Reach Primary Learning Centre would like to welcome a dynamic and inspirational teacher to join their team in
September 2020 or as soon as possible.
This is a permanent contract, 5 days a week.
We are an alternative provision which is part of the South Area Inclusion Partnership located in South Leeds.
We have thirty five pupils in our Centre, all with S.E.M.H needs. Our main aim is to help them return to
mainstream education or the appropriate specialist provision.
You will be joining a team of inclusive, supportive, positive and forward thinking individuals who strive to
improve the quality of education for our most vulnerable pupils.
You will play a key role in creating a creative, learning-focused culture and supporting an ethos which leads to
high standards, a caring approach and a safe and happy environment.
We are looking for a teacher who is:
● Innovative and highly motivated to inspire, enthuse, engage and challenge children
● Able to build positive relationships with children, parents, professionals and the staff team
● Proven to have a high drive and resilience to support children with their SEMH needs
● Support the ethos of unconditional positive regard to ensure all children are included
● Dedicated to their own development and that of others, with a drive to ensure all children achieve
their full potential
● You will be responsible for leading the curriculum throughout the Centre
If you are excited by this opportunity please complete the attached application form and return to Miss Elvidge
by 12 noon on Friday 13th March.
This is a permanent post, M1 - UPS 3 + 1 SEN point. You will be employed by Leeds City Council.
All appointments are subject to a full DBS check. If shortlisted, we will apply for references. All references
must be from the most senior person in the organisation or school.
Interviews will take place as soon as possible.
Please contact Miss Ali Elvidge, the headteacher for any further information (see how to apply)
Reach Primary Learning Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all children.
Reach Primary Learning Centre 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.