SEN Teacher - Maternity. Job in Bexley E-Nursery Jobs

  • Job Reference: 425656773-2
  • Date Posted: 18 November 2021
  • Recruiter: Classic Education
  • Location: Bexley, Kent
  • Salary: £27,000 to £45,000
  • Sector: Education
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

We are a Primary school with an SEN provision for children with Speech and Language needs. We are located in Bexley and we are currently looking to appoint a passionate KS2 SEND Teacher.

About the Role

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an enthusiastic, dedicated and supportive team of professionals at special needs provision in Bexley. Must have a DBS.

As an SEN Teacher, you will be responsible to:

  • Managing the health, safety and welfare of all pupils within your class, ensuring that any issues identified are bought to the attention of your pathway lead.
  • Taking responsibility for dealing with parental concerns within your class and informing, or referring them to an appropriate member of SLT or your pathway lead
  • To raise and feedback on safeguarding issues within your class to pathway lead and safeguarding lead.
  • To complete and follow up on all class Cpoms recorded by your class team and ensure that the relevant DSL's are aware.
  • To ensure policy and procedure concerning intimate care and toilet training are consistently implemented in your class.
  • Support the transition and admission of pupils into your class
  • To lead and contribute to EHCP reviews for pupils in your class
  • Take the lead in securing and embedding, within your class, the pastoral support systems present in the school, including attendance, SMSC and behaviour expectations
  • To implement our curriculum for your learners in your class with support from the pathway lead

Skills and Experience

· Experienced Teachers will be considered

· To have strong classroom management skills

· Has experience of planning, assessing and implementation of plans.

· Working with children with Speech and language Needs and / or vulnerable groups within a special school.

· Able to communicate with a variety of stakeholders (eg colleagues, parents, external agencies)

· Able to use IT

· Able to work as part of, and contribute to, whole-school, multi-disciplinary teams

· Able to identify the necessary resources which ensure high-quality teaching and learning

· Able to effectively plan and deliver high-quality lessons

· Able to converse with ease with a variety of stakeholders and provide practical help or advice in accurate and fluent spoken English

· Able to demonstrate effective working with others and managing teams

· Pathway specific subject specialist training or experience in Pre, semi or formal pathway development

· Demonstrate commitment to inclusive teaching and learning

· Aware of the effects of discrimination on pupils, parents, colleagues and policy

· Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of children with Speech and Language needs.

· Knowledge of behaviour management techniques and the impact of high-quality teaching and learning on behaviour

· Qualified Teacher Status

· Knowledge of child protection and safeguarding issues

· Specialist qualifications in relation to SEND

· DSL training

If you would like to find out more about the roles we are advertising for please apply ASAP.