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SEND Secondary Teacher

  • Location: London Borough of Croydon
  • Start date: 05 Sep 2016
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10774890
  • Branch: London SEND South
  • Consultant: James Biss
  • Call: 01483 207 510
Job description
ARE YOU A QUALIFIED TEACHER AND READY FOR A CHALLENGE

Protocol Education are working with a Secondary Pupil Referral Unit for students in Borough of Croydon.

All students who are referred to College are either at risk of exclusion or have

been excluded from school: this will be due to the behaviour they display in their

mainstream school, and has often led to the students missing, or not attending, school.

As a teacher within the school you will work with a number of external providers to increase the range of subjects on offer – and support for the students.

You will be required to;

• Plan and deliver lessons that stretch the highest ability students

• Have strong behavioural management.

• Offer support to low ability students, in order to ensure that all students have the best opportunity to make progress.

• Where appropriate, plan lessons to provide opportunity for discussion and also for students to become independent learners, in order to meet the needs of the new curriculum.

•administration tasks.

Experience of teaching or Post 16 PSD/ life skills would be an advantage.

For an informal discussion about these posts please contact Natalie Wright @ Protocol Education, 0208 971 1294

If you have any of these qualities or experience and would like to work with Protocol please contact Natalie on 0207 971 1294 or email your CV to nwright@protocol-education.com you will then be contacted.

About Protocol Education

Protocol Education is a specialist provider of recruitment services to the education sector, supplying Teachers, Classroom and Special Support Assistants, Instructors, One-to-One Tutors, Cover Supervisors and Nursery Nurses and other Support staff to Primary, Secondary, Special Needs schools, Pupil Referral Units and Nurseries across the UK.

What Protocol can offer you:

Guaranteed Worker Pay - (GWP)

Looking for a bit of job security, but unsure about committing to a role sight unseen? A Guaranteed Work Agreement (GWA) could be for you.

If you want to work as much as possible for your first term in the UK, but can also see the appeal of settling into life in England through daily supply, GWA provides

the perfect balance. It’s a simple solution: we’ll guarantee you a set number of days of supply work per term, in return for your exclusive

commitment to Protocol Education for the duration of the agreement. Easy!

CPD

Every teacher registered with Protocol Education in the UK has access to a whole range of continuing professional development (CPD) courses, with many based around

improving your knowledge of special educational needs (SEN).

While you’re increasing your experience in the classroom, these courses will help you build skills and expand your career in new directions.

Take a look at some of the courses we’re currently offering on our website here:

www.protocol-education.com/ teachers-and-support/free-training

BEST TEMPORARY RECRUITMENT AGENCY - RECRUITER AWARDS 2013

We know how important it is to work with an agency you can rely upon to provide the best quality service possible. A wealth of knowledge within the Education Sector, years of recruitment experience and a genuine passion for our industry makes Protocol a leader within England. We take the time to get to know you, and to understand your skills and experience in depth to ensure we find the best placement match as well as providing ongoing support throughout your career ventures.

Please note: We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00.
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