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SEMH Primary Teacher required in Ipswich

Posted 7 March by Prospero Teaching Ended
Prospero Teaching are looking for a qualified Primary Teacher with experience working with children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties. The role is based in the Ipswich area and is to start from Easter 2018.

About the school and contract:

*We are looking for a qualified Primary Teacher to work with small groups of students
with a range of complex difficulties including SEMH. The majority of your time is
likely to be spent with key stages 5 and 6.
*Purpose built school with specialist learning areas.
*This is a permanent (or temp to perm) post to start after Easter 2018.
*The role is to work with students in key stages 2 and 3 in a school that Ofsted have
rated as "Good"

About the successful SEMH Primary Teacher:

*Previous experience teaching years 5 and 6, ideally within the SEN Sector, although
this in not essential providing you have the right attitude and desire.
*Previous experience working with challenging behaviour would be advantageous
*A passion for working with children with SEMH.
*Pro Active and innovative.

To be eligible the SEMH Primary must have/be:

*Highly motivated and focused on achieving the best for every student.
*A positive attitude and desire towards working with SEN students.
*Lots of energy and enthusiasm.
*The ability to engage and motivate students whilst making learning fun.
*Excellent communication skills - the school encourages good communication with

Please apply now with your updated CV, if this position is of interest.

If you have a friend who you think would be interested in this vacancy then please refer them to us and you could earn £150 from our Refer a Friend scheme.

Required skills

  • Primary
  • Special Needs
  • QTS
  • teacher
  • ks2
  • SEND
  • SEMH

Reference: 34623341

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