Teacher of Science - Special Education Needs (SEN)
Key Stage 2 (KS2) Key Stage 3 (KS3) Key Stage 4 (KS4)
PRU (Pupil Referral Unit)
Long Term to Permanent
Lowestoft - Suffolk
I am delighted to be working with an Ofsted graded GOOD Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) located in Lowestoft. They are recruiting for an experience Teacher of Science, with the possibility of becoming a Head of Science!
We are looking for candidates with excellent communication, literacy and numeracy skills and the ability to deal with very challenging behaviour.
This fantastic PRU is seeking an experienced Science Teacher with the ability to teach in line with their enrichment curriculum. The school has around 40 referred pupils aged 8-15 that have Special Educational Needs.
This is a long term role which will be made permanent for the right post holder.
What we are looking for:
o QTS or QTLS
o Confidence in classroom management
o Experience of working within a SEN environment
o Ability to engage and inspire young people
o Flexibility and adaptability
We want someone with the following skills:
o Is an outstanding role model for teaching and learning
o Values the importance of teamwork and operates with flexibility
o Is inspirational and dynamic
o Sympathetic to the aims and ethos of the School
o Is happy, enthusiastic and has a sense of humour
o Committed to nurturing the development of every child within an inclusive environment
This inspirational school is registered for Key Stage 2-4 for pupils with Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) needs - previously known as Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD), Special Educational Needs (SEN.)
All pupils receive individualised programmes which support their transition into the school environment.
The primary activity of the school is the provision of specialist education services to young people with Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) needs - previously known as Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD.)
They work with the most disaffected, challenging pupils in the South East. Pupils have often been excluded from numerous schools and have been out of full-time education for some time.
The school offers positive outcomes to young people of school age who have disengaged, or are at the point of disengaging with education. Many of these pupils are known to the criminal justice system and a significant percentage of the pupils are looked after or children in need. Most have been excluded from at least one school.
Despite these challenges, the school supports their pupils in achieving a wide range of accredited outcomes in examinations and other courses.
If you have experience and a passion for teaching young people with SEMH needs, please do get in touch with Jamie Keen you can call on 01245 392580 or email email@example.com
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