Fullerton House School, Children’s Services, Denaby, Doncaster
• Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
• National Teachers Pension
• 55 days Holiday
• 33.75 hours per week (directed time)
Fullerton House School, part of the Hesley Group are seeking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic Teacher to enable our young people to maximise their potential who, although aged 8-19, work at levels far below their chronological ages. A practical and engaging approach will ensure a fun and effective learning experience for the students and a rewarding opportunity for the right candidate.
Fullerton House School students all have complex needs, behaviors that challenge and severe learning disabilities arising mainly from autism.
About the role
The successful candidate will be a confident, passionate teacher who has a strong interest and enthusiasm in developing further as a teacher in this setting. We are looking for a teacher who loves working with children and can offer skills that will help our pupils make excellent progress. Our teaching staff will teach across the National Curriculum and be able to engage pupils with significant barriers to learning relating to autism, communication and behavioral needs.
We are looking for an excellent practitioner who can provide evidence of good or outstanding teaching and has high expectations of all children.
You will be qualified for post, holding either a QTS or QTLS qualification. Candidates with experience in either special schools or mainstream schools are welcome to apply. Support will be given during induction for colleagues new to the sector.
In return for your hard work and commitment, you will be supported in your continuous professional development and become a valued member of the education team and the school at large.
The closing date is 14th May 2019.
Hesley Group is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks are made on all employees who may have unsupervised contact with vulnerable people.
Fullerton House 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.