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Seeking an experienced and qualified SEN teacher to work for a friendly and well-respected children's home School
We are looking for a creative, inspirational and dedicated Teacher who is passionate about working with SEN children to join the current team of professionals.
Excellent opportunity for a qualified Teacher within a specialised school for young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. This is a rewarding role with scope to really build relationships with staff and students and really make a difference.
Do you want to continue your career within an organisation that supports and values their staff whilst making a huge difference to young people that need your support to learn and grow?
Then apply now!
SEN Teacher Role:
As SEN Class teacher, you will be able to effectively manage, promote and develop a welcoming child centred environment.
Professional yet approachable and a natural communicator. Able to forge and maintain good working relationships with colleagues, young people and their families as well as other professional organisations
Encouraging and enabling young people to aspire to achieve their very best whilst in the client's care.
Applying specialised teaching methods and developing and implementing individual education plans and lesson plans, monitoring progress and recording evidence.
Working with the client to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive environment.
Offering appropriate support to students when in crisis or dealing with stress.
You will work with support from T. A'S to direct students in their learning and behaviour.
Managing and encouraging students to become independent learners, supporting their welfare alongside their emotional and behavioural development
SEN Teacher Applicant Criteria:
Qualified Teaching Status (QTS) is essential
Experience of teaching and supporting students with special educational needs, particularly those who have EBD
Experience of functional skills and ASDAN awards
The ability to teach students with SEMH across Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.
Able to lead, encourage, engage and motivate learners and staff
Understanding of key childcare policy and safeguarding criteria
Maintain student records to a professional standard.
And have experience of planning and delivering a curriculum.
Small class sizes (average of 6 pupils per class) with a maximum capacity of 18 pupils.
Chance to work 1.1 with pupils
Make a real difference to children
Pension and access to the Staff Perk box benefits scheme
Term time only working hours, enabling a great work/life balance
Supportive, friendly team
Scope for training and progression within the role
Opportunity to nurture and develop the life skills and abilities of young people
8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday hours
If you meet the applicant criteria, we would love to hear from you. Don't delay apply today!
Please contact the care team on 01273711919 or email
*FPR Group is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. FPR Group is acting as a Recruitment agency
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