Website Trinity Academy London

Literacy and Numeracy Intervention Teacher sought for Secondary Academy in Brixton
Salary: Inner London Pay Scales
Hours: 25 hours per week - breakdown of hours negotiable
Permanent?: Yes
To Start: September 2023
For Further Details or to Arrange a Visit: Please email [email protected]

To Apply: All applications must use the forms supplied below and be submitted using the ‘Apply for Job’ button below, unless an ‘External Link’ appears below – please do not submit CVs, as these cannot be accepted.

Applications Close: Monday 26th June 2023
Interviews: To be confirmed
Job Description:

Please apply for this position through the Future Academies Trust E-Teach recruitment page

Trinity Academy, as part of the outstanding Future Academies Trust, provides a traditional and aspirational academic curriculum and fully-rounded education for girls and boys aged 11-18. Based in Brixton, South London with easy access to public transport, we have a wide catchment area across South London.

Trinity Academy’s focus is on setting and achieving aspirational and rigorous educational standards. To that end, we offer pupils of all abilities a style of education more usually found in grammar schools or the independent sector.

Exemplary knowledge-rich teaching and learning drives everything we do and is underpinned by what is proven to work best in the classroom, using resources exclusively developed by the Future Academies Curriculum Centre.

We are seeking to recruit a teacher with a passion for working in education and particularly working with young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The ideal candidate will already have QTS, or have a level of teaching experience that makes QTS a realistic goal for them.

The role has been created in response to the growing positive reputation of SEND provision at Trinity Academy. The successful candidate will undertake some whole-class teaching, while also delivering significant small-group withdrawal lessons and some 1-1 interventions. They may also support teachers across the school to meet the needs of all students, through team teaching and, where appropriate, through coaching.

The Academy has implemented a knowledge-based curriculum. The aim of the curriculum is to develop culturally literate young adults who have the knowledge and skills to be successful in any walk of life. The Academy sees this as an appropriately high aspiration to hold for all students, including those with SEND.

The successful candidate will have experience delivering a curriculum to learners with SEND. Experience teaching phonics is desirable; the role may well appeal to a primary-trained teacher looking to work within a secondary school context.

We are developing a highly academic culture where the highest standards are expected of staff and pupils. It is a dynamic and demanding school and one where pupils and staff are exceptionally well supported. It is also a happy, cohesive and very purposeful environment.

Future Academies reserves the right to interview and appoint prior to the advert closing date.

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