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Do you have the passion and dedication to make a difference to the educating of young people with SEMH?
Do you crave to work as part of an Educating TEAM of problem solvers?
Are you ready to join a TEAM of reliable, responsible leaders and educators who have a genuine commitment towards making a difference?
Can you bring an area of expertise which could further broaden our exciting curriculum plans for 19-20?
“At NWKAPS staff say they look forward to going to work” Ofsted Nov 2018
North West Kent Alternative Provision Service is looking to appoint an exceptional teacher with knowledge and understanding of delivering engaging, destination focussed subjects. We are seeking to employ teachers who have the passion to make a difference to the education of young people in the North of Kent.
New premises and the further broadening of our curriculum has resulted in new teaching vacancies.
The ideal candidates will have experience working as a teacher in either mainstream school, SEN or Alternative Curriculum provisions. Applicants from a Primary School teaching background will be equally considered.
At the forefront of our criteria are the ability to be positive, a can-do attitude, a resilient personality and a creative and flexible approach to teaching that builds success through challenge, personalisation and innovation.
NWKAPS offers excellent professional development opportunities therefore we welcome the opportunity to upskill the right candidates in areas which require further development to create excellent teaching practitioners for our SEMH school.
NWKAPS has been on an exciting journey since inspection in September 2017 and now boasts a staff team of dedicated leaders and teaching professionals who have the skill-set and enthusiasm to ensure that the quality of education provision offered by the services reaches excellence.
We now boast a breadth of teaching expertise which includes subject specialists and those with the ability to teach with a discreet focus upon well-being and cognitive and social/emotional development. Part of our crucial role is to ensure that our students develop in to confident young people, master strategies and improve their emotional well-being before continuing to their chosen destination.
We pride ourselves in offering bespoke curriculum pathways for students who have disengaged from mainstream education and are selected as more suitable for destination based learning in small class sizes.
The North West Kent Alternative Provision Service is a Pupil Referral Unit based across two sites in Gravesend. The school delivers bespoke interventions and Alternative Curriculum pathways for pupils between the ages of 5 and 16 who have disengaged from mainstream education
At NWKAPS we aim to provide a nurturing, inspirational learning environment where aspirational, individual pathways are created. We are committed to developing a service which aims to ensure that extensive specialist interventions empower pupils to successfully reintegrate in to mainstream education or continued education, training or employment
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