Ofertas de empleo en East Lothian and Midlothian (Reino Unido) de Profesores de enseñanza secundaria
Teacher Of English And Support For Learning - Beeslack Community High School
Clasificación del trabajo:Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Profesionales de la enseñanza : Profesores de enseñanza secundaria : Profesores de enseñanza secundaria. Professionals : Teaching professionals : Secondary education teachers : Secondary education teachers.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Job Description Salary – Main Grade Teacher - £22,416 - £35,763 Type – Permanent Status – Full Time – 35 hours per week Beeslack High School is a non-denominational secondary which serves the communities extending from the north of Penicuik towards Loanhead and is the secondary school associated with Glencorse, Mauricewood and Roslin Primary schools. The roll of the school in August 2015 was 700 pupils. The school, which was founded in 1984, is situated in the beautiful grounds of a spacious 17.5 acre site, formerly part of the estate of Beeslack House, and is a highly attractive and inspiring setting for young people to learn and develop. Each session we get a high number of placing requests from pupils outwith our catchment. We provide secondary education for young people aged 11-18 years where effective partnership working has been a key element of the drive to improve outcomes for young people. Beeslack also provides an excellent resource for the local community through its long-established and highly valued community education programme. Beeslack Community High School offers pupils a range of opportunities to develop their skills for learning, life and work both through the curriculum and our extensive range of extra-curricular activities. In S1 -3 pupils follow a broad general education in 8 curricular areas. In the senior phase pupils have the opportunity to study for a range of qualifications at N3,4,5, Higher and Advanced Higher level with approx 47% of S6 pupils progressing their studies at college or university. Following a review of our Curriculum we are embarking on a very exciting journey in extending the learning opportunities for our young people in school, Midlothian and beyond. At Beeslack Community High School we set high expectations for all of our pupils and work well with partner agencies to support our young people. We have high expectations for all of our pupils and want them to have aspirations, ambitions and be open minded for their journey beyond school. We are an inclusive school that values all of its pupil’s contributions. Particular strengths of the school are the relationships between pupils, parents and staff and the attainment and achievements of our young people. The teaching complement comprises 54 fte class teachers and 8 learning assistants. The Head Teacher, 3 Depute Headteachers and 12 Principal Teachers (7 Curriculum and 5 Guidance and Support for Learning) form the Management Team. Are you looking to be part of an exceptional team of teachers who are invested in all young people and in our journey to self-improvement? Applications are invited from dynamic and enthusiastic professionals who have the vision and energy to sustain and promote the current standards of achievement and ensure the continued development and progress of the school. Interviews for the above post will take place W/C Monday 25 September 2017 Requirements Pre Employment Checks/Requirements for Teaching Positions If you are successful, our offer of employment will be conditional on satisfactory completion of pre-employment requirements, such as medical screening, two written references, one which must be from your most recent/current employer, verification of your original qualifications and your eligibility to work in the United Kingdom. Registration with the General Teaching Council and a satisfactory PVG check for Regulated Work with Children will also be essential. General Teaching Council Scotland Teachers applying for permanent posts should be fully registered with the General Teaching Council Scotland (GTCS). For further information on registration please visit: Regulated Work with Children This post is considered Regulated Work with Children, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act, 2007. Therefore, it is an offence to apply if you are barred from working with children. Successful candidates will require a PVG Scheme membership for Regulated Work with Child
Servicio de empleo de origen:Department for Work and Pensions, Public Employment Services, United Kingdom.