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Teacher (Marlborough Centre)
  • Employer: Hoo St Werburgh Primary School
  • Reference: HSWPS/21/147349
  • Published: Thu 01/04/2021, 13:10 PM
  • Closing on: Tue 20/04/2021, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time, Part Time
  • Hours: 32.5 hours per week
  • Salary: Main Pay Scale - M1 - M6 (£25,714 - £36,961)
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Hoo St Werburgh Primary School, Kent

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Teacher (Marlborough Centre)

Marlborough Centre at Hoo St. Werburgh Primary School
Pottery Road, Hoo, Rochester, Kent ME3 9BS
Telephone: 01634 338080
Email: greek190@rivermeadinclusivetrust.org

We are seeking to appoint a committed, creative and effective teacher to join our team. The post will be in the Marlborough Centre, which is a specialist provision for children with complex needs on the autistic spectrum. This post will be from September 2021 part time would be considered.

Hoo St Werburgh Primary School & Marlborough Centre was graded Good by Ofsted in September 2018 with the Inspectors noting:

“Pupils’ personal development is outstanding. They feel valued, secure and very safe in school.”
“Adults in the Marlborough Centre have an excellent understanding of pupils’ special educational needs.
Adults respond flexibly and perceptively to pupils’ individual needs during lessons, and make good use of a wide range of resources and approaches. Well-organised classrooms allow pupils to focus on learning effectively.”
“High expectations, well-established routines and skilful teaching ensure that pupils who attend the
Marlborough Centre behave well.”

This is a very exciting time to be joining our team as we continue working together to develop an Outstanding provision for our children.

The successful candidate will work as part of a team delivering individualised curricula which provides children with appropriate opportunities to make outstanding progress in every aspect of their learning and development. Knowledge of working with children on the autistic spectrum and experience of working within the specialist education sector is preferable. However, we are more than happy to hear from candidates from the mainstream sector. You should be a consistently good or better classroom practitioner with strongly developed skills in assessment for learning. Alongside a resilient and positive nature, a sense of humour is essential!

We can offer you
• An opportunity to work within a supportive Trust with a wide range of expertise
• Excellent professional development and support
• A well-resourced specialist provision
• Care First
• Child Care Vouchers
• A strong sense of team and community
• The opportunity to work with us to make a difference

NQTs would be considered.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

Interviews: Week Beginning 3rd May 2021

 

 

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