Newbury Manor School, Newbury, Mells, Frome, BA11 3RG

Employer: Newbury Manor School

Salary: MPS 1 - 6 plus SEN, UQTR for Unqualified Teachers

Hours: 32.5

Closing: 28th June 2024

Due to expansion, Newbury Manor School are looking to recruit an outstanding Secondary Teacher to join our Teaching team! We are looking for an ambitious, energetic and committed teacher who will expand the learning experiences of our pupils.  The successful candidate will be teaching and supporting our young people who may have autism, emotional behavioural difficulties, ADHD and associated complex needs. We are looking for a  teacher who is able to teach Maths and ICT, but we would consider other specialisms for the right candidate. We offer a free mini bus service from Frome to the school. 

Please note that you must already have the right to work in the UK.


  • Exclusive access to reward and discount scheme
  • Blue Light discount card
  • Comprehensive induction
  • Commitment to your ongoing training and career progression
  • Paid for enhanced PVG/DBS
  • SEN allowance 
  • Teacher’s pension 
  • Wellbeing support
  • Cycle to work scheme and more!

Newbury Manor School is a specialist school for young people aged 7 to 19 with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). The school is located in a Georgian manor house set in extensive grounds with outbuildings in a beautiful, rural location near Frome in Somerset. Our tailored approach means we are able to support young people with a wide range of needs, from those who are broadly average in their ability to others, who have more severe learning difficulties.

We provide an environment where young people are offered safe, secure and predictable surroundings in which they can come to understand their own areas of difficulty and learn skills and techniques to overcome them. This ensures they are able to fulfil their potential socially, academically, physically and spiritually and enables them to build their self-esteem and self-belief. Our ethos was created in the belief that a positive, supportive, achieving culture is essential for good pupil progress. We seek to maximise independence and individual potential so pupils gain the skills to live happy, meaningful and fulfilling lives.

You will be required to carry out the professional duties covered by the latest School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document.

  • The post holder will be expected to undertake duties in line with the professional standards for qualified teachers and uphold the professional code of the General Teaching Council for England.
  • Teach a class of young people, and ensure that planning, preparation, recording, assessment and reporting meet their varying learning and social needs.
  • Have significant experience of using recognised and appropriate teaching strategies for our students who have Special Educational Needs (SEN).
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to all stakeholders including the Senior Leadership Team (SLT), Governors (as required) and parents / carers.
  • Keep accurate up to date records of assessments of learning and progress of each student and match against aspirational and appropriate targets.
  • Maintain the positive ethos and core values of the school, both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Work cohesively with key workers and the in-house therapeutic team to follow care plans and assist in creating educational schemes of work.
  • Provide the highest standards of professional practice and safeguarding.

As part of Aspris Children’s Services, we are immensely proud of the career pathway and training we can offer you. We ask that you can demonstrate the values needed for a role, transferable skills and life experience and in return we will give you all the training and support you need to progress.

 Aspris is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  All applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening appropriate to the post, including checks with Disclosure & Barring Service and at least 2 references which cover the last 3 years; for all our services we will request references from where you have worked with either Children or Vulnerable Adults.  Please be advised that references may be requested prior to interview for roles within our Schools.