Staff Vacancies

Staff Vacancies

All Meadow High School staff vacancies are advertised on the Crinkle website, (part of the Schools HR Cooperative).    Please click on this link to visit Crinkle https://crinklerecruitment.com/

Current Vacancies

 

  CLASSROOM TEACHER

    Post Start Date: September 2023
    Closing date: 11/04/2023
    Closing time: 11:59 AM

    Classroom Teacher
    We require a Classroom Teacher to work with students with moderate and complex learning
    difficulties
 
    Salary information: MPR; £32,407 - £43,193 per annum + SEN1 Allowance; £2,384
    Start date: Required for September 2023
 
    Meadow High School a successful Special School for children with Moderate Learning Difficulties
    (currently 257 pupils on roll). Many pupils have Complex Learning Needs, including Autism.
    Our success has been consistently identified in all our Ofsted inspections. 
 
    We are seeking a Teacher who embrace the school’s vision to enable and empower our pupils with
    lifelong skills and enable as many as possible to enter the world of work and reach the highest
    levels of independence in adult life.   
 
    Whilst experience in a special school is desirable it is not essential. We are looking for applicants
    with the ability and drive to ensure that each pupil gets the maximum benefit from their educational
    placement. Applicants from mainstream or SEN backgrounds are welcome but all will need to
    demonstrate a clear understanding of SEN and how this might impact on learning and curriculum
    delivery. 
 
    We are looking for applicants who hold Qualified Teacher Status and preferably has experience in
    an SEN setting or working with young people who have learning disabilities.

For more information and to apply on the Crinklerecruitment.com site please click here

 


FOOD TECHNOLOGY TEACHER

JOB REFERENCE: CJ3188
Advert Posted On: 21/03/2023

Post Start Date: ASAP
Closing date: 17/04/2023
Closing time: 11:59 AM

Salary: MPR £32,407 - £43,193 per annum + SEN1 Allowance £2,384

Start date: As soon as possible

We require x1 Classroom Tutor to work with students with moderate and complex learning difficulties.

Meadow High School is a successful Special School for children with Moderate Learning Difficulties (currently 257 pupils on roll). Many pupils have Complex Learning Needs, including Autism. Our success has been consistently identified in all our Ofsted inspections. 

We are seeking a teacher who has a passion for teaching Food Technology and is willing to embrace the school’s vision, to enable and empower our pupils with lifelong skills and enable as many as possible to enter the world of work and reach the highest levels of independence in adult life.   

Whilst experience in a special school is desirable it is not essential. We are looking for someone with the ability and drive to ensure that each pupil gets the maximum benefit from their educational placement. Applicants from mainstream or SEN backgrounds are welcome but all will need to demonstrate a clear understanding of SEN and how this might impact on learning and curriculum delivery. 

We are looking for applicants who hold Qualified Teacher Status and preferably have experience in an SEN setting or working with young people who have learning disabilities. ECT’s are welcome. Candidates with UPS will need to demonstrate how they could continue to offer a whole school impact.  

The successful applicants will also be a form tutor to a tutor group and will be required to write and conduct Annual Reviews of their tutor group’s EHCPs as well as monitor pupils progress against the EHCP outcomes.

For more information and to apply on Crinklerecruitment, please click here

 


The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and other pre-employment checks. 

Successful applicants will be subject to all safeguarding checks before a start date is issued.

All staff are employed in accordance with our Policies including our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.