Why should I go to school? You can't make me!
For young people with SEN & SEMH needs, the very idea of going to school fills them with anxiety, dread and fear. School for most children is a place to learn, have fun and socialise but for those with barriers to learning it can feel like a nightmare. The longer they're out of school, the worse it gets. As time progresses, their feelings of loneliness and despair only grow, and they fall further behind.
Fresh Start in Education are looking for outstanding individuals to help these young people see that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
What can you do?
You can help give them a chance by utilising your knowledge, skills and experience in a way you've always wanted to. Plan bespoke learning programmes designed around their needs and deliver them on a 1:1 basis.
Here are the basics:
- You'll work on a bank staff contract, giving you a healthy work/life balance
- Work within your local area in placements lasting 6 to 12 weeks
- Sessions will take place on a 1:1 basis during the week
- Competitive hourly rates plus additional payment for planning & reporting
What’s in it for you?
- Autonomy in your planning & teaching with support from a dedicated Education Coordinator
- A bank of resources available to you to use or modify
- Travel, food and resources are subsidised
- CPD training offered and encouraged
What do you need to work for Fresh Start?
- Experience of teaching primary or secondary aged students with SEN & SEMH needs
- Experience in planning and delivering the Primary National Curriculum or Functional Skills Maths & English as a minimum
- A non-judgemental, patient and emotionally resilient approach to challenging behaviour
- A minimum of 2 days availability per week and the ability to travel at least an hour
- Unwavering commitment to Safeguarding
You can always contact us to find out more so give Alex a call on 020 3409 3139.
Fresh Start in Education is a specialist provider of academic and emotional support for students throughout the UK who are at risk, marginalised and those with SEN and/or SEMH. Fresh Start is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for all staff and aims to provide a working environment in which staff can realise their full potential and participate in successful work practices irrespective of their protected characteristics and or socio-economic backgrounds. This company is committed to identifying and eliminating discriminatory practices, procedures and attitudes and expects staff to support this commitment and to assist in its realisation in every way possible.
COVID risk assessments will be carried out and effective measures put in place to minimise risk and to help keep you and your students safe.
We are committed to Safeguarding and due to the nature of this position an enhanced criminal records check is required upon offer of contract. As part of our commitment to Safer Recruitment you will also be required to make full disclosure of any spent, unspent and protected convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings. As this role involves working with vulnerable children and young people the upmost integrity is required from candidates applying for this position and all your information will be handled with discretion and professionalism. For more information please read our Safer Recruitment policy and Data Protection policy.