Primary Teacher needed for an Alternative Provision in Yeovil ASAP. | Somerset | Primary Teacher Jobs
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Primary Teacher needed for an Alternative Provision in Yeovil ASAP. - Somerset - Role: Primary Teacher Jobs
Our client is an alternative provision for students who cannot attend mainstream school. They have several sites, including a site which provides hospital care. They are currently seeking a primary trained teacher, to work with three students in key stage two. The timetable at the moment, means that during the morning the successful candidate will work with one student and then two students in the afternoon. They students have a range of SEND needs, including social, emotional and mental health needs. This is a full time role.
The school itself is based in Yeovil, situated within a purpose built building with a great range of facilities. Although students study the curriculum, a well rounded education is also a priority, therefore life skills such as cookery, outdoor pursuits and emotional development are a focus. The school follows the THRIVE programme in all its lessons, therefore knowledge and experience of this is advantageous.
The school's ethos is focussed giving students the skills that they will need for life and developing their confidence. Many of the students who attend have mental health issues and low self-esteem, therefore providing a structured routine and opportunities for success is essential.
The successful candidate will have experience of working with students who have SEMH needs and challenging behaviour. In exchange, the school can offer a friendly team and supportive learning environment, in depth training and the opportunity to develop the lives of young people.
The role will start after half term (ideally Monday 19th February), lasting until the end of the academic year. It also has the potential to become permanent.
If you are interested, then please contact Kathryn Fish at Axcis Education on 0117 373 6127.
Axcis is an equal opportunities employer. The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Kathryn Fish
TELEPHONE: 0117 373 6127