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Special Needs Secondary Teacher

  • Location: Derbyshire County Council
  • Start date: 05 Sep 2016
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10651259
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Fiona Rhoadhouse
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
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Job description
Do you find developing disengaged pupils rewarding?

Are you passionate about working in an EBD environment?

A position for an EBD Teacher has arisen in a residential Children’s school in Derbyshire. The school which is set in 14 acres of land is school and home to 30+ pupils who have barriers to learning has a strong reputation for providing high quality Education and care.

The school provides a supportive and structured environment for it’s pupils where they can develop in numeracy, literacy and core subject as well as their social skills in off site activities.

As part of the school you will teach across curriculum to pupils who have varying abilities and implement ways to alleviate their barriers to learning. As the teacher you will have excellent behaviour management skills and an be able to set clear boundaries.

If you feel you have the forward thinking, enthusiastic attitude and a true passion to work with disengaged young people this could be the position for you. The school is looking for a committed innovative individual who can bring that something extra to an excellent school.

If you fancy this exciting challenge please apply today, or contact Liz Furniss on efurniss@protocol-education.com

Working for Protocol

Working for Protocol gives you the opportunity to have continuous CPD (continued professional development) throughout the year, simple access to online timesheets and the latest positions before anyone else. A dedicated and specialist consultant who will represent you and match you with the most suitable positions. You will also join the refer a friend scheme where each referral will earn you £50 of high street vouchers

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.

Protocol Education take a "no risk" approach to Safeguarding, providing schools with clear, unambiguous details of the level of checking and vetting we undertaken for each teacher or support worker before they start work in any position.

Protocol Education strives to be innovative. Our "Narrowing the Gap" programme helps schools effectively manage the requirements of Pupil Premium payments; our Effective Inclusion Guide has won plaudits for its highly practical approach to SEN in the mainstream; our candidate CPD and Volunteer programme has helped schools effectively plug skills gaps and helped people back into the workforce. For all of this and more Protocol Education were named Temporary Agency of the Year in the 2013 Recruiter Awards.

Protocol Education's branch network helps bring schools and staff together across the UK while our international office, located in Australia, New Zealand and Canada bring the cream of the worlds teaching talent to the UK.
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