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        • blackpool, north west
        • contract
        • £170 - £230 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have a strong background in teaching in upper key stage 2 within primary education? Do you have experience as a phase leader, head of year or deputy headteacher? Do you have a passion to ensure a purposeful, positive and disciplined culture and ethos within your year group? Are you looking for a new and engaging full time interim role in Blackpool from January 2021?Randstad Education is proud to be supporting a primary academy in Blackpool, to recruit an upper key stage 2 lead teacher. The role will start in January 2021, initially for you terms until July 2021, but may be extended or lead into a permanent role. The salary is up to UPS3 with Teacher and Learning Responsibilities allowance on the pay scale, to be agreed on appointment.(salary up to £41,164 plus TLR allowance)This primary academy is part of a Trust whose mission is to transform the lives of young people on the Fylde Coast and across Lancashire by raising aspirations and achievements. They are proud to be part of a Multi Academy Trust in Blackpool, which are united by a drive to improve opportunities and outcomes for children, young people and professionals in the education sector.All the academies have access to the central services and support provided by the Trust. Where schools are not good or outstanding, they will facilitate a high quality and bespoke package of support. Their good and outstanding schools are given encouragement and support to continue to drive their development.The role would suit someone with a strong background in teaching upper key stage 2, who ideally also has experience as a year leader, head of year or deputy headteacher, The main requirements are as follows;- Qualified Teacher Status.- Proven experience teaching upper key stage 2, ideally in year 6.- An outstanding practitioner who can raise standards, with proven experience of accelerating progress.- Ability to demonstrate a strategic understanding of upper key stage 2 teaching within a mainstream primary school environment.- Be able to lead a small team of teachers.- Identify areas of improvements in the year group, and to formulate and implement effective plans to ensure these improvements are delivered- Must be available for a two term full time interim post, ideally to start on 4th January 2021. However please also advise us if you meet the above criteria, but can only start after this date.The closing date is Wednesday 9th December, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible. If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text Andrew Varela on 07584 548684 or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a strong background in teaching in upper key stage 2 within primary education? Do you have experience as a phase leader, head of year or deputy headteacher? Do you have a passion to ensure a purposeful, positive and disciplined culture and ethos within your year group? Are you looking for a new and engaging full time interim role in Blackpool from January 2021?Randstad Education is proud to be supporting a primary academy in Blackpool, to recruit an upper key stage 2 lead teacher. The role will start in January 2021, initially for you terms until July 2021, but may be extended or lead into a permanent role. The salary is up to UPS3 with Teacher and Learning Responsibilities allowance on the pay scale, to be agreed on appointment.(salary up to £41,164 plus TLR allowance)This primary academy is part of a Trust whose mission is to transform the lives of young people on the Fylde Coast and across Lancashire by raising aspirations and achievements. They are proud to be part of a Multi Academy Trust in Blackpool, which are united by a drive to improve opportunities and outcomes for children, young people and professionals in the education sector.All the academies have access to the central services and support provided by the Trust. Where schools are not good or outstanding, they will facilitate a high quality and bespoke package of support. Their good and outstanding schools are given encouragement and support to continue to drive their development.The role would suit someone with a strong background in teaching upper key stage 2, who ideally also has experience as a year leader, head of year or deputy headteacher, The main requirements are as follows;- Qualified Teacher Status.- Proven experience teaching upper key stage 2, ideally in year 6.- An outstanding practitioner who can raise standards, with proven experience of accelerating progress.- Ability to demonstrate a strategic understanding of upper key stage 2 teaching within a mainstream primary school environment.- Be able to lead a small team of teachers.- Identify areas of improvements in the year group, and to formulate and implement effective plans to ensure these improvements are delivered- Must be available for a two term full time interim post, ideally to start on 4th January 2021. However please also advise us if you meet the above criteria, but can only start after this date.The closing date is Wednesday 9th December, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible. If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text Andrew Varela on 07584 548684 or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • doncaster, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £100 - £160 per day
        • randstad education
