Stephenson (MK) Trust provides education for students both male and female aged between 11 and 18 years who are either attending Stephenson Academy, the local SEN provision for students with social emotional and mental health needs, or Bridge Academy for students disengaged or excluded from mainstream education throughout Milton Keynes. We pride ourselves on delivering a high quality curriculum, truly individualised to meet the needs of our students, ensuring successful outcomes for all.
Key Stage 3 Teacher
Salary: MPS/UPS + SEN allowance (permanent, full time)
The position would suit both primary and secondary practitioners with the enthusiasm, creativity and resilience to work in our successful and inclusive Learning Community.
If you are already a SEN/SEMH specialist or have experience of working effectively with vulnerable pupils with challenging behaviour and relish the opportunity of moving into special education, then this position is ideal.
Applications from both primary and secondary practitioners are welcomed.
We are seeking:
- Exceptional teachers who are able to work with vulnerable pupils with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH) or an outstanding NQT passionate about working in this area.
- The ability to be creative and use imaginative flair to engage is essential, along with having unconditional positive regard, resilience, drive and high expectations to inspire students to achieve.
We can offer you:
- High quality professional development and support including bespoke CPD
- Small class sizes with a maximum ratio of 8:2
- Progression opportunities across the Trust
Closing date for all applications: Monday 20th May at 10am
Interviews will take place on Thursday 23rd May.
Visits to the academy and informal discussion are welcomed by contacting:
Nicola Ready - Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning – 01908 889400
CVs will not be accepted but an application pack can be found on our website: www.stephensonacademy.org.uk or alternatively email email@example.com
- Stephenson (MK) Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This commitment to robust recruitment, selection and induction procedures extends to organisations and services linked to the Trust or working on its behalf. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate is required prior to commencement of this post