SEN Primary Teacher

Location Holsworthy
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £0.00
Contact name: Alex Moore

Contact email: alex@opus-abc.uk
Job ref: 49966
Published: about 1 month ago
Startdate: 22/04/2022

SEN PRIMARY TEACHER - Launceston, Bude, Whitstone, Holsworthy 

A school in the Launceston area are currently recruiting for 2 x SEN Primary Teachers to join a friendly, specialist school. The role will require the successful applicant to teach and be responsible for the planning, organisation and delivery of a Primary Curriculum in Key Stages 1 and 2.

If you are a motivated teacher who is looking for a challenging and rewarding role, then this could be perfect for you!

This is a Special school which supports children aged 4-16, with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). They aim to empower pupils with self-confidence, developing their ability to respect others and themselves and to help pupils learn to manage their emotional and behaviour difficulties in a range of settings and situations. The school follows the National Curriculum, differentiated for individual pupils where necessary.

Why work at this school?

A challenging but happy, positive, caring ethos and working atmosphere.

A highly committed, enthusiastic and supportive staff team.

An excellent opportunity for professional and career development.

Role of an SEN Teacher:

Responsible for a class of 4-6 pupils.

Working with pupils with challenging behaviour, complex needs and SEMH.

Responsible for key support staff.

Managing pupil behaviour consistently and fairly in line with the school's behaviour policy.

The ideal candidate will:

Have lots of patience, be proactive and resilient!

Have QTS and preferably some experience working within a SEND/SEMH school but not essential. ECT's are encouraged to apply.

Excellent communication skills and the ability to work co-operatively and collaboratively with a range of staff (including LSA's, colleagues and multi-agency professionals).

A strong ability to develop relationships and rapport with both pupils and parents.