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Secondary English Teacher with SEND experience

  • Location: Darlington
  • Start date: 03 Jun 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: PE11120401
  • Branch: Middlesbrough
  • Consultant: Kyle Johnston
  • Call: 01642 200 174
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Job description
Secondary English Teacher with SEND experience


Location: Darlington
Contract length: 23.04.2019 till 22.07.2019
Rate of pay: £121 - £179 per day


Protocol-Education are currently seeking an experienced Secondary teacher specialising in SEND and behaviour management. The role will be based at one of the leading SEND/SEMH schools in Darlington, the school is registered to provide education to students aged between 5 and 19 years. The students at this school have struggled with, or been failed by, a variety of settings prior to their time here. They arrive very disengaged with education and life after having experienced many crises and trauma. Whilst experience is always welcomed, what comes first is personality and plenty of it. As you will be working with children who think and act in their own curious and unique way, that is exactly what we would be looking for in YOU.

We'd like someone with a natural flare, someone who is not afraid to implement ideas and think outside of the box and ultimately create something special and rewarding both for yourself and the students involved. Our aim is to make sure that all children, regardless of their situation or circumstances receive the best possible learning and care available, and quite simply work with a fantastic teacher that can instil a sense of excitement and bring out their full potential. If we share the same visions, and if you have what it takes then we would absolutely love to hear from you.


Qualifications and key attributes needed:

· Qualified teacher with QTS or QTLS

· You will have experience of teaching pupils or would like to explore working with Special Educational Needs either in a SEND or mainstream school, also experience in teaching pupils with Autism would be useful but not essential.

· An aptitude for engaging hard to reach students

· Patience and positivity in abundance

· Experience of mentoring, coaching, behaviour support/ intervention, training or experience of supporting students with trauma or Looked After Children

· Knowledge or training in SEND, Team Teach, de-escalation is also advantageous


If you think the role would be right for you, or if you'd like to discuss in more detail then please contact Kyle Johnston on 01642 205952 or email at kyle.johnston@protocol-education.com

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