Mainscale (Inner London) plus SEN Allowance (£2,240)
Do you have a passion for making a difference to young people’s lives, a commitment to ensuring outstanding pastoral care for pupils and a positive working environment for staff? If so, this could be the role for you.
Paddock School is a growing, outstanding and innovative split site school in Roehampton and Putney for pupils aged 4 - 19 years old with moderate to severe learning difficulties with autism or severe of complex learning difficulties. Our thriving community includes a Singing and Signing Choir, a touring theatre group, sports teams and school café open to the local community.
We currently have over 200 pupils on roll with approximately 180 staff. Placements at our schools are made by the Council's Special Needs Assessment Section, in consultation with the headteacher and parent(s) or carer(s).
The Governors and Executive Headteacher of Paddock School are looking to appoint an enthusiastic classteachers to work as part of our team at Paddock School. You will be an outstanding class teacher and enjoy demonstrating your creativity and excellent interpersonal skills in supporting us to work towards our vision – To Nurture, Inspire and Transform Lives.
The successful candidates will maintain, build on and extend established outstanding practice in order to meet each pupil’s individual needs. All staff are provided with bespoke training. The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Department and Head of School.
Please indicate whether you are interested in a role within the Primary or Secondary phase.
We pride ourselves on the warm, nurturing culture of the School and staff share a deep commitment to supporting the individual needs of pupils; every pupil here is known, understood and nurtured.
We offer excellent training and support along with a pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and other well-being benefits.
Please note: Applicants must be available for interview on Friday 29th May 2020
Paddock School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.