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Learning Support Teacher - (Unqualified)

Location: ENFIELD, MIDDLESEX Salary: 17000.00 - 19553.00 GBP Per Annum
Sector: Education Job Type: Contract
Shift Type: N/A Applications: N/A
Posted: 6 days ago Reference: 3158961
A  Church of England School is seeking to appoint an innovative Learning Support Unit Teacher with a passion for teaching and learning to join a team of highly motivated staff.

They are committed to providing the highest academic standards which challenge students to achieve their very best, whilst ensuring a school ethos that is caring and positive. This role will assist in the support of students with identified barriers to learning. The Learning Support Teacher will work as part of a team of teachers and support staff involved in the delivery of differentiated learning and targeted educational programmes designed by appropriate staff. The role will also involve supporting identified students with literacy and numeracy to enable them to progress and succeed across the curriculum.

This is an excellent opportunity to join an inspirational school where 'Students' attitudes to others and to their learning are outstanding' (Ofsted 2015).

The school offers comprehensive professional development to all staff and we are dedicated to supporting career progression and advancement.

JOB SUMMARY
- To manage the day to day running of the Learning Support Unit.
- To support the teaching and learning of students experiencing identified barriers to learning/achievement
such as disaffection, lack of confidence, SEMH and/or exam anxiety.
- To work within the school’s Inclusion Policy to support the learning and progress of those students within the
LSU.
- To work with the Head of English, Maths, SENCO and AHT for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare
to implement programmes of study to support the progress of students in the LSU

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
- Teach a targeted programme to students in the Learning Support Unit ensuring good progress and
support in their return to mainstream classes.
- Work closely with curriculum leads to ensure targeted delivery of curriculum subjects, with a
particular focus on English and maths.
- Promote the inclusion and acceptance of students within the LSU and within the school
- Contribute to the overall ethos, aims and work of the school.
- Work with individuals and small groups.

METHODS OF WORKING
The postholder will be expected to:
- Take an active part in the school’s performance management procedures
- Undertake any necessary training associated with the duties of the post
- Maintain confidentiality at all times and observe data protection guidelines
- Understand and comply with the school’s equal opportunities and other policies comply with all


The ideal candidate will have / be;

- Previous experience in secondary education
- Experience working with special educational needs and behavioural needs
- Able to commit to full time work
- Able to commit to working until the end of the academic year
- Good organisation and communication skills
- Manage challenging behaviour
- Providing pastoral support to your students
- Be responsible for the development of resources to support the learning and personal/social development of students in the LSU

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