Inclusion Advisory Teacher
Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR2A
We are seeking a teacher for an exciting new role within our federation to support with increasing numbers of pupils with EHCPs, SEND and individual needs.
The successful candidate will have substantial teaching experience and/or experience of teaching pupils with SEND in a mainstream class at any phase of education, willingness and flexibility to work as part of a wider team and commitment and resilience to develop in the role with support and training.
The role of Inclusion Advisory teacher is to work closely with the Assistant Principal (Inclusion) to play a key part in raising standards for pupils with barriers to learning. You will support and advise teachers across the federation in excellent inclusive practice. The role will involve teaching and supporting individuals or small groups by being at the cutting edge of development in SEND and inclusion, modelling and sharing good practice. You will be helping to develop the federation as a centre for excellence in SEND and inclusion. The role would suit a candidate with a primary or secondary background.
As well as a competitive salary and strong professional development, Castle Newnham offers:
- well-behaved, happy, confident and enthusiastic children who are keen to learn;
- a school highly valued and supported by parents and the community;
- a nurturing, enthusiastic and committed staff, who can rise to a challenge;
- a supportive Governing Body and collaborative senior leadership team.
Closing date: Monday 8th November 2021 (12noon)
Interviews: Thursday 25th November
Socially distanced visits to the school and to gain an insight into the way in which we are developing our SEND provision are highly recommended. Please email Jannette Hedley [email protected] for an appointment to discuss the role further.
An enhanced DBS check is required for the successful applicant.
References will only be requested for candidates invited to interview.
Several Posts available
Casual contract from £9.25 p/h – flexible hours
Required December 2021, January 2022, May 2022 and June 2022
We are looking for exam invigilators to conduct exams for pupils in Year 11. The role of an exam invigilator is to conduct examination invigilation by ensuring guidelines/regulations are strictly adhered to for integrity of candidates and security of examination papers before, during and after an examination session. Previous experience would be advantageous however full training will be given.
Duties will include:
- To check the correct examination papers are present.
- To liaise directly with the Exams Officer should issues arise during the exam.
- To ensure that the right candidates attend.
- To explain examination conditions to candidates before the start of the examination.
- To control the examination environment and ensure a fair and calm process.
- To ensure that examinations are kept to time.
- To control access to the examination room.
To discuss the role in more detail, please contact Debbie Taylor ([email protected]) to arrange an appointment. Please click here to download a copy of the job description and click here for an application form.