Primary Teacher KS1 & KS2 – Talbot House Children’s Charity
Talbot House Childrens Charity - School
Competitive, we will consider all salaries for this role, equivalent M1 to M6.
Full time - 39 hours per week (term time plus some days as required e.g. GCSE results day). Working Monday to Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm and 8:00am to 3:00pm on a Friday (Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 4:30pm and 8:30am to 3:30pm on a Friday).
10th Sep 2023
Talbot House Children’s Charity are looking to recruit a passionate and experienced Primary Teacher to join our growing team.
Applicants must hold QTS with full Early Career Teacher (ECT) Status (formally NQT), to apply.
The suitable applicants must have experience of working with SEN pupils with complex needs, including SEMH, ASD, ADHD, trauma, and attachment, to work in our growing school. Some of our pupils may have multiple needs.
We are a non-maintained special school with pupils ranging from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4, this role is to teach Key Stage 1 & 2. Class sizes are rarely bigger than 6 pupils.
The applicant should have excellent knowledge of the curriculum, have classroom management skills and high expectations for all pupils to achieve their potential and have current or recent experience of working with KS1 and KS2 pupils.
See our Job Description and Personal Specification for full details of the vacancy. If you believe you have what it takes to become part of our fantastic team please apply.
Salary: competitive, we will consider all salaries for this role, equivalent M1 to M6. We offer a part SEN allowance for this role (this will rise again in April 2024 and to full minimum SEN in April 2025). Further details will be explained to those invited for an interview.
Start date: September 2023 or January 2024 (pending your notice period requirements).
Working at the Charity you will:
receive death in service benefit, equal to 4 x basic salary, plus many other benefits such as employer assist program (EAP), GP and physio access and more.
be offered access to an independent financial advisor.
join the Teachers Pension Scheme.
attend staff events.
be working with a passionate team.
work in a bright and modern environment, with ample parking and grounds.
be provided with meals while at work.
be added to the DBS update service, paid for by the Charity.
- be offered opportunities to undertake training and gain qualifications relevant to the role.
Close Date: midnight, Sunday, 10 September 2023
Shortlisting Date: w/c Monday, 11 September 2023
Interview Date: w/c 11 / 18 September 2023
To apply, please complete the application form attached, remember to read our ‘tips for applicants’ and use the personal specification to help you compete the application form successfully. Those who read our tips for applicants document are far more likely to complete the application the high standards we require, and are therefore more likely to be invited for interview.
If you have any queries regarding this position or the application process, please contact HR on: 0191 229 0111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Talbot House Childrens Charity - School
Talbot House Children’s Charity Limited is situated in the North East of England and comprises a special educational needs school and a residential care home for children.
The Charity provides a positive alternative for children and young adults who have had difficulties in mainstream provision. These young people are at a higher level of risk emotionally and/or physically. They can also be experiencing educational and social exclusion.
Talbot House Children’s Charity aims to help young people with complex needs to bridge the transition into adult life and have opportunities to flourish in society, with confidence.
Enhancing self-esteem and providing a nurturing approach are fundamental principles at Talbot House and require sensitivity and non-rejection as a cornerstone. They are fully embraced by an expert team in place, who strive to develop positive outcomes for young people in their care.
Talbot House is a registered children’s charity, which provides a nurturing and supportive environment for children and young people with complex needs.
We aim to ensure every child aspires to become the best they can be. To achieve this, our staff must also aspire to be the best they can be and share our values; to care for, respect and support one another in this endeavour.Visit School Website