TLG Torbay Classroom Teacher
Transforming Lives for Good (TLG), Torbay
Starting Salary: £23,611 -£27,715 (FTE) (Dependent on experience)
Hours: 37.5 per week
Closing Date: 5pm Monday, 13th September
Location: TLG Torbay
Would you like a change in an educational context to allow you to bring greater impact to the lives of struggling young people? Come and work in a classroom team with a small number of students to bring a lasting change through a more creative and holistic learning approach. TLG Torbay is a working partnership between TLG and Upton Vale Baptist Church, a church-based education centre offering a safe and nurturing place for young people to learn. We are looking for an experienced Teacher with a passion to support young people experiencing educational crisis.
At TLG, young people are valued, cared for and their potential is championed. We’re passionate about seeing young people return to mainstream school, progress on to college or find work because of the support we provide. As a Classroom Teacher, you will play an integral part in enabling young people to get their lives back on track, through delivering innovative programmes, working with the Centre Manager, other supporting staff and committed volunteers to ensure that the Education Centre achieves success.
The role involves assistance with the planning and delivery of lessons, leading sessions as timetabled and providing one-to-one support as appropriate to bring excellence to the young people’s learning experience. You will also act as a link between TLG’s students, their families and the church community.
TLG is a Christian charity and as a team, we want to bring our faith to the work we do; as such, we are recruiting an individual with a strong and vibrant Christian faith.
To find out more and download an application pack, please visit www.tlg.org.uk.
For further information email email@example.com or phone 01274 900380.
Initial interviews will take place from the week commencing 20th September 2021.
There is an occupational requirement for the postholder to be a committed Christian in agreement with the charity's statement of faith. This is because of the teaching and discipleship responsibilities of this role.