at Chalk Education
Location Reading, United Kingdom
Date Posted September 8, 2022
Category SEND
Job Type Long-term
Salary £ – £150 per day

Job Description

Science Teacher for SEN school needed in Reading, Berkshire.

£130 - £200 per day depending on QTS and experience.

Chalk Education are working with a beautiful, small SEN school in Tilehurst's who are looking to recruit a Science Teacher asap.

Job summary:
• To be responsible for high quality autism specific education and development of a class / group of children with ASD.
• To have the potential to develop skills in order to work with pupils with complex needs in addition to autism spectrum disorder, such as ADHD, OCD and PDA
• To be responsible for planning implementing and delivering a personalised curriculum to individual children and groups that is relevant and motivating for each child.
• Ensure the quality of teaching and learning meets statutory requirements
• Ensure continuity across the curriculum and contribute to joint planning
• To work in a non-confrontational non directive way to ensure individual needs are met.

Principal accountabilities
• Provide the highest standard of support, assisting children in achieving their maximum potential through the implementation of the SPELL framework
• Plan, develop and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum
• To assume responsibility for classroom management including the environment, staff and children
• Develop a provision of the highest possible quality of education and maintain a supportive atmosphere, ensuring the safety, protection and wellbeing of each child
• Manage and develop curricular areas and monitor teaching standards for these areas
• Assist in the development of the Curriculum
• Report on and discuss children’s attainment, achievement and progress with parents and any other bodies that have statutory functions
• Be responsible for monitoring, assessing, reporting, recording and evaluation of learning experiences
• Manage a designated budget as required
• To adhere to all organisational policies and procedures
Job descriptions only reflect 80% of a role, and are not an exhaustive list of duties. You are expected to carry out other activities that are within the scope of the role.

• Ability to work co-operatively with multi-disciplinary professionals, governors and other agencies.
• Ability to promote a positive image of the School together with high standards of education, care and behaviour.
• Ability to remain calm and reflective when working in a challenging environment.
• Good IT skills to support the organisation and management of own work as well as a teaching tool.
• Ability to contribute effectively to school self-review.
• Proven ability to work on own initiative, be well organised, prioritise effectively and achieve results against deadlines
• Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team

• Evidence of a sound knowledge of the current Curriculum Initiatives in KS2-5 to promote good to outstanding teaching, learning and behaviour.
• Effects of ASD on learning
• Curriculum development and implementation for children with SEN

• Experience of teaching in a Special School environment (desirable)
• Experience working with young people with ASD
• Experience of working with young people with complex needs, including OCD, PDA, ADHD (desirable)
• Experience of successfully delivering a differentiated curriculum to pupils with a wide range of needs.

Education & Certification
• Teaching degree/certificate of education
• Qualified Teacher status

Safeguarding responsibilities
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and adults who use our services and as such expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

call Holly now for more information on 07908 078667.


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