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SEMH Teacher in a PRU (cover supervisors considered)
SEN School school in Barking and DagenhamFull Time
19 Feb - Jul 26
A pupil referral unit is looking for a teacher to join their team. You do not need to have a QTS, but if you do not have a QTS then it is essential you have experience supporting children with SEMH issues. This is a full-time position. About the Role: - You will create a positive and inclusive learning environment, tailored to the individual needs of each student. - Working closely with the school's SENCO and other members of staff, you will develop and implement personalized learning plans. - You will track and monitor student progress, providing regular feedback to students and parents. - Collaborating with external agencies and professionals, you will ensure the best possible outcomes for students. Requirements: - QTS preferred, but not essential. Experience supporting children with SEMH issues is required. - Ability to differentiate lessons and resources to meet the diverse needs of students. - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues. - Patience, resilience, and a passion for working with children with special educational needs. Benefits of Zen Educate for SEN School Teachers: - Work Life Balance: Zen Educate offers flexible working arrangements, allowing you to choose when and where you want to work. - Better Pay: We offer competitive rates of pay, ensuring that you are rewarded for your skills and experience. - On-Hands Support: Our dedicated support team is available to assist you throughout your teaching journey, from finding the right role to ongoing guidance and advice. If you are a passionate SEN School Teacher looking for a rewarding opportunity in Barking and Dagenham, apply now with Zen Educate to join our community of dedicated education professionals.
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Posted 17 days ago
Part-time (2 days - job share) Year 4 teacher | Upney
Primary school in Barking and DagenhamPart Time
29 Feb - Mar 28
A vibrant, inclusive 4-form entry school near Upney is looking for a part-time teacher to join their team. You would be part of a job share for a Year 4 class. Planning would be provided by the rest of the team, so your class teacher responsibility would be greatly reduced. Trials to take place ASAP with the role to start after half-term (week commencing 26th February). The role will continue until at least the Easter holidays, with the possibility to extend beyond.
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Posted 21 days ago
Year 3 class teacher
Primary school in Barking and DagenhamFull Time
26 Feb - Jul 19
Job Title: Primary Teacher (Experienced Year 3 Teacher for Maternity Cover) Availability: Full Time About the School: We are a reputable primary school located in Barking and Dagenham, committed to providing a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for our students. With a strong focus on academic excellence and personal development, we strive to inspire a love for learning in our students and prepare them for a successful future. About the Role: We are currently seeking an experienced Year 3 Teacher to join our dedicated team for a maternity cover position. As the primary teacher, you will be responsible for delivering engaging lessons that meet the needs of our diverse student population. You will work collaboratively with colleagues to create a positive and stimulating learning environment, ensuring that each student is supported and challenged to reach their full potential. This is a full-time position, and the successful candidate will be expected to start as soon as possible. Requirements: - Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the UK - Proven experience teaching in a primary school setting - Strong knowledge of the Year 3 curriculum and ability to deliver engaging lessons - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to build positive relationships with students, parents, and staff - Commitment to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment
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Posted 25 days ago
Reception class teacher - ECTs Welcome
Primary school in Barking and DagenhamFull Time
16 Feb - Jul 31
JOB DESCRIPTION - TEACHER (Main Pay Grade/UPS) NAME: GRADE: Main Professional Grade/ UPS DESIGNATION: Class Teacher SCHOOL: Henry Green Primary DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION Overall purpose of job Carry out the professional duties of a school teacher plus any other duties that can reasonably be asked of her/him under the direction of the Headteacher. Main Duties 1. Plan and prepare work for the short, medium and long term, with due regard to continuity and progression. 2. Teach, according to their educational needs, pupils for whom they are responsible. This will include setting and marking of work to be carried out elsewhere. 3. Assess, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of pupils; maintain effective records and assessments. 4. Participate in all necessary arrangements and procedures relating to national and local assessments. 5. Ensure that all pupils for whom they are responsible progress and are encouraged. 6. Maintain good order and discipline among pupils with particular reference to health and safety. 