Teacher of IT
  • Employer: Presfield High School & Specialist College
  • Reference: PHSSC/21/149474
  • Published: Fri 30/04/2021, 9:00 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 17/05/2021, 10:00 AM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: To be confirmed
  • Salary: MPS + SEN1
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Presfield High School and Specialist College, Merseyside

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Teacher of IT


Teacher of ICT

Required from September 2021 (Permanent Full Time)

We are looking for an outstanding and innovative ICT Teacher with QTS to join our fantastic team at Presfield High School. As an ICT Teacher, you will have responsibility for the ICT curriculum and take a creative approach to teaching pupils according to their educational needs in a way that maximises children’s achievement.  The successful candidate will be an  innovative teacher, capable of teaching KS3, KS4 and KS5. They will develop and drive forward an exciting curriculum that builds on students interests and offers qualifications to meet a variety of ability levels.  

Your work will be challenging and rewarding in equal measure and you will be working in a school where we maintain a strong safeguarding culture, where pupils are listened to, respected and involved in as many decisions as possible. You will be expected to share our vision of shaping futures, changing lives by empowering vulnerable young people, to advocate for themselves, be happy and contribute positively to society.

Whilst prior knowledge of Autism and previous experience of working in an SEN environment would be desirable, excellent teaching skills, commitment and levels of resilience are just as important. 

We welcome applications of all ranges of experience including NQT.

When it comes to looking after our students, we never settle for second best.

About Us

Presfield High School is an oversubscribed specialist provision which caters for students with a primary diagnosis of Autism from age 11 through to 19. All our 111 students have an EHCP which identifies Autism as their primary need. We are advocates of Dr Stephen Shore’s belief that “If you have met one child with autism you have met ONE child with autism”. This underpins all that we do and we are committed to challenging the stereotypical views that are often associated with Autism. 

We passionately believe in empowering our students and their families to advocate for their individual needs to support them to make meaningful contributions to society and to gain employment if that is their chosen destination. This is demonstrated in our diverse curriculum that promotes an aspirational academic and social pathway. 

We are committed to promoting the safeguarding and welfare of children and Young People and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All successful applicants will be requested to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Due to the nature of the work involved, this post is "exempt" from the provision of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

Interested candidates are welcome to attend for an informal tour around the school, however due to COVID-19, tours will be conducted after 3.30pm and candidates will be required to wear a face covering whilst on school premises. Please contact the School Office on 01704 227831 should you wish to arrange a tour of the school.

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