PART TIME TEACHER OF SCIENCE (0.6 timetable)
Meadows school would like to appoint an outstanding Science teacher (NQTs welcome) who can inspire and motivate students, effectively personalise learning and contribute to a consistent, positive environment.
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching on a small group basis, designing and implementing a learning programme for each student, establishing coherent academic plans, recording achievement and liaising with other teachers to plan and organise lessons. High expectations for student achievement, effective communications and good quality teaching are essential skills for this role. Additional duties include attending multidisciplinary meetings and progress report writing.
For the right individual this will be a unique and rewarding position within a forward thinking department, and an opportunity to work within a specialist field. Meadows school is the education provision within Cygnet Hospital Woking, a tier 4 CAMHs unit.
If you have the skills and experience we require and you are looking for a new challenge please request an application form today.
Safeguarding is of the utmost importance at Cygnet and we follow safer recruitment practice including calling taking up references after shortlisting and before interviewing.
Cygnet Healthcare has a proven commitment to ‘Equality of Opportunity’ and actively promotes the welfare and safeguarding of young people.
Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
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About Meadows School
The Meadows School provides a broad and balanced curriculum for students whilst recognising that some young people who are at the hospital are not able to access full time education, due to their complex mental health issues.
We therefore prioritise the core subjects of English, mathematics, science and ICT. We also provide opportunities for young people to study Humanities, PSHE and undertake creative learning opportunities. The curriculum is complemented by integral therapeutic activities delivered by the psychology and occupational therapy teams. Timetables reflect this broad range of provision.
We have four main teaching spaces at the Meadows; 2 classrooms equipped with computer and internet facilities; A low stimulus classroom – for small group and individual sessions; A creative activities area; Kitchen – For Cooking, Baking and Smoothie Making! Young people also have access to a gym and courtyard area. Cygnet Hospital Woking is located within easy reach for family, friends and carers to visit either by public transport or by car.
Cygnet Hospital Woking is located just half an hour from London, is close to the M3 and motorway networks and is supported by a vast public transport network.