Job Title: Qualified SEN Teacher - ASD
Salary: £23,329-£31,734 (dependent on experience)
Start date: January 2020, or sooner if possible
Hexagon Care Services is a forward thinking and privately owned National Provider of Children’s Services. Within the services they offer, they run eight small independent schools which educate boys and girls between 11 and 18 which cater for pupils with a range of complex needs. All schools are rated either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’.
Sycamore House School is situated on the same site as Sycamore House children’s home and is a special school for up to four pupils with autistic spectrum disorder. All pupils have an education, health and care plan, but this is not a requirement to be admitted to the school. The home and school will work in close partnership to provide a holistic package of support which will include care, therapy and education. At KS3 the school offers a broad and balanced education in line with the national curriculum. At KS4 the school offers a range of accreditation including ASDAN, Entry Level and Functional Skills. There is the option to study GCSEs for the more academically able pupils.
• Small class sizes
• Opportunities for cross-curricular development
• Excellent CPD opportunities
• A comprehensive induction package with full and ongoing training
• A contributory pension scheme following successful probation period
• Have previous experience of working in an ASD setting
• Have QTS status – qualified to teach KS3/4 Science, Maths or English
• The ability to teach ICT would be advantageous.
• Hold a full clean driving license
This is an exciting opportunity to join a team of highly skilled and committed teachers who believe in delivering an innovative and creative curriculum to our students. The post would be suitable for experienced teachers as well as NQTs.
For an informal chat or to arrange a visit please contact Headteacher, Caroline Ashdown on 07791 471811.
To apply for the position you need to complete the attached application pack and return it via email to Tracy Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0191 267 6555.
Completed application forms should be submitted by 12 noon on Friday 4th October 2019.
Applications will be reviewed as received, so we may be in contact before the closing date.
The appointment will be subject to Enhanced Disclosure through the DBS. At interview applicants will be expected to provide evidence confirming date of birth and academic qualifications.