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Design Technology (Resistant Materials) Class Teacher 0.6FTE x 1 plus SEN allowance (Maternity)

National Teachers Pay and Conditions plus SEN allowance

Closing Date: 15 June 2018


Are you looking for a challenging new role in a vibrant and unique school? Do you have a passion for supporting young people and assisting them through their personal learning journeys? Brompton Hall School has a great position available.

We are looking for a teacher for Design Technology (Resistant Materials) to cover Maternity Leave.  During Year 7 through to Year 9 pupils at Brompton Hall work on developing basic workshop skills , Health and Safety and learning about the key elements of design and technology.  Working with different materials such as wood, metal and plastics, pupils develop skills in the correct and safe use of tools and workshop machinery as well as basic woodworking and production techniques , while producing a varied range of items of increasing levels of complexity. Pupils work  from design briefs, research and evaluate existing designs then design and produce their own article.

We are looking for a teacher who understands the importance of successful planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation in teaching and who has a passion to inspire and excite whilst facilitating creative and impactful learning experiences for students.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join a friendly and dedicated team of staff that has students and their development at the heart of their teaching.  This position will ideally be 0.6FTE, however there can be some flexibility surrounding this for the right candidate.

We offer a high level of support and coaching, high quality CPD, a hard working team of staff and encouraging leadership. The school provides a well-resourced environment with each class having a dedicated teaching assistant. A small class size of between 8 to 10 boys ensures that the schools commitment to raising levels of achievement for all students is accomplished through focused support and guidance. We currently offer Technology (Resistant Materials) as a GCSE course to all Y10 and Y11 learners which brings together all the skills and knowledge developed over previous years at Brompton Hall.  This course involves following an externally set design brief in order to product items ranging from simple containers in wood, plastic or metal or a combination of these, to larger pieces of furniture.

As an employee at Brompton Hall School, you can expect to receive the following benefits:

- An opportunity to join a friendly and supportive team.

- Access to join NYCC's Everybody Benefits Scheme with discounts and offers from High Street retailers plus access to tax free childcare vouchers.

Brompton Hall is a North Yorkshire weekly boarding and extended day school in the village of Brompton 8 miles from Scarborough, for 68 KS2 to KS4 boys with SEMH and other associated special needs and learning difficulties. The school has a very positive ethos and has received Good reports from Ofsted for both education and care commenting how all work together to provide an excellent environment for children to develop and flourish.

"The pride that staff share with pupils in their achievements reflects the school’s success in re-establishing positive attitudes to learning. You and your staff are justifiably proud of pupils’ attainment in a wide range of external qualifications. These help prepare pupils very well for their next steps in education and training on appropriate courses in further education. No pupils leave the school without a clear pathway for their future education and training." Ofsted November 2017

We are extremely proud of the work we do at Brompton Hall. We try very hard to enable boys who have had great difficulty in their previous schools become successful learners and enjoy their learning experience. All the boys that attend the school are individuals with their own issues. However, we want all boys to be able to socialise and enjoy each other’s company therefore allowing them to progress as individuals – both educationally and personally – and to maximise their prospects in later life allowing them to progress to progress as individuals, educationally and personally, and to maximise their prospects in later life. The school curriculum has been developed to enable students to follow a tailored education plan that meets their individual needs through a range of personalised learning opportunities. Lessons are planned by teaching staff to ensure that all students achieve through a variety of activities, regardless of their level of ability as we feel it is important for all students to be successful within the learning environment.

Visits to the school are welcomed in order to meet the Interim Headteacher and find out more about the school and the nature of the work involved. To arrange a visit, please contact the school office on 01723 859121.

Brompton Hall is committed to safeguarding and the welfare of the children and young people.  As such this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have a robust Child Protection Policy and all staff will receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout employment at the School. The suitability of all prospective employees or volunteers will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment.

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If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application is unsuccessful on this occasion. In which case, you are thanked for the interest you have shown in applying for a position at Brompton Hall School..