Vacancies at Haybrook
Teacher of KS3 Maths & PSCHE
MPS/UPS with additional allowances for London fringe and SEND
FULL TIME - PERMANENT/TEMPORARY
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the team of Haybrook College and make a real difference in the lives of Slough’s most vulnerable young people.
The ideal candidate will find this post challenging, exciting, varied and fulfilling. You will be working at Millside SEMH Special School with a range of dedicated staff, including Head of Centre, SENDCo and Senior Leadership, who all want to achieve the best possible outcomes for our cohort of young people.
You will be an energetic, highly resilient and adaptable individual who can ensure challenges are met and problems are solved. A high level of understanding of SEMH, SEND, safeguarding, equality and fairness are very important, as well as a good sense of humour, openness and compassion; all of which will be needed in this role to support young people through these challenging times.
As a Teacher of Maths and PSCHE you will have experience of teaching pupils with a range of vulnerabilities, challenging behaviour or SEND, and above all, have the desire and drive to see the most vulnerable young people in society succeed.
About the role:
- Working with Head of Centre, you will provide vision and strategic leadership which inspires and motivates young people, staff and all other members of the College community.
- You will deliver your subject to ensure that all young people you teach make at least expected progress towards becoming independent learners.
- Working with the Moving on Coordinator/Careers Lead, you will embed the College’s approach to CEAIG to ensure the successful transition of young people into further Education, Employment or Training.
- To carry out the duties of this post in line with the remit outlined in the current School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document including the conditions of employment for teachers and the College policies.
Working is special education is not for everyone but if you are the type of teacher that complex young people gravitate to, then it could be for you. We can offer slightly reduced timetables, guaranteed PPA, wellbeing services and up to date technology to support your role.
This post is suitable for those with either a mainstream or special school background, with a strong understanding of SEMH or how to meet pupils’ needs. The post will be paid on the main to upper pay scale with additional allowances for London fringe and SEND.
We will consider applications from NQT’s or unqualified teachers with extensive experience in the sector. We look forward to welcoming you for a visit or having an informal conversation prior to the deadline by contacting Suzanne Green (Executive Head Teacher’s PA) on 01628 696075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is 9am Tuesday 19th of October and the interview will take place on Thursday 21st October, with an expected start date of 1st January 2021 or sooner if possible.
Please email completed application forms to email@example.com
Behaviour / Learning Support / SEN Mentors
Starting salary £17,350
Term Time Only (39 weeks per year), 37 hours per week
We are seeking Behaviour / Learning Support / SEN Mentors to work at our secondary alternative provision in Slough. Haybrook College educates young people aged 11 to 19 who have challenging and complex Social, Emotional, and Mental Health difficulties (SEMH) or medical needs. We have multiple provisions offering a range of high quality and personalised educational programmes. These help to make positive changes in the lives of our young people and ensure the best possible educational outcomes.
As a Behaviour / Learning Support / SEN Mentor, you will support the learning, achievement and development of pupils to ensure they leave school with the best possible outcomes. You will play a key role in supporting teachers by mentoring young people with SEMH who may also have significant gaps in their schooling or be disaffected with education. The pupils have varying learning needs and may have challenging behaviour and you will support them to make positive choices about their future. Additionally, you will provide support for offsite activities, personal development and sports programmes.
Experience of working with young people who have SEND, complex social and emotional difficulties, specific learning needs or who may find a mainstream school environment challenging would be advantageous. This may be as a mentor, teaching assistant, youth worker or other support role.
You need to be confident and engaging with excellent interpersonal skills so you can motivate pupils and colleagues. You should have good numeracy and communication skills (both written and verbal) and are able to remain calm in difficult and challenging circumstances.
Interested candidates are encouraged to look at our website www.haybrookcollege.co.uk to see the different programmes on offer.
Closing date - 9am on 8th November 2021
As part of our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, it is College policy to obtain references prior to interview. Applicants will be required to undertake a DBS enhanced disclosure. Haybrook College strives to be an equal opportunities employer and recruits from all sections of the community solely on basis of ability to fulfil the job requirements.