Stafford Hall Residential Special School, Halifax
Part time – minimum 20 hours a week
Competitive Salary dependent on experience and qualifications
Young Foundations is a recognised specialist provider of residential services for children, young people and adults, who have a range of identified complex and challenging needs such as: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health Issues, Emotional Behavioural Difficulties and other health needs.
It is Young Foundations mission to provide in-house comprehensive integrated services that are both theoretically underpinned by an evidential working methodology and delivered by our own highly trained and skilled staff team. Via our approach we are committed to providing the best possible care, which enables all children and young adults to live their lives to the optimum potential, and in so doing enable them to realise personal aspirations and abilities in all aspects of their lives.
About the role:
As a Mathematics Teacher / Tutor, you should be highly motivated and have a genuine interest in teaching young people in a residential setting. You should have experience in planning and delivering high quality teaching, learning, assessment and tutorial support to Learners so as to maximise achievement and support continuous improvement. Experience in teaching and assessing Mathematics for Autistic learners would be advantageous.
You will have significant experience in a working with challenging young people.
It is a requirement that the applicant to hold QTS/QTLS qualifications.
You can apply for this post using our online job application form.