||Teacher, SEN specialist
||Will consider full-time, part-time
||MPS £24,714 - £36,961 - Full-time (£12,356 - £18,480 - Part-time, 0.5) (Upper Pay Scale may be considered for the right candidate)
Due to the expansion of our successful and dynamic school (pupils aged 2-19); we are looking to appoint x3 Teachers to join our enthusiastic and talented team. We are dedicated to providing the very best and flexible education for all our children and have high expectations for everyone in our school. Due to the needs of our Young People experience of teaching / working with SEN / Disability / ASC students is essential. Experience of supporting transitions and / or off-site curriculum visits is also an advantage.
Role 1 & 2 - Teacher – Full-time fixed-term for 12 months (in the first instance)
This post will be working across Newman School and Rotherham Opportunities College, Broom, with students aged 16-25 but will benefit from the post holder having experience of and the ability to teach in Primary and Secondary.
Role 3 – Teacher – 0.5 to Full-time (will consider / may have available more hours up to full-time) fixed-term for 12 months (in the first instance)
This post will cover both Secondary and Primary teaching, subject area’s flexible. Experience of teaching and supporting a broad spectrum of SEN is important.
For all posts you will be:-
Able to deliver effective teaching to the whole class, groups and individuals so that teaching objectives are met.
Effectively planning the curriculum, with colleagues and other professionals where necessary, in line with school policy, to secure high quality learning for pupils with complex, challenging and ever changing needs. Ensuring clear teaching objectives, content, lesson structures and sequences appropriate to the subject matter and individual needs of pupils.
Delivering the curriculum through a range of lessons designed to stimulate and motivate pupils’ learning and meet individual targets / needs and be able to provide students with a positive learning environment to aid progress.
Managing students behaviour in accordance with school policy
Able to inspire and motivate learners of all abilities
Able to lead assessments that ensure children make outstanding progress
A strong team player, committed to working with others
Patient, calm and work well under pressure
Creative, flexible and approachable
Communicate confidently and effectively with students, families, other staff and professionals
We can offer you:-
Highly skilled and supportive colleagues
An inclusive ethos where every child is nurtured, challenged and valued
A strong CPD programme
A warm and friendly environment where we all aspire to be the best that we can be
Applying for the job
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