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Do you have a passion for teaching vulnerable young people? Are you an enthusiastic Science specialist? If yes, then this is the role for you!
An OFSTED rated 'Good' school with 'Outstanding' features seeks to provide a positive environment in which everyone can flourish. They support children and young people who require a specialist setting due to Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) or complex medical needs as well as those who have been permanently excluded from mainstream settings.
The majority of students would have not had access to a regular education prior to being placed at the school so although they are secondary age, their learning ability may be more inline with Primary (KS2) so may be suited to primary trained teachers.
There will also be students that have a sensitive history and therefore have high levels of anxiety which may showcase in a range of behaviours from challenging to complete withdrawal.
The Ideal Candidate will:
- September 2022 start
- Full time, permanent contract
- Teaching Science to KS3 and KS4, marking and planning required
- Working with smaller classes of students who have a history of trauma, attachment and SEMH difficulties
- Ensuring that differentiation is at the core of lesson planning to drive personal, social, emotional and academic development
- Have experience working with challenging behaviour or within a PRU environment
- Have excellent communication skills
- Be adaptable, resilient and flexible in nature
- Have a desire to understand and help young people, supporting them to achieve their potential
- Be a team player, as you will join a supportive team here
- Be strong in behaviour management as these students will have elements of SEMH needs
- Be approachable, with a good sense of humour
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