Hillcrest Jubilee School require a Primary Teacher (SEN) (Part Time) to join their dedicated team. Salary £24,373 - £35,971 per annum (plus £2,209 SEN allowance) – Pro-Rata. We are within a commutable distance of Havant, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Chichester and Petersfield and other surrounding towns and villages.
Jubilee School is an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated education provision that provides support to c31 pupils aged 8-16 year with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. The School has an excellent reputation for providing highly effective education, therapy, welfare and support to all children and young people that they teach. The curriculum at our education provision provides a structured and supportive environment and is planned to meet the personal, academic and pastoral needs of the pupils at each stage of their schooling.
As an experienced Primary Teacher (SEN), you will support pupils with a range of abilities across varied subjects, ensuring the highest quality of education is delivered in line with the requirements of the national curriculum. The role will see the post holder design educational programmes of studies that will ensure the positive progression of our students is achieved, whilst also challenging academic boundaries in order to build independent skills. This position will require teaching across a wide range of subjects.
The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, committed and flexible, who can easily engage with students that may be reluctant to participate in lessons due to previous life experiences. We are looking to appoint a Primary Teacher with experience working with pupils with SEMH and Behavioural difficulties.
This role is offered on a permanent, part time basis, term time only, 3 days per week (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) plus after school meetings.
Following a thorough induction and training programme, your duties as Primary Teacher (SEN) would include:
• Teaching across a varied range of subjects
• Preparing, planning and assessing teaching sessions whilst maintaining an awareness of curriculum developments
• Writing and implement individual education plans, making assessments of educational attainment, setting challenging yet achievable targets
• Build relationships with all young people, which will encourage their interest and participation in their education
• Creating an environment which is stimulating and purposeful for all pupils to promote teaching and learning outside the formal classroom settings.
Key Skills Required:
• Hold Qualified Teacher Status
• Have a background of teaching a range of subjects, delivering teaching at a good or outstanding level
• Knowledge of current education issues in relation to terms of practise, process and curriculum
• Be experienced or have an interest working within an SEN setting, supporting with challenging behaviour (SEMH/EBD)
• Effective communication skills with the ability to build ongoing positive relationships with the students
If you are a confident, adaptable and enthusiastic Primary Teacher (SEN) (Part Time) looking for a new role please apply immediately. In return we offer a salary of £24,373 - £35,971 per annum (plus £2,209 SEN allowance) – Pro-Rata, depending on experience plus a range of company benefits.
Please note, we reserve the right to close the vacancy early should we receive a significant number of suitable applications.
Although Outcomes First Group salaries are in-line with the National Teachers Pay Scale, Terms & Conditions of this position are specific to Outcomes First Group
Hillcrest Jubilee School forms part of Outcomes First Group, the largest independent provider of high quality foster care and special needs education and care. We are a vital part of local communities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland with a renowned reputation for quality and positive outcomes for the people we care for.
Our specialist care, education and therapeutic services support children and young adults with complex needs and learning disabilities including autism and social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). Our approach increases the likelihood of positive outcomes by creating an established platform for each pupil, foster child and resident to develop both personally and academically, preparing them for their transition to adulthood.
Outcomes First Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone in our care and therefore this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check where suitable references will be sought prior to your employment start date.