Primary/Secondary Outreach Teacher - North London - ASAP Start
An outstanding school with a provision for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health in North London, are now looking for an Outreach Teacher to join them on a long-term basis, the school are willing to provide training to staff if needed.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Mainstream trained teacher or a Special Needs Teacher to join an outstanding outreach programme.
The role will be working directly with mainstream schools throughout the borough to support pupils who have SEMH and provide them with direct interventions.
The school are looking for a compassionate, keen and caring individual to join a team of teachers to support pupils with social and emotional difficulties throughout the borough in mainstream schools.
Your day as an Outreach Teacher will depend entirely on how you support the children and work with a lovely team of support staff, There really are no limits to the interests, passions, hobbies and activities that the pupils enjoy. You have limited time with the pupils throughout the week, but it will allow you to build a very strong relationship with them. It is key for this role that you are positive and enjoy having a laugh. The pupils you will be supporting are an active bunch. Please ensure you can commit to this role, as reliability for the students you will be supporting is a key factor. They require stability and need support in accessing activities to allow them to achieve their full potential.
The Teacher would:
Work with pupils who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties
Helping all students enjoy their learning and get as much out of life as they can
Identify challenges and ensure that the pupils learn
Support pupils develop within the mainstream classes
Help pupils develop their communication and life skillsThe Teacher we require should have:
Experience working within Primary
Experience in using behaviour techniques within a classroom
Knowledge of teaching range KS1 and KS2
Must be Caring, Adaptable and highly intuitive
Car driver essentialTo join us and be successful in this Special Needs Teacher role you will need to:
Hold QTS status or equivalent teaching qualification
This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained
You must have the legal right to work in the UKPlease contact Zeki @ Remedy Education for further details. Ask fast as there will be lots of interest in this position