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anzuk are working with an SEND school in Bristol in need of a Secondary Maths teacher from March 2021 possibly sooner to cover Maternity Leave
anzuk are working with our partner school in their search for a Secondary Maths Teacher with ASD and SEMH experience. This role Fixed Term & full time with the potential to be extended, to start March 2021.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a great team of supportive educators and to work with children from the age of 4 - 16years who have the primary need of Autism. The majority of the students will also have additional needs such as SEMH, PDA and Complex Needs.
This role is to cover Maternity leave from March 2021 and will be ongoing for minimum of 1 year. Initially, you will be required to work via anzuk so a full registration will be required, however there is potential for a contract directly with the school after a trial period. The role is full time, however part time may also be considered.
You will have the responsibility of teaching Maths and some Science to Secondary aged pupils, so a specialism in either of these subjects is desirable. You will also be required to plan and prepare resources.
- Have experience with SEND, ideally Autism or SEMH (ideally both)
- Be flexible, engaging and have an affinity to make a positive impact on students learning
- Hold QTS and have experience teaching Maths and Science, NQTs will be considered for this role
- Be able to provide references to cover employment for the most recent 2 years fully
- Have a DBS registered with the update service, if not be willing to apply for one through anzuk
To apply for this role please call Laura Evans on 0117 457 3443 or email email@example.com
. If this role is not suitable but you are looking for opportunities working with local SEND schools then please do get in touch!
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