Teacher - Social, Emotional and Mental Health - Manchester | Manchester | SEN TA Jobs
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Teacher - Social, Emotional and Mental Health - Manchester - Manchester - Role: SEN TA Jobs
Axcis Education is working in close partnership with a primary school in Manchester who is looking for a KS1 Teacher on a long-term basis. Axcis is the leading supplier of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) staff in England and Wales. We recruit SEND staff for mainstream schools and alternative provisions across England and Wales.
Is a long term teaching position in KS1. Within the class there are a number of children with a range of SEND including children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) concerns and challenging behaviour. It will be your role as the class teacher to:
- Plan and teach engaging and interactive lessons
- Monitor and manage the behaviour of the children
- Liaise with parents and other teachers
In the schools recent OFSED it was rated as GOOD and described as having 'a harmonious atmosphere where polite and enthusiastic pupils work hard.' It also noted the strength in the relationships between adults and pupils.
- Relevant teaching qualification
- Recent and relevant experience of teaching within a primary school environment, ideally within KS1
- Previous experience of working with SEMH or similar SEND such as challenging behaviour
- Good knowledge of behaviour management techniques
- The ability to create and maintain positive relationships with pupils and staff
- Must be patient, caring and have the ability to remain calm in situations
Salary and Benefits
- Starting at £120 per day which can increase depending on experience
- Discounted training through the National Autistic society
- Access to in house training such as Team Teach, Makaton and many more.
The role is full-time long-term and is due to start ASAP.
If you are interested, then please contact Charlotte Holmes at Axcis Education on 0151 448 2810.
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: Charlotte Holmes
TELEPHONE: 0151 448 2810