The role would be working with a wide range of pupils who are identified as needing extra support. The school are looking for someone with SEMH and EAL experience who can create a nurturing learning environment and liaise with the off-site Multi-Disciplinary team to support students back into the mainstream setting as smoothly and quickly as possible. The students in your classes may change often as students go between the mainstream and inclusion setting depending on their need/situation. The role requires someone who is adaptable and good at building rapport and positive relationships quickly.
The class sizes would be around 3-4 pupils with SEMH vulnerabilities (children in care or with difficulties in their home environment etc) or 10 pupils needing EAL support. Challenging behaviours are not common at the school, but within SEMH, and exclusion settings, strong behaviour management skills will be essential. Subject specialists from the mainstream site come to the centre to teach and as an inclusion teacher, you would work 1:1 and in small groups to support their learning needs. There are 5-6 graduate LSA's also supporting pupils in the provision.
A passion for supporting pupils to overcome obstacles and engage in school life is essential to work in this very inclusive setting. This school places a heavy emphasis on including students in all activities from Outdoor Education to School Drama shows and out of school trips. Being creative and taking a proactive approach to adapt lessons for inclusion students will ensure you make a positive impact. The right person for the job will be highly motivated to learn and grow, as this school invests regularly in upskilling and training staff.
The schools hiring process involves a full trial day with a lesson observation. The school will provide a lesson plan or a skeleton plan for you to build on. The aspect of your teaching that they will want to see most is how you engage and manage the class. The school are looking for teachers who are caring, have a strong classroom presence and interact well with pupils in the class.
The Inclusion Teacher would:
*Use initiative and be proactive within the classroom
*Work well with lower ability students
*Be engaging, have strong classroom presence and behaviour management skills
*Teach small classes in the inclusion provision on the main school site
*Differentiate resources to support students to achieve lesson objectives
*Support and track the progress of students identified as SEN and/or with an EHCP
*Benefit from opportunities for Specialist Training in SEN, specifically ASD, through the school and external training providers
*Work alongside experienced and specialist MDT staff in a high performing team
*Work alongside subject specialists from the mainstream school
*Collaborate with LSA's to ensure students are well supported
The school has:
*A newly built inclusion provision
*An extremely well-resourced and staffed SEN provision
*Staff specialising in Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH), Attachment Disorder, Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), Autism (ASD), behaviour and conflict.
*Programmes promoting SEN student engagement such as Peer Mentoring, Lego Club, Academic Mentoring, and Nurture Groups
*An inclusive policy which enables SEN students to fully participate in all aspects of school life, including Outdoor Education, Sports, School Drama shows, Music, clubs and activities and out of school trips.
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Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as an Inclusion Teacher in Ealing, London or for more information about the role, contact Jade George on 0207 845 5450 / OPTION 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you and helping take you on the next step of your teaching career.
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