Special Needs Supply Teacher
Part or Full Time
£120 - £180 (per day)
Hudds / Bradford / Wakefield
Are you SEN experienced or with skills you are keen to hone?
Do you have availability a minimum of one full day per week (up to 5 days for those keen to work full time or on a long term basis)?
Our busiest time of year for teaching work runs from November to June 2019.
Due to a flying start to the year are looking to recruit additional staff to our daily and long term supply team in a brilliant range of schools and settings in West Yorkshire
The work we cover for this Special Needs Supply Teacher is based in PRU, Alternative Provision, Special Needs Schools and Designated Provisions and is organised to meet your own strengths, interests and the needs of students.
Pay for this Special Needs Supply Teacher role is dependent upon your own experience, whether work is long or short term, level of commitment / planning, and pay policy of the setting itself. All to be discussed at an initial appointment with us and available prior to accepting work.
Specific skills we require for this Special Needs Supply Teacher role:
Some experience of working with students with SEND, additional needs or strong pastoral skills
An aptitude for engaging ‘hard to reach’ students
Patience and positivity in abundance
For SEND – primary , particularly EYFS training is highly advantageous
Skills in Makaton, with PECs or Sign Language
For SEMH / Alternative provision – experience of mentoring, coaching, behaviour support/ intervention, training or experience of supporting students with trauma or Looked After Children
Excellent teaching and learning strategies
Knowledge or training in SEND, Team Teach, De-escalation is also advantageous
Tuition on the other hand requires you to work independently as opposed to as part of a team and a willingness and an open mind to teach a number of subjects, and commit to a regular timetable.
We support schools with students with Profound and Complex Needs, Medical Needs, Nurture ethos’, Autism Specialisms, Generic Special Needs Schools, Behaviour Units, Specialist Requirements and 1:1 work, Residential Settings, Alternative Provisions, PRU (Pupil Referral Units) and Home / Hospital Tuition.
Supply work, including this Special Needs Supply Teacher role, through Vision for Education is an excellent way to utilise existing skills on a ‘no strings’ basis, dip your toe back into a slightly different sector or work environment, build confidence and upskill, or to start out in a new field / find a new job.
You will receive full support from your dedicated Vision consultant, access to a wide range of CPD and training that is always FREE of charge, freedom to move from temporary to permanent work.
Vision for Education follows a Safer Recruitment policy. All candidates would be required to meet our criteria for safeguarding, undergo full referencing and hold DBS check registered to the Update Service (or be prepared to apply for one). We verify work history and all qualifications. We would also undertake a full interview via a face to face meeting.
Vision for Education handles long term assignments and permanent roles as well as short term / temporary posts.
Please contact us for a confidential discussion regarding this Special Needs Supply Teacher role. This could be the first step towards the next stage of your career or the best move you make - 01484 642928