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Class Teacher:  Part-time or Full-time

Start date: September 2022

Salary: MPS plus 1 SEN pt



Marjorie McClure School is a special school for pupils aged 4 to 19 who have a wide range of physical disabilities, medical needs and associated learning difficulties or sensory impairments. We are an outstanding school with an inclusive ethos.  It is a calm, friendly and stimulating place to work.


At Marjorie McClure we believe that learning is an adventure, one filled with inspirational, creative opportunities and a variety of experiences to enable every individual to grow and become their best self. Learning opportunities are diverse and child centered, with an emphasis on life skills, communication and developing independence, giving everyone the opportunity to achieve both academic and personal success. We work together to break down barriers and cultivate a respectful, inclusive community. Together we are brave, together we inspire success.


We are looking for an exceptional teacher who can flexibly teach different age ranges and subjects.  To take on subject and pastoral responsibility for a form group. Discussion around personal strengths will form part of the interview process. We are looking to appoint an excellent classroom practitioner who is enthusiastic, highly skilled, creative and flexible with an interest in working with pupils with SEN. This post is suitable for an excellent mainstream teacher who wants to develop their SEN experience, as well as those with SEN experience; we would also encourage NQT’s to apply.


These posts offer the opportunity to join an enthusiastic, highly skilled and friendly team of staff, pupils, parents and Governors committed to ensuring that all of our pupils achieve their full potential.


We would like to offer visits to the school on:

Friday 10th June at 11.30 am

Tuesday 14th June at 1.30 pm


Closing date for applications: Friday 17th June 2022

Interview date: Friday 24th June 2022


Marjorie McClure School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.