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GCSE English Teacher

  • Location: Kensington & Chelsea
  • Start date: 12 Jun 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11030290
  • Branch: Head Office
  • Consultant: Kirstie-Jane Bracknell
  • Call: 020 3219 7740
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Job description
A remarkable, Pupil Referral Unit for young people with emotional behavioural difficulties are recruiting for an English Teacher with experience in teaching at GCSE level.

This Pupil Referral Unit educates pupils aged between 11-16 years who have SEMH/EBD and are unable to attend mainstream Schools for a variety of reasons. The students are often only there for a few terms until they can be reintegrated. The Schools' aim is to achieve positive relationships with students which leads to improved behaviour and learning.

This role will be challenging so you will need to be prepared. The right candidate will need to make a strong approach in handling challenging roles and be confident as you will be working with students that have been involved in gang violence, have social and emotional behavioural disorders and have been subjected to sexual exploitation.

The ideal candidate will need to have a passion for working with youth, know how to handle tough situations, know how to resolve or deescalate situations in the correct and efficient manner.

Key requirements for this role are:
• Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
• Experience working within a PRU environment
• Experience in teaching GCSE English
• Available to start in September

If you believe that this is a position where you belong, apply now! In return you will receive support from a dedicated consultant who will help guide you through your application process.

If this role is of interest to you, please feel free to contact Kirstie at Protocol Education on 0203 219 7745 for further information. Alternatively, please send an updated CV to kirstie-jane.bracknell@protocol-education.com
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