secondary behaviour intervention teacher - falkland islands

falkland islands
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Secondary Behaviour Intervention Teacher - Falkland Islands, August 2019

Curriculum: UK
Experience: Teachers must have 2+ years post qualification
Sponsorship: Single teachers preferred
Salary: Excellent salary and benefits
Contract: 2 years +

School Ethos/Vision: This community school aims to develop well-balanced young adults, who enjoy and thrive on education and use education as a tool to leader happy and fulfilling lives. Students receive tailored education to encourage deep understand and support to ensure success is achieved. This school has approximately 160 students and follows the English National curriculum in Key stage 3 and 4, catering for students up to the age of 16. The school itself is housed in modern, well-resourced facilities which include a library and leisure centre. All classrooms are equipped with ICT and interactive whiteboards. This is a short term contract to cover a current employee's absence through illness.

The Falkland Islands are a unique and dramatically beautiful environment set in the South Atlantic Ocean. Great value is placed on education by Government, parents, students and the community as a whole. Primary and secondary education follows the English National Curriculum, from Early Years Foundation Stage to the end of Key Stage 4 (including SATs and GCSEs). The curriculum is enhanced to take advantage of the locality. Unique wildlife, negligible pollution, low crime rates, the absence of traffic jams, a varied social calendar and the close proximity of South America and Antarctica characterise this community.


* is a graduate secondary teacher with Qualified Teacher Status (recognisable in UK) who has completed the statutory induction year as an NQT and has 2 or more years' post NQT experience;
* has experience in teaching students with a variety of behavioural needs and is able to design and deliver bespoke courses matched to student's needs, as well as supporting them to access and reengage with mainstream subject lessons
* can demonstrate recent experience of teaching students with behavioural needs within the National Curriculum for England and has an up to date knowledge of developments within the area;
* can work effectively with colleagues in the school and feeder primary to ensure smooth transition of students;
* can work with the SENCo to plan effective alternative curriculums;
* is able to oversee the day to day running of the Hub, including supervision of the learning support team;
* is committed to assisting in the further development of differentiation and SEND inclusive practice across the school;
* is familiar with, and able to use, EQUALS and PIVATS or similar;
* has taught students who have difficulties within the 4 broad areas of need as defined in the special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0-25;
* is able to contribute to the development of PSHE, pastoral life and extra curriculum opportunities.
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* A stimulating and supportive working environment with a small but dedicated team
* Basic starting salary up to £38,740 per annum
* Eligibility for a 25% gratuity payable upon satisfactory completion of the contract
* Favourable income tax rates
* Airfares for the post holder and recognised dependants at the beginning and end of contract, and additional annual return flights contingent on the duration of the contract
* A relocation grant
* Accommodation to rent
* Free education locally for dependent children to GCSE level
* A unique and beautiful environment to live and work


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