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SEN Teacher of English - Westminster, West London

SEN Teacher of English - Westminster, West London

Remedy Education are recruiting for Special needs Teacher who has extensive experience in teaching English to GCSE & low level learners. This school is based in West London and they're looking for someone to start immediately to cover the academic year - there will be an opportunity to go permanent for the ideal candidate.

This is a secondary school which caters for children with SEBD, ASD and SEMH. If you have some SEN experience then please do apply. Special needs Teachers will need to have secondary or Primary Experience.

The role & responsibilities:

  • The teacher will be responsible for the progress of all pupils in their specialism.
  • The teacher will be responsible for coordinating the work of a team of Therapeutic Education Practitioners (Learning Mentors) as well as providing required direct teaching time to meet the needs of the class groups and pupils.
  • To look at our pupils holistically and to draw on a wide range of social care and teaching strategies to meet pupil needs whilst promoting interest and sure the safety and well-being of pupils.
  • Delivering lessons that are pupil-focused and creative, according to an agreed timetable, including cover lessons when necessary.
  • Support class teachers with the delivery of English up to GCSE level.
  • Provide opportunities for pupils to experience/understand English subjects in a range of contexts.
  • Differentiating the National Curriculum to meet the needs of ASC /SEMH pupils and devising Individual Education Behaviour and Integration Plans (IEBIP) to reflect their development needs with appropriate SMART targets and actions.
  • Helping to identify pupils in need of specific intervention and support, in consultation with the SLT, PCC, Clinical team and Therapeutic Education Practitioners (Learning Mentors) and supporting the provision and monitoring of one to one and small group programmes to address the defined need.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Ideally have QTS or QTLS
  • Be able to deliver outstanding teaching and learning alongside a multi-disciplinary classroom team.
  • Need experience of taking the lead in your subject area and have clear ideas of how to achieve exceptional progress for students.
  • Require the ability to ensure that your pupils fulfil their potential and that you are ambitious in your expectations of them.
  • Understand and be committed to safeguarding children.