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Teacher (Key stage 3 ) - Oldham

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Job description

The role commences in September 2019 and will involve working until July 2019. The role is for a qualified teacher who is looking for an opportunity to work in a specialist setting. The position is for a teacher who is looking for an opportunity to transition into SEN teaching. As an SEN Teacher you will work with pupils with a range of moderate and profound learning difficulties supporting them in achieving the best possible outcomes. This role will be commencing immediately after the Easter holidays and running until at least the end of the academic year.

The setting is an outstanding Multi Academy trust which runs across 4 sites based in Oldham. Sites cater for individuals between 4 - 19 with a Statement of SEN or an EHCP, on the autistic spectrum and/or have significant communication and interaction difficulties and social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH).

The role will involve planning and delivering lessons which are designed to support the optimal development of pupils with SEN. Due to the specific needs of the pupils we would be interested in applicants who have a considerable amount of experience supporting children or young people with SEN. Please be aware that this can be working in a support capacity and does not have to be teaching experience. Experience as an SEN Teaching Assistant would also be favourable.

The successful teacher will be:

  • An experienced teacher who is committed to supporting and encouraging the development of pupils with SEN needs

  • Be able to adapt lessons to assure that learning is accessible to pupils with SEN

  • Be able to establish and maintain working relationships with other staff, pupils, parents and the wider community

  • Ideally Team-Teach trained (can be provided)

If you feel that you have the appropriate skills and qualifications to be considered for the post, please apply directly.

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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