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Teacher of Mathematics

Full time – Permanent to start in September 2022

We are keen to recruit a teacher of mathematics to a permanent post as our all-through provision continues to expand.

We seek a teacher who will enthuse pupils to learn with a combination of great subject knowledge, energy, dedication and warmth of approach. We are forward looking in that we embrace innovation and research-based practice with a strong emphasis on training and development and would welcome applications from colleagues with a similarly outward-looking approach. The role will involve working collaboratively and enthusiastically as part of the extremely supportive team. The post is suitable for ambitious colleagues at any stage of their career.

As well as a supportive team and strong professional development Castle Newnham offers:

  • well-behaved, happy, confident and enthusiastic pupils 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;
  • great opportunities to make your mark and to be part of something exciting and unique

Please email Jannette Hedley [email protected] for an appointment to discuss the role further. To view a copy of the application pack, please click here. To download a copy of the application form, please click here. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] by the closing date. Previous applicants need not apply.

Closing Date: Monday 31st January 2022 (Mid-day)

Interviews: TBC

                           Castle Newnham Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

The position requires an enhanced criminal records bureau (DBS) disclosure

 

Teacher / Adviser (Inclusion)

 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.  Our vision is that every member of our staff team is equipped with the right knowledge and skills to make them successful in teaching and supporting all of our pupils, regardless of starting point or background or barrier to learning.

The successful candidate will have substantial teaching experience and/or experience of teaching pupils with SEND in a mainstream class, 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) and teaching and support staff 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 and will also teach and support individuals or small groups to overcome specific barriers to accessing learning in the classroom.  You will be at the cutting edge of development in SEND and inclusion, modelling and sharing good practice and 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 teaching 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;
  • great CPD opportunities, including preparation for further leadership;
  • a supportive Governing Body and collaborative senior leadership team.

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. To view a copy of the application pack, please click here. To download a copy of the application form, please click here. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] by the closing date. Previous applicants need not apply.

Closing date: Monday 31st January 2022 (12 noon)          

Interviews: Week commencing Monday 7th February

 

 Castle Newnham Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

The position requires an enhanced criminal records bureau (DBS) disclosure

 

SENDCo (Primary)

Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR2B

We are seeking a teacher for an exciting role within our federation which is suitable for a new SENDCo but also an experienced SENDCo who may wish to develop their knowledge and experience of the primary phase or who would like the opportunity to work closely with our three SEND classes for pupils with MLD.  The successful candidate will have substantial teaching experience and/or experience of teaching pupils with SEND in a mainstream class, good knowledge of best practice in SEND provision in the secondary phase and preferably experience of co-ordinating provision for pupils with SEND.  They will have the 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 SENDCo (Primary) is to work closely with the Assistant Principal (Inclusion), an experienced Secondary SENDCo and the Federation Assistant SENDCo to oversee the day-to-day provision for pupils with SEND.  This will be particularly in the primary phase but with some work with pupils and families in Secondary and with key areas of responsibility relating to SEND across the federation.  You will play a key role in leading the development of aligned practice in supporting and removing barriers to learning and promoting inclusion.  The role will involve line managing members of the teaching assistant team.  We are seeking a colleague with ambition for each child and with the skills and experience to ensure strong working relationships with members of the SEND team, parents, teachers and support staff.  Support, mentoring and training will be provided.

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.

Please email Jannette Hedley [email protected] for an appointment to discuss the role further. To view a copy of the application pack, please click here. To download a copy of the application form, please click here. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] by the closing date.

Closing date: Monday 31st January 2022 (12 noon)          

Interviews: TBA

 

 Castle Newnham Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

The position requires an enhanced criminal records bureau (DBS) disclosure

 

Teaching Assistant

NJC level 2A point 3-4

Full time 31.67 hours, term time only

Permanent to start ASAP

We are keen to recruit a teaching assistant to permanent posts as our SEND provision expands. We are looking preferably for someone with experience of a similar role within the education system and/or the personal skills and resilience to develop in the role to support our secondary pupils and pupils in years 5 & 6.   The role is to work in classroom settings to identify and develop strategies to support pupils in overcoming barriers to their learning.  Working alongside teaching staff and existing pastoral systems you will provide an extra layer of support for pupils in the school.  You may also be asked to deliver programmes of support for literacy or numeracy to small groups of pupils. The post would provide excellent experience for a person wishing to move on to a career in teaching.

As well as a supportive team and strong professional development Castle Newnham offers:

  • well-behaved, happy, confident and enthusiastic pupils 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;
  • great opportunities to make your mark and to be part of something exciting and unique

To discuss the role in more detail, please contact Mrs Hedley ([email protected]) to arrange a telephone appointment. To view a copy of the application pack, please click here. To download a copy of the application form, please click here. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected] by the closing date. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY

Closing Date: Monday 7th February 2022 (Mid-day)

Interviews: TBA

    Castle Newnham Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

The position requires an enhanced criminal records bureau (DBS) disclosure

 

Clerk to Governors

To start January 2022

£120 per meeting 

We are seeking an experienced clerk to governors to work with our chair of governors, full governing body and the federation senior leadership team. Your main responsibilities will be to prepare and send out agendas as per the governors calendar of meetings. You will need to attend meetings of governing body and committee meetings (currently virtual), take minutes and deal with resulting correspondence.

To discuss the role in more detail, please contact Jannette Hedley ([email protected]) to arrange an appointment to meet with the chair of Governors. To download a copy of the application form, please click here. To view the job description and person specification, please click here. Completed applications should be emailed to Jannette Hedley ([email protected]) by Monday 31st January 2022.

We reserve the right to remove this advert should a suitable applicant be found before the deadline date.

 

 Castle Newnham Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children

The position requires an enhanced criminal records bureau (DBS) disclosure

 

 

It is an offence to apply for any of our vacancies if you are barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.

To view a copy of our child protection policy please click here.