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PMLD Teacher New


TLTP Education

£32000.00 - £45000.00 per annum

Much Hadham

Permanent | Full Time

08/06/2021

No

Complex needs Teacher

Do you have a background in complex needs, PMLD, SLD or ASD? Have you had experience with challenging behavior? Are you a qualified Teacher?
This specialist school based in Hertfordshire are looking for a special needs Teacher with experience of working with PMLD, complex needs and young people with sever learning difficulties. This is a specialist SEN school that caters for young people include epilepsy, ASD, ADHD, Complex needs, obsessive compulsive disorder and attachment disorders.

This is a secondary teaching post 14 16 age range.

Purpose of Job:
To teach students with Learning disabilities/ Complex Needs/ASD/PMLD and to carry out such other associated duties as are reasonably assigned by the Headteacher

Teaching and Learning
To implement school policies and schemes of work according to the individual needs of students,
having high expectations and setting challenging targets
To implement the curriculum in accordance with the school's philosophy and policies
To organise personalised learning activities and experiences which are differentiated to meet the individual needs and levels of achievement of each pupil
To ensure teaching programmes are supported by clear aims and objectives with appropriate links to recognised specialist approaches used within school including; TEACCH, PECS, SCERTS, Attention Autism, Intensive Interaction and sensory regulation as appropriate.
To manage and promote the use of Literacy, Numeracy and ICT within your subjects
Promoting the inclusion of all students within the classroom
Marking work and providing feedback to students and parents in line with school policy and practice.
Contributing to the preparation and development of programmes of study, schemes of work, teaching
materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements
throughout the school, including school trips, assemblies, performances and special events
To be responsible for planning, tracking, evaluating, assessing and reporting the teaching and learning
of pupils, including; completing Onward and Upward and /or BSquared, devising and updating
Personalised Learning Plans on a termly basis and preparing annual reports in accordance with the schools practices and policies.
To lead on specific areas of teaching and learning within school as designated by Headteacher.
To have pastoral responsibility for a group of pupils and undertake administrative tasks in respect of those pupils

To maintain an inclusive and orderly learning environment through the effective management of
resources, lesson planning and positive behaviour support.

Form Tutor
To mark the register twice per day, at the commencement of the morning session and during afternoon
form time
To monitor the pastoral, social and academic progress of the students in your form 

To organise the collection of written reports from all who teach the students when required by the
Head Teacher or her representative and to include a form tutors' perspective for each student
To foster and maintain positive links with the parents and carers of the students in your form
To bring to the attention of the Child Protection Coordinator or the Head Teacher any worries
concerning Child Protection Issues
To promote equal opportunity of access to the Oak Lodge Curriculum for each individual student and to
liaise with other colleagues to achieve this end
To create and maintain a secure classroom environment reflecting and acknowledging the students'
gender, disability and ethnicity
To represent the students' interests and to respond to their concerns
To facilitate the effectiveness of the Learners Council and encourage your students' participation in its
operation
To attend meetings to discuss the pastoral, social and academic progress of students in your class

Other Activities
To safeguard every student's health, safety and wellbeing in line with school policies, particularly those
relating to child protection, equal opportunities, racial equality, health, safety and security,
confidentiality, behaviour and data protection, reporting concerns to the designated person
To promote the celebration of diversity
Communicate and co-operate with other agencies to support the educational, development, progress
and wellbeing of individual students, participating in meetings arranged for any purposes described
above, keeping records and making reports on the personal and social needs of students
To communicate and consult with parents of students
To participate in staff meetings including Key Stage meetings, Subject or Team meetings 


TLTP Group is an Equal Opportunities employer. Subject to observance of all UK and EU current legislation we shall not discriminate to exclude individuals on the grounds of age, race, colour, gender (birth or reassigned), sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief, marital status, ethnic or national origin, health, pregnancy, childcare responsibilities or criminal records. Candidates from such groups are actively encouraged to apply.