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Literacy and Numeracy Teacher / Coordinator

MPS / NJC Grade 4 (point 8-14) – £19,945-22,662 pro rata / Unqualified teacher range £17,208-27,462

Dependant on skills and experience

September Start

FT / 32.5hrs per week or Flexible Working Patterns Considered / Term Time Only

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic, dynamic, inspirational and highly motivated professional to join our successful school. This role has been created to support the delivery of highly effective progression in literacy and numeracy from KS2 to KS3. Working within our SEND department, the successful candidate will bring knowledge of Key Stage 2 and support in delivering Key Stage 3 lessons to ensure maximum student progress.

Support will be provided for this transition from primary to secondary (if required) and further development will be given to the successful candidate to enhance their skillset to include teaching up to Key Stage 4 with a focus on SEND and lower ability students.

We require confident people who can relate well to students and are committed to supporting teaching and learning. Previous classroom experience is preferred but not essential.

This post could suit a range of applicants from a graduate considering moving on to their PGCE or a former teacher considering a return to the profession. Primary colleagues who are looking to move into a secondary school setting are also encouraged to apply. Applications are also invited from candidates who feel they could fulfil this role on an unqualified basis.

The post will initially be recruited for a fixed term of one year. The successful candidate will have:

  • Excellent literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Motivation and flexibility to work across departments and have a real passion for working with young adults at secondary school age.
  • Behaviour Management skills and experience in SEN
  • Effective organisation and communication skills.
  • Will have good communication skills with the ability to work on your own initiative, but also be able to work flexibly as part of a team.
  • The ability to act as a positive role model and set high standards.

We are able to offer staff a supportive environment with continuous professional development and excellent facilities. If you have the vision and drive for excellence and want to join an independent academy where relationships for learning are fundamental to our continued success we would be delighted to hear from you.

The Academy is committed to equality of experience for all staff and students.  We operate safer recruitment, robust child protection procedures and require evidence of DBS clearance for all employees. Checks will also be made with previous employers.  If you require any assistance with your application please telephone HR Manager, Helen Upson on 01777 713705.

Closing date for applications

10am on Friday 31st May 2019

Interviews w/c 3rd June 2019

Job Description

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Maths / Science / English Graduate Positions

NJC Grade 4 (point 19-23) – £19,446-£21,693 pro rata

September Start

Full Time (32.5hrs per week) or Flexible Working Patterns Considered / Term Time Only

The Elizabethan Academy are seeking to recruit a number of enthusiastic graduates in our core curriculum areas. The successful candidates will undertake specialist small group work in core disciplines, support within lessons, provide classroom supervision for pupils where teacher colleagues are absent from duty and some administration support.

We require confident people who can relate well to students and are committed to supporting teaching and learning. Previous classroom experience is preferred but not essential. This post could suit a range of applicants from a graduate considering moving on to their PGCE or a former teacher considering a return to the profession.

The post will initially be recruited for a fixed term of one year.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Excellent literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Motivation and flexibility to work across departments and have a real passion for working with young adults at secondary school age.
  • Behaviour Management skills.
  • Effective organisation and communication skills.
  • Will have good communication skills with the ability to work on your own initiative, but also be able to work flexibly as part of a team.
  • The ability to act as a positive role model and set high standards.

We are able to offer staff a supportive environment with continuous professional development and excellent facilities. If you have the vision and drive for excellence and want to join an independent academy where relationships for learning are fundamental to our continued success we would be delighted to hear from you.

The Academy is committed to equality of experience for all staff and students.  We operate safer recruitment, robust child protection procedures and require evidence of DBS clearance for all employees. Checks will also be made with previous employers. 

For any application assistance please telephone HR Manager, Helen Upson on 01777 713705.

Closing date for applications

10am on Friday 31st May 2019

Interviews w/c 3rd June 2019

Application Form