An exciting position has recently become available at a small independent SEMH/SEBD, for teaching children experiencing behavioural, emotional or learning barriers, and social communication difficulties. The school is located in Rainham, East London and caters for children from the ages of 7 to16 years. This SEMH Teacher post requires an aspirational and self-assured individual who is ready and excited to start making an impact in a new environment.
We are looking for a capable SEMH Teacher who has been recognised as a 'Good' or better teacher in recent observations and experience of working with SEN and EBD pupils. You will have the ability to show a great deal of understanding for SEN pupils with learning needs and show your ability to work in a proactive mode. The school wants to see an SEMH Teacher who will have a positive and flexible mind-set that enables them to react purposefully to any new changes.
- Successful class teaching experience.
- Experience of working with children with SEMH, Behaviour difficulties and those who are disengaged in education
- An excellent knowledge of specialist curriculum area and how it may be effectively taught.
- QTS would be preferable
About the Role
As a SEMH Teacher your role will involve you teaching a class of 5- 6 children. The ability to motivate pupils towards positive learning is essential. You will work with a Teaching Assistant.
The Teacher will be working with both Looked after Children and day pupils from the surrounding area. As a school, we cater for children and young people who have struggled in mainstream education environments and whose needs have subsequently been unmet. We need a teacher that will become part of a team that specialises in delivering a curriculum designed to meet individual needs and give students the best possible educational outcomes.
Students benefit from unique, bespoke creative curriculum with support from multidisciplinary agencies.
Main Roles and Responsibilities:
- Inspire trust and confidence in pupils and colleagues
- Inspirational teaching and planning which will engage and motivate pupils
- Identify and record progress regarding the children and their learning
- Build team commitment with colleagues and in the classroom
- Promote the wider aspirations and values of the school you work with
If you would like to be considered for the role please send your CV to Richard at 1st Staff today!
1st Staff are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Our objective is to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit.