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Come and work in our special school Multi-Academy Trust.
Lancaster School is looking to recruit secondary teachers, but primary trained may be suitable, with effect from September 2019. Part time teachers will be considered.
Jobs may be suitable for NQTs, the right attitude and ability to work with our pupils is most important. Training and support will be given for all candidates.
As a Trust we are committed to ensuring the welfare and safeguarding of all pupils. All staff will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Closing date for applications: Friday 31st May 2019
Visits are welcome and encouraged. Visits will take place on Tuesday 21st May at 1.30pm (please book in advance).
Formal interviews will take place on Tuesday 11th June. Part of the interview process will involve time spent in the classroom which may include some teaching activities.
To book a visit and/or request an application pack please contact Beverly May at Lancaster School: 01702 342543 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about our MAT and the schools within it, visit our website: www.sentrustsouthend.co.uk
Information about the School
Lancaster School is an Academy special school for up to 82 students aged 14-19 with a range of complex needs: severe learning difficulties (SLD) and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), neurological impairments, complex physical and medical difficulties, alongside students with moderate learning difficulties, who may need additional social and emotional support before transferring to local colleges at post-19.
Lancaster School is part of the SEN Trust Southend which opened as a formal partnership on 1 September 2017. The four special schools, The St. Christopher School, Kingsdown School, Lancaster School and St. Nicholas School have always worked closely together to create a strong group of special schools which aim to meet the majority of needs of those pupils who require specialist support in a specialist educational school with Southend. We created the Multi-Academy Trust to help us continue this work.