Birmingham City Council

Science Teacher (MPR Teacher only)

Location
James Brindley Academy, Bell Barn Road, Birmingham, B15 2AF
Salary
MPR + 1 SEN Point (£2,270)
Posted
17 Sep 2021
Closes
29 Sep 2021
Contact
vacancies@ jamesbrindley.org.uk
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Part-Time

Hours: Part time (0.6 fth)

Contract Type: Fixed term from 1 November 2021 to 22 July 2022

James Brindley Academy

Bell Barn Road

Birmingham

B15 2AF

Telephone Number: 0121 666 6409

Email Address: vacancies@jamesbrindley.org.uk

Job Start Date: 1 November 2021

Location: Willows/ (but could be required to work at different locations within James Brindley Academy)

This is an excellent time to join James Brindley as the Academy continues to implement a strategic vision developed by pupils, staff and other stakeholders. Join us to ‘Think Differently to inspire young people to overcome all barriers and achieve their dreams.’

James Brindley is a stand-alone Academy based in a wide variety of locations across the City of Birmingham. In the course of a school year, we educate over 3,000 young people for periods ranging from a few days in hospital to several years in one of our teaching centres. The majority of our young people have complex medical needs and many have been out of education for a significant period of time prior to joining the Academy. We offer a full-time curriculum to young people from EYFS to KS5 and our aim is always to enable them to ‘close the gap’ and to make outstanding progress during the time they are with us. This is an excellent time to join James Brindley as the Academy continues to implement a strategic vision developed by pupils, staff and other stakeholders. Join us to ‘Think Differently to inspire young people to overcome all barriers and achieve their dreams.’

We are looking for a qualified teacher of Science at our Willows Centre, which has young people from Year 7 to 14.

Willows is a teaching and assessment centre which provides education for young people receiving support for their mental health condition as an inpatient at Parkview Clinic. Depending on a pupil's medical treatment, teaching takes

place on the ward or at the centre, which is a short walk from the clinic. The centre is a small school with six classrooms and a hall. It is set in a very peaceful location, which makes it easier to concentrate and provides a calm environment to work in. Whilst pupils are at Willows, we keep in touch with their home schools and parents and carers to inform them

about both their attendance and progress. All of the staff at Willows have experience working with young people with mental health conditions. They work closely with the ward staff, attending weekly ward rounds and CPA (Care Plan Approach) reviews in order to make sure that they are able to give pupils the best support possible.

We are looking for resilient and dynamic teacher who can inspire young people and support them to thrive. You should be able to develop and support the needs of the whole child and be committed to enabling all young people to achieve their potential. You must demonstrate tenacity coupled with experience of teaching KS3 – KS5 Science. You should

have QTS and a track record as a consistently good/outstanding practitioner.

Closing Date: 29 September 2021, 9am

Interviews to be held 4 October 2021

For further details and application form please contact the academy or visit

the website

Completed Applications to be submitted by email to: vacancies@jamesbrindley.org.uk

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including: an enhanced DBS; Prohibition check; Childcare Disqualification (where applicable); qualifications (where applicable); medical fitness; identity and right to work.  All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references.


Rehabilitation of offenders: This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020. Which means that when applying for certain jobs and activities certain spent convictions and cautions are ‘protected’, so they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Further information about filtering offences can be found in the DBS filtering guide.

 

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