Primary School Teacher

Recruiter
Positive Futures Recruitment
Location
Chigwell,Essex,United Kingdom
Salary
£31,000 - £41,000 Per Year
Posted
21 Jan 2023 06:26
Closes
17 Feb 2023 23:59
Reference
1861822097
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Primary School Teacher

SEN Primary Teacher Salary: Main Teacher pay scale- London Fringe- M2 £31,126-£40,083 Hours: Full Time Location: Chigwell Contract: Permanent Accommodation: Accommodation of a modest 3 bed house can be offered for approximately £300 per calendar month (this is reviewed on an annual basis) Our amazing client is a specialist day and residential school that caters for 56 pupils aged 5 - 11 years with Social Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH). Seeking a Primary Teacher to join them on a full-time permanent basis, they are a truly fantastic school that are based just a 10-minute walk from the central line and boast a fantastic array of facilities such as a Forrest School, School Farm and much more. This vacancy comes with the possibility of renting on site accommodation of a three-bedroom house with subsidised rent if you are looking to relocate into the area (subject to conditions and availability at the time). Duties to include: To have a commitment to work within a structured therapeutic environment and to be active in the observation of behaviours, planning and implementation of individual management programmes and in monitoring, evaluating, and revising as appropriate on a regular basis. This is to involve close liaison with all staff working within the school. To work within guidelines for 24-hour behaviour management programme, as set out in school's policy. To facilitate the reintegration of pupils into the appropriate environment. This will be for social and academic development and may involve short or long-term programmes, or both. This will require close contact with home and schools as appropriate. To demonstrate a commitment to the development of the school. This will include participation in and to staff in-service training, formal and informal discussions with staff, the need to work as an equal part of the whole group and an ability to offer innovative ideas and present them to the group. To demonstrate a commitment actively to develop as a professional. This will involve career planning and participation in in-service training in school, in county or out of county as appropriate. This includes specific training in the use of Transactional Analysis. The ability to create a clear vision for your class group which motivates and inspires the young people you teach. The skills to develop all pupils to their full potential, utilising both the indoor and outdoor environment. To be a creative and forward-thinking practitioner. To be able to assess pupils' knowledge and understanding, scaffolding their next steps accurately. To have high expectations of students and experience of raising achievement. Skills and Experience: Graduate Teaching Status qualification An understanding of national curriculum, especially Key stages 1 and 2 Experience, or interest in, special educational practice, especially with children who have social, emotional and mental health needs. A commitment to further and ongoing training, particularly in aspects of the relationship between behaviour, emotions and learning. The ability to create a sense of aspiration and growth in children and staff The ability to communicate effectively and form supportive and enabling relationships with pupils and staff Ability to work effectively as a member of a professional staff team. Open and honest communication and good presentation skills Up to date knowledge of current special educational needs issues and legislation Current driving licence