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Secondary Teacher with Science Specialism

Full Time (will consider part time)

Boston Area but must be prepared to travel to other bases

 Main Scale + SEN Allowance

  • Committed to educating the whole child and ensuring outstanding outcomes?
  • Looking for an opportunity to apply your skills and expertise in an unconventional environment?

Our school provides education to children and young people unable to attend school due to medical and mental health needs.    The role offers an exciting, challenging opportunity to work with vulnerable young people in Lincolnshire.  

We are looking to appoint from September 2018 or earlier if available a Teacher with Science specialism in mainstream education. 

You will be:

  • creative
  • committed to the values and vision of the school
  • forward thinking
  • pro-active in removing pupil barriers to learning

You will enable young people to believe in themselves during a difficult phase in their lives

Informal visits to the main school base in Lincoln are welcomed.

Further details and application forms are available on the school website  Applications to be submitted electronically to

Closing date:   12 noon 16th April 2018

Interview date: 23rd April 2018


Our school is strongly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all to share this commitment.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure .


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Please read full letter via the link from our Pastoral Page.