Are you a Fully Qualified Primary Teacher based in Nottingham who wants to work as a 1:1 tutor for hard to reach and disaffected pupils?
If you are looking for a new challenge after October half term, working with Looked After and SEN pupils, we would love to hear from you!
About the role:
- Tutoring hard to reach, disaffected young people with severe and complex Mental Health Difficulties
- Planning and delivering cross curricular work for KS3 and KS4 pupils, in addition to primary referrals
- Working closely with Local Authority staff teams, including LAC officers, Education Consultants, Social Workers and more
- Producing weekly feedback forms and marking attendance rgisters for the tuition sessions each week
- Attending PEP meetings where required
The ideal candidate:
- Fully Qualified Teacher or experienced HLTA with experience planning and delivering intervention
- Experienced working with young people or adults who have mental health difficulties
- Experienced working with challenging behaviour and young people who are particularly disengaged from education
- Confident to work with multi-disciplinary teams and professional at all times
- Confident dealing with safeguarding issues and processes where required
- Able to plan and deliver cross-curricular work at either primary or secondary level (this is on a case by case basis depending on the child's needs
- Competitive rates of pay
- Flexible working hours
- Build up a rewarding relationship with hard to reach young people
- Make a difference to young people's educational life
- Excellent new challenge and skillset for your CV!
- Consistent and regular work based around your availability
- Dedicated consultant at the end of the phone to line manage and support you throughout your entire placement!
For additional information, please contact Emma - East Midlands SEm Branch Manager - on the number provided or click Apply Now to send through your CV!