KS3 Teacher – SEMH – Worcester – ASAP
A special school in Worcester are looking for a Teacher specialising in SEMH. The fantastic and supportive school requires an experience teacher who can work as part of a team who has previously worked with pupils that have Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) at KS3. This role is open to those who are seeking day-to-day, long term and even permanent positions.
The school supports pupils with Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. Some of the children also have diagnoses of ASD and ADHD.
All of the pupils have an Education Health and Care Plan which indicates the key target areas of child development. Teachers are supported by experienced teaching assistants to ensure that our children make expected progress against those targets.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate.
You will be part of a strong and supportive team which is committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment where everyone is valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. Aspirations for both students and staff are very high.
This would be the ideal opportunity for a teacher with experience of supporting/teaching pupils with SEND and looking to develop within their career. The school can offer comprehensive training, including therapeutic training and further career development opportunities.
The successful candidate will hold QTS and will have a proven record of outstanding teaching, and behaviour management.
You will need to be resilient and passionate about education, and understand that excellent teaching plays a pivotal role in positively impacting pupils’ life chances.
The school have a strong track record in providing the right support, training and guidance for their staff to be equipped for the right tools to be the best possible teacher they can be.
The successful Teacher will need:
• UK QTS
• Be a highly skilled classroom teacher who is enthusiastic and motivated to help students develop and reach their full potential.
• Have some experience of supporting and teaching pupils with SEMH needs
• Be able to work collaboratively with support staff and senior leaders in order to plan and deliver high quality educational provision for young people.
• Be empathetic to the complex needs of pupils and also resilient to challenge; understanding that at times the pupils can display challenging behaviours which are a result of their special needs.
Excellent daily rates of pay
Twenty 4 Seven have a strong safeguarding culture and expect applicants to be committed to the safeguarding of children and eager to continually develop their practice in this area. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate is required prior to commencement of this post.