Teacher of Learning Support
Queen Elizabeth Grammar Junior School
Salary is MPS/UPS + a Wakefield Supplement. The Teachers’ Pension Scheme is also applicable.
Required from September 2019, a dynamic teacher with an outstanding record to join the Learning Support Department. This post requires flexibility and will involve both one-to-one teaching and small group sessions with pupils across the primary age
Queen Elizabeth Grammar Schools have a proud and distinguished history of educating boys, blended with an outstanding 21st century learning environment, and are fully equipped with the resources to make every student excited and inspired.
Required from September 2019, a dynamic teacher with an outstanding record to join the Learning Support Department. This post requires fl exibility and will involve both one-to-one teaching and small group sessions with pupils across the primary age range. However, the successful candidate will be asked to teach some Senior School study skills sessions
Candidates should have a background in teaching SpLD, with experience of teaching early literacy skills, phonics interventions, numeracy skills, social skills and supporting pupils with EAL. Some knowledge of teaching study skills would be advantageous as would a qualifi cation in SEN.
A willingness to contribute to the extracurricular and pastoral life of the school is also essential.
This is a permanent post and part time working 0.6 FTE. Salary is MPS/UPS + a Wakefield Supplement. The Teachers’ Pension Scheme is also applicable.
As part of our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children,the successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check.
Further details of the post and an application form can be obtained from The Head,QEGS Junior School, 158 Northgate, Wakefield WF1 3QY.
t: 01924 373821
Closing Date: 4.00 pm, Wednesday 19th June 2019.
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