Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Borough of Tameside

Description

job description


Have you got experience working as a teacher and want to expand on your career?
Do you want to work in a school that will develop your skills as a Special Educational Needs (SEN) teacher?

We are looking for an experienced teacher to work in a fantastic mainstream primary school in Tameside. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11. The school's vision is that 'Today's generation will make a positive difference to tomorrow's world.' The school strives to prepare children with the skills, values, and attributes needed to succeed and achieve in an unknown future: this extends beyond them reaching high standards of academic and learning skills, to encompass a deep understanding of themselves, each other and their place and part in the world and teaching them to be great people of the future.
The school values Pride and Respect, Aspiration, and Achievement, Citizenship and Care and Teamwork. By working together, the school aims to enable all of their pupils, including those with SEN, to make good progress and achieve personal aspirations, creating happy, confident, hardworking pupils who are well prepared for life. The school aims to operate a 'whole pupil, whole school' approach to the management and provision of support for children with SEN. To identify SEN early so that any potential barriers to learning are removed and no time in education lost. To ensure all staff, with the support of the SENCO, make excellent provision for children with SEN within the guidance set out in the SEN Code of Practice.

The school works with many specialists to aid the development and learning of the SEN pupils:
*Health Professionals (GP, Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, school nurse, paediatric consultants)
*Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHs)
*Health and Social Care
*Early Help support (to support families)
*Educational Psychologist
*Pupil Support Service (supporting difficulties in social communication, behaviour, specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia)
*Ethnic Minority Achievement Team (EMAT), helping children secure English
*Virtual School (supporting children who are in the care system)

There are many benefits of this role, including:
*Working in a school rated as good by Ofsted
*Having the opportunity to gain experience in SEN within a mainstream school
*Working with a supportive staff team who will give you the tools to improve your skills and knowledge in SEN
*Free parking facilities

The responsibilities of this role are:
*Planning engaging and interesting lessons
*Delivering enthusiastic lessons to pupils
Differentiating lesson plans to accommodate all pupils' needs
*Tracking pupil progress and using that to update lesson plans depending on successes and weaknesses

The requirements for the role are:
*Experience working as a teacher
*A teaching qualification
*A DBS on the update service
*A dedication to providing pupils with an exceptional learning experience

The successful candidate will work in a great primary school with pupils who are eager to learn and a staff team who will support you in your work. If you are interested in this role, please contact Rebekah Mitton on 0161 200 1904 or email at christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk

skills


ability to track progression in attainment,background in youth work,behaviour management,building relationships,classroom management,communication,de-escalation techniques,empathy,inclusiveness,marking,planning,resilience qualification


PGCE,PGCE

  • education
  • nurse
  • speech
  • teacher
  • teaching