Step Teachers are looking for an experienced Physical Education Teacher to teach children with SEMH & learning difficulties. This role is based in Dagenham with a well-established independent school. This is a permanent role, available immediately.
This is a "Good" Ofsted-rated school where leaders have a clear understanding of the school’s strengths and weaknesses. They take effective actions to improve the school. As a result of the improvements which leaders have secured since the previous inspection, pupils benefit from a good education.
As the ideal English Teacher for this role, you will:
Possess strong knowledge of the Physical Education curriculum at the KS3 and KS4 levels
Be able to plan and deliver engaging, differentiated lessons
Upkeep a clean, tidy, and considerate classroom environment
Display a strong, mentoring personality toward students
Previous experience working with SEN students
Cultivate positive relationships with students, working to inspire good behaviour and a passion for learning
Cooperate with and support your colleagues and additional classroom staff
Be able to accurately assess and report on your students, and articulate solutions to their difficulties
Comply with and implement the school's policies, and take part in their supportive educational ethos
Requirements for this role:
QTS or equivalent
Recent mainstream school-based experience teaching Physical Education
A relevant English-related degree is desirable
Why Step Teachers?
With over 20 years in supplying educational professionals across North London, Hertfordshire, East Anglia and Plymouth, we have and continue to build long-standing, exclusive relationships with many schools and academy trusts across these regions. We have a resolute team that takes pride in helping and nurturing our teachers, and a dedicated local consultant will always be on hand to support you through your journey with us.
Step Teachers are an agency listed as an approved supplier on the Crown Commercial Service and are proud to be REC audited. This ensures we are carrying out comprehensive checks in line with the REC Code of Professional Practice and are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Upon registration, candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including an enhanced DBS check, full references including your most recent employer, and verification of eligibility to work in the UK.