SEMH English Teacher

Pertemps Education are recruiting for a SEMH English Teacher to work within a small independent school for students with SEMH. This is for an immediate start and is a full-time role.

The successful SEMH English Teacher will be teaching English and other subjects to KS2 and KS3 students. This role will include having your own form class of around 8 students, and you will work closely with other subject specialists and therapeutic teams to plan and build lessons around their curriculum. This school operate a team-teach approach, so you would be working alongside another teacher in the classroom as well as a supportive learning assistant. This school has a small tight knit team who all work really well in supporting these students.

Info about the role:

English Teacher working with children who have social, emotional, and mental health needs
Children will display challenging behaviour, and many are vulnerable with a variety of emotional needs
Full time teaching role
Salary bracket is £30,000-£40,000 per annum
Small class sizes and a team-teaching approach
Working alongside therapeutic specialists
Immediate start Info about the school:

Outstanding independent special needs school
Located around the Southwark / Lambeth area of London
Small, focused teaching groups
Outstanding team of therapists
Strong, well established leadership team
Offer a competitive benefits package
Easily accessible by a variety of public transport options (no parking available)In order to apply for this role, you will need to have QTS, a relevant teaching qualification, right to work documentation, an updated DBS, and relevant experience in working within the SEMH arena. Child related references will be required to validate this. NQT's may also apply for this position.

If you feel that you have the passion and skills to be successful within this role, then please email your full and updated CV to (url removed) or call Lisa on (phone number removed) / (phone number removed)
Posted
01/14/2022
Location
Elephant and Castle, United Kingdom, gb
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