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Do you just want to teach?
Are you exhausted with all the red tape?
Do you want to work 1:1 and make a real difference?
Opportunities are available now within loop, part of the SEAX Trust
You will be working one-to-one, to your own timetable. Based outside the classroom in a quiet community setting, you will have the opportunity to develop an excellent rapport with your pupils.
Loop is recruiting qualified Teachers, HLTAs and Tutors with SEN experience to work on a supply basis across Essex and beyond. We support children from across the key stages who have various special needs including SEMH, ASD, MLD and SLD.
We are looking for candidates with an understanding of SEN, who are dynamic and proactive, with strong behaviour management, having had previous experience of working with pupils with challenging behaviour. There is a requirement to plan lessons and activities and ensure pupil progress.
Teachers & Support Staff pay scales, in accordance with qualifications and experience.
This is a term-time only position, without guaranteed hours, on a Supply/Zero-hours Contract. You will be paid for your timetabled hours (unless cancellation notice is received). There may also be additional opportunities to provide cover across the SEAX Multi-Academy Trust schools.
For more information, please contact:
Helen English, Head of Provision: 01245 963002 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAX Trust/loop are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable young persons and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to safer recruitment procedures including satisfactory references, medical and enhanced DBS clearance and previous employment verification.
Must have experience of UK curriculum, ability to travel and a minimum of three days' availability per week. A First Aid qualification is also desirable. Please complete the loop / SEAX application form.
Information about the School
Established in 2015, the SEAX Trust is a small but growing partnership of Special School Academies and pupil support services within the community of Essex, whose Vision is to:
• Provide outstanding educational experiences for children and young people with special educational needs
• Put the well-being and achievement of pupils at the heart of all decision making
We consider the main asset towards achieving our vision is our body of highly-valued staff and, in recognition, we implement a wide range of strategic and person-centred reward practices in all of our Academies, support services and within the Trust's central team itself.