Upper KS2 Teacher

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 18/10/2019 23:59
£23,720 - £39,406
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
Walworth School
Closing date:
18 Oct
Further Information

Required from 24th February 2020 or before if possible.
Permanent/Full Time

Walworth is a day/residential school which caters for day/extended day and residential pupils dependent upon their needs, who have Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties. We provide a safe and welcoming learning environment for boys and girls between the ages of 4-11 years. We have 90 planned places. All children have a statement of Special Educational Needs and frequently children also experience difficulties in their lives beyond school.

The children in school have a wide and varied range of difficulties and needs which have prevented effective learning and personal development in a main stream setting. The majority of children on entering Walworth are underachieving academically, and many have failed to establish successful peer and adult relationships.

The school works with the full range of outside agencies across the authority and is committed to ensuring positive working relationships to best meet the pupil’s needs.

Staff and Governors are committed to working in partnership with parents and carers, and forge links with mainstream schools and the wider local community.

Walworth offers children opportunities to access a wide range of professional support in a specialist setting which helps them overcome their difficulties; and aims to help children make positive changes to enable them to fully develop their own potential. We have high expectations and constantly discuss and evaluate their progress.

As the school caters for the whole of the County Durham catchment area, the majority of children travel to school by taxi.


. To emphasise strategies and approaches, which with an appropriate learning
environment should lead to improvements in pupils’ self-esteem, self confidence
and self-control.

. To ensure pupils experience a tolerant and caring school environment where
trust and respect for others is reinforced.

. To ensure delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum, adapted to motivate and
challenge pupils to achieve and promote success.

. To develop a happy ethos of community and shared values.

. To ensure pupils develop and learn in an inclusive environment without labelling.


Pupils are valued in Walworth and this in turn leads them to value themselves and others.

Explicit values and reasons are portrayed to the children to determine how effective we are in achieving our aims.

. We value children’s behavioural development because with specific guidance
they can develop acceptable, co-operative, responsible behaviour to carry them
to their full potential as young people.

. We value children’s academic development as this lays the foundations for their future development, self-esteem and confidence.

. We value children’s social development because they will become more
successful and accepted by the world at large.

. We value children’s emotional development. Many have had experiences which have had a negative effect on how they feel and respond to situations. These
Emotions are often linked with other developmental features and may reflect
deeper disturbance. With sensitivity, tolerance and caring we can make a

Application forms are available from this website and returnable the school.

Closing date for applications: Friday 18th October

Interviews: Wednesday 13th November 2019

Walworth School
Bluebell Way,
Newton Aycliffe,
Co. Durham

Tel: 01325 300194
Email: e.blenkinsopp200@durhamlearning.net
Website: www.walworth.durham.sch.uk

Please note
This job is closed for applications.