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EDUCATION SUPPORT TEACHERS (NON-CONTRACT/CASUAL)

On-Going Requirement – County Wide

Salary dependant on experience plus travel allowance

The Pilgrim School wishes to interview experienced and highly motivated teachers willing to join our pool of Education Support teachers on zero hours contract. The Pilgrim School has an established and highly effective team of permanent members of staff, supported, as and when necessary, by teachers who are paid on an hourly rate.

Teachers are required who are specialists in GCSE Maths, Science, English and ICT. Candidates must demonstrate a willingness to teach across the core subjects up to and including KS4. Teachers who are willing to work with Primary and Secondary age pupils, or who have experience and/or qualifications in SEN, are welcomed.

The Pilgrim School provides lessons in both pupils’ homes and four main bases throughout Lincolnshire. Pupils who receive education support are diagnosed as medically unfit to return to school or have social/communication or mental health difficulties which make school attendance difficult.

It is essential that applicants are able to travel between pupils’ homes, schools and the main base serving the locality.

For an informal discussion please contact Helen Garrett, School Business Manager on (01522) 682319.

Further details and application forms are available from www.pilgrim.lincs.sch.uk

 

This is an on-going requirement and successful applications will be contacted to arrange an interview at the school.

Our school is strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all to share this commitment.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure .

 

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