SEN Teacher

RCB JN -31789542_1713255247
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2024
  1. Primary Teacher, SEN Teacher, SEN
  1. Permanent

SEN Teacher

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Job Title: SEN Teacher (SEMH experience)

Location: Bristol

Start Date: ASAP (Remainder of the academic year, with possibility of permanent position)

Position Type: Full -Time Monday to Friday

Pay: To scale with SEN allowance on top

Are you a dedicated SEN Teacher with a passion for supporting children with emotional and behavioural difficulties? We are currently seeking a Qualified Teacher to join a reputable SEN school in Bristol that caters to primary-aged children. This is an exciting opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of students with social, emotional, and mental health (SEMH) needs. The position is looking to start ASAP and will run for the remainder of the academic year, plus a strong possibility of becoming permanent for the right candidate.

About the School:

Our SEN school is renowned for its commitment to providing outstanding education and support to children with a range of SEN needs, particularly those with Autism and emotional and behavioural difficulties. We have a nurturing and inclusive learning environment where every child is encouraged to thrive and reach their full potential. Our dedicated staff members work collaboratively to provide personalized support and tailored interventions, ensuring each student's unique needs are met.

Key Responsibilities:

Plan, prepare, and deliver engaging lessons that accommodate the diverse needs of students with SEMH

Create a supportive and inclusive classroom environment that fosters emotional well-being and positive behaviour

Assess and monitor students' progress, providing timely feedback and implementing targeted interventions

Collaborate with other members of the multidisciplinary team, including Teaching Assistants and Therapists, to provide a holistic approach to student support

Foster positive relationships with students, parents, and caregivers, ensuring open communication and partnership in the education process


Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent

Experience working with children with SEMH (essential)

Knowledge of relevant strategies and interventions for supporting students with SEMH

Strong behaviour management skills and ability to de-escalate challenging situations.

Empathy, patience, and resilience when working with students who have emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Excellent communication, teamwork, and organisational skills

Why Tradewind?

  • Your income matters: we will always seek to get you the highest rate of pay and will provide you with the best possible advice
  • Your development matters: we offer our people free access to over 2,500 CPD courses, webinars, and resources via the incredible National College
  • Your flexibility matters: we tailor the working week to you - daily supply, long-term contracts, and permanent positions all available, all local to you
  • Your wellbeing matters: we put people at the heart of everything we do and are proudly a Sunday Times Top 100 employer for 4 years running
  • We pride ourselves on our exceptional service to our candidates and are proudly an Equal Opportunities Employer

Click 'Apply now' and attach your CV if you are interested in this exciting SEN teaching position for this academic year. Please contact Anais Fletcher ASAP on 0117 301 7578 / #BRITEACH

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