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SEMH Primary Teacher – Clacton


Job Reference: BDJGBSEMHPMY4370

Job Start Date: 24 February 2020
Position Type: Full time

Sector: Special Needs / SEN
Role: Primary, NQT (Newly Qualified Teacher), Teacher, Special Needs / SEN specialist
Subject: Special Needs / SEN, SEMH
Location: Frinton-On-Sea, Harwich, Brightlingsea, Essex, Clacton-on-Sea

 

About the job


Prospero Teaching are looking for an SEMH Primary Teacher to start ASAP to teach a full time timetable. This is to work in an SEMH school in the Clacton area.

About the school and contract:

  • We are looking for an SEMH Primary Teacher to start ASAP in an SEMH school in the Clacton area in Essex.
  • You will be focusing on teaching KS3 and KS4 students.
  • You will have LSAs to support you.
  • There may also be some 1:1 teaching involved.
  • The SLT are experienced and supportive with specialists in all areas.
  • Full time (5 days a week) teaching position including planning and marking.

About the successful SEMH Primary Teacher:

  • Previous experience teaching SEN students in the UK, with any SEMH experience being advantageous.
  • You should ideally hold a teaching qualification (QTS or QTLS preferred) or equivalent.
  • Experience teaching in the UK is desirable but not essential.
  • You will have excellent classroom and behaviour management.
  • You will be pro active and innovative with the ability to engage students in different ways.

Contract details for the SEMH Primary Teacher position:

  • Location – Clacton, Essex
  • Position – Full Time SEMH Primary Teacher
  • Type of work – Primary teaching in an SEMH school
  • Start date – ASAP
  • Contract type – long term supply
  • Duration / Likely Duration – until end of academic year, potential for extension
  • Full time/part time – Full time (5 days)
  • Minimum rate of pay – £130 per day for qualified teachers

To be eligible the SEMH Primary Teacher must have/be:

  • Highly motivated and focused on achieving the best for every student.
  • A positive attitude and desire to maintain current standards and raise attainment across the school.
  • Lots of energy and enthusiasm.
  • The ability to engage and motivate students whilst making learning fun.
  • Excellent communication skills – the school encourages good communication with Parents/Carers.
  • A positive role model.

Please apply now with your updated CV, if this position is of interest.


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