SEN English Teacher

Northampton, UK
18 Aug 2019
26 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a SEN English Teacher? Are you looking for a new post starting in September?

Do you want a permanent role? Do you want to work in a supportive SEN school?

Dunbar Education are currently recruiting for an SEN school in Northampton who are looking to appoint an SEN English Teacher on a permanent contract and would like the successful candidate to join them before the start of the academic year in August 2019. This school caters for students with BESD (behavioural, emotional and social difficulties) who are between the ages of 11 and 19.
  • SEN English Teacher
  • August Start
  • KS3-5
  • Northampton, Northamptonshire
  • Experience of working with pupils who have BESD is essential
  • £22,000- £32,035 dependent on qualifications and experience
  • Hours: 8.45am- 4.45pm Monday to Friday

This is an excellent opportunity to work in an SEN School that prides themselves on supporting their children through their education giving them the best approach to reach their true potential. The successful candidate doesn't have to have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) as experience and other qualifications will be considered.

The successful SEN English Teacher will be able:
  • To plan and teach clear, high quality lessons to support pupils to make good or outstanding progress and to embed key concepts in their long term memory
  • To set clear targets for pupils' learning, building on prior attainment and considering each pupil as an individual
  • To meet the special educational needs of pupils
  • To have, or rapidly develop, expert knowledge in the subject/s taught
  • To enable all pupils to understand key concepts, effectively checking understanding and correcting misunderstandings
  • To assess pupil work and progress giving regular feedback and use this to continuously inform your teaching
  • To prioritise reading in order to develop pupils' fluency, confidence and enjoyment
  • To develop the subject specific schemes of work for all year groups that are coherently planned and sequenced towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and, as appropriate, meaningful accreditation
  • To build all learning towards an end point that leads into the next stage of their education, training or employment
  • To report on pupil progress in line with school policy
  • To maintain a stimulating, engaging and safe learning environment that allows your pupils to focus on learning
  • To positively manage behaviour in line with school policy
  • To undertake a pastoral and support role as required
  • To attend school events as required
  • To contribute to the wider life of the school, including whole-school routines, paperwork and duties
  • To take responsibility for your own professional development and engage with performance management activities

To be considered for this role the successful SEN English Teacher must:
  • Inspire confidence in pupils and colleagues
  • Work collaboratively, and foster positive relationships, as part of the school team
  • Engage and motivate pupils, promoting their progress and well-being
  • Have high expectations of every pupil
  • Contribute positively to the school's continual improvement and development
  • Promote and safeguard the welfare of the pupils
  • Work within school policies at all times
  • Maintain confidentiality

If you would like to apply or would like some more information on the role of SEN English Teacher please get in touch with Louise Ozier at Dunbar Education today.

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