Specific Learning Difficulties Lecturer Required for a College in Wandsworth | London - SW | SEN Teacher Jobs
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Specific Learning Difficulties Lecturer Required for a College in Wandsworth - London - SW - Role: SEN Teacher Jobs
To assess and teach learners who have a wide range of specific learning difficulties to meet the College's Strategic and Operational objectives.
Post Key Duties
1. Assesses and supports learners for 828 hours per year (pro rata) to provide a rich and stretching learning experience for learners and initiate improvements in learner recruitment, retention, achievement and progression. This may include whole group, small group and 1:1 teaching.
2. Uses a range of teaching and learning strategies appropriate to the needs of the learners, and regularly reviews and adapts own teaching materials in response to both internal and external factors such as learner feedback and new research.
3. Takes part in the review and evaluation of support in line with the College's quality systems.
4. Advises curriculum teams and support staff on how to support learners with specific learning difficulties in the classroom.
5. Continually updates and improves professional knowledge including in relation to relevant legislation and funding.
6. Refers learners to other College and external sources of support and guidance.
7. Maintains contact with parents/ guardians, employers, education providers and other agencies as appropriate.
8. Keeps accurate learning support data and high quality records to meet audit standards and deadlines.
The information given above is intended to provide an understanding and appreciation of the workload of the job and its role within South Thames College.
The job description outlines the main purposes in general terms only and is not intended to be prescriptive.
The key duties may be changed from time to time to meet the changing circumstances and are reviewed in the Performance Management Process.
If you are interested, then please contact Nicole Beckett at Axcis Education on 020 7580 2956.
Axcis is an equal opportunities employer. The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Nicole Beckett
TELEPHONE: 020 7580 2956