SEMH/ASC Teacher

32000.00 - 35000.00 GBP Annual + GBP32000 - GBP35000/annum
30 Aug 2017
27 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
SEMH/ASC Teacher, East Acton, London W3 (Central line)
GBP32,000 - GBP35,000, depending on experience

We seek a talented and inspiring Teacher for September, to join a vibrant staff team in our North West London Independent School, committed to maintaining and raising standards for disadvantaged children and young people. Ofsted judged us to be Outstanding in February. After extensive assessment, we were also recently awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark and invited to be an IQM Centre of Excellence.

We want you to join us on our journey of continuous improvement. The option exists for the successful candidate to take on additional responsibility for science across the TCES Group.

You will need:
• QTS or equivalent qualification
• Experience of working in an education environment with children with SEMH/ASC needs
• Demonstrable good judgement, emotional intelligence, commitment, reliability and integrity

We offer:
• The opportunity to bring the EHC plan into the classroom
• A full CPD program including opportunities to undertake professional qualifications, and specialist training from experts in Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), Therapy, Raising awareness of clinical interventions, the SEN Code of practice, Relationship Mentoring, key working, the role of the tutor

The TCES Group is a leading and highly successful provider (within the Independent Non-Maintained Sector) of education in London and the South East for children and young people whose education is impacted by their underlying SEMH needs, or those with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). All of our schools are rated by Ofsted as at least 'Good' with many 'Outstanding' standards.
We are an expanding private company, a Social Enterprise with an innovative approach to re-engaging pupils who have found themselves unable to thrive in mainstream and specialist settings. Our balanced five part curriculum is founded on a socio-educational model which has at its forefront multi-agency partnerships and personalised solutions to meet the diverse needs of our pupils. We offer a specialist curriculum designed to meet the educational, therapeutic and emotional needs of pupils with highly complex needs.

We are seeking to appoint an ASC Teacher in our North West London provision to support us on our journey to sustained excellence and best practice in this field