Secondary Teacher (able to teach multiple subjects)

Recruiter
Randstad Education Group
Location
Harlow, Essex, England
Salary
£22244 - £33160 per annum
Posted
18 Mar 2017
Expires
15 Apr 2017
Ref
SE984483
Contact
Greg Burns
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you a qualified Secondary Teacher who is able to teach more than one subject? Are you able to build effective relationships with harder to reach children? If so, then please keep reading for details of a job where the students need YOUR help

Our clients, in the Harlow area are looking for a qualified Teacher who is able to teach at least two different subjects. This is a great opportunity for the successful teacher to make a real positive difference to lives of their students. You will working with children across keys stages 3 and 4, many of whom have emotional and behaviour difficulties and have been excluded from mainstream school.

You should ideally be able to teach at least 2 of the following subjects:

- Media
- ICT
- Music
- Any Humanities
- Sociology
- Psychology

The students are likely to be working at different levels, hence good differentiation will be vital as will strong behaviour management skills and the ability to be flexible. Experience working with students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties is desirable but not essential providing you have the right attitude and desire.

This is initially a temporary role to start as soon as possible but has the potential for it to lead to a permanent role for the right candidate.

In return the school offers:

- An opportunity to work in a modern, recently renovated alternative provision setting.
- The opportunity to develop your skills working with children in small groups and on a 1:1 basis.
- A chance to make a difference to the lives of students who need your help, hence offering real job satisfaction.
- On going support from a passionate Head, who has the best interests f the students at heart.

Our clients are an Alternative Provision based in the Harlow area. They cater for children across Key Stages 1-4, with the aim being to provide them a first class education whilst also meeting their personal, social and emotional needs.

The School has a wide catchment area, encompassing pupils from a variety of backgrounds and with varying levels of difficulties and ability. Many of the students have either been excluded from School or are Children in Care.

Please send your CV to Greg Burns, who is our dedicated SEN Consultant and will be happy to guide you through each step of the process from your application and will support you right up to you starting with the School.