SEMH Humanities & PSHE Teacher – Full-time – Special Needs Position – Doddington, Kent

SEMH Humanities & PSHE Teacher – Full-time – Special Needs Position

Doddington, Kent


SEMH Humanities & PSHE Teacher – Full-time – Special Needs Position

  • Ref:KCC886-6159-55T
  • Posted:27/02/2023
  • Pay:KR8 – 10 dependent on experience
  • Start Date:ASAP
  • App Close Date:27/03/2023 at 12:00
  • Interviews:TBC


Do you want to work in a place where you can make a difference every day?

Do you thrive on a challenge?

Do you believe in having the right provision for every child?

Infiniti School is looking to recruit an inspirational Humanities & PSHE Teacherwho will teach Geography, History, Religious Studies & PSHE to our KS3 & KS4 pupils in small groups.

You will be an outstanding practitioner; resilient and positive in your interactions with young people. You will be creative in planning and delivering lessons and will be able to differentiate lessons for a range of abilities and needs. You will be flexible, adaptable, and happy working as part of a dedicated team in an ever changing and fast moving environment.

Most importantly, you will be someone whose underlying beliefs about the purpose of education is to educate the whole child and offer the most vulnerable children the best opportunities in life. We have high expectations of our students, which are based on in-depth knowledge of them and their individual needs.

Infiniti is a unique school set in Doddington, a gorgeous area of outstanding natural beauty. This is a smallvillage school aspiring to make BIGchanges in the Social Emotional and Mental Health sector of education. 

To truly understand what this school is like, its vision for success in the future, the pupils and the staff who work here we strongly recommend a visit.

Don’t delay book a tour today: 01795 886687!

Information about the school

Infiniti School is an independent special school based in the beautiful village of Doddington, nr. Sittingbourne, Kent. We work with students in key stages 3, 4 and 5 who have SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) needs, as well as other associated difficulties and challenging behaviour. We have a broad and balanced curriculum with individual pathways for each student, with a focus on sport and outdoor education.

We offer therapeutic input alongside our academic and vocational courses, to help our students remove barriers to learning and become successful in and out of school.


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