We are looking for a Part Time Teacher to work with children who have physical and learning difficulties.
You will be responsible for all classroom activities and management ensuring pupils receive a full, broad and balanced curriculum differentiated to accommodate their individual needs. You will maintain a stimulating, safe environment in accordance with all school policies. You will make a positive contribution to a multi disciplinary team approach and ensure the safekeeping and welfare of all pupils at all times
Key duties include the following;
To ensure that all pupils have all necessary means to access the curriculum and fully participate in activities.
To monitor teaching and learning to ensure the activities meet the needs of the pupils.
To co-ordinate and prepare written individual education programmes (IEP's) for each pupil in the core subjects of the school curriculum and be prepared to discuss the same with parents.
Take an active part in personal and whole staff professional development and training.
Langside is committed to the safeguarding of all pupils and the successful candidate will be required to complete a DBS disclosure.
If you would like to apply for this role, please could you contact a member of the HR team for an application form on 01202 718266 or email@example.com
The closing date for this position is the 16th November 2019
Essential educational requirements
Teaching Degree or SEN Diploma
Full Teaching Qualifications
Essential skills and experience
• Previous experience of working in a school
• Experience of working with pupils with PMLD
• Experience of writing schemes of work, writing IEPs
• Knowledge of EYFS/ImPACTS Assessment
• Outstanding classroom practitioner
• Competent user of I.C.T
• Leadership skills
• Good organisational skills
• Interpersonal skills
• Team work
• Clear communication
• Understands, values and respects people
• Person centred approach
• Problem Solving
• Self Management
+2 SEN Points
About Langside School
- Langside Avenue, Poole, Dorset, BH12 5BN
- Not Applicable
- Special School