Nurture Teacher

Qualified Teacher - Hillingdon, North West London

Ref: 705Monday 16 May 2022

Job Summary

Role: Nurture Teacher

Key stage: Primary EYFS/KS1

When: Immediately/ASAP - permanent contract available

Where: Hillingdon

School type: Mainstream Primary School

Pay: MPS/UPS Outer London

Is QTS required: Yes

Are you passionate about teaching students with additional needs?

Are you currently teaching in mainstream and seeking a transition into SEND?

This is a wonderful opportunity for primary school educators who are passionate about SEND and inclusive education to join a truly inclusive school as a specialist Nurture Teacher!

As mentioned, this is a truly inclusive primary school based in NW London and their dedicated and supportive Head is seeking to appoint a Nurture Teacher for their ever expanding need to support their SEN children in EYFS and year 1. This is a WONDERFUL opportunity for passionate SEN educators who are looking to feel part of a community and a truly inclusive school environment. This is a new role with an immediate/ASAP start to meet an ever growing demand, you will be appointed on a temp-perm basis, an opportunity to become an embedded member of their team!

Read on for more details...

Primary School - Hillingdon

We are looking for a Nurture Teacher for a new role at a mainstream primary school based in North West London. The school has a hugely diverse intake and is proud of its inclusive approach to learning, they also have a SEN provision for children who require additional support.

The school is very proud to be a flagship school for inclusion and has an incredibly diverse staff team. They take pride in their colourful displays and beautiful outdoor learning space. There is plenty of parking for drivers and is also easily accessed via public transport.

Nurture Teacher

This is a new role created to meet the demand for SEN places in Hillingdon. You will teach a class of 6 children who all have the support of a 1:1 TA. The majority of children will have never before attended school or nursery and cannot currently cope in school. They have undiagnosed needs such as ASD and complex SEMH, there is a high percentage of EAL and backgrounds of trauma. Some of the children will be assisted to transition to their mainstream classes and others will remain until a space at a more specialist SEN setting is found. This is an immediate requirement however the demand is such that the school is looking to make this a permanent role for the right Nurture Teacher. Year on year more children with special and additional needs join their school due to its inclusive ethos and SEND provision, therefore this is a new nurture provision that will grow and develop with the needs of the growing referrals. This is an immediate/ASAP start and will be a permanent provision in the school. All teachers must have QTS, a passion for SEN/inclusive education, and a positive and enthusiastic energy!

What would the ideal Nurture Teacher look like?

  • Primary teaching experience, ideally EYFS
  • Experience of teaching ASD children and children with complex SEMH, even if it is in a mainstream setting with high % SEND
  • Experience of EAL, refugee children and trauma will be highly beneficial
  • Positive role model to support communication, with a sensitive, nurturing, and consistent approach
  • Experienced and qualified teachers with QTS/QTLS.
  • A nurturing, patient, empathetic and holistic approach
  • Passion for teaching SEN children is essential!

NB: Although experience teaching in SEND specialist settings is beneficial I would also love to hear from teachers who are interested in taking their first steps into SEN.

What you can expect from this Nurture Teacher role

  • To teach in a setting with a likeminded team who are equally as dedicated to the learning and personal development of children with additional needs
  • Supportive and inclusive SLT, headteacher from SEND background
  • Working within a truly diverse staff team and student cohort
  • Access to extensive CPD – this SLT is focused on offering consistent CPD to their staff
  • Most importantly a genuine feeling of community amongst staff!

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about our SEND opportunities, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert!

If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome to contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

Parker Smith Inclusion is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We will help you with this.

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