Secondary core skills Teacher leading SEND Provider in Leeds

Location: Leeds
Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Secondary Teacher | SEN Teacher
Reference: PE11107063
Salary: £115 - £175 per day
Job Published: 9 days ago
Core skills English or Maths Teachers leading SEND Setting in Leeds

Protocol Education are looking for experienced SEND Teachers that specialise, or are experienced working with children with special needs such as Autism (ASD) or students that have difficulty accessing a mainstream curriculum as they present with Social Emotional Mental Health conditions (SEMH). As a SEND Teacher working in an alternative setting you will be required to work with SEND students across all key stages in one of the many alternative settings we work closely with.

The role can be challenging yet very rewarding and you will need to be resilient as no two days are the same. Your main duties will be to plan and deliver lessons to students that have a EHCPs. We especially value candidates who are committed to ensuring pupils make good progress and engage in their learning. The ability to teach English or Maths at GCSE level would put you at a distinct advantage. Possessing a Team Teach accreditation is normally a pre-requisite for many settings as they use these techniques on a daily basis along with some experience in an alternative setting. Some settings will always look at Teachers who have not worked in these settings yet have the right attitude and good classroom management.

Protocol Education has been placing teaching professionals in a range of settings for many years. We are a REC accredited and audited company, this means we really take safeguarding seriously and are a leading fully compliant provider within the education sector. We have a large office network that stretches from the North East to the South West and most areas in-between.

Protocol Education adheres to the following from all its Teachers and Support workers;

• A DBS certificate with a live subscription to the update service or be willing to get one
• Two professional references within the last three years
• Someone who is committed to the safeguarding of young people