        We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspiring candidate to effectively lead and manage the SEND provision at a sixth form college in Doncaster. This is to cover a period of maternity leave starting in January 2021. You will lead on the vision, development and evaluation of the SEND provision as well as the day-to-day operations of managing the Study Support Team and staff timetabling, therefore excellent time management and organisational skills are required.The successful candidate will have QTS and an understanding of the SEND Code of Practice and how this relates to an educational setting. You will be responsible for the identification of students with special educational needs and/or medical issues, co-ordinating annual reviews and Individual Education Plans and applying on-line for student access arrangements. Liaising with feeder schools, parents, students, staff and other Trust SENDCos and external organisations to ensure the best possible support for students, therefore excellent communication skills are essential for the role.BenefitsMaternity contract January 2021 - December 2021Top performing A Level providerOutstanding facilitiesOn site parkingDuties and ResponsibilitiesAssist senior leaders with the strategic development and evaluation of SEND provision. Work collaboratively with SENDCos in other colleges in the Trust, on a half-termly basis, and senior leaders to support the review and development of Trust-wide SEND policies and systems. Manage a team of Study Support Tutors and timetabling of staff to support students. Supporting the identification of children with special educational needs and ensuring college records of students with SEND are up-to-date. ∙ Co-ordinate all Annual Reviews and reviews of Individual Education Plans etc where appropriate and attend/chair when necessary. ∙ Track and monitor the progress of students with SEND/medical needs.∙ Ensure there is a high quality teaching and intervention in place for students with SEND and disseminate and monitor effective teaching and learning approaches to meet the needs of students with SEND. ∙ Liaise with other schools to ensure continuity of support and learning when transferring pupils with SEND and medical issues. ∙ Support the identification of students with health and medical needs, including how information is captured, acted upon and shared throughout the Trust. ∙ Be responsible for producing and publishing the SEND Information Report on the college website. ∙ Taking a lead on applying for student access arrangements on line, working with the Trust Exams Manager as appropriate. ∙ Contribute to and participate in relevant continuous professional development activities, including whole staff meetings/CPD. ∙ Liaise with the Local Authority regarding funding and specialist teacher support. ∙ Liaise with other providers and external agencies to support students and maximise resources made available. ∙ Brief and disseminate information regarding SEND and medical issues to relevant staff across the college. ∙ Have high expectations of young people including a commitment to ensuring that they can achieve their full educational potential and to ensure students are treated as unique individuals. ∙ Participate in all college open events, student interview evenings, parent/student consultation evenings, Welcome Evening and Enrolment events. These events primarily run during the evening and it is an expectation of the SENDCo role to attend. There may also be occasional meetings with the LA during the summer holiday period regarding student transition. ∙ Communicate effectively with students and colleagues and with parents/carers at appropriate times, conveying relevant information about attainment, objectives and progress. ∙ Attend network events with other providers, Secondary SENDCos and external organisations to maximise the opportunity for personal development and marketing of the college/Trust. ∙ Review and identify tailored provision appropriate to students with SEND. RequirementsQTSUnderstanding of SEND provision within a educational settingEnhanced DBSAvailable from January 2021Provide 2 excellent references.Please contact Gemma in regards to this exciting opportunity. 0114 2743765, email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspiring candidate to effectively lead and manage the SEND provision at a sixth form college in Doncaster. This is to cover a period of maternity leave starting in January 2021. You will lead on the vision, development and evaluation of the SEND provision as well as the day-to-day operations of managing the Study Support Team and staff timetabling, therefore excellent time management and organisational skills are required.The successful candidate will have QTS and an understanding of the SEND Code of Practice and how this relates to an educational setting. You will be responsible for the identification of students with special educational needs and/or medical issues, co-ordinating annual reviews and Individual Education Plans and applying on-line for student access arrangements. Liaising with feeder schools, parents, students, staff and other Trust SENDCos and external organisations to ensure the best possible support for students, therefore excellent communication skills are essential for the role.BenefitsMaternity contract January 2021 - December 2021Top performing A Level providerOutstanding facilitiesOn site parkingDuties and ResponsibilitiesAssist senior leaders with the strategic development and evaluation of SEND provision. Work collaboratively with SENDCos in other colleges in the Trust, on a half-termly basis, and senior leaders to support the review and development of Trust-wide SEND policies and systems. Manage a team of Study Support Tutors and timetabling of staff to support students. Supporting the identification of children with special educational needs and ensuring college records of students with SEND are up-to-date. ∙ Co-ordinate all Annual Reviews and reviews of Individual Education Plans etc where appropriate and attend/chair when necessary. ∙ Track and monitor the progress of students with SEND/medical needs.∙ Ensure there is a high quality teaching and intervention in place for students with SEND and disseminate and monitor effective teaching and learning approaches to meet the needs of students with SEND. ∙ Liaise with other schools to ensure continuity of support and learning when transferring pupils with SEND and medical issues. ∙ Support the identification of students with health and medical needs, including how information is captured, acted upon and shared throughout the Trust. ∙ Be responsible for producing and publishing the SEND Information Report on the college website. ∙ Taking a lead on applying for student access arrangements on line, working with the Trust Exams Manager as appropriate. ∙ Contribute to and participate in relevant continuous professional development activities, including whole staff meetings/CPD. ∙ Liaise with the Local Authority regarding funding and specialist teacher support. ∙ Liaise with other providers and external agencies to support students and maximise resources made available. ∙ Brief and disseminate information regarding SEND and medical issues to relevant staff across the college. ∙ Have high expectations of young people including a commitment to ensuring that they can achieve their full educational potential and to ensure students are treated as unique