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Calling all Teachers

The London Teaching Pool has numerous job opportunities Start the new academic year on the right foot

Permanent, long-term and daily supply work available within:

· Primary · Secondary · SEN · Early Years · Further Education

Required for September or earlier

Teacher of Mathematics Salary: £23,024 – £33,489

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and ambitious Teacher of Mathematics to join our Mathematics Department. The successful candidate will have sound subject knowledge and be able to demonstrate consistently high standards of delivery.

We are a new Academy, having opened in September 2009, and have a unique learning environment that caters for our large student population. In ‘schools’ of 450, colleges of 150 and classes of 25, with competitive terms and conditions of service and a strong commitment to the professional development of talented staff, we are an organisation at the heart of its local community.

Just 35 minutes from London by road and rail and with excellent access to the M25 and Kent, this is an ideal area in which to work. There are excellent local shopping facilities such as Lakeside, competitively priced accommodation and easy access to Stansted Airport.

If you have a passion for teaching mathematics and would like to be part of our success story then we look forward to hearing from you.

For further details & an application pack: Visit Telephone Nannette Windsor on 01268 498687 or email

Closing Date: Monday 11th April 2011 at Noon Interviews: Week commencing Monday 18th April 2011

The Basildon Academies are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to CRB and health checks. The Basildon Academies, Wickford Avenue, Pitsea, Basildon, Essex SS13 3HL +44 (0)20 7501 6762


The West Somerset Community College A Specialist Technology College with a Rural Dimension

13-19 Mixed Comprehensive – NOR 1287 (390 in Sixth Form)

Bircham Road, Alcombe, Minehead TA24 6AY Tel: 01643 706061 Fax: 01643 705700 E-mail: offi


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For September 2011 we are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic teacher to join a strong and highly successful team and teach across the full ability range in Years 9-11, with the possibility of some Post 16 teaching. A rich curriculum, including examination courses at BTEC, GCSE and ‘A’ Level is taught in excellent facilities. The curriculum is complemented by a full programme of enrichment activities covering all major sports and a range of high quality outdoor education opportunities. Our dual use Sports Centre is a focus for sports and leisure and we value the place of Physical Education in lifelong learning and the Team’s collaborative work within the community.

Due to the nature of this post, applications from women only can be accepted as this is a genuine occupational qualifi cation and as such is provided for under Section 7 (2) (e) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.

We will offer you:

• The opportunity to be part of a college that is “well led and managed” with an “outstanding curriculum” (Ofsted April 2009); • Standards of teaching and learning that would make any colleague enthusiastic to join our team.

• Excellent support, training and career development through our highly praised Investor in People programme.

• A friendly, cohesive and supportive staff. • One of the most beautiful rural areas in the country.

For further information, please contact Jean Stacey, Principal’s Secretary on 01643 700304/e-mail

A Foundation School

Teacher of MFL 1st September 2011

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding teacher of Modern Foreign Languages. This is an opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed teacher to develop a love of learning foreign languages with students at both primary and secondary level. The successful candidate will be expected to teach across the Key Stages in French and Spanish with approximately 50% of their teaching in KS2 working in partnership with our local primary schools. This post is an excellent opportunity for a well qualifi ed or newly qualifi ed teacher. Churchfi elds School is currently applying to convert to an Academy for September 2011. Application forms and further details of the post may be obtained from the Esther Newman PA to the Headteacher enewman@churchfi or via our website www. churchfi

The closing date for applications in 11am, 28th March 2011. Interviews will be w/c 4th April 2011

“A good and improving school with outstanding features” Ofsted 2007

Churchfi elds School is committed to promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.

The successful applicant will need to undertake an enhanced CRB disclosure and appointment will be subject to receipt of suitable references, qualifi cations and identity checks

Churchfi elds School A Maths, Computing and Science Specialism www.churchfi

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Contact us on 0845 450 1496


Assessment of autism: which approach should we use? Dr Helen Pearce

Complex presentations of autism Dr William Mandy

Parent’s experience post-diagnosis Jim Chapman

ASD in genetic syndromes: assessment and implications Dr Jo Moss

Feeding diffi culties in autism Dr Gillian Harris

Living with autism Dean Beadle

Reducing stress and easing transitions at school Mike Stanton

Forensic issues in autism Dr Helen Pearce

Role of speech and language therapy in intervention and management of ASD

Gina Davies

Helping adolescents with relationships and sexuality Angela Ward-Brown

Early behavioural interventions: role of PEACH Kirsty Hayhoe & Suzy Yardley

TEACCH Barbara Blyth

Motor skills in autism: pulling apart different motor processes Dr Emma Gowen

Effectiveness of pharmacotherapies in management of autism Dr Paramala Santosh

SecEd • March 24 2011

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