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SEN IT / COMPUTING TEACHER

Teaching Personnel are actively recruiting for a fully qualified Key Stage 3-4 IT / Computing Teacher in the West Sussex area (Horsham). This is for a September 2021 Start.

The SEN school is pursuing a confident individual who can deliver the national curriculum effectively and they always encourage teachers to offer creative and explorative elements to their own lessons and teaching practices. Self-driven, passionate, and ambitious candidates are the ones who will thrive.

Your daily role will involve providing engaging learning material to Secondary boy students of varying ages and abilities thus ensuring each student is reaching their full potential and developing self-confidence which is vital to their growth.

Personal qualities required:

• Must be able to build effective relationships with students.

• Must have previous SEN experience (ASC, Challenging Behaviour, SEMH)

• Must be able to drive.

• Must be adaptable and willing to accept guidance and support.

• Must have the ability to remain calm in challenging situations.

• Must have a positive solution focused approach to challenging situations.

Requirements for the vacancies:

• Recognised teaching qualification PGCE / QTS (or the equivalent)

• Relevant Key Stage teaching experience

• High expectations for all students and the determination to help all children succeed

• The ability to work effectively in a team of teachers, support staff and outside agencies

• DBS on the update service or be willing to get one

• Methods to develop and encourage student’s interests and knowledge.

If you would like to apply or would be interested to know more, please contact harry.ford@teachingpersonnel.com

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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