Teacher vacancies - see details below
Midday staff at Oak View School, contact Denise Cross at the school for more information.
Oak View School - Class Teacher
Start date: January 2018
Oak View School- Class Teacher - the school is expanding and we will be recruiting, during 2018 for a further 3 teachers to support our new extended provision.
Point 1-5 depending of experience. Main scale Teacher.
Roll: All age special school for children aged 3-19 with a wide range of special needs.
Start date: jan 2018
Oak View is a forward thinking and innovative school that is committed to providing an outstanding education for children with a wide range of learning needs. We are expanding and broadening our pupil profile to include Emotional and Social Well Being through an initiative project supported by Essex CC. We have been awarded NAS accreditation on three consecutive occasions we achieved a Good Ofsted in 2012 with OUTSTANDING Behaviour and safeguarding. Oak View is part of the ESSET special schools trust in Essex which enables us to forge meaningful special and mainstream links that benefit children, families and staff.
Oak View is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils attending the school. As the duties of these posts involve regular contact with children, any offer to the successful candidates will be conditional upon an Enhanced Disclosure being obtained via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
We are looking for dynamic, passionate and enthusiastic practitioner, who is willing to learn and want to achieve the very highest standards of teaching and learning. We want someone who is able to see the possibilities for our exceptional learners and develop provision that enables all to thrive.
You will be joining a friendly, enthusiastic and well qualified staff team and will find this post challenging, stimulating and rewarding. In-service training and an induction programme will be provided by the school.
Tel. 020 8508 4293 Ex 2
‘The school is extremely thorough and gives clear guidance for staff about practical approaches and preventative measures.’
‘Pupils' relationships with adults are excellent, and they learn respect and appropriate behaviour from the staff. Pupils are accepting of each other’s varying needs, and show pleasure in each other’s successes.’