2 months ago
SEN Maths Teacher - Enfield - January Start- £160 - £180 a day - Full Time-SEN School
- Do you have experience working various Special Needs?
- Have you previously taught Maths to students with Special Needs??
- Are you SEN Maths Teacher who enjoys teaching small groups?
If you answered yes to the above, then this SEN Maths Teacher role could be for you!
The Role - SEN Maths Teacher
As an SEN Maths Teacher, you will be working with small groups of students with Complex Needs, Challenging Behaviour as well as other needs. The successful SEN Maths Teacher will be teaching pupils Functional Skills Maths and GCSE Maths you will need to be able to teach and plan Math lessons that cater to each student's ability. Strong behaviour management and creativity is what we'll be looking for in the successful SEN Maths Teacher.
We are currently looking for a SEN Maths Teacher to work in our Secondary/Post 16 school based in Enfield, North London. this special school is for children with autism and additional special educational needs and mental health challenges. Our young people have struggled in mainstream education and need a positive experience.
The Maths Teacher will be required to teach Functional Skills Maths and GCSE Maths.
Key roles and responsibilities:
- Plan and teach well-structured lessons to assigned classes, following the school's plans, curriculum and schemes of work, in an autism-friendly way
- Assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of assigned pupils, making accurate and productive use of assessment
- Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of pupils
- Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils
- Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils
- Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge
- Participate in arrangements for preparing pupils for transition or testing
- Make use of special facilities and/or equipment
- Support the social, emotional and communication needs of all students
- Encouraging personal development via tutorial and pastoral work
- Writing reports
- Line managing and coordinating support staff within your class team
- The teacher will be required to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people and follow school policies and the staff code of conduct.
- Successful primary/secondary teaching experience
- Personal or professional experience of autism
- Knowledge of the National Curriculum
- Knowledge of effective teaching and learning strategies
- A good understanding of how children with SEND learn
- Ability to adapt teaching to meet pupils' needs
- Ability to build effective working relationships with pupils
- Knowledge of guidance and requirements around safeguarding children
- Knowledge of effective behaviour management strategies
- Good ICT skills, particularly using ICT to support learning
If you are interested in this position, please APPLY NOW or alternatively contact Zeki @ Remedy Education as soon as possible