7. Provide pastoral care, guidance and advice to pupils as appropriate. 8. Assist with supervision of children from other classes as necessary. 9. Participate in meetings covering school and pupil activities. 10. Attend assemblies where appropriate. (N.B. Teachers are not obligated to attend acts of worship) 11. Maintain a register of pupils' attendance including known reasons for absence. 12. Communicate and consult with parents and other relevant bodies, and foster positive relationships. 13. For specified subject area: if appropriate. · Develop and keep under review the school policy and curricular planning arrangements after consultation with the Head Teacher and staff, in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum and LEA policy. · Be responsible for organisation of equipment and resources ensuring they are in good repair, suitably displayed and available. · Promote and develop awareness, provide advice and support for colleagues, and encourage the sharing of ideas and good practice. 14. Co-operate with other curriculum co-ordinators to identify and develop cross-curricular links and approaches. 15. Participate in teachers' review and development sessions. 16. Update and maintain skills through attendance at relevant courses/conferences ensuring information is made available to others as necessary. 17. Demonstrate commitment to quality learning in classroom organisation and management. 18. Encourage child centred learning using first hand experience as the basis of children's learning 19. Be conversant with and use information technology equipment available within the school, loading and retrieving information as required. 20. Be responsible for running an after-school club 21. The above duties are neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the post holder may be required by the Head Teacher to carry out other appropriate duties within the grading level of the post and the competence of the post holder. Note: Any member of staff attending extensive training funded by the school e.g Senco, Early Leadership, Middle leaders, Senior Leadership, or anything deemed by the HT as ‘extensive’ in cost and development, should remain affiliated with and working in the school a full year after this training has been completed by them or they will be liable for half the costs incurred by the school. Clauses 1-16 are drawn from the Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document. Discussed on ................................. Signed ......................................... Additional detail: Subject Leader · Undertake effective curriculum planning to ensure statutory requirements are met in the subject. · Be responsible for and monitor the progress of individuals and groups, identifying underperformance and using effective intervention strategies where necessary. · Be responsible for quality control of teaching and learning within the subject. · Manage and monitor the subject budget effectively. · Have an overview of CPD activities and requirements within the subject across the whole school. · Develop and implement policies and practices which reflect the school’s commitment to high achievement and expectations through effective teaching and learning. · Have an enthusiasm for the subject which motivates and supports other staff and pupils. · Run an after-school club related to your specific subject or a personal interest/skill. · Use, track and identify relevant data to inform targets for development and further improvement for individuals and groups of pupils. · Develop plans for the subject which identify clear targets, timescales and success criteria for its development and/or maintenance, in line with the school development plan. · Monitor progress and evaluating the effects on teaching and learning.
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Posted about 1 month ago
SEMH/ SEN TA - working on a 1:1 basis with a child with autism. Experience is a must
Primary school in Barking and DagenhamFull Time
26 Feb - Jul 19
A lovely school in Barking & Dagenham are looking for an experienced and passionate TA to support 2 children with autism & SEMH additional needs in Year 3 & 4. The child in Year 3 is currently in school on a part-time basis, so when you're not supporting this child, you'll be supporting another child in Year 4. The child in Year 3 has autism, but has a tendency to display challenging and violent behaviour, so isn't able to work in a classroom with other children at the moment. The child in Year 4 doesn't display challenging behaviour, but will often say no to doing something. If they've built a good relationship with the person they're working with, they can be coaxed into doing certain tasks, so building strong relationships is an essential requirement for this role. The child is working below ARE and needs support with his learning as well as his behaviour. The successful candidate for this role MUST have SEN/SEMH experience. To apply, please register your interest in the role via the Zen Educate app or email rachel@zeneducate.com. Trials to be held week commencing 19th February, with the role to start immediately following a successful trial. Further information to come shortly.
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Posted about 1 month ago
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