Specialist English Teacher required in an SEN setting Summer Term 2018
Your new company
Hays Education are working alongside a small SEN setting in the Somerset area. At maximum capacity the school holds 20-25 students, all of which hold Education Health and Care Plans (EHCP). With high amounts of support in every class you will always be supported. The school believes strongly that learning outside the classroom is a vital part of their curriculum and even have a small farm area located on school grounds.
Your new role
You will be planning, delivering and marking English lessons to small classes, sometimes only 2-4 students within each class. Whilst English will be your priority, you will be required to support in other lessons and provide supervision when students go off site. The role is a mixture of education and care and is hugely different to any mainstream setting you may have worked in.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need to hold a full QTS, with English as a speciality subject. You will need to present with sound knowledge within the SEN sector whilst having an understanding and empathetic approach to all students, no matter their need. You will need to undergo Hays' stringent compliance procedure, ensuring recent referable experience working with children in a professional capacity. Various other legal checks will be processed and a full Enhanced DBS certificate is essential.
What you'll get in return
- Security of a Long Term position - with opportunity to go permanent
- Further your career and development within an SEN setting
- School provides the chance to enrol on various training courses
- £250 reward every time you successfully refer a friend who works for Hays
- Access to Hays online safeguarding training
What you need to do now
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- special needs
- complex needs
- behavioural difficulties
- emotional difficulties
- social difficulties