Start date: September 2020
Salary scale: MPS + SEN 1 allowance (Inner London Area) NQT’s are welcome to apply
Details: Full time, permanent.
Holiday: The school year for pupils is approximately 40 weeks. The Teacher’s holiday entitlement will be taken outside the six school half terms.
The Trustees and Governors seek to appoint a Teacher to start in September 2020. This will be a fabulous opportunity for an outstanding primary, secondary practitioner or NQT who would like to progress and further develop their skills.
Tram House School (part of BeyondAutism Schools) is an independent special school for children and young people aged 14-19 with autism. We are fortunate to have an incredible team of highly committed and forward-thinking staff. With dedicated core class teams alongside administrative and fundraising staff, Governors and Trustees everyone shares the common goal, to empower our pupils to lead rewarding lives and to fulfil their potential.
You will be able to offer:
• High quality, creative teaching and learning
• Knowledge of teaching within the Foundation Stage
• Passion about supporting children with autism
• Excellent organisational skills
• Hard work and commitment to a school that is always striving for improvement in standards
You will join a supportive staff where teamwork, flexibility and a positive personality are essential attributes. Visits to the school are encouraged and warmly welcomed.
At Tram House School, we strive towards empowering our young adults to lead fuller lives for the future. We focus on understanding the journey that our young adults are on and the need to build their skills and understanding as far as possible, whilst equipping them with meaningful qualifications and the resilience to use these in their future lives.
Closing date: Friday 10th July
Interviews: w/c Monday 13th July , 2020
BeyondAutism Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced disclosure will be conducted for the successful applicant.
Beyond Autism 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.