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SEN Teacher

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Job description

We are currently seeking an SEN supply teacher to work at one of our local school’s in Poole.

The school is an alternative provision which provides education for those pupils who have Social Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH) which prevent them from accessing their mainstream place or they have been permanently excluded from mainstream school due to various reasons.

It is a very small school meaning the class sizes are no more than 6 pupils. This means a lot less marking and you will have time set aside for planning and preparation during the school hours. It is a Secondary school that offers a large variety of vocational courses for students and often deliver outdoor education.

Working on a supply basis offers great flexibility and freedom from planning and preparation. Your duties will involve:

  • delivering the lessons in accordance with the class teachers planning
  • encouraging and supporting pupils
  • you may be required to mark pupils work

This is a temporary position but there is the opportunity to go permanent for the right candidate.

To be successful in this role it is desirable if you:

  • have experience working within a school setting
  • have experience working with children and/or adults with learning difficulties
  • be resilient and confident working with challenging behaviour
  • have a good understanding of Special Educational Needs, or a willingness to learn
  • Be able to demonstrate a good understanding of the role of a Teaching Assistant in a special needs school
  • Have the ability to engage pupils in their learning and support them in their social, emotional and personal wellbeing
  • be nurturing and enthusiastic
  • have experience in delivering outdoor education/experience within the sports industry

The successful candidate must:

  • be able to deliver outdoor education and on-site work
  • have the ability to manage challenging behaviour

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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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