ASD KS3/4 English Teacher - Lambeth
We are excited to be recruiting for a vacancy for a permanent KS3 English Teacher in a welcoming SEND secondary school. This post is expected to be offered to a competent KS3/4 English Teacher who can offer a positive and proactive attitude whilst working with learners who have Social, Emotional and Mental health issues, many of whom display challenging behaviours.
- ASD KS3 English Teacher
- Permanent Job
- Excellent SLT, Support and Training
- Outstanding OfSTED 2017
- Fantastic Career Prospects
Person Specification for KS3 English Teacher
The ideal candidate will be an inspirational ASD KS3/4 English Teacher who has at least 3 years of teaching experience and some experience of teaching children with behavioural and emotional issues. You will have the skills to support students with challenging behaviour, low self esteem and trust issues and a confident approach to handling unexpected problems.
About the KS3 English Teacher Role
In this SEMH KS3 English Teacher post you will be becoming an important part of the committed team. All teachers have a full time graduate TA working in class who is well trained and highly motivated. All TAs are incentivised by the opportunity to join the teach first programme and are therefore looking to prove the abilities that will one day help them teach a class of their own. As an experienced KS3 English Teacher you will have the teaching ability and proven track record to deliver English successfully up to GCSE level.
The School - KS3 English Teacher Role
This SEND provision is fair and inclusive secondary school for students who have a diagnosis of special needs for Social Emotional and Mental Health with associated Social and Communication Needs.
The school ethos is that each individual is unique and has their own special talent that can be developed in a calm, thoughtful and ordered school where there is fairness, understanding, clear rules, and where the consequences of actions are accepted by all. With these elements in place the school has shown that it is possible for every pupil, perhaps for the first time, to enjoy their education, achieve their potential.