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If you would like to build a career that gives you genuine sense of achievement and fulfilment knowing that you can have a positive impact on the young people we support, then look no further and apply today.
Unsted Park School are looking to recruit an outstanding Senior Key Stage 2 Teacher to join our Teaching team! We are looking for an ambitious, energetic and committed teacher who will expand the learning experiences of our pupils. The successful candidate will be teaching and supporting our young people who may have autism, emotional behavioural difficulties, ADHD and associated complex needs.
The post will suit professional individuals who are prepared to work flexibly in a vibrant, caring and supportive environment. It would be beneficial for all candidates to visit the school prior to applying so that they can appreciate the responsibilities of this post and meet members of the Senior Leadership Team.
Our benefits include exclusive access to reward and discount scheme, comprehensive induction, commitment to your ongoing training and career progression, Teacher pension scheme, paid for enhanced DBS, wellbeing support, cycle to work scheme and more!
Unsted Park School is a specialist residential and day school and 6th Form for children and young people with high functioning Autistic Spectrum Condition (or Aspergers). We are committed to providing the highest level of education and care in a safe, positive environment that enables each individual to achieve his or her maximum potential.
The focus of the whole school approach is in three core areas: education, independence and inclusion. Based on these core areas we provide individual, child-centered programmes which recognise individual abilities and strengths and help students to reach their full potential.
Our students may need some additional help occasionally and can benefit from working very closely with the in-house therapy team where there are sensory / communication needs.
As part of Aspris Children’s Services, we are immensely proud of the career pathway and training we can offer you. We ask that you can demonstrate the values needed for a role, transferable skills and life experience and in return we will give you all the training and support you need to progress.
We strongly believe in developing our own talent and growing our teachers into successful middle and senior leaders.
The successful candidate will be a qualified teacher and ideally have experience of teaching and supporting young people within SEN, along with the following characteristics:
Resilience – We support some of the most vulnerable children in society who have varying degrees of emotional behavioural difficulties, autism, ADHD and associated difficulties so there will be times where your resilience is challenged.
Communication – Communicating with our young people is vital to understand their needs. Good teamwork and communication plays a key part in ensuring important information is relayed to other staff.
Organisation – You will have experience of organising, planning and teaching well-structured lessons tailored to the needs of the pupils as well as monitoring each students learning needs, adapting teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of each pupil.
Caring – Our young people require the best care we can offer. If you are a naturally caring and compassionate person, this is the role for you.
Attentive – No two tasks will be the same so being attentive to understand the needs of the young people we support is vital
Above all, we provide a supportive and collaborative working environment where you can flourish in your career and feel incredibly rewarded by helping those who need it
Please contact Dan Goldstraw Head Teacher for an informal discussion on .
If you want to progress your career in Education, Aspris Children’s Services will help you get there.
Aspris is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening appropriate to the post, including checks with Disclosure & Barring Service and at least 2 references which cover the last 3 years; for all our services we will request references from where you have worked with either Children or Vulnerable Adults. Please be advised that references may be requested prior to interview for roles within our Schools.