The school seeks a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of learning support who can teach across the age range up to A Level.
Box Hill School is a co-educational community of 425 girls and boys aged 11 to 18, whose educational ideals and practice are designed to get the best out of each student. The school follows the philosophy of Kurt Hahn, founder of Gordonstoun in Scotland: while placing academic work at the heart of a school, Hahn stressed the importance of an all-round education as a preparation for life.
'This exuberant interview of Dr Maryanne Wolf contains a lot of very important messages about the reading brain, especially dyslexia.' (Sir Jim Rose)
We are looking to appoint a part-time SpLD (Specific Learning Difficulties) Teacher, with a specialist dyslexia qualification, to join our vibrant and successful Learning Support team in SW6.
This very practical two-day course shows you how to coach your struggling students or your own children to use their mental imagery more effectively so they can begin to experience success. 23 Oct/11 Nov
“I am dyslexic – when I was eight I couldn’t read or write. I was inspired to take part in the TeenTech Awards by some girls in the year above me. I’m so glad I did. Now, I just want to really encourage other children and teenagers not to be limited by labels and follow their dreams.”