Wakefield, West Yorkshire
£110 - £180 per day + other brilliant benefits
Are you a qualified teacher? Does working with atrisk youth sound like the career for you? Can you find different and engaging ways to teach children who are not accessing mainstream education? Are you looking for a flexible, part time approach to your teaching career? Yes? Then read on, as this may be the career for you!
An inclusive, primary specialist provision for children with social, emotional and mental health needs is looking to recruit a teacher to join the team of dedicated staff. The school is based in Wakefiled and caters for children who cannot access mainstream education for a variety of SEMH, SEND, and EBD (emotional behavioural difficulty) reasons. The school is seeking a patient, nurturing and engaging primary trained teacher, ideally with an interest and strength in maths. This role demands an ability to provide supportive pastoral care, alongside a fun and engaging approach to teaching. The children can display challenging behaviour and so the successful applicant will have the skillset to deescalate and redirect negative behaviour to the best of their ability this requires a degree of resiliency and optimism that will be beneficial to succeeding in this role. This is a long term supply role, with would be review a the end of the academic year to be extended into a permanent role.
School Benefits: On site parking Close to public transport Top of the range equipment Brilliant career progression opportunities A holistic approach to teaching and education Extensive grounds and building Supportive staff team including therapists, nurses and specially trained teachers
Randstad Benefits: Dedicated SEND Consultants with experience working in SEN education 24/7 oncall service Free career advice Support and guidance throughout your role Market advice Job matching based on your preferences Advice and feedback on your current CV Team teach training available
Your role will include: Establishing constructive relationships with students Following the positive behaviour plans for each individual child Maintain a positive working environment and liaising with the support staff and teaching assistants Develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of each pupil within the class Recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and deescalating the situation to best of your ability Assist the school in communicating with parent and carers using appropriate approach Support and engage the children in their curriculum studies, as well as other activities within the school
Key skills and experience needed: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Commitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children Experience working with vulnerable/ atrisk children or young adults Experience working or volunteering with children The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviour Able to work with learners with various learning difficulties Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children Teaching qualification (or equivalent) is essential Team teach trained essential
Does this sound the like the job for you? Do you feel you can make a difference to these childrens lives? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch!
Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
Randstad Education has an array of positions in the West Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call the Leeds branch today on 0113 246 2500.
Posted 9 days ago