Teacher, SEN specialist, Suitable for NQTs
£28,000.00 - £32,000.00
Teaching and Learning
• To deliver high quality lessons across the age / ability range.
• To plan and prepare appropriate schemes of work and resources in a variety of subject areas that meet the requirements of learners and agreed programmes of accreditation
• To utilise outstanding differentiated teaching and learning strategies which meet the complex needs of learners (e.g. those with autism, dyscalculia, mental health and other learning disabilities/difficulties)
• To support the integration of English and maths within vocational teaching and learning including the monitoring of learning targets
• To set high expectations for all learners, to deepen their knowledge and understanding and to maximise their achievement
• Ensure effective teaching of groups and individuals so that teaching objectives are met, momentum and challenge are maintained and best use is made of teaching time, this may involve covering for absent colleagues as appropriate
• Ensure continuity, sequential progression and cohesiveness in all teaching and learning
• Be able to employ a variety of differentiated teaching approaches in order to accommodate the varied and individual special educational needs of learners
• Use teaching methods which keep learners engaged, including stimulating learners’ intellectual curiosity, effective questioning and response, clear presentation and good use of resources
• To set and monitor subject objectives which support learner progress within the educational setting and the residential environments where appropriate
• To support all school staff in the delivery and documentation of progress including staff who work in the residential houses to support the waking day curriculum
• Secure a good standard of learner behaviour by establishing appropriate rules and high expectations which learners respect
• To contribute to the improvement of teaching and learning through self-evaluation and promoting the sharing of good practice with colleagues.
Free healthcare plans, wellbeing and coaching opportunities, specialist learning and development.
Applying for the job
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Local authority maintained school
1513 pupils enrolled
11 to 19
About Central Foundation Girls' School
St. John’s School and College is a place where learning is shaped around your hopes and aspirations; where our courses are tailored to meet your goals and where you are supported by a highly skilled staff team who respect your choices and lifestyle.
St. John’s is a non-maintained independent specialist school and independent specialist college, working with young people who have complex learning disabilities including some who may have difficulties resulting from Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Asperger’s Syndrome and Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) and other secondary needs such as hearing/visual impairment and mental health needs where there is already community mental health support. We also have strong expertise in supporting young people with autism who are also experiencing gender identity issues.
Our committed colleagues have high expectations for the students, helping them to achieve outstanding success in their learning and preparation for their young adult lives.
Young people can work with us on a residential, day, full or part time basis, in partnership with other providers, or on a sessional or outreach basis. The choice is yours.
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Bow Road, London, E3 2AE