KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher - North West London
Are you an experienced Secondary SEMH/SEBD Teacher?
Do you have a strong understanding of the needs of young people with social emotional, behavioural, and mental health issues?
Do you have the confidence and skills to work 1:1 or with small groups helping students get ready for GCSE's in core subject areas?
Are you are looking for a new challenge?
Our client school has a vacancy for an outgoing and talented Secondary SEMH/SEBD Teacher to join their exceptional team. You would be working on boosting attainment in small groups and 1:1 in a welcoming school community preparing students for SATS and later life.
Secondary SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher position in Camden North London
Long term role at an outstanding SEN school
Position available ASAP for KS3 SEMH/SEBD Science Teacher
- Potential Permanent Contract
Daily Rate of £140 - £195
About the KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher Role
You will be becoming an important part of the hard-working KS4 department and you will be leading KS4 small groups and 1:1 sessions. This KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher position involves enlightening and engaging pupils with the KS4 curriculum. As KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher you will have the responsibility of cultivating your skills as a teacher that are delivered to you the supportive mentor.
Person Specification for KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher
The right KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher will be an eager teacher who has a history of 'Good' or better teaching and worked in an environment with a high number of SEN pupils previously, ideally a PRU or alternative provision centre. As KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher you will possess an adaptable approach that allows you to fit in quickly and a wholly empathetic nature.
The School - KS4 SEMH/SEBD Booster Teacher
This school promotes a warm and welcoming atmosphere which reflects the positive approach each staff member has towards teaching. This school has a long history of 'Outstanding' Ofsted grades in all areas and has a community atmosphere that can be felt as soon as you walk through the gates. All the pupils have a Statement of Special Education Needs and are aged between 11-19. The needs of pupils are dependent upon whether they present with behavioural, social, emotional, or mental health difficulties.
The headteacher is keen to stress that this is an additional position created as part of a concerted drive to push attainment for GCSE's across the school. Interviews and trail days to be arranged ASAP
- Alternative Provision
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