WE ARE RECRUITING!

 

Progress Schools are now recruiting for the below roles. To apply, please submit your CV via email to recruitment@progress-schools.co.uk, please declare which role you are applying for in your email.

Mentor

Thrapston x1

Salary: £12,000 – £18,000 per annum

 

We are seeking an inspiring and committed individual who is looking for a new and rewarding role in their teaching career. If you have experience in behaviour management and want to make a difference – we would love to hear from you.

You will establish close relationships with other members of the Senior Management Team and ensure that each school is inspection-ready at all times through an outstanding provision.

About Us

Progress Schools is a multi-sited company, with each school registered with the Department of Education as an Independent School. We specialise in teaching KS3 and 4 students whom may present challenging behaviours or are not suited to mainstream education. We offer an alternative curriculum to meet the needs of each student on an individual basis.

Young people often come to us disengaged, with a lack of motivation for learning. Your role will involve leading a committed team of teachers who provide functional skills and vocational teaching, whilst encouraging learners to develop as people.

 

The successful candidate will be a confident individual with excellent communication skills and a great sense of humour, resilience is also essential.

 

Our schools are committed to child protection and promoting the welfare of young people. We expect all staff to share the same passion and commitment as our mission statement iterates – supporting the potential to achieve.

 

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check (DBS) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Acts 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from www.disclosures.co.uk

 

If you want to join a team of industry experts in a nationwide business rated a ‘good’ school by Ofsted, don’t hesitate to apply today

Roles & Responsibilities*

  • Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare
  • Work with students on 1:1 basis or in small groups, to develop them towards confident, self-assured learners.
  • Support students with high level quality careers advice and guidance that helps them to make informed choices about their future.
  • Equip students to develop the expected behaviours and values required at the next stage of their careers.
  • Support all students to make significant improvements in their attendance and punctuality from the starting point.
  • Support students to keep themselves safe and healthy.
  • Support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of student

What’s in it for you?

Structured induction programme

Amazing opportunities for career development and progression

Free lunch

Free parking

35 day’s annual leave (+ bank holidays)

Annual Christmas party

Childcare vouchers scheme

3.5% Stakeholder pension

0% Interest free hardship loans

Closing Date

18th June 2019

Please note: Applications received after this time will not be considered.

 

Tutor

Carlisle x 1

Thrapston x 1

Salary from : £20,000 – £26,000 per annum / Buckinghamshire £22, 000 – £27, 500

We are seeking an inspiring and committed individual who is looking for a new and rewarding role in their teaching career. If you have experience in teaching maths and English up to Level 2/ GCSE, behaviour management and want to make a difference – we would love to hear from you.

You will establish close relationships with other members of the Senior Management Team and ensure that each school is inspection-ready at all times through an outstanding provision.

About Us

Progress Schools is a multi-sited company, with each school registered with the Department of Education as an Independent School. We specialise in teaching KS3 and 4 students whom may present challenging behaviours or are not suited to mainstream education. We offer an alternative curriculum to meet the needs of each student on an individual basis.

Young people often come to us disengaged, with a lack of motivation for learning. Your role will involve leading a committed team of teachers who provide functional skills and vocational teaching, whilst encouraging learners to develop as people.

The successful candidate will be a confident individual with excellent communication skills and a great sense of humour, resilience is also essential.

Our schools are committed to child protection and promoting the welfare of young people. We expect all staff to share the same passion and commitment as our mission statement iterates – supporting the potential to achieve.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check (DBS) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Acts 1974. Further details regarding this check are available from www.disclosures.co.uk

If you want to join a team of industry experts in a nationwide business rated a ‘good’ school by Ofsted, don’t hesitate to apply today.

Roles & Responsibilities

Teaching, Learning & Assessment

  • Setting high expectations which inspires, motivates and challenges all students.
  • Provides a safe and stimulating environment that stretches and challenges all students to reach and fulfil their full potential.
  • Demonstrates consistently the positive attitudes, values and behaviour.
  • Have outstanding subject and curriculum knowledge.
  • HAs a secure knowledge of the relevant subjects, including a critical understanding.
  • Has a high standard of English and math’s and the ability to deliver this to students of all levels of ability. Embed reading, writing and communication and, where appropriate, mathematics exceptionally well across the curriculum, equipping all pupils with the necessary skills to make progress.
  • Plans and teaches well structured lessons.
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all students.

Student Progression and Outcomes

  • Promoting outstanding progress and outcomes by students.
  • Accountable for students’ attainment, progression and outcomes.
  • Plan and build on student knowledge and capabilities.
  • Managing behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment at all times.
  • Provide parents with clear and timely updates of their child’s progression.
  • Challenge stereotypes and derogatory language effectively and support students to become valued citizens.

What’s in it for you?

Structured induction programme

Amazing opportunities for career development and progression

Free lunch

Free parking

35 day’s annual leave (+ bank holidays)

Annual Christmas party

Childcare vouchers scheme

3.5% Stakeholder pension

0% Interest free hardship loans

Closing Date

18th June 2019

Please note: Applications received after this time will not be considered.