Overview

SEN Teacher  – Your Chapter

Full Time

Role will be 40hrs per week, term time only
· An attendance bonus of £100 every 3 months
· Support with career progression
· Simply health cash back scheme
· Pension Scheme
· Onsite parking
Reports to: Lead Teacher
Your Chapter is an organisation with social purpose that seeks to transform the lives of children and young people who have experienced complex trauma and abuse. Our approach is grounded in the lived experience of the children and young people we support and by valuing their contribution. As experts by experience, we ensure the services they receive are personal to them.
As an SEN teacher you need to teach either individuals or small groups of pupils within, or outside the class, prepare lessons and resources and assessment children who have long or short term learning difficulties and work with colleagues to identify individual pupils’ special needs.
Specific duties:
Assist in maintaining a positive culture encouraging the development of SEN curriculum
Prepare and deliver lessons to meet the needs of our SEN pupils.
Produce and develop high quality teaching and learning materials using a variety of methods
Any other duties consistent with the general responsibilities of the post as may be required from time to time in addition to those listed above. This can include cover for absent colleagues
Person Specification
Qualifications
Essential
An appropriate Teacher Education qualification / or working towards
Level 5 CPD Numeracy / Literacy or Degree level qualification or working towards
Desirable:
Other qualifications relevant to subject specialism
Experience
Essential:
Successful teaching experience in this curriculum area, ideally in a variety of settings (Independent schools, PRU’s, colleges)
Ability to identify and support learners with differing needs
Ability to manage diverse groups of learners in varying environments
Ability to encourage learners and promote the importance of education
Personal Attributes and Qualities
Essential:
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Seriously committed to quality delivery of education and be an active communicator with the ability to interact with LAC.
Enthusiasm, commitment, and flexibility to move educational success forward across the school
Ability to work with staff and learners providing inspiration and support
Ability to work as part of a team but also able to use one’s own initiative
Self-motivated, flexible and adaptable. The willingness to embrace processes of change and development

£28,000.00 to £30,000.00 per year

 

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