Maths Teacher

Location: Fair Ways School, Fareham

Contract Type: Full time

Closing Date: 23 July 2022

Salary: £28,849 - £34,876

Specific Hours: 37.5

Maths Teacher

Who are Fair Ways and what do we stand for?
Fair Ways is a great place to work. We are a team. We care about each other and are all committed to making a change to the lives of the young people and service users in our care. We will not apologise for calling our staff great, the best, or world-class. Our staff are at the core of our organisation and we celebrate them by shouting it from the rooftops!

Where and when do we need you?
We are seeking a Maths Teacher at our Transition centre based in Wallington. Specialising in both social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties and autism (ASC), at Fair Ways School, our primary focus is for staff to support students in their transitional period either to full-time education or towards a working career. This is achieved in collaboration with their Education Health Plan (EHP).

As a Teacher at our School you will be involved exciting and rewarding things like:

  • Delivering lessons across the curriculum (specialising in English) and supporting the needs of the school on a day to day basis.
  • Teaching pupils on a 1:1 basis with some small group work delivering lessons for a variety of attainment levels from entry level to GCSE / Functional Skills.
  • Planning schemes of work and carry out assessments to evidence pupil progress over time.
  • Monitoring the welfare of pupils and adhere to all safeguarding procedures promoted by the school.

This role is offered on 37.5 hours a week Term Time only basis. All candidates must have a full driving license and have access to the use of a car. Successful candidates will be required to provide an enhanced Disclosure (DBS). This disclosure cost will be met by Fair Ways.You and your specialisms

Teaching roles within our frontline services help achieve our mission of making a difference through passionate care, support, and education. To support this, you will be required to have, or be working towards a minimum of the following qualification levels:

  • To hold, QTS / QTLS or equivalent teaching qualifications and be able to demonstrate the relevant experience in teaching.
  • Have experience of working and supporting children with Autism and associated needs or have a good level of transferable skills from another sector.

Let us look after you!
Looking after our employees is important to us, and whilst our culture is central to our identity, we also offer a great set of benefits to ensure we are striving to provide the best support to our employees available in the sector.

  • Staff lotteries (including prizes such as £1000 holiday vouchers, weekends away, theatre breaks, luxury hampers and vouchers)
  • Fair Pay Panel (The opportunity to showcase your hard work potentially resulting in 2 pay rises per year!)
  • Health Shield (Health cash plan)
  • Employee Assistance Scheme (Application based emergency financial assistance for employees)
  • Education Grant – (funding up to master’s level accreditation)
  • Wellbeing Initiatives - Team Building Days, Summer Festival, Wellbeing boxes
  • Employee Assistance Programme (24/7 counselling service)
  • High-street discount platform, Discounted Gym Membership
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Leadership Courses
  • Free Parking
  • Annual Staff Awards/ Long Service Awards
  • Pension Scheme
  • Eligibility for a Blue Light Card
  • £1000 Refer a Friend Scheme
  • £250 Refer a Foster Carer Scheme
  • £1000 Welcome Bonus* for eligible roles

Find your happy place – we can’t wait to meet you!

Apply today and be a PART of something amazing - We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all communities.

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