Humanities Teacher

Qualified Teacher - Thurrock, Essex

Ref: 5200Tuesday 21 May 2024

£160 - £250 per day - MPS Fringe

Role: Humanities Teacher

Location: Thurrock

Start date: Immediate or September 2024

Pay: £160 - £250 paye per day (fringe pay scale)


PRU Teacher

  • Deliver the curriculum to all students, adjusting the material should it be necessary to suit specific needs.
  • Responsibility for creating and preparing lessons.
  • You will be accountable for the attainment and progress of pupil progress.
  • Establish a safe, purposeful and stimulating environment, keeping the school’s core value of mutual respect at the forefront.


Essential criteria for this role

  • Previous experience of working with emotional regulation and with positive behaviour/de-escalation strategies.
  • Qualification to the equivalent of degree level in a specialist subject or a related subject
  • You enjoy using a therapeutic approach to teaching.
  • Experience with SEMH, Trauma, Sensory processing, social communication teaching background.
  • QTS is not essential – but must have good teaching experience
  • Able to teach one or all of the Humanities subjects such as History, Geography, Religious Studies etc. 


What you can expect back from this PRU Teacher role?

  • The potential of going to a permanent role
  • A competitive salary of £30,000-£42500 per annum, dependent on experience in line with Fringe MPS 
  • Work in a therapeutic setting with a like-minded team, equally dedicated to the educational and personal development of the students.
  • Excellent experience for career development – Continuous opportunities for job advancement and training.


Interested in hearing more about this role or other teaching opportunities we have? 

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