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Caretaker - GRK
Are you looking for a part time caretaker role?
Would you like to be part of our outstanding team, working at our school on a farm in the glorious rolling hills of Hampshire, where your practical skills, reliability, enthusiasm, and proven problem solving skills can be shown off? We need a caretaker who can look after our property, our gardens, and our allotment. Do you have excellent property maintenance skills? Are you interested in horticulture? We’re looking for a proactive, organised and resourceful team member who will be rightfully proud of our school environment.
Our schools are run by The Green Room Foundation, which is a charity that provides a second chance at education for approximately 70 young people aged 11-18, who have, for various reasons, found it difficult to learn in mainstream education.
The role is based on 30 hours per week and is split over 6 days per week, with 4 weeks paid holiday to be taken in term-time. The role requires a clean driving licence.
This is a wonderful opportunity to join our OSFTED “Outstanding” team in Kingsley for the right candidate. If you’re flexible and like being busy with lots of variety please review the job description here, and if you’re interested please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you would like to work with us to email@example.com
Maths Teacher - GRK
Are you looking to work somewhere completely different?
The Green Room Kingsley is a school situated on a farm on the Hampshire/Surrey border. We have 30 pupils, aged 11-16, on roll currently and we are expanding to 40 pupils. They all have SEND needs and have all disconnected with mainstream education for a range of reasons. We work together as a team to overcome barriers and struggles, building trust with our pupils allowing them to gain social skills, courage and knowledge to help them in later life. We hold high expectations of both students and staff.
Our success relies first on GRK being a place of safety where pupils feel they can grow and thrive, our first and foremost value being kindness. We then aim to spark a passion for curiosity which broadens our pupils experience, perceptions and understanding of the world and the community they live in. Our final purpose being to increase aspirations and enact positive change.
Pupils currently study a range of subjects from Maths and English to Land Based Studies and Bushcraft. We use our unusual setting to its full potential, utilising its therapeutic nature to allow the academic lessons to happen.
We have a new position for a primary or secondary qualified teacher to teach Maths. Whilst we offer something different we strive to achieve GCSEs or equivalent in Year 11 and achieve this with regular small class lessons and 1:1 interventions from Year 7.
SEND experience is not necessary but a desire to help young people reach their potential and overcome barriers is imperative.
Many of our pupils are working at KS1/2 and the appropriate candidate will support each individual with a personalised approach to ensure they strengthen their foundations and make progress. Whilst the role will mostly be spent teaching Maths you will also have the opportunity to work in other areas of the curriculum, including lessons outside on the farm.
If you are a teacher who can think creatively and wants to really differentiate work, break the mould and try something refreshing and undoubtedly rewarding, we are the team for you!
Package includes a competitive salary based on experience and expertise for this full time role in addition to eligibility for our pension scheme, Benenden Healthcare, Death in Service benefit, lunches, DBS, statutory training and role-specific training as needed.
Take a look at our website and our social media to learn more about our schools and view the job description here. If this is you, send us your CV and a covering letter explaining why to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRC Head of School
Are you looking to work somewhere completely different?
The Green Room College (GRC) is a journey into adulthood for young people over the age of 16, who have had a difficult educational experience (all with EHCP’s). The core essence of The Green Room is to ‘Start a Path’. We enable our students to do this through a programme of education that is built upon a foundation of ROCCIT. ROCCIT is a framework of transversal skills (Resilience, Organisation, Communication, Community, Initiative, Teamwork), created at The Green Room, that will help our learners adapt to change and go on to lead meaningful and productive lives. Not all of these skills can be taught or experienced in a regular school environment which is why GRC has built its home in a community pub. This unique setting allows us to regularly engage with the community and offer meaningful work encounters in the hospitality, catering, events and retail sectors.
The success of GRC relies first on it being a place of safety where students feel they can grow and thrive, our first and foremost value being kindness. We then aim to spark a passion for curiosity which broadens our students' experience, perceptions and understanding of the world and the community they live in. Our final purpose being to increase aspirations and enact positive change.
The Head of GRC is a position that needs to model these values and skills through exceptional leadership.
The journey for GRC students begins on day one, where your leadership will inspire a desire to be there, and the confidence to change. You will be able to provide high support to students and staff, coupled with high challenge as we provide meaningful and bespoke opportunities for our young people. You will need to be firm with boundaries and respected for consistency and fairness. GRC is a place for social development, where students can make friends, support each other and develop independence and resilience as they progress into the next stage of their life. It is important that, wherever possible, this should be a fun experience. We aim to make education unmissable by being audacious in our approach.
This role includes leading the college as well as modelling unmissable teaching to groups of students as well as 1:1 interventions across our curriculum of project based learning. We also provide GCSE resits, vocational certificates and would like to expand into the world of apprenticeships. The successful candidate will be given the support but also freedom to develop this engaging curriculum and manage our brilliant team.
Package includes competitive salary (£45K-£50k p.a.) for this full time role in addition to eligibility for our pension scheme, Benenden Healthcare, Death in Service benefit, lunches, DBS, statutory training and role-specific training as needed.
Take a look around our website and our social media to learn more about our schools and click here to view the job description. If this is you, send us your CV and a covering letter explaining why to email@example.com.