Cavendish View School provides a nurturing and stimulating education for pupils with Autism Spectrum Condition (A.S.C) and special education needs (S.E.N) from the ages of 5 to 11 years.

We provide every child with an exceptional educational experience which is enjoyable, stimulating and supportive, enabling them to reach their full potential. We are a small school but we have big ideas and do not set limits on what our children can both aspire to and achieve. Our goal is to give the children at Cavendish View School a window on the wider world.

Pupils benefit from a multi-disciplinary team consisting of teachers, a family liaison officer, teaching assistants, a speech and language therapist, an occupational therapist and a mental health practitioner.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Teacher to support Cavendish school in Liverpool with students aged 5-11 years with Autism Spectrum Condition (A.S.C) and special education needs (S.E.N) from the ages of 5 to 11 years. 


– Term time only working

– FREE Online 24/7 GP Service for you and your family from a GP who can prescribe 

– Wagestream – where any day can be a payday 

– Refer-a-Friend Scheme – Instantly earn points and cash rewards 

– Sovereign Health Care Plan  

– Canada Life, Group Life Assurance  

– Blue Light Card  

– Blink, our internal communications app  

– Pension scheme  

– Free DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service) 


Main responsibilities

  • Secure high quality teaching and learning, effective resources and improved achievement for all children
  • Ensure that teaching is organized to meet the aims and objectives of the teaching and learning policy
  • To demonstrate a consistently high standard of classroom management and practice and teach within the framework of the school policies and guidelines paying particular attention to equal opportunities and behavior management


Professional knowledge and understanding

  • Remain up to date with developments within the school
  • Have the skills and attributes of : Nurturing, adaptability, enthusiasm, integrity and commitment
  • Develop a collaborative ethos which enables everyone to work to achieve common goals
  • Ensure individual team accountabilities are clearly defined, understood and agreed. This includes planning, observing, reporting and assessment
  • Ensure every child has access to high quality teaching and learning


Working together

  • Working with the Governors and the Leadership Team to promote the vision and values of the school to pupils, staff, parents/carers and the wider community
  • To comply with and actively implement Children’s Services and school policies regarding Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities, and Safeguarding
  • Motivate others to work together well as a team in the best interest of children and families

 Teaching and learning

  • Drive a continuous and consistent focus on pupils’ achievement, using school assessment systems to monitor progress.
  • Establish creative, responsive and effective approaches to teaching
  • Monitor evaluate and review the effectiveness of teaching
  • Create a culture and ethos of challenge and support where all pupils can achieve success and become engaged in their own learning
  • Manage and organize the learning environment within the classroom to ensure it reflects the school’s high standards
  • Use and integrate a range of technologies effectively and efficiently
  • Ensure that planning is child centered and takes into account the diversity of individual children

Developing self and working with others

  • Promote and maintain a culture of high expectations for self and others
  • Ensure effective planning, allocation, support and evaluation of work of teams and individuals
  • Regularly review own practice, set personal targets and take responsibility for own development, seeking advice and support from other leaders
  • Take advantage of appropriate opportunities for professional development and use the outcomes effectively to improve children’s learning

Health and Safety

  • Ensuring the safety of all staff and pupils within class team by monitoring risk assessments, planned trips and visits and any school activities with a risk potential.  This includes ensuring all staff within class team are aware of potential risk factors and school procedures for managing risk effectively



  • To have due regard for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to follow the child protection procedures adopted by the Local Authority and school


This job description should not be seen as all encompassing, and the post holder will be expected to undertake any other responsibilities appropriate to the post as identified by the company.


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