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Teacher KS1/KS2 - Wembley Central

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Job description

Are you a primary trained or experienced teacher looking for a new challenge with work/life balance?

Teach small classes of up to 5 children with social and emotional needs lessons through creative and engaging learning activities!

We have an innovative and progressive teaching role starting immediately or in September 2019 in a new school based in Wembley which opened in 2018 and has already been graded by Ofsted as 'Good' school for pupils aged 5-11 years old!

A teaching job at this school is a rewarding and motivating experience where you will be able to teach to your strengths, collaborate and work with a hardworking and supportive team alongside teaching creative lessons with achievable targets for pupils.

The school are eager to appoint experienced teachers with NQT, QTS, PGCE qualifications to teach small classes of pupils aged 5- 11 years with social and emotional difficulties linked to trauma, mental health diagnosis and disadvantaged backgrounds.

The school will be holding trial days and interviews during June and July with the expected start of successful teachers to be in September 2019.

  • Early Years, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two classes
  • Plan, set targets, teach and assess learning programmes of children with social and emotional mental health needs and associated learning needs

Experience teaching primary aged children, vulnerable children/youth, outreach tuition, mental health wards, looked after children or in pupil referral units, behaviour units and alternative learning provisions would be ideal due to the needs of the pupils.

However, training will additionally be provided throughout your contract at the school but an open mind to training and on-going development is essential to this role.

Why you should work at this school:

  • Build your teaching career within a school with a innovative outlook to educating pupils with behavioural needs
  • Monday to Friday teacher position starting in September 2019 with permanent contract offers based on individual merit
  • Expanding prospects with an Early Years and primary department and prospective secondary department due to open by 2020
  • Trained and specialist support staff in class to support in delivering learning plans, setting up and organising the classroom for lessons
  • On-site chef who cooks breakfast daily for staff and students who eat together each morning
  • Team based environment - SLT, parents, therapists and teaching assistants work together to create engaging learning and support plans
  • Local to Wembley Park Station and Wembley Central with accessible transport across Brent, Harrow, Ealing and Central West London
  • Newly built sensory room, Adventure Room, Music Room and Playground to support pupil needs
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