English Specialist required to deliver intervention in alternative behaviour setting in Bradford
- Qualified Teachers or English Graduate
- Ability to plan and deliver sessions designed to re engage disaffected young people
- Commitment to raising attainment
Teaching Personnel are looking to appoint an English Specialist to provide targeted intervention to pupils in an alternative behaviour setting West Yorkshire area. You will have a commitment to raising attainment and be able to re-engage pupils with challenging behaviour. Alongside providing specific and individualised English and Literacy intervention, you will also be able to meet the social, emotional and mental health needs of young people.
On arrival at the school you should be provided with a schedule detailing which pupils are attending and at what times. Finally, at the end of each day you will discuss specific pupil progress with the class teachers. The role is suitable for graduates of English, or other related subjects perhaps looking to go into teaching in the future, or even qualified teachers of English looking to take a step back from full class teaching whilst still having the opportunity to use your subject knowledge and expertise.
You must have strong subject knowledge in English Literature & Language (equivalent of undergraduate degree or higher) and experience of working with young people (both within and/or outside of schools)
If you would like to register with Teaching Personnel and apply for this role or similar jobs in your local area then we would love to hear from you. To apply please contact Rebecca Holden at the Leeds Bradford SEN Branch on 0113 224 0234 or email your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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