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THE TEACHING SUPPLY AGENCY

 

TEACHERS REQUIRED

Would you like to work in local schools?
Are you a qualified teacher?
Do you want to work only when it suits?
Receive top rates of pay each week?

We are a teacher recruitment agency in Bracknell, Berkshire. We cover all of Berkshire, North Hampshire, Surrey and parts of Bucks. We provide a friendly work finding service for qualified teachers.

Email: info@teaching-agency.co.uk
or
Call 01344 482708

Oxfordshire - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

Bishopswood school

Bishopswood School

is a small and successful special school for pupils aged 2–16 years who have severe, profound  learning difficulties, ASD and complex learning difficulties. The school is on a split site and has an inclusive ethos. It is situated close to Reading.

0.6 Class Teacher

required ideally from September 2018


We are looking for a caring, enthusiastic and energetic individual and are keen to hear from teachers in Early Years or Primary mainstream who are looking to move into special educational needs, as well as those currently working in special schools. We would also welcome applications from NQTs.

Salary: TMS/UPS, dependent upon experience, plus 1 SEN point (£2,085).

To find out more, please contact the school for an information pack.

Tel: 0118 972 4311 or email: office@bishopswoodschool.co.uk
Website: www.bishopswoodschool.co.uk

School address is Grove Road, Sonning Common, RG4 9RH.

Deadline for applications: Monday 25th June
Interviews to be held: Wednesday 4th July

Oxfordshire County Council is an equal opportunities employer. The school is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers share this commitment.

Reading - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

Cranbury College

Lead Teacher for IT and Computing

UPS plus TLR and SEN 1 • Permanent or secondment
Required for September 2018


Do you enjoy the challenge of working with vulnerable children?

Cranbury College is a complex, multi-site organisation which includes a Primary Site, KS4 Site – Futures, KS3 Site – Pathways, Post 16 Site – Vision. We have an Outreach Behaviour Support Team, offer medical tuition and have a Hospital Teaching service.

You will have the enthusiasm and expertise to teach children who are facing emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. You will have a proven record of delivering high quality teaching and learning and be a creative and innovative practitioner who has the ability to inspire and motivate students to achieve their full potential. You will possess very high levels of personal resilience and a deep commitment to vulnerable children and families.

Suitable for either a current Head of Department wanting to work in an alternative curriculum environment or an ambitious teacher keen to take a step into middle leadership.

Please see our website: www.cranburycollege.reading.sch.uk

We welcome informal discussions and a visit to Cranbury College prior to application. Please contact Mandy Wilton on 0118 937 6848 or email econroy@cranburycollege.reading.sch.uk for an application and declaration form.

Please do not send a CV: for the purposes of equal opportunities.

An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be sought from the successful candidate.


www.cranburycollege.reading.sch.uk
T: 0118 937 6847
Cranbury Road, Reading.RG30 2TS

Surrey - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

Carwarden House CommunityCarwarden House Community School

118 Upper Chobham Road, Camberley, Surrey GU15 1EJ
T: 01276 709080 F: 01276 709081
E: info@carwarden.surrey.sch.uk
W: www.carwarden.surrey.sch.uk
Twitter: @CarwardenHouse
Headteacher: Tim Stokes

Full Time Teacher

MPS + SEN1
(required from September 2018)


Carwarden House Community School is an ambitious and dynamic LAN provision providing brilliant learning opportunities for up to 127 students with a complex range of learning and additional needs (11–19yrs).

small school thinking big

We are seeking a passionate, innovative, dedicated and committed colleague to join a well-established team in this highly successful special school to teach a mix of subjects including some mathematics and home skills. This would suit  a primary trained professional who would understand the levels that the students can access. No experience of working in a special school is required as a comprehensive induction and professional development package will be provided.

This is an exciting career opportunity for an ambitious person to learn new skills and make a significant impact in an already successful school.
Visits to the school by appointment are warmly welcomed.

Further details, including an application form, person specification and job description can be obtained by contacting Mrs Jane Thorpe, School Business Manager, on (01276) 709080 or jane.thorpe@carwarden.surrey.sch.uk

Closing date: Friday 22nd June at 12 noon
Interview date: Friday 29th June 2018

Carwarden House is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


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Thames Valley

Always Flourishing

Teachers needed!

Always Flourishing are working in partnership with schools across the Thames Valley area
who are in need of passionate teaching staff for regular daily supply, ongoing supply
and permanent positions within local primary, secondary and SEND schools.

If you are enthusiastic about teaching and would like to work
with a friendly, supportive company who are dedicated to supporting you
in the next stage of your career, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact one of our helpful team members for more information.
Telephone – 0118 9842413
Email – enquiries@alwaysflourishing.co

West Berkshire

The John Simmonds Trust

“Education in the Countryside”

Educational Visit Leaders

The John Simonds Trust based at Rushall Manor Farm, Bradfield, is looking for leaders who have a love & understanding of the countryside.

You will join a team of sessional workers welcoming children and young people on visits to this beautiful part of West Berkshire. The visits mainly take place during term time. Employment is on a supply basis, giving flexibility in working pattern. A typical day would start at 8.30am & finish at 3pm.

To find out more about the John Simonds Trust please look at our website www.rushallfarm.org.uk

Enquiries: phone 0118 9744547 or email jst@rushallfarm.org.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful candidate will need to provide evidence for an enhanced DBS check.

