• Location: Conwy, Conwy, LL32 8ED
  • Subject: Teacher
  • Hours: Full Time
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Salary Type: Annually
  • Salary Range: £30,742 - £47,340
  • Language: English
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Onsite Inclusion Centre Teacher

Onsite Inclusion Centre Teacher

Ysgol Aberconwy
At Aberconwy, we have excellent provision for supporting pupils with additional learning needs, challenging behaviour, attendance and mental health. The OSIC is a part of this much larger centre within the school and supports pupils that are struggling to be able to access mainstream lessons. There is a large team that works together within the centre offering an engaging curriculum with a holistic approach to pupils’ wellbeing.

We therefore seek to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated Teacher to lead within our OSIC with the support of a teaching assistant. They will work under the guidance of the centre’s coordinator to manage the provision for students, particularly in the area of behaviour, social and emotional needs, and mental health to maximise achievement. They will coordinate with Heads of Department across the school in ensuring that they are able to deliver an engaging curriculum to those pupils within the OSIC and will work with other staff across the centre to ensure that each pupils’ needs are met.

In return, we offer you:
• A strong commitment to professional development;
• A school with high aspirations and a genuine opportunity to make a difference;
• An opportunity to help shape teaching and learning and our alternative curriculum;
• A dedicated and supportive team of professional staff and governors;
• Strong links with other local schools for partnership working and support;
• A strong community spirit;
• A vibrant and interesting place to work.

This is an exciting time to join Ysgol Aberconwy, a mixed 11-to-18 comprehensive school of over 1000 pupils. Set in its own extensive campus on the banks of the beautiful River Conwy, the school is situated in the medieval town of Conwy on the North Wales coast adjacent to the Snowdonia National Park. As a PFI School, we are exceptionally well resourced and maintained, and we have developed a significant reputation locally for the quality of our pastoral care as well as our academic success. Numbers in the school will have risen by 30% over the last five years in September, and we have developed specialist resource centres to support children with dyslexia, autism and other learning needs.
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