Teacher of Maths/Computing - Corley Centre
Corley Centre is a secondary special school for children with complex social and communication difficulties. A significant number of students have an autism diagnosis. Students present with a range of behaviours, vulnerabilities and challenges. Student attainment covers the full National Curriculum and GCSE range.
• The post holder will be required to deliver a small number of Computing lessons.
• The TLR responsibilities will be discussed with applicants at interview. -
We are seeking a highly driven and creative, specialist Maths teacher, possibly with primary school training, to work alongside our Maths Curriculum Leader to deliver Maths throughout the school and across the full ability range, including at GCSE level.
They will be required to promote a collaborative team approach to further develop a dynamic department, where students extend their abilities as a result of high-quality staff input.
Candidates are sought who have aspirations to contribute to the wider life of the school.
Applications are welcome from teachers with experience in primary, secondary, mainstream or special sectors. NQTs are encouraged to apply.
An experience of teaching children on the autism spectrum is an essential requirement.
Salary Allowance: TLR2A (£2640) + 1 SEN Point (£2085)
Closing date: We are continuing to accept applications for a start date of January 2018
Interview date: To be confirmed
Tel: 01676 540218
Application forms and further details are available on our website corleycentre.co.uk or by contacting the school on the above telephone number / email.
Prospective candidates are encouraged to visit the school prior to application or interview or contact the Headteacher for an informal discussion.
All applications are returnable direct to the school.
This post is exempted under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such appointment to this post will be conditional upon the receipt of a satisfactory response to a check of police records via Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
This School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.