engagement and afford them the opportunity to become successful learners. We will promote our ambitions within a framework of a caring, supportive and structured environment. We will secure the circumstances within which our pupils will be helped to develop their individual potential for growth, enhance their self-worth and develop their capacity to demonstrate choice and responsibility in all aspects of their lives. Our Trust will secure the expectation of high-quality teaching and learning environments within which there are no limits to ambition.

Denewood and Unity Academies Information
Denewood and Unity Academies support young people aged 7 – 16 who have been permanently excluded from mainstream education. We have a clear ethos of meeting the individual learning, social and emotional needs of young people so that they can be reintegrated back into mainstream education.

We provide this under a framework of a caring, supportive and structured environment.

Young people will be helped to develop their individual potential for growth, self-worth and self-control through experiencing clear and consistent guidance and support on appropriate ways of behaving towards other people within our Academies and the wider world.

Our curriculum was recently redeveloped. Pupils and staff were consulted and what was developed are our 3 values; that children should be aspirational, responsible and enthusiastic about their learning, within their community and most importantly within themselves.

Key Stage 2 Teacher
We're looking for a primary trained, Key Stage 2 teacher, to join our team of committed educators and support staff in teaching the most vulnerable children of Nottingham City and providing an outstanding educational experience for them. Pupils are all permanently excluded and have a varying degree of educational needs. The best candidate for the role will have good subject knowledge and be understanding and patient of our pupils. We recommend that you read the Application Pack below to find out more about our school and pupils.

How to apply
Candidates are encouraged to visit the academy and can do so by contacting the academy office
T: 0115 915 1271
E: admin@dlc.nottingham.sch.uk
Applying: Please apply by visiting www.denewoodunity.org.uk and completing an application form.

More about Denewood Academy
Type: Alternative Provision
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 7 - 16 years
Address: Denewood Learning Centre, 113 Forest Road West, Radford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 4ES, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 115 915 1271