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PSHE Teacher

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Organisation:R.E.A.L Education 

Working Hours: Part Time , Hours per week - 30 

Salary:£21,000 - £28,000 - Pro-Rata 

Appointment Type:Permanent 

Location:R.E.A.L Education Ltd, Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire, - 


Closing date:15 January 2021 at midnight 

At R.E.A.L. Education we aspire to be the leading provider of high quality learning opportunities and innovative approaches to enable all children to receive a valuable life changing experience. Our values of trust, innovation and achievement are core to re-thinking engagement and approaches to learning. Could you have the qualities to join us on our journey to outstanding?
If you want to make a real difference to the lives of young people who find it difficult to access mainstream education, and have the ability to demonstrate experience at leadership level or are an aspiring middle manager we want to hear from you.  
We are looking for a PSHE Teacher to support the 1:1 and small group provisions in the Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire areas. Details of the role are below:
Job Title: PSHE Teacher
Salary: £21,000 - £28,000 per annum dependent on experience
Hours: Maximum of 30 hours per week, term time only
Location: Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire
Function of role:
To support and maintain a high level of learner engagement through preparation and delivery of an innovative, creative and flexible curriculum in the areas of Personal, Social, Health and Economic education.
To use collaborative, multi-sensory and holistic approaches to deliver an educational provision which includes attention to health and safety awareness, risk management and the safeguarding of young people.
Work with young people in small group settings or on a 1:1 basis at a variety of learning hubs within an agreed locality.
Act in accordance with the organisation’s policies and procedures under the guidance of your line manager and adhere to the organisation’s Equal Opportunities and Diversity policy.
Advocate on behalf of the young people and their families in your care. Encourage their involvement in the decision making and the management of their programme. Be responsible for the assessment, planning, tracking, delivery and review of a learner’s curriculum including lesson plans and schemes of work. Offer a variety of approaches and opportunities in delivery to focus on engagement and seek advice from designated subject leads where appropriate.
Be aware of all safeguarding procedures on a day to day basis, adhering to these where appropriate and be aware of all policies and practice in relation to the safety of young people and vulnerable adults. Use the safeguarding procedures and reporting concerns form appropriately.
Be responsible for all aspects of learner health and safety, informing the designated Learning Manager of any accidents or identified risks, and using the significant incident reporting form appropriately. Support the Learning Manager to ensure venues used are appropriate and risk assessed, and that Health and Safety guidance supplied by the company is adhered to.
To support all designated Learning Managers with the collection and collation of pupil information including learner profiles, pen pictures, risk management procedures and special educational needs and suitably differentiate your delivery to meet the identified needs.
To support all designated Learning Managers with the completion of all assessments, pupil tracking documents, progress reports and feedback reports to commissioning bodies e.g. Education, Health and Care plans, KS3 & KS4 transition planning, and post 16 opportunities.
To play an active role in the development of your subject specific curriculum by supporting the subject leads and contributing to improvement action plans. To also be responsible for your own CPD needs and be committed to the advancement of SEN teaching.
Carry out additional duties as reasonably requested by your designated line manager and be responsible for your own continuous professional development.

This role does include driving within Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, therefore please ensure you have a full Driving Licence and access to a vehicle with business insurance.
This will be a challenging yet rewarding role, if you have the motivation and drive to make a difference to the lives of young people and be able to teach them the skills required to live independent and fulfilling lives then please read the job description and person specification and send your completed application form and CV to applications@real-education.org


Due to this post having access to children/vulnerable adults, candidates will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.
For informal enquiries please contact school office on Email: Applications@real-education.org 
Submit CV and application form to applications@real-education.org