Science Teacher – SEN College – Cranborne, Dorset
Salary: £28,000.00 -£42,131.00 (M1-UPS2)
Hours: 40 hours a week, Term Time Only
Do you have experience teaching young adults with SEMH difficulties?
Are you a passionate and qualified Science Teacher who can start in May or soon after?
Can you get to Cranborne in Dorset?
If so, please read on…
We are supporting a college that is based in a beautiful manor house. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty this college sits in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50-acre campus, located in the Dorset countryside near the village of Cranborne. The college facilities include multi use sports areas, beautifully manicured gardens, a forestry school, in and outdoor therapy spaces, horticulture and animal care spaces, a motor vehicle workshop and much more.
The main purpose of the role:
As their Science Teacher, you will deliver high quality teaching and learning to young people aged 16-25 with social and emotional difficulties, anxiety disorders and mental health needs. The focus is on increasing academic and vocational qualifications and knowledge, whilst achieving independent living skills that will equip young people for the next stage in their lives, be that further education, training or work. The students may present with challenging behaviours.
The science qualifications this college deliver are BTEC Firsts in Applied Science and Application of Science, so previous experience and knowledge on these syllabuses would be desireable.
Contribute to the delivery and development of the curriculum, having regard to the educational, physical and social needs of the students within a learning environment.
Work collaboratively with other members of staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
Maintain and use short, medium and long term plans in delivering the curriculum.
Set, monitor and review personalised targets that will optimise learning for each individual.
Contribute to the review of Statements and EHC plans, PEP and LAC reviews.
Provide clear structures for lessons maintaining pace, motivation and challenge.
Assist in the development of the curriculum offer. To maintain an overall awareness of current issues in the field of autism in order to be able to plan for effective teaching and learning.
Manage a delegated budget as required.
Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.
For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Paul on 01293 527416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org