Luton Sixth Form College is exceptionally aspirational for the young people it currently serves and we are deeply committed to extending our work in order to have an even greater impact on educational outcomes for our young people. Established in 1966 as the first sixth form college in the country, we have an impressive track record for quality and educational excellence.
Specialist Dyslexia/SpLD Teacher (part time, hourly paid)
£26.58 per hour
Hours will be worked as and when required however, they cannot be guaranteed as this is dependent on College requirements and student needs. Working times will be mutually agreed according to the successful applicant’s commitments and student needs. We anticipate the hours are likely to be 9 teaching hours per week until the end of the academic year, however they cannot be guaranteed.
We are looking to employ a SpLD Specialist Teacher/s to offer specialist dyslexia one to one support for students studying courses from BTEC Level 2/ GCSE through to A’ levels / BTEC Level 3.
The individual requirements of students with spld vary depending on course choices and change throughout their studies from organisational needs, memory and learning strategies, literacy needs and how to make best use of their access arrangements.
We need a teacher/s who can respond to individual needs in a timely and flexible manner, to support the SEND Co ordinator in gathering information for JCQ exam access arrangements.
We are looking for teaching staff who have at least OCR Level 5 Certificate SpLD or equivalent, with experience of working with students at least at GCSE level and preferably A’Level /Level 3.
Start Date: As soon as possible
Closing date for all completed application forms: Monday 30th September 2019
Interviews planned for: w/c 7th October 2019
Luton Sixth Form College is an equal opportunity employer. It is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.