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Nurture Class Teacher


Teaching Personnel

£100 - 200 per day

Bromley

Permanent | Full Time

11/06/2024

No

Job Summary

Role: Nurture Teacher

Key stage: Primary /KS2, SEMH needs

When: March - permanent contract available

Where: Bromley

School type: Mainstream Primary School provision

Pay: Depending on QTS and experience

Is QTS required: Desirable, qualified by experience will also be considered

Are you passionate about teaching students with additional needs?

This is a wonderful opportunity for primary school educators who are passionate about SEND and inclusive education to join a truly inclusive school as a specialist Nurture Teacher!

As mentioned, this is a truly inclusive SEMH school based in Bromley and their dedicated and supportive Head is seeking to appoint a Nurture Teacher for their ever expanding need to support their SEN children in KS2 and 3. This is a WONDERFUL opportunity for passionate SEN educators who are looking to feel part of a community and a truly inclusive school environment. This is a March  start and you will be appointed on a temp-perm basis, an opportunity to become an embedded member of their team!

Read on for more details...

SEMH School - Bromley

We are looking for a Nurture Teacher for a new role at a SEMH primary school based in Bromley. The school has a hugely diverse intake and is proud of its inclusive approach to learning, they also have a SEN provision for children who require additional support.

Nurture Teacher

You will teach a class of 7-8 children and lead and motivate a team of 4/5 SEN TAs. They have undiagnosed and diagnosed needs such as ASD and complex SEMH. Some of the children will be assisted to transition to their mainstream classes and others will remain until a space at a more specialist SEN setting is found. This is a September requirement however the demand is such that the school is looking to make this a permanent role for the right Nurture Teacher as stability is key. Although QTS is preferred, a strong HLTA or unqualified EYFS teacher with SEN experience will be highly suitable and encouraged to apply. Most importantly a passion for SEN/inclusive education, and a positive and enthusiastic energy is essential!

What would the ideal Nurture Teacher look like?

• Primary teaching experience, ideally EYFS

• Experience of teaching ASD children and children with complex SEMH, even if it is in a mainstream setting with high % SEND

• Experience of Attention Autism will be highly beneficial

• Positive role model to support communication, with a sensitive, nurturing, and consistent approach

• Experienced and qualified teachers with QTS/QTLS is beneficial.

• Phonics experience

• A nurturing, patient, empathetic and holistic approach

• Passion for teaching SEN children is essential!

NB: Although experience teaching in SEND specialist settings is beneficial I would also love to hear from teachers who are interested in taking their first steps into SEN.

What you can expect from this Nurture Teacher role

• To teach in a setting with a likeminded team who are equally as dedicated to the learning and personal development of children with additional needs

• Supportive and inclusive SLT

• Working within a truly diverse staff team and student cohort

• Access to extensive CPD – this SLT is focused on offering consistent CPD to their staff

• Most importantly a genuine feeling of community amongst staff!

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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