From September 2023 - (MPS 1-6 + SEN1)
Closing date: Wednesday 22nd March at 12pm
Shortlisting: Thursday 23rd March
Interviews: Monday 27th / Tuesday 28th March
Mill Green School is an ‘Outstanding’, maintained community special school, providing education to 117 young people aged 14-19. Due to continued school growth, the Governing Body are seeking to appoint, motivated and resilient Teacher to join our hard working, dynamic and enthusiastic team, who shares in our determination to transform the life chances young people who attend Mill Green. Candidates with a specialism in Science are of interest, however applications from candidates who demonstrate a commitment to developing their own expertise in this area are warmly welcomed.
The successful candidate will be motivated by the belief that every young person can achieve their potential. Whilst previous experience of working in a SEN environment is desirable, excellent teaching skills and the right motivation, personal qualities and levels of resilience are just as important. Experience of teaching learners with complex needs or experiential learning would also be of interest.
As a teacher at Mill Green School, you will seek to enhance the learning opportunities for our young people, supporting them in their preparation for adulthood and next steps into continued education, employment or life! You will be delivering inclusive, responsive and innovative teaching and learning in a nurturing, supportive environment. You will constantly strive to produce outstanding teaching and learning to ensure that all learners succeed and will not be afraid to initiate new ideas and take risks in a safe and stimulating environment, ensuring that our learners are able to achieve, be valued and feel secure.
By joining the team, you will have the opportunity to benefit from bespoke training, CPD, networking and professional dialogue days with colleagues and peers both within and outside of Mill Green to ensure that you can reach your potential as a teacher within a specialist setting.
Interested candidates should submit a covering letter (no more than two sides A4), outlining how their experience, knowledge and understanding, skills and qualities make them an exceptional candidate for the role.
The school is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This post is subject to satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Section Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure Certificate.
We strongly encourage prospective candidates to visit the school and see what we are about; we know that how we fit you is as important as how you will fit us. Visits can be arranged by contacting Stephanie Shipley, our School Business Manager on 01744 678760.