Teachers & Support staff required for immediate start

Recruiter
Day Webster
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
01 Feb 2018
Closes
18 Feb 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Day Webster are actively working on behalf a high number of Special Needs Schools including PRU`S, Inclusion Centres, Alternative Provisions and Hospital Schools across all boroughs of London and Greater London.

We are currently registering a range of UK & Overseas Trained Teachers and Specialist Support Staff with experience in teaching Primary, Secondary & FE, with experience in SEN, Special Schools, Outreach or Alternative Provisions and with an interest to work in any of the London Boroughs.

Personal Skills:
Day Webster are looking for a number of outstanding, dynamic and innovative teachers and Classroom Support Staff who are looking for both long term and permanent work.

The right candidate must have previous experience of teaching or supporting small classes of children who have behavioural or learning difficulties, and so you will need to be an engaging and creative qualified teacher or specialist support worker. If you are an overseas trained teacher, a valid UK Naric certificate would be required.

Successful applicants will be required to have some experience teaching in or supporting pupils with any or all the following:

• Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD)
• Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD)
• Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
• Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
• Behaviour Emotional Social Difficulties (BESD)
• Pupil Referral Units (PRU)
• Alternative Provisions (AP) or Hospital Schools

These roles are often long term and would suit teachers or support staff with previous experience in special needs who have an interest in working with pupils with challenging behaviour or complex learning difficulties.

Candidates should:

Hold a valid DBS (conducted in the last 12 months)
Have a good classroom management dealing with challenging behaviour or complex learning difficulties
Have outstanding communication skills
Commitment to working with pupils with special educational needs
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Ability to use own initiative
Great problem solving skills
Capability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviour or complex learning difficulties
An observant and responsive approach
A positive, energetic and enthusiastic attitude
Patience, considerate and compassionate pupils

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