SEMH Primary Teacher

Posted 16 May by Engage Partners
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Primary Teacher Needed for SEND School in Havant

We are working with an SEMH provision in Havant who are looking for the right individual to join their team, teaching boys from age eleven to sixteen with Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about supporting children with Social and Emotional Needs, and able to teach across KS1-KS4. A strong sense of behaviour management is important.

This provision is looking for an innovative, compassionate, and resilient educator with experience or a strong desire to work within SEMH. Your role will be pivotal in fostering a trauma-informed environment, supporting students with complex needs and behavioural challenges.

They are looking for someone with a primary teaching background and the ability to engage and inspire students with SEMH needs. They are looking for teachers who can teach across a range of subjects, including English and Maths, in addition to their own specialism.

About the role:
  • You would be in the one School ASAP, Full time.

  • Working with students who have challenging behaviours and/or trauma and attachment.

  • This is a setting where having a calm, nurturing and empathetic nature is key

  • Some experience within SEND / SEMH preferable not necessity

  • Passionate about supporting students and their social and emotional journey

  • Would accept ECT’s

What do I need?
  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

  • Flexibility, enthusiasm and motivation to deliver great lessons

  • Understanding of SEMH

  • Understanding of Primary Curriculum

  • Behaviour management skills

  • An ability to adhere to and implement schools’ various policies

Why choose Engage?
  1. We put the ambitions of our teachers first, ensuring you have the support to teach the way you want to, and pride ourselves on providing high levels of service to our teachers and support staff.

  2. We are widely-recognised, giving us the reach we need to secure reliable work for our supply teachers.

  3. Do you have friends or colleagues looking for work? Invite friends to join us & earn a £50 Amazon voucher when they work 5 days! You can refer friends from the UK or from overseas and you can refer as many people as you like! The sky's the limit…

  4. We pay our teachers in line with the Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) meaning you will be paid the same as a permanent employee, regardless of how many days you work.

  5. You will have your own dedicated consultant, who is fully-trained to answer all your questions and provide ongoing support and guidance.

  6. We will also invite you to our CPD training sessions, which are delivered by our in-house team of former senior leaders, and are entirely free to attend!

I’m interested - how do I apply?

Great! If you meet the criteria to become a supply teacher with Engage, you can apply below or contact us directly.

All applicants require the appropriate qualifications and training.

If you don’t hear from us within 2 working days, unfortunately you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we’ll keep your CV on file and get in touch if something suitable comes up. (You can still apply for our other roles, too!)

Engage Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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We look forward to working with you!

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