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DBS192/18 - Lead Teacher Early Intervention & Outreach (SEMH), North Tyneside Student Support Service / Moorbridge PRU

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 18/05/2018 11:59
£22,917 - £38,633 plus TLR 2.1 £2,667 and sn1 £2,106 p.a.
Job Category:
Schools - Teaching
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Employment Location:
Moorbridge PRU, Shiremoor

Job details 

Closing date:
18 May

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This job is closed for applications.

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We are seeking to appoint an experienced, outstanding, talented, enthusiastic and creative Lead Teacher of SEMH Early intervention.

You will have a track record of successfully engaging vulnerable young people and the ability to work creatively with parents/carers, teaching/support staff both within NTSSS and Mainstream schools and colleagues.

As a suitably qualified and experienced teacher, you will plan, prepare and deliver high-quality and effective lessons in line with Nurturing principles and the SEN Code of Practice and have the ability to motivate and inspire young people experiencing behavioural, emotional, social and/or health difficulties.

Applicants must be able to evidence:
• Recent experience of teaching to an outstanding level
• Recent experience of teaching students who exhibit social, emotional and mental health difficulties;
• Ability to successfully motivate and teach disaffected children within mainstream secondary education and/or other settings;
• Their ability to ensure the service meets the statutory requirements of the SEN Code of Practice;
• Their ability to lead and manage personalised learning programmes for pupils;
• Their experience of and ability to develop, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of their given subject
• The person appointed must be flexible in all aspects of their work, as they may be required in any part of the NTSSS service
• Ability to prepare young people for continuing their education in mainstream school and strengthening relationships with key staff.
• Ability to quickly form positive relationships with parents and carers who may be facing challenging life circumstances.
• Ability to prepare young people for life skills such as personal hygiene, food preparation and healthy eating.
• Have awareness of a variety of approaches including the Thrive approach and be committed to the development of a whole-school holistic and nurturing approach.
• Work with the leadership team to evaluate the effectiveness of the provision; continually reflecting on practice.
• Produce resources/strategies to support schools in successfully including young people with SEMH.
• Attend multi-agency meetings and be able to work collaboratively with staff from schools across the LA as well as other agencies

Essential qualities for all applicants include:
• The ability to use a flexible approach and a variety of techniques to enable disaffected students to access a creative curriculum;
• Effective communication skills;
• The ability to be understanding, calm and supportive;
• Energy, patience, enthusiasm and a sense of humour;
• A commitment to inclusive practices;
• A commitment to working in partnership with parents, mainstream teachers and any other agencies.

For further details and an informal chat, please contact Karen Croskery (Headteacher), or Julie Kalama, Deputy Headteacher on 0191 6436170

Visits are expected and encouraged and can be arranged by calling the Admin Office at Moorbridge on 0191 643 6170.

Application forms are available by email from karen.croskery@northtyneside.org.uk

Moorbridge PRU is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As such an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure will be sought along with other relevant employment checks deemed appropriate.

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