Bright Futures School is looking to recruit one full time or two part time teachers with management experience as well as a specialism in literacy and / or numeracy at secondary level. Salary to be negotiated. The successful candidate(s), as well as having a teaching role to develop pupils’ skills for the world after Bright Futures school, will be required to work closely with the Head of Learning in securing and maintaining a suitable curriculum which will help our pupils move forwards in the next steps of their academic lives. Experience of working in a management role would be helpful as is a knowledge and understanding of SEN with particular reference to autism and EHC plans.
Interested candidates should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a current CV and statement of interest detailing your suitability and experience for either post.
There is no closing date for this expression of interest and any appropriate appointment may go on to be subject to a formal interview. It is vital that we find the right person / people who will join our committed team of 15 staff, dedicated to get the best outcomes for our pupils, all of whom have autism as well as high levels of anxieties which may present barriers to the usual educational routes to the world outside of Bright Futures School.
We are always looking to hear from people who may like to work at Bright Futures School. We need people who can join our hard working, friendly and supportive team and engage pupils in meaningful and innovative activities across the curriculum, as well as planning and delivering basic literacy and numeracy skills.
Previous experience of working in a school is desirable, as is a creative approach to children’s learning that will support the school vision as outlined on the school website www.brightfuturesschool.co.uk The ability to engage pupils in meaningful and innovative activities and build up trusting relationships is essential.
If you would like to be considered for future positions, please email the school admin support, Christina Stocks – email@example.com
We are always keen to provide opportunities for volunteers to gain experience of working with children with autism.
If you feel that you have something to offer us and could spare a few hours/days a week in a supporting classroom role or in the garden/workshop, or even as a handyperson, please read our volunteer policy (available on our Policies page) and complete the application form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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