Secondary SEND Teacher

Location: East London
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Secondary Teacher | SEN Teacher | Secondary
Reference: PE11173980
Salary: £150 - £200 per day
Job Published: 2 months ago
SEN Teacher - Behaviour Specialist
QTS Secondary or equivelant

This role is dedicated for those who want to inspire a young person life for the better. In this modern time pupils from ages from 11-16 go through so much and left with no guidance. Without knowing the reason it's easy to blame them. If you are one who believes that all it takes is one person that can inspire someone who generally cares about making a difference this role is right for you.

My school based in East London is looking for a Secondary trained teacher who has experience of working with SEN across ASD and SEMH. The ideal person will come from a teaching position and will be working in a unit that is linked to to the Secondary school. You will required to create lessons for these children that will target functional skills as well as English and Maths. Schemes of work will be available to you so its all about how you deliver the lessons. You will need to be organised as you will be required to liase with social workers and complete various assessments. Some pastoral experience would be an advantage.

This role is for people who have had or have relevant experience involving. Youth work, gang violence and social and emotional behaviour and sexual exploitation. 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.

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 situation in the correct and efficient manner. Hopefully someone who is resilient and with a strong work ethic towards their work.

The school caters for Secondary aged children that have social emotional and mental health difficulties, and involved with gang culture, who may have dealt with sexual exploitation. Each child has been directed to this small school via their local education authority as a matter of urgency so that they may receive a detailed and individualised curriculum.