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Information about the post.
Hope View School are seeking to appoint a teacher of KS2 to cover maternity leave from September 2019 until July 2020.
The successful applicant should have experience of teaching the primary curriculum at Key Stage 2.
Experience of working with pupils with Special Educational Needs would be an advantage but is not essential. Willingness to work within a small team and an organised but flexible approach is crucial. High standards of classroom management, professionalism and expectations of pupils are also required as is the ability to be empathetic, understanding and supportive of pupils and their needs.
An understanding of the importance of the need for safeguarding the health and well-being of all pupils within the school. Upholding the school’s policies and procedures with regard to child protection and safeguarding is an essential requirement.
Salary, working hours and induction.
Hope View is an independent school as such we have our own pay scales. The salary for this post is £23,500 - £28,000 depending on experience.
Staff are expected to be on site at 7.50am ready to receive pupils at 8.30am. Pupils depart at 3.15pm. Staff are required to remain on site until all daily business has been concluded.
The successful applicant will undertake a period of induction/supervision which will be overseen by a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
Hope View School is an Independent Special School for boys with special educational needs including behaviour, emotional, social and learning difficulties, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or Asperger’s Syndrome and moderate learning difficulties.
Our Lower School is just outside Chartham and our Upper School site is in Chilham. Both sites are within close proximity to Canterbury, Ashford, Maidstone, Thanet and the Medway towns (Kent).
The school is equipped to accommodate a total of 120 pupils aged between 7 and 18 years old across both sites.
All pupils who attend the school have an Education and Health Care Plan.
Our main aims are:
To ensure, as far as possible, that each pupil placed at Hope View is given every opportunity to learn, be supported and be listened to.
To support pupils in the development of their Literacy and Numeracy skills by increasing reading, spelling and numerate ability ages.
To ensure pupils are well equipped by the time they leave Hope View to deal with working life, college, apprenticeships and are able to make a positive contribution to society.
At Hope View we have high expectations of all of our pupils as well as firm boundaries. Pupils are expected to attend all lessons, be respectful and courteous to each other and staff. They are expected to communicate with us if they have an issue or are encountering difficulties.
The ethos of Hope View is Firm, Fair, Friendly and Fun! All pupils have a voice and we insist that they are listened to, advised and supported by staff and pupils alike.
Home/school contact is imperative to the successful development of all of our pupils. For this reason, we insist on maintaining close contact by telephone, email or face to face with parents, carers, and professionals involved in the personal development and the welfare of a pupil.
Our door is always open to visitors with or without an appointment. We encourage visitors to experience for themselves the calm atmosphere and pleasant learning environment of Hope View. Our pupils are very proud of their school and welcome the opportunity to show it off to visitors whenever they can.
Hope View School is a member of the National Association of Special Schools.
The school follows the National Curriculum tailored to meet the needs of our pupils.
Emphasis is placed on improving pupils’ reading, spelling and numeracy skills. All pupils are assessed in these areas upon entry to the school.
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