West Berkshire - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

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The Castle School

The Castle School

A SPECIALIST COLLEGE FOR COMMUNICATION & INTERACTION

Judged as “OUTSTANDING” OFSTED October 2014

Have you got the energy, vision and passion for SEN
and a good
sense of fun to join our team?

The Castle School meets the individual needs of 169 pupils
between 3 and 19 years, all of whom have learning difficulties
(MLD, SLD, PMLD ASD.)

We wish to appoint for September 2018, a teacher who is committed to the vision and ethos of this innovative, successful and growing special school at an exciting phase in its development.

We are keen to hear from teachers who currently work in Primary or Secondary mainstream and are looking to move into this highly rewarding field of education, as well as from those who currently work in special schools. We would also welcome applications from NQTs.

Class Teacher

TMS/UPS + SEN (dependent upon experience)


The school is a calm and harmonious place of learning
OFSTED October 2014

You will be:

  • an excellent practitioner
  • flexible, reliable and positive
  • a good communicator
  • enthusiastic and creative
  • Someone who believes they can make a real difference.

In return, we will offer:

  • a supportive and nurturing environment
  • a highly professional staff team
  • small classes
  • amazing pupils
  • very comprehensive training and CPD support package.

Pupils behaviour is outstanding. Pupils love their school
OFSTED October 2014

Please contact Atul Attra (School Business Manager) on 01635 42976 to arrange a visit.

For further information and an application pack please contact Atul Attra via email office@castle.w-berks.sch.uk or visit our website: www.thecastleschoolnewbury.org.uk

Closing date: Thursday 28 June 2018
Interviews: Monday 2 July 2018

The Castle 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 Castle School
Love Lane, Donnington, Newbury, Berks RG14 2JG

Tel: 01635 42976 • Fax: 01635 551725
Headteacher – Jon Hewitt
www.thecastleschoolnewbury.org.uk

Wokingham - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

Emmbrook InfantEmmbrook Infant and Junior SchoolsEmmbrook Junior

Wokingham

Two Good schools working together
to provide excellent provision for all

Qualified Teacher of the Deaf
KS1 & KS2

Required September 2018
Part time – Permanent hours to be agreed
MPS to UPS1 + SEN 2 Allowance
(UPS2/3 considered for the right applicant)


Emmbrook Infant and Junior Schools are two maintained schools that share well established, extensive school grounds.

The Hearing Impaired Resource Unit is based within the schools to support hearing impaired children.

We would like to appoint another teacher of the deaf from 1st September 2018 who has a good knowledge of the national curriculum and a genuine enthusiasm and commitment for working with hearing impaired children of all abilities, and to continue the excellent provision currently delivered within our hearing impaired resource unit.

We are a total communication setting and communicate with children in their preferred method of communication. Signing skills would therefore be an advantage.

You will be joining committed and enthusiastic teams at both schools who have considerable experience of working with hearing-impaired pupils. Your role will be to continue the teaching and learning of the hearing-impaired children in consultation with other school staff.

The ideal candidate:

  • will have a flexible approach to meeting the individual needs of each child
  • is highly motivated and would like to be part of our small, hard-working school family
  • has excellent communication and organisational skills
  • is committed to team work and maintaining high standards
  • has high expectations for pupils’ achievement, progress and behaviour.

In return, we offer:

  • welcoming and supportive schools graded ‘Good’ and improving by OfSTED
  • supportive and friendly teams of staff and governors
  • a strong ethos across the schools based on our shared values and high expectations.

Visits to the schools and informal conversations with the Head Teachers are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please call 0118 978 4259.

For an application pack please contact Mrs J Barrett at finance@emmbrook-inf.wokingham.sch.uk

Applications will be considered on receipt and interviews can be arranged at short notice.

Our schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

Emmbrook InfantEmmbrook Infant School

Emmbrook Road, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 1JR
Telephone: 0118 9784259 Fax: 0118 9795004
www.emmbrookinfantschool.co.uk
Head Teacher: Mrs C Gillard

HI Learning Support Assistant

Part-time – 2 or 2.5 days. Term time only
from September
WBC Pay Grade 4 (£18,870–£20,541 pro-rata)


We are looking to appoint a part-time experienced learning support assistant to support a hearing impaired child from September. You will be joining a committed and enthusiastic team who have considerable experience of working with hearing impaired pupils. Your role will be to continue the support and learning of the hearing impaired children in consultation with other school staff.

We are a total communication setting and communicate with children in their preferred method of communication.

Signing skills would therefore be an advantage but not essential as training can be arranged.

The ideal candidate:

  • will have a flexible approach to meeting the individual needs of each child
  • will have a genuine enthusiasm and commitment for working with hearing impaired children of all abilities and to support the excellent provision currently delivered within our hearing impaired resource unit
  • is highly motivated and would like to be part of our small, hardworking school family
  • has excellent communication and organisational skills
  • is committed to team work and maintaining high standards
  • has high expectations for pupils’ achievement, progress and behaviour

In return we offer:

  • a welcoming and supportive school graded ‘Good’ and improving by OFSTED
  • supportive and friendly teams of staff and governors
  • a strong ethos across the school based on our shared values and high expectations

If you have a passion for supporting children’s learning, have an enthusiastic, caring yet firm attitude and the ability to be flexible and work as part of a supportive team, we would love to hear from you.

For an application form and job description, please email Mrs J Barrett at finance@emmbrook-inf.wokingham.sch.uk

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 22nd June 2018

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged.

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service clearance being received.