1:1 Teacher – SEMH Specialist
Principal Resourcing are looking for a Teacher who is experienced working with SEMH students. (Social, Emotional and Mental Health).
This role would include short sessions teaching a mixture of subjects to 1:1 with LAC (Looked After Children) or children that are currently going through times of crisis. Our client provide full crisis management plans for each child along with initial support with engagement.
The role will commence in September on a temporary/ad-hoc basis and will last as long your assigned child is in specialist education or care. This type of role tends to be during the afternoon, Monday to Friday.
This position would suit someone looking for flexible work.
What we are looking for:
- Excellent rapport building skills with disengaged students
- A calm, nurturing approach to dealing with challenging behaviour
- The ability to plan and deliver creative lessons and activities
- A PGCE qualification or equivalent
What we offer:
- We guarantee to beat your current agency pay rate
- Highly supportive, committed and hardworking Consultants striving to find assignments suited to you
- The opportunity to be part of a forward thinking locally owned agency that cares
- Quality free CPD delivered by educational experts supported by on going on the job training and observation’s
- Recommend a friend Bonus for other supply teachers or support staff up to £100 per recommendation
Principal Resourcing are an equal opportunities employer.
Principal Resourcing is an Education Recruitment Business having sought agreement from their clients to find candidates for these roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations Act 2003.
Principal Resourcing is committed to safe guarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including an enhanced DBS check and references.
Please apply now with your CV and our team will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please note that if you have not heard from us within two weeks your application may have been unsuccessful.