Full Time Computing Teacher Required
Salary: Main Pay Scale 1 – 6 + SEN Allowance (£27,984 to £41,400)
As part of a supportive staff team, you will have a passion for improving the lives for autistic pupils and their families. You will have a commitment to planning and delivering engaging lessons and you will engage with a wide range of professionals, including therapists and psychologists to ensure all pupils are reaching their full potential.
Are you ‘an outstanding professional looking for a new challenge in a unique environment’?
Sutherland House School is a non-maintained specialist school for autistic children and young people aged 3-19. The school prides itself on creating personalised learning opportunities with a vision for reaching potential for each individual pupil. We offer small class groups, favourable staffing levels and excellent opportunities for training and professional development. The school has an Ofsted rating of Good. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
Previous experience with ASD, SLD, PMLD, SEMH or teaching in an additional need’s environment is desirable however full training and support will be given.
Please note: only completed application forms will be considered for shortlisting.
Closing Date for completed applications is: 16th November 2021
Interviews scheduled to take place w/c: 22nd November 2021
Due to the volume of applications, please note that this advert may close early.
Autism East Midlands is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Please note successful applicants will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check at a cost to the individual.
Registered Charity Number 517954
Please note this will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references and an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check - cost will be met by Autism East Midlands*
*Successful applicant will need to sign up to the annual DBS Update Service at a current cost of £13 per year
Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people.