Maths and/or Science Secondary Teacher in SEN school

Posted 9 April by PETERS DEAN CARE LTD

Teacher of Maths and/or Science permanent

Teacher of Maths and/or Science required for an 8-16 school with 30 pupils which supports children with social, emotional and behaviour difficulties. Working with small class sizes, we provide a differentiated curriculum and progress pupils through entry level functional skills and GCSE qualifications.

As a Secondary Teacher, you will be working with the Head Teacher and be responsible for developing and improving the skills of the students within the school. You will be managing the resources for the classroom whilst planning your lessons in advance to ensure they are meeting and exceeding the curriculum.

You will be creative when teaching and think outside the box and adapt your lessons to suit your individual learners. You will encourage positive learning and reward student for good behaviours.

You will communicate with key stakeholders and update on the progress of the learners. You will ensure the teaching and learning of the subject is highly effective and that all pupils achieve their maximum potential through on-going support.

You and the school team will share the same passion and vision for the school's service which is delivered daily to children and young people with SEMH.

Your duties will include:

Planning, organising and delivering creative lessons

Behaviour Management

Reporting on Behaviour

Working in partnership with key stakeholders

Key Skills Required:

QTS qualified

Ideally you will have had previous experience in teaching within a specialist education setting

Knowledge of online learning opportunities available

Hold a full UK driving licence

Passionate about providing quality education care and support to young people

Required skills

  • Maths and/or Science Secondary Teacher in SEN school

Application questions

Do you have a clean driving licence and access to a car?
Do you have experience of working with pupils with SEND?
Do you have QTS?

Reference: 34853564

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