Classroom Teacher – Wembley
5 days per week – Term time (40 weeks per year)
£31,000 – £38,000 per annum based on term time working
Unlocking Potential is a charity that works within communities to transform the life chances of children and young people. We are developing programmes which have a sustainable impact on the community, and which will develop to support other communities in the future.
The Corner School
One of our programmes is The Corner School which is an independent school for children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. Our provision is unique with both teachers and therapists working alongside one another. Our aim is to provide high-quality education and give these children the life skills they need. Our curriculum is designed around the individual needs of each of our learners and children work on educational and social skill targets. We are heavily resourced with expertise and resources that both staff and learners use. We believe in a strong working partnership with parents and families who are an everyday part of what we do here at The Corner School.
The role involves being responsible for a small class of children with a range of needs.
Planning and implementing opportunities for all areas of the national curriculum, with a focus on SMSC.
Working with a likeminded team of teachers and therapists to plan for and set targets to meet the learners educational and SEMH needs.
Adding value to our education team and supporting colleagues.
We are looking for an outstanding primary practitioner, who understand and can deliver high standards of education for our learners and have the ability and determination to inspire and motivate children and colleagues to achieve their best.
- Qualified Teacher Status
- Have a passion for teaching
- Have high expectations of themselves and the children
- Be a real team player, able to go the extra mile
- Be an outstanding classroom practitioner with an excellent understanding of strategies to accelerate and sustain progress
- Want to contribute to the school
- Experience of SEMH needs of children and young people
- Able to work flexibly, independently and with a range of other professionals
- Knowledge of EYFS, KS1 and KS2 desirable
If you want to be part of this exciting programme, where you can make a real difference, please click here to apply attaching your CV and a supporting statement confirming why you are suitable for this role. Please click here to download the job description.
This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Closing Date: Friday 25th October 2019 at 09:00 am