Secondary Teacher IT / Humanities (SEN School)2023-01-28T00:27:43+00:00
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Secondary Teacher IT / Humanities (SEN School) Job Vacancy in Bridgwater, England, UK
Role: Humanities Teacher/IT Teacher (Qualified or Unqualified)
Salary: £18,419 – £36,961
Are you looking to get out of your old tired school! Then look no further I am recruiting for a brand-new School that opened this year. You’ll be working with children aged 5 – 18 years of age who are on the autistic spectrum, have social and emotion needs or may have other mental health difficulties. You’ll need to be encouraging, inspiring and most of all patient as you’ll be catering to diverse student cohort.
This is a truly unique and exciting opportunity to help shape a brand-new school and help create a truly exceptional learning environment, to support and develop our students.
For this role, you will hold Teaching or Tutor experience.
You will ideally hold a degree and have recent experience of delivering lessons up to GCSE level.
To provide the highest quality of education, care, and preparation for life for all students in the school.
To facilitate and encourage a learning experience that provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential
To contribute to raising standards of student attainment and behaviour
To share and support the school’s responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth
Previous experience with Special Educational Needs (SEN) isn’t essential but it is preferred.
Demonstrable experience in planning, delivery, and classroom management with a dedication to ensuring the best outcomes for individuals
Working knowledge of Safeguarding & Child Protection Procedures
What you’ll get?
Salary of £18,419 – £36,961 (depending on qualification status and experience)
A caring and supportive school community that is culturally diverse and inclusive at an ‘outstanding’ complex SEN provision in rural Somerset.
A dedicated staff team committed to achieving high standards for our students
A supportive, warm, and welcoming ethos
Enhanced DBS and update service paid for
Excellent CPD and training opportunities
If you are committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children and young people why not click apply or call Louise on 0117 9486300