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SEN ICT Teacher

Posted: 11th October 2018
  • Location: Wandsworth, London
  • Salary: GBP130 - GBP200 per day
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

SEN ICT Teacher - £130 - £200 per day - London Borough of Wandsworth - Starting in ASAP - Teacher's Pay Scale + SEN 1 or 2 - SEN Secondary School

*** SEN ICT Teacher required in South East London
*** SEN ICT Teacher starting ASAP - Full Time
*** SEN ICT Teacher required to teach KS3 and KS4
*** Must have UK teaching experience with effective behaviour management

Are you a mainstream ICT Teacher looking to take a step into Special Educational Needs?

Do you have strong behaviour management skills and are keen to work with students with challenging behaviour/Autism?

Are you interested in teaching small classes of around 8-10 students?

If so then this SEN ICT Teacher role is for you!

The Role - SEN ICT Teacher

Planning

*Deliver a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum, incorporating the National Curriculum requirements and literacy, numeracy across the curriculum
*Produce planning in line with required deadlines.
*Identify and have a clear understanding of the needs of all pupils including those with additional special educational needs, able, gifted and talented pupils and use appropriate teaching strategies to engage and support them.
*Identify clear, relevant, challenging teaching and learning objectives, and specify how they will be taught and assessed;
*Set tasks which engage, involve and challenge pupils, whilst ensuring high level of interest and enjoyment;
*Have appropriately high expectations and set clear, aspirational individual targets, building on prior attainment;

Teaching

*Deliver the curriculum as relevant to the age and ability groups taught differentiating appropriately.
*Teach the knowledge, understanding and skills, and ensure the pupils acquire, consolidate and are able to use and apply them across all curriculum areas, in a range of learning contexts;
*Be responsible for the preparation and delivery of teaching materials, teaching programmes and pastoral arrangements as appropriate.
*Promote active and independent learning that enables all pupils to think for themselves, and to plan and manage their own learning;
*Recognise and respond effectively to equality issues as they arise in the classroom, and challenge stereotyped views, bullying and harassment in accordance with school policy and procedures.
*Provide homework which consolidates and extends work carried out in the class and encourages independent learning;
*Evaluate their own teaching critically to improve effectiveness.
*Organise and manage Teaching Assistants and other staff in the classroom to maximise the outcomes for pupils' learning.

Class Management

*Establish a successful working relationships and a purposeful learning environment, where diversity is valued and pupils feel safe, secure and confident;
*Establish clear expectations using effective behaviour management, pre-empting and addressing any potential behavioural issues; and maintaining discipline through well focused teaching
*Be a positive role model and demonstrate consistently the positive attitudes, values and behaviour expected of pupils.


The School - SEN ICT Teacher

The school is a regional residential provision, based in Wandsworth, providing education for pupils aged 10 to 19 who are D/deaf, who have speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).
The term D/deaf is used throughout education and research to describe students who are Deaf (British Sign Language users) and deaf (who are hard of hearing and tend to communicate more orally.
The school follows a student-centred multi-modal approach to communication. They would like to welcome you to become part of their vibrant and innovative learning community and to have the opportunity to work in a happy and harmonious school which promotes the highest standards and is at the forefront of special education. This is an inclusive school where every student and member of staff is valued highly. They are looking for a highly motivated, experienced and well-qualified teacher to be a member of an innovative team committed to developing language and literacy skills and to raising the achievements of all their pupils.

If this sounds like you and you're ready for a new challenge, then hit the apply button below or contact Orsi at FRCE on 0203 846 7111 or orsolya@frce-group.co.uk.



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