individuals. ∙ Participate in all college open events, student interview evenings, parent/student consultation evenings, Welcome Evening and Enrolment events. These events primarily run during the evening and it is an expectation of the SENDCo role to attend. There may also be occasional meetings with the LA during the summer holiday period regarding student transition. ∙ Communicate effectively with students and colleagues and with parents/carers at appropriate times, conveying relevant information about attainment, objectives and progress. ∙ Attend network events with other providers, Secondary SENDCos and external organisations to maximise the opportunity for personal development and marketing of the college/Trust. ∙ Review and identify tailored provision appropriate to students with SEND. RequirementsQTSUnderstanding of SEND provision within a educational settingEnhanced DBSAvailable from January 2021Provide 2 excellent references.Please contact Gemma in regards to this exciting opportunity. 0114 2743765, email your CV to gemma.gibaux@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • blackpool, north west
        • contract
        • £170 - £230 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have a strong background in teaching in upper key stage 2 within primary education? Do you have experience as a phase leader, head of year or deputy headteacher? Do you have a passion to ensure a purposeful, positive and disciplined culture and ethos within your year group? Are you looking for a new and engaging full time interim role in Blackpool from January 2021?Randstad Education is proud to be supporting a primary academy in Blackpool, to recruit a head of year lead teacher. The role will start in January 2021, initially for you terms until July 2021, but may be extended or lead into a permanent role. The salary is up to UPS3 with Teacher and Learning Responsibilities allowance on the pay scale, to be agreed on appointment.(salary up to £41,164 plus TLR allowance)This primary academy is part of a Trust whose mission is to transform the lives of young people on the Fylde Coast and across Lancashire by raising aspirations and achievements. They are proud to be part of a Multi Academy Trust in Blackpool, which are united by a drive to improve opportunities and outcomes for children, young people and professionals in the education sector.All the academies have access to the central services and support provided by the Trust. Where schools are not good or outstanding, they will facilitate a high quality and bespoke package of support. Their good and outstanding schools are given encouragement and support to continue to drive their development. The role would suit someone with a strong background in teaching upper key stage 2, who ideally also has experience as a year leader, head of year or deputy headteacher, The main requirements are as follows:- Qualified Teacher Status.- Proven experience teaching upper key stage 2, ideally in year 6.-An outstanding practitioner who can raise standards, with proven experience of accelerating progress.- Ability to demonstrate a strategic understanding of upper key stage 2 teaching within a mainstream primary school environment.- Be able to lead a small team of teachers.- Identify areas of improvements in the year group, and to formulate and implement effective plans to ensure these improvements are delivered.- Must be available for a two term full time interim post, ideally to start on 4th January 2021. However please also advise us if you meet the above criteria, but can only start after this date.The closing date is Wednesday 9th December, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible. If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text Andrew Varela on 07584 548684 or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a strong background in teaching in upper key stage 2 within primary education? Do you have experience as a phase leader, head of year or deputy headteacher? Do you have a passion to ensure a purposeful, positive and disciplined culture and ethos within your year group? Are you looking for a new and engaging full time interim role in Blackpool from January 2021?Randstad Education is proud to be supporting a primary academy in Blackpool, to recruit a head of year lead teacher. The role will start in January 2021, initially for you terms until July 2021, but may be extended or lead into a permanent role. The salary is up to UPS3 with Teacher and Learning Responsibilities allowance on the pay scale, to be agreed on appointment.(salary up to £41,164 plus TLR allowance)This primary academy is part of a Trust whose mission is to transform the lives of young people on the Fylde Coast and across Lancashire by raising aspirations and achievements. They are proud to be part of a Multi Academy Trust in Blackpool, which are united by a drive to improve opportunities and outcomes for children, young people and professionals in the education sector.All the academies have access to the central services and support provided by the Trust. Where schools are not good or outstanding, they will facilitate a high quality and bespoke package of support. Their good and outstanding schools are given encouragement and support to continue to drive their development. The role would suit someone with a strong background in teaching upper key stage 2, who ideally also has experience as a year leader, head of year or deputy headteacher, The main requirements are as follows:- Qualified Teacher Status.- Proven experience teaching upper key stage 2, ideally in year 6.-An outstanding practitioner who can raise standards, with proven experience of accelerating progress.- Ability to demonstrate a strategic understanding of upper key stage 2 teaching within a mainstream primary school environment.- Be able to lead a small team of teachers.- Identify areas of improvements in the year group, and to formulate and implement effective plans to ensure these improvements are delivered.- Must be available for a two term full time interim post, ideally to start on 4th January 2021. However please also advise us if you meet the above criteria, but can only start after this date.The closing date is Wednesday 9th December, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible. If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text Andrew Varela on 07584 548684 or email nationalaccounts@randstadeducation.co.uk

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