We fundamentally believe in the DEVELOPMENT of the WHOLE PERSON and their individual needs to be THE BEST THEY CAN BE


Full Time Teacher, Rise Carr College

 Salary: MPS/UPS plus SEN Allowance

Closing Date: Tuesday 14th May at midnight  

Interview Date: The afternoon of Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Contract Details

Permanent required to start September 2024


 he school is committed to safer recruitment practice and pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.  This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Job Description

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, experienced and committed practitioner from September 2024 whose outstanding classroom and organisational skills will be pivotal in the continued success of our provision. It is our expectation that ‘every child gets every chance, every day’ and that they have access to an educational experience that is appropriate, aspirational and inspirational. 

This role is not specifically linked to a curriculum area, though a specialism or interest in STEM subjects would be advantageous. You may be primary or secondary trained but a keen interest in supporting children with additional SEMH needs is vital.

In our school we are committed to providing outstanding education in the broadest sense, prioritising the development of successful learners, increasing progress to ensure that all learners reach their full potential and to extend and ensure the development of ‘the whole child’. 

 Please see job specification for full details

How to apply

Please complete the application form attached and email a completed form to


Or post to

FAO Kerry Loftus, Rise Carr College, Eldon Street, Darlington DL3 0NS

To apply please complete the application form below by 14 May and return it to k.loftus@risecarrcollege.org.uk

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