Mary Hare School, Newbury, Berkshire.
Mary Hare educates 250 profoundly deaf children at its residential school in Berkshire and you can help make a real difference at this national centre of excellence.



We require a highly motivated and well qualified Teacher of Chemistry to teach across the age and ability range from 11-19.
A Level chemistry teaching would be available for a suitable candidate. Mary Hare is a residential secondary school for hearing-impaired children, and has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted since 1999. The school follows an auditory/oral educational philosophy and so a knowledge and proficiency in sign language is not required. Candidates from mainstream schools are therefore very welcome to apply. The school has a team of fully qualified care staff to look after the children in residence. Benefits of working at Mary Hare include small teaching groups, pupils who value help and support, and a close and supportive teaching staff. All teaching is by oral methods and no knowledge of sign language is necessary.

This post carries with it one SEN point on appointment.

Application forms and additional information is available on our website.

Please contact Dave Davies, Head of Science on d.davies@maryhare.org.uk for further information and return completed application forms to Ruth Taylor on r.taylor@maryhare.org.uk

Closing Date: 14th May 2014
Interviews week beginning 19th May 2014

Mary Hare is committed to safeguarding children and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure along with other relevant employment checks.
Mary Hare is a registered charity: 1048386

Job Type : Part-Time

Location : Newbury

Salary : n/a

Date Advertised : 01 May 2014

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