The ideal candidate will have a PGCE in Primary or Secondary Education and have experience in teaching SEN students. This is a school that caters for students 11-19 years.
As per many SEN schools they work with a range of teachers, Learning Support Assistants, Educational Psychologists, Speech & Language, Physio and Occupational Therapists and they integrate these therapies within the curriculum and throughout the school day.
As an SEN teacher you will be required to assess and produce an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) for each child and deliver these lessons to the students in a creative manner. The IEP aims to nurture and address these requirements, along with targets for improvement.
The Teacher will have:
*A genuine passion for teaching
*Ability to work on your own initiative or as part of a team
*Previous Experience in a Teaching post
*Ability to contribute to the forward-thinking ethos of the school
*An optimistic outlook and the skill to encourage students
*Ability to tap into a student's imagination and expand upon sensory tools
*Good classroom management
Job description below:
*To provide, co-ordinate and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum and to organise the classroom, its resources and displays to create a stimulating learning environment.
*To provide detailed written records of the pupils learning objectives and their progress, I.E.P's and Annual Reviews.
*To develop and participate in personal hygiene programmes and eating and drinking programmes where necessary.
*To take all reasonable steps to maintain good order among pupils, safeguarding their health and safety both when they are authorised to be on School premises and when they are engaged in authorised School activities elsewhere.
*To direct and co-ordinate Teaching Assistants and any student or volunteer assigned to the class for whom responsibility has been allocated.
*To work closely as a team with colleagues and other professionals.
*To work in conjunction with other professionals from the Health Service to ensure that pupils medical and physical needs are met appropriately.
*To develop good communications with parents/carers via appropriate means including Home/school books, the telephone etc.
*To take an active part in whole school development planning.
*To participate in appropriate meetings with colleagues, parents/carers and other professionals.
*To incorporate the philosophy of the Lower department into classroom/lesson planning and management.
Does this role sound like it would suit you? If so, then please apply here, or call to speak to our SEN Team.
If you know of anyone who may be interested in this position, please forward their details to us and you could be eligible for our referral scheme.
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