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Dedicated Teacher Required - Alternative Provision - Colchester

Job description

An exciting long-term supply post is becoming available at an Alternative Provision near Colchester. The role will be teaching children experiencing behavioural, emotional or learning barriers, and social communication difficulties. The school caters for children from the ages of 7 - 16 years.

This Teacher post requires an inspirational and self-assured individual who is ready to start making an impact in a new environment.

Person Specification

We are looking for a capable SEMH Teacher who has experience of working with ASD and SEMH pupils. You will have the ability to show a great deal of understanding for SEN pupils with learning needs, behavioural traits and Challenging Behaviour.

Desired Background:

  • Successful class teaching experience
  • Experience of working with children with ASD, and or SEMH, Behaviour difficulties and those who are disengaged in education
  • Knowledge of specialist curriculum area and how it may be effectively taught
  • Level 5 Qualified including QTLS or QTS
  • Sense of Humor

About the Role:

  • As an SEN Teacher your role will involve you teaching a class of 4 - 6 children (You will also have classroom support in the form of 1-2 class Teaching Assistants) The ability to motivate pupils towards positive learning is essential.
  • As a school, they cater for children and young people who have struggled in mainstream education environments and whose needs have subsequently been unmet. As such they now need a teacher that will become part of a team that specialises in delivering curriculum designed to meet individual needs and give students the best possible educational outcomes.
  • The role will begin ASAP and does have the potential to move on to a permanent role for the right Teacher

For more information or to discuss other opportunities that we have in North Essex please contact Stacey at Teaching Personnel on 01245 206760 or email

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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