Generic Specialist Teachers, Southfield Grange Trust
Generic Specialist Teachers
Southfield School, The Southfield Grange Trust
To start: September 2019
Southfield School is a part of The Southfield Grange Trust, a multi-academy trust established in 2013. The school is co-located with Grange Technology College, a mainstream secondary academy at the Southfield Grange Campus. Southfield School caters for around 280 including 80 in our Sixth Form and 8 at our Project SEARCH site at the Bradford Royal Infirmary.
The school has recently maintained it’s ‘Good’ rating with Ofsted in December 2018. Ofsted reported: “The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection." And “A parent told inspectors: ‘My child is very happy here. She feels she belongs, the teachers understand her, and she enjoys school’.” With our upcoming merger with the Co-op Academies Trust in the Spring of 2019, it is an exciting time to join Southfield and make your mark on this journey.
We wish to appoint a number of Generic Specialist Teachers from September 2019. Based at Southfield School you will plan, implement and deliver an appropriate and differentiated curriculum for all students and support a designated curriculum area as appropriate. The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate a successful teaching experience with pupils with a wide range of SEN; be able to demonstrate experience of planning and presenting a differentiated curriculum and have experience of and a willingness to train in communication approaches to curriculum access.
If you have the necessary skill set and are interested in applying for this post, please apply online via: www.southfieldgrange.org.uk
We warmly encourage potential applicants to visit and look around the school. Please contact Human Resources if you would like to arrange a visit. Tel: 01274 779662. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: midnight, Sunday 28th April 2019
Recruitment Date: Friday 10th May 2019
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable young people and expect all staff, casual workers and volunteers to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practices and procedures are in place to ensure a robust safeguarding culture. The successful candidate will therefore be required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure and vetting check. As required a “Teachers Prohibition Check”, “Section 128 Management check” and “EEA teacher regulatory authority restriction check” will be undertaken. References will be undertaken and proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required before any employment starts.