Step-down services for children and young adults

At Young Foundations, we specialise in residential step-down services, and specialist education, for children and young people with complex needs.

English Teacher

Howard House, Bedlington

Full-Time
35 per week hours per week
£25,500 - £34,938 per annum

Howard House School, part of the Young Foundations Group, are recruiting for an English Teacher. 

  

The school offers a varied and stimulating curriculum, providing the best elements from mainstream education and utilizing best practice from special schools to ensure the pupils have plenty of chance to shine.  


About You

  • Do you want to be part of a creative and innovative curriculum?
  • Are you resilient, passionate and motivated?
  • Can you go above and beyond for our amazing students?
  • Does your teaching create awe and wonder every day?
  • Would you love to develop your teaching career profile?

If you feel you have the skills that would enhance our curriculum and enable our young people to flourish we would love to hear from you.

 

About the Role

You will have teaching experience within the subject area and a desire to work with children and young people in a creative and supportive way.

You should be highly motivated and have a genuine interest in developing the education young people with complex needs and challenging behaviours receive. You should have experience in achieving high quality teaching, collaborative working with fellow staff and learners as to maximise achievement and deliver continuous improvement within the school.

 

NQTs, experienced teachers and all key stages welcome to apply.

For an informal discussion on the role, please contact Amran Suleman on 07966 491 292

This is a truly exciting time to join Howard House School and be part of a journey to excellence and take pride in knowing that every day you can make a real positive difference to young people's lives.


Howard House

About Howard House

Howard House helps children, and young adults, with complex needs face some of the most challenging transitions they might encounter on their pathway to independence.

Whether this is the transition from hospital to the community, or from residential care to independence, young people will experience the relationships and clinical support they need to achieve success in adulthood.

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