An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and inspirational teacher to join the successful Hospital and Education, Tuition and Outreach Service (HETOS). We provide educational support for children and young people with medical and/or mental health needs which prevent them from attending school full time.
Teachers for the Hospital and Education, Tuition and Outreach Service (HETOS) work with young people from Swindon across KS1-4 from across the whole ability range.
We are excited to be recruiting zero hours, one-to-one tutors. The post holder will join our team of Outreach teachers and there may be the possibility of working within other areas of the medical provision in the future.
Staff employ a broad range of skills and engagement techniques to help children and young people recognise and celebrate their strengths, overcome their difficulties, cope with their medical/mental health condition, and re-engage with life-long learning.
One-to-one teaching takes place either at home, school, or in the local community e.g. a local library. Teachers deliver a learning programme which is planned with the student’s home school with the key academic focus on English, Maths and Science.
This is an exciting opportunity for teachers who have excellent skills from either a mainstream or special provision background, and who are passionate about teaching and learning for young people who have medical needs. We are seeking a teacher with:
- Recent experience of teaching a core subjects to GCSE level and the ability to offer at least one other core subject to GCSE level.
- Recent experience of teaching KS1 or KS2.
- Is resilient, supportive and sensitive towards the needs of vulnerable pupils.
Full support and appropriate training is available to help the successful candidate settle into the school structure.
For additional information please contact HR
Contract type: Casual ZERO hours
Salary: Standard national scale in line with the current School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document plus 1 SEN point (£2,209) pro rata
Education Other Than At 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.