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SEND Primary Teacher

  • Location: Middlesbrough
  • Start date: 10 Dec 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11080786
  • Branch: Middlesbrough
  • Consultant: Samantha Neesam
  • Call: 01642 200 174
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Job description
This Pupil Referral Unit provides education for students between the ages 7 and 16, they are a caring and co-operative community. There is a higher average number of students classified as Special Education Needs, so the school will need a Teacher who is passionate about working in a challenging environment and working with special educational needs.

This is a Pupil Referral Unit that is proud of its supportive, welcoming approach and provides a motivating environment for students with different needs, and those with emotional issues including mental health difficulties. The school and students follow the school's strong core values, they are looking for someone who can share these values, and has a positive, enthusiastic approach to teaching.

The school is based in Middlesbrough and are looking for a Primary Teacher to join their Key Stage 1 and 2 team as soon as possible, this position will be on going, long term and full time!

They are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, caring and confident, someone who can bring these characteristics to the classroom. They are also looking for someone who is able to adjust, responding to the needs of the pupils, a Teacher who enjoys the challenge of working within a PRU/SEN setting. As a Key Stage 1/2 Teacher you will be required to have a good understanding of the national curriculum, as well as strong behaviour and classroom management. The class has pupils with social and emotional needs, with behaviour difficulties, because of this the school desire a teacher who is confident with de-escalation and is Team Teach trained. You will be required to write schemes of work, plan lessons and also be responsible for marking.

To apply for the role you need to be/have:
• UK QTS Primary or Secondary Trained
• good subject knowledge and a passion for teaching
• able to creatively plan and prepare engaging lessons
• hardworking and ambitious
• strong behaviour management
• experience working in Pupil Referral Units (desired not essential)

At Protocol Education we have a dedicated SEND team, who take great pride in the extremely high service levels that we provide to both our schools and our candidates. Our service is honest, efficient, and reliable and will always endeavour to find the ideal school for every individual we work with.

We offer CPD courses on behaviour management and other SEND workshops, including valuable qualifications in Team Teach, attachment theory, de-escalation and introductions to both SENd generally and ASD specifically.
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