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Job description

A specialist school in central Bristol are currently looking to recruit a teacher to start in September 2018. The post is likely to continue for the rest of the academic year with the possibility of it going permanent for the right applicant.

The setting provides education for pupils 11-16 who are being educated outside of mainstream schools. Pupils who attend the setting may be being educated out of mainstream for a variety of reasons including: SEMH needs and pupils who display signs of challenging behaviour. The teacher will be responsible for working in collaboration with school support staff to integrate pupils back into mainstream.

The ideal teacher will have experience planning and delivering lessons designed to support and encourage the optimal development of pupils who display signs of challenging behaviour. The teacher will be responsible for building and maintaining close working relationships with pupils who often display signs of challenging behaviour. The ideal teacher will also have experience planning and delivering specialised interventions which are designed to support pupils who display signs of challenging behaviour in reaching their optimal educational potential.

Due to the specific needs of the pupils the teacher will have:

  • Qualified Teacher Status (essential)
  • A passion for supporting the optimal development of pupils who display signs of challenging behaviour
  • An understanding of the importance of effective de-escalation tactics
  • Team-Teach training (can be provided)
  • An in-depth understanding of crisis prevention tactics
  • The ability to build up a strong rapport with pupils, support staff, parents and the wider community

If you are an experienced teacher and feel that you have the appropriate skills to succeed within the role I would love to hear from you.

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

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