You would be working in a purpose-built school which offers well-resourced classrooms which include interactive whiteboards and wireless provision, the school also has its own swimming pool and a PE hall that encompasses a fantastic climbing wall.
The school caters for children and young people aged 9-16, that experience Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD) for up to 56 learners.
Do you fancy the opportunity to live and work in the most beautiful, southerly place in the UK for the rest of the Autumn term ane beyond? In return you will get: -
A daily rate of up to £200 (depending on experience and skills)
The school are looking for a dynamic and experienced Science teacher who can teach: -
KS2 & KS3
All students will focus on science skills, known as both "How Science Works " and "WorkingScientifically ".The curriculum is based on the English National Curriculum. This will help support students to achieve accreditation in science during KS4.
In years 10 and 11 all students are aiming to achieve an accreditation in Science and will be working towards achieving a BTEC in Applied Science (L1). The course requires all students to produce a portfolio of evidence to show that they have a knowledge base in science.
You need to: -
Be able to commit to a minimum of one term
Have QTS and can teach Science
A background in teaching within SEN would be a great advantage
Be able to plan, prepare and deliver exciting and innovating lessons
Have strong classroom management, and able to manage any challenging behaviour in a calm and effective manner
Enjoy meeting new people and getting to know others on the island
Enjoy outdoor life
We specialise in supporting schools in the Channel Islands find the right supply teachers within the primary, secondary and SEN sectors. We give teachers the opportunity to work in the most beautiful islands within the UK and support you on this journey, from your initial application right through to getting to the island and continuing your island life