Are you an outstanding teacher, with SEND/ASD as your specialist area, looking for a new teaching role in a large 2 FE primary school?Are you looking for an exciting opportunity in a forward-looking school to develop your own teaching skills and improve outcomes for all children?Due to the promotion of the previous post holder to the role of whole-school SENCO we are looking for an outstanding experienced teacher with high expectations of children’s learning and behaviour to lead our SNSC for fifteen Key Stage 2 children and to join our supportive and hardworking staff team. Qualifications/experience in teaching children with ASD would be desirable.The successful applicant will: • Be an outstanding teacher• Have a proven track record for securing excellent rates of progress for all children no matter where their starting point or individual needs• Motivate, lead, support and challenge colleagues to develop their professional skills and practice and improve pupils’ outcomes• Make effective use of data, tracking and monitoring to secure consistent high quality teaching and learning and outcomes for all pupils• Have high expectations of themselves and others• Be hardworking and resilient• Have energy and vision to work with our talented teaching team across the whole school, in particular the SENCO, to further improve our and provision and inclusive practice for children with SEND• Play a key part in the journey of our forward-moving school• Have strong interpersonal skills• Develop a strong partnership with parents, other agencies and the community• Contribute to the wider life of our schoolWe can offer you: • A great opportunity to make a difference to our children• A strong ethos of inclusion and opportunities for all• The exciting challenge of taking our school to “good” and then onto “outstanding”• A committed team of leadership and teaching colleagues and governors who are committed and passionate about driving the school forward and improving outcomes for all pupils• A wide range of experiences and excellent professional development opportunities in our diverse and forward-moving school• A happy and harmonious school community built on strong Christian foundations• A school with excellent facilities and extensive grounds• An easily-accessible school, close to Redhill town centre and railway stationApplicants are expected to be sympathetic to the Christian ethos of the school.Prospective candidates are encouraged to come and visit the school and discuss the post. We would love to show you our school. Please contact Mrs Helen Connolly, Office Manager to make an appointment.Please see attached documents for further details, and visit our website for more information about our School.Closing date: Wednesday 29th March 2017 (School closed for Easter holidays 3-17th April)Interviews: Thursday 20th April 2017St Matthew’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.
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St Matthew's CofE Primary School
Linkfield LaneRedhillSurreyRH1 1JF
Phase: Primary Schools
No. of Pupils: 475
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