Teacher of Mathematics (SEN), St. John’s School, Seaford

Teacher of Mathematics (SEN)

St. John’s School, Seaford

8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Mon-Fri

£28,000- £35,000, depending on experience.

  • John’s School and College are now looking to recruit a Maths Teacher to come and join the Seaford site and make a difference to our learners aged between 7-19.
  • Undertake teaching commitments in a range of subject areas and be responsible for a group of learners as a tutor – the age group will be decided for each academic year following consultation with the Head of Education.
  • You will have detailed knowledge and understanding of pupils’ National Curriculum/P levels and assessment as well as being able to demonstrate that knowledge and understanding. You will also be required to take account of wider curriculum developments, which are relevant to the work of St. John’s (including the school’s aims, objectives, policies and schemes of work).
  • To teach entry level examinations as well as level 1 GCSE.
  • To plan teaching and learning effectively, identifying clear teaching objectives, lesson content and lesson structures and sequences to ensure that learners can meet their fullest potential.
  • Responsible for preparing and presenting informative reports for Annual Reviews and other Multi-Disciplinary Team meeting.
  • You will liaise effectively with learners, parents/carers through informative oral and written reports on learner progress and achievements, discussing appropriate targets, and encouraging them to support their child’s learning, behaviour and progress.
  • An interest in ‘the creative arts’ would be welcome.

We aim to be a regional and national leader in transforming the lives of young people with complex learning needs through an innovative, evidence-based and compassionate approach to education.

  • We promote well-being, the basis of effective learning
  • We develop communication, the basis of engagement in society
  • We focus on skill development, the basis of a productive life
  • At all times we promote independence, a fundamental human right
  • We passionately believe that all our learners can be employed, in some form, during their lives.

St. John’s is committed to the safeguarding and protection of young people, vulnerable adults and children. Employment will be subject to the receipt of two satisfactory professional references, an enhanced DBS certificate and occupational health clearance.

We encourage applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

Please visit our website www.st-johns.co.uk/work-with-us to see a full job description and complete an application form.

Closing date is 21st February 2020