Do you have experience teaching children within ASD? Are you creative and innovative in your approach to meeting needs?
A wonderful opportunity has arisen for an innovative, enthusiastic and hardworking teacher to join our Rainbow team. Green Wrythe Primary (part of the Greenshaw Learning Trust) is a successful and unique school because it consists of two departments; the Ark - the main school department and Rainbow - a department for children with autistic spectrum disorders. This is a school where everyone’s needs are catered for and everyone thrives in the nurturing environment.
We are looking to appoint a dynamic, SEN teacher who is able work well as a member of a team and is committed to working as part of the wider school community. Experience of teaching children with ASD in a specialist provision or mainstream setting is desirable but not essential. Applications from NQTs are also welcome.
Our Mission: We promote the well-being of everyone in a happy, vibrant, nurturing environment with high expectations for all.
Our Vision: Be the best we can be
At Greenshaw Learning Trust, we recognise our employees as our most important asset and we are aware that the quality and commitment of our employees is critical to our success.
We offer all our employees the following staff benefits:
• Excellent CPD opportunities and career progression (the Apprenticeship Levy is also used to upskill new and existing employees)
• Employer contributions to Pension
• Cycle to work scheme
• Gym membership discounts – my gym discounts
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Eye care vouchers – Corporate account with Spec Savers
For further information, please visit the school’s website. If you would like to visit the school please contact the school office in the first instance to arrange.
NQTs welcome to apply
Ideally start date to be 1st September 2021 but can be flexible and able tp consider 1st January 2022 start.
Interview dates: 24th and 25th June 2021
Green Wrythe Primary 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.
All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.