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SEN Sports Teacher

SEN Sports Teacher - Stoke on Trent

Salary: Qualified Teacher Pay Scale, Salary: M1- U3

The Company:

Our client is a newly established college.

They are looking for an experienced SEN Sports Teacher to join their team.

You will be working with learners and staff to embed good health across the Curriculum.

Develop the emotional skills of students in order to ensure that they are able to receive the best teaching and learning in the classroom.

The college offers a competitive salary, professional development and other incentives.

Essential Criteria:

Qualified Teacher Status

Degree or equivalent in Physical Education

Relevant teaching experience

Experience in running extra-curricular activities

An understanding of the strategies required to motivate, engage and inspire learners

Knowledge and understanding of safeguarding procedures in relation to children and young people

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Good time management and the ability to multi-task

Flexibility, commitment and reliability

Understanding of and significant contribution to the whole college extra-curricular programme

Some of the main responsibilities

Teaching and supporting all designated classes in physical education and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Develop and implement good health and physical activity programmes that are tailored to the individual needs and targets of young people with SEN and disabilities.

To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for learners.

Be a role model for learners, inspiring them to be actively interested in physical activity and a healthy lifestyle.

Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the policies and practice of the workplace, including those designed to promote equality of opportunity.

Communicate effectively with learners, parents/carers and colleagues, including those from multidisciplinary teams.