Vacancies

Class Teachers (KS1/KS2/Autism Resource Provision) for September 2018 or sooner for the Autism Resource Provision post April 2018

                      MPR (+ 1 SEN point if applicable and depending on experience, NQTs welcome to apply)            

‘The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding. The school does not have a behaviour policy but instead has a relationship policy, based on the restorative approach. As a consequence, the strong bonds which both adults and pupils form are the cornerstone to the school’s ethos and culture’

‘The headteacher’s inclusive stance leads to a harmonious and cohesive ethos which permeates all levels of the school’s work and relationships. As a result, all pupils are integrated well into the life of the school.’  Ofsted January 2016

Every young person deserves a school where they can thrive and achieve. At Childs Hill this is genuinely more than just a sound bite. Childs Hill is a very good school and a great place to work. If you have the talent, drive, enthusiasm and commitment needed to be an outstanding teacher in a challenging but hugely rewarding community school then please get in touch. We are keen to meet people looking to teach across the primary range and/or in our specialist provision for pupils with autism (Pathways).

The successful candidate will need to:

·         Share our values, in particular the desire to give our pupils a positive school experience

·         Teach mixed ability classes to a very high standard in all areas of the curriculum

·         Use their own initiative yet become an integral member of the teaching team

·         Be empathetic and understanding in their support and guidance for parents

·         Care pastorally and aim high academically for all pupils

·         Autism specialist teachers (SEN trained or not welcome) - follow our core teaching principles of SCERTS and TEACCH – full training will be provided, you need the ability, empathy and mindset.  

We offer you:

·         A well organised and well-resourced work place

·         Training in our core principles and teaching strategies

·         Opportunities to develop ideas of your own and extra-curricular interests

·         An enthusiastic, supportive and experienced leadership team

·         A school with high ambition and a big heart where you will enjoy teaching

If you would like to know more about the positions available, please phone our school office to arrange a visit or talk to our Headteacher Dan Hawkins.  Candidate tours are available on request please contact the school office to book office@childshill.barnetmail.net

Closing date:              Friday 2 March @ noon         Interview date:            Tuesday 6 & Wednesday 7 March

ARP teacher job description & person specification

Class teacher job description & person specification

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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants are required to provide an enhanced disclosure. Disclosure expense will be met by employer.