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Supported Living Pathways Lead Teacher

Supported Living Pathways Lead Teacher - Stoke on Trent

Salary: Qualified Teacher Pay Scale, Salary: M1- U3 + TLR 2.1

The Company:

Our client is a newly established college.

They are looking for a lead teacher of the supported living pathways team.

You will be supervising delivery of a curriculum tailored to the individual requirements of young people with complex additional learning needs and disabilities, ensuring suitability to further education standards.

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

Essential Criteria:

Qualified Teacher Status

Degree

Management experience

Experience in training and leading INSET

Relevant teaching experience

Experience in teaching learners with SEND

Experience in running extra-curricular activities

Secure knowledge of the EHCP and Annual Review Process

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.

Some of the main responsibilities

? Act as the lead teacher of the Supported Living Pathways team, supervising delivery of a curriculum tailored to the individual requirements of young people with complex additional learning needs and disabilities, ensuring suitability to further education standards.

? Have a good, up to date working knowledge and understanding of a range of teaching, learning and behaviour management strategies for young people with special educational needs.

? Know how to use and adopt strategies which provide opportunities for all learners to achieve their individual potential.

? Work in partnership with other agencies e.g.

Speech and Language therapists to ensure individual learners' needs are met.

? Teach challenging, well organised lessons across the age and our very diverse ability range using: o A deep knowledge of young people's individual needs to An appropriate range of t