The applicant should have a
minimum of 2 years successful teaching experience working with students with
behavioural difficulties in primary mainstream, special schools or off site
units; or have at least 2 years experience working with children with behavioural
difficulties and be willing to train to be a qualified teacher.
It is essential that the
applicant has British Qualified Teacher Status and that they have had
additional relevant training or has a qualification in SEN.; or be willing to
train to become qualified as soon as appointed.
Evidence of attendance at
recent and relevant INSET to maintain and improve expertise in subject
specialism and dealing with students with behavioural difficulties and
commitment to further own professional knowledge and skills, which are
relevant to the post
PRIMARY TEACHER REQUIRED – based at our Feltham Centre
Full time 2 year contract
Salary: MPR/UPR + 1 SEN Point
Required for April 2023 start
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to change the world for vulnerable children? We are seeking to appoint a Primary Teacher to work alongside our friendly and close knit team to support students with SEMH. The successful postholder will be based at our primary centre in Feltham.
Your wellbeing and professional development will be important to us. We will provide you with training and we will look after you. You will be joining a dynamic, professional organisation where teamwork and having each other’s back matters. You will be working in a stimulating and ever-shifting environment where your skills will be developed to a high level. We place a high regard and focus on staff wellbeing we offer all staff six early finish days per school year to support their wellbeing.
You will need to accept and work within our vision to be a trauma-informed school where relationships and restorative practice are very important. We do not judge our children; we approach them with compassion and curiosity. We learn together from situations and are always seeking new ideas and strategies.
Candidates will be talented, dynamic and inspirational with strong behaviour management skills and will be able to inspire, challenge and motivate our students to get the very best meaningful outcomes and show a commitment to raising the achievement levels and self-esteem of disaffected young people
For more information (Person Spec and Job Description) and to apply please follow the link to our Work in Hounslow school website:
Woodbridge Park Education Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and wellbeing of all children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Shortlisted candidates will be subject to an online search. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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