Teignmouth Community School, Exeter Road
30 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum
Required to supervise lessons during the temporary absence of teaching staff. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about supporting students’ learning and be able to supervise students in the classroom. You will need to work closely with a range of staff within the school. ICT skills are necessary.
Closing Date for applications: 20 July 2018, 12:00
Teignmouth Community School, Mill Lane
KS1 Teacher (0.4)
Required for September 2018
Temporary 1 Year
The primary phase of Teignmouth Community School is looking for a committed and enthusiastic KS1 teacher to join our friendly and supportive team. The person appointed will be part of an outstanding team, dedicated to raising achievement for all children. This is an excellent opportunity for a newly qualified teacher or an experienced teacher with passion to raise attainment for all children. We are seeking a candidate that is available to class share on a 0.4 basis, working on a Monday and Tuesday each week. There may be scope for additional hours throughout the year, this would be on a supply basis.
We are looking to appoint:
– An outstanding classroom practitioner who is reflective in their practice;
– A teacher with high expectations for children’s achievement and behaviour;
– A teacher who is enthusiastic and committed to enable every child to fulfil their potential;
– A teacher with strong interpersonal skills who enjoys working as part of a supportive team.
We have allocated two sessions for school tours, and encourage potential applicants to visit:
Thursday 12th July at 14:00
Monday 16th July at 10:30
An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Closing date is noon on Friday 20th July 2018.
Interviews are scheduled for Monday 23rd July 2018.
For further details and an application pack, please contact Scott Deeming on 01626 772320 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Teignmouth Community School – Mill Lane
EXTERNAL ASD Teaching Assistant
Temporary (Linked to External Funding)
NJC – Grade C
30 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum
Teignmouth Community School, Mill Lane, are seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant with previous experience of working with autistic pupils, to support children with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and SEN within our school. The successful applicant will be required to support individuals on a 1:1 basis, assisting with classwork, behaviour management and helping pupils with their daily routine.
We are looking for experienced teaching assistant who can contribute to the support plans in place for autistic students in the school. You will need to have experience with autism support and be able to lead interventions for individual pupils. You will need to have experience working with children, and be able to build a good rapport with children. The ability to work effectively as part of the SEN team, and use your initiative, is essential.
The role will be both challenging and rewarding for the successful candidate.
For an application form, or any further information about the role, please contact Scott Deeming by email email@example.com or by telephone on 01626 772320
Closing Date for applications: Monday 25th June 2018
Teignmouth Learning Trust
Teignmouth Community School is a successful 2-18 academy situated on the South Devon Coast, in the heart of the local community. Judged by Ofsted to be a ‘Good’ school at both Primary and Secondary sites, our Board of Directors are committed to ensuring the school has a clear direction and strategy, and that it is financially viable. In our role as a “critical friend”, we strive to work with the great leaders and teachers here to help the school achieve its aims and deliver the best possible support and outcomes to our students.
We welcome people with the commitment and skills to join our Board, and at this time have vacancies for Non-Staff Directors with general business experience especially, but not exclusively, in the areas of resource and human resource management. The job is a voluntary one, although expenses are available, and it requires attendance at six evening meetings each academic year, with a further 4-5 days’ worth of commitment at times to suit. There is training and support in place, and the role does provide a degree of professional and personal development, as well as a sense of satisfaction.
If you want to help TCS develop as much as we do, please contact the Clerk to Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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