Mainstream Secondary School - Helping transition between KS2 and 3 - 'Good' Ofsted School - Enfield, North London - MPS/UPS - Permanent post - September 2020 - Working with 8 to 12 students
Are you a Primary or Secondary Teacher holding UK QTS with experience working with SEN pupils and are looking for a permanent role from September? Would you be keen to work in a mainstream Secondary School helping pupils to make the transition between Key Stage 2 and 3?
Tradewind is working in partnership with this excellent Enfield School who are looking to expand their SEN provision by appointing a talented SEN Teacher from September!
***SEN Teacher - 'Good' Ofsted mainstream Secondary School - Enfield, North London
***Supporting Year 7 and 8 pupils who are struggling to adapt to Secondary School
***Permanent role open to all UK QTS holders with SEN/Transition experience
***Small group teaching and one to one interventions - MPS/UPS pay scale
About the role - SEN Teacher - Enfield, North London
Located in Enfield, North London this 'Good' Ofsted Secondary School has high aspirations for all its students to go on and achieve in further education or the world or work. Students behaviour at the school is good and they respect themselves, their peers and their teachers. Yearly the school has identified several students who join in Year 7 who are under prepared for the demands of secondary schooling in academic or mental terms but usually a mixture of both. These students are not also SEN children and have these issues for a variety of reasons. The school has identified the need to find an experienced teacher from either a Primary or Secondary School setting with some SEN experience who would be keen to work with these pupils to help them bridge the gap. This is a permanent role starting in September earlier based on the successful applicant's availability.
Role requirements - SEN Teacher - Enfield, North London
UK QTS in Primary or Secondary teaching plus experience of working with SEN and/or low achieving pupils.
An emphatic approach to supporting students who are low in confidence and are struggling to adapt from primary education to their new surroundings.
The ability to support students in-class on a one to one basis and teaching small groups in a separate class setting.
The desire to work with local primary schools, directly with parents and teachers plus the ability to manage 8 to 12 different pupils at the same time.
How to apply - SEN Teacher - Enfield, North London
If you like the sound of this SEN Teacher role and would like more information or to apply please email your CV to email@example.com and call 0207 845 6279!
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