CMAS is a rapidly growing and highly successful company.

Our vision is to be the learning provider of choice in the South West, meeting the unmet needs of children, young people and their families.

We employ over 100 teachers, mentors and support staff and we are currently recruiting for the following posts:

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Maths teacher

CMAS School Gloucestershire

This job will suit a teacher who is motivated by coaching young people to be the best version of themselves. The students we work with are those considered hard to reach and young people who have struggled to ‘fit in’ within mainstream school therefore their learning journey is highly personalised and supportive of their well being. Sessions are delivered through one-to-one sessions and small group work sessions.

 

Starting in January 2021

English Teacher

CMAS School Gloucestershire

This job will suit a teacher who is motivated by coaching young people to be the best version of themselves. The students we work with are those considered hard to reach and young people who have struggled to ‘fit in’ within mainstream school therefore their learning journey is highly personalised and supportive of their well being. Sessions are delivered through one-to-one sessions and small group work sessions.

Starting January 2021

 

Science Teacher

CMAS School Gloucestershire

This job will suit a teacher who is motivated by coaching young people to be the best version of themselves.

To manage the coordination of Science across CMAS Schools in the South West. This will cover an array of Functional Skills, KS3 through to KS4 to provide personalised Science lessons that support, stretch and challenge our students to progress.  To guide and support our learning mentors to deliver enriched, motivating sessions and support their subject knowledge.

Education Mentor Support Worker

CMAS School Gloucestershire

To provide one to one and group support for young people through a process of education support and mentoring.  This to be done according to a pre-agreed plan working closely with the teaching staff and within the line management structure. Programmes will be regularly reviewed and in partnership with CMAS school, parents/carers and other professionals as appropriate.  This will include daily transport of students and work in the community and in education settings, as required.