Location: Folkestone, Kent
Salary: £35,000 – £40,000
Compass Community Schools are friendly and successful education provisions supporting vulnerable children aged 11 – 17yrs with SEMH and complex trauma. We are a small and specialist provision, educating a maximum of 12 students.
All of our established schools form part of a strong, multiagency and therapeutic approach which provides education for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties, challenging behaviours and other associated learning and attachment-based needs.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate as they will have a key strategic role within the development of our new school. You will be part of a team which is committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment where everyone is valued and encouraged to reach their full potential, and aspirations for both students and staff are very high. The work we do is both varied and challenging, and we form a cornerstone of a triangulated approach which places the child at the centre of education, care and therapeutic intervention.
This would be the ideal opportunity for a candidate looking to further develop within a leadership role.
The right candidate will have:
The successful candidate will hold QTS and will have a proven record of good or outstanding teaching practice and leadership experience. They will have a broad experience in planning, delivery and classroom management with a dedication to ensuring the best outcomes for individuals. You will need to share our commitment to ensuring that all students are fully prepared and supported for life beyond school.
We have a strong safeguarding culture and expect applicants to be committed to the safeguarding of children and eager to continually develop their practice in this area. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate is required prior to commencement of this post.
The Compass Community values equality and diversity across our workforce and aims to ensure our staff community is reflective of the diversity of the children and young people within our care. In support of this commitment, we welcome